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In this section users (policy makers, land managers, NGOs, etc.) will find information, tools and recommendations derived from results of the SCALES project, as well as useful contacts.

SCALES has three main application areas: Monitoring, Regional connectivity, and Network of protected areas. Within these areas the project studies mainly the impact of climate change, fragmentation, and disturbance and explores the potential of various policy instruments to address these issues.

  

Short description Deliverable Title   Author   Size  

Fragmented forests and grasslands: plant sensitivity to habitat loss

Habitat mapping method could help restore biodiversity

Addressing the mismatches of scale in biodiversity conservation

Conservation efforts may be paying off for wild plants and insect pollinators

Do Natura 2000 sites protect the most vulnerable species?

Issues Brief for the SCALES stakeholder workshop 21 September 2010, Brussels

EEA draft report on networks of protected areas

Species richness declines and biotic homogenisation have slowed down for NW-European pollinators and plants

Impact of policy and socioeconomic drivers on anthropogenic processes and pressures affecting biodiversity

Methods for cross-scale species distribution modelling

Scaling properties and non-linearities of anthropogenic processes affecting biodiversity

Beta diversity of European fauna and flora: the role of dispersal limitations, climate and land-cover at multiple scales

A primer for biodiversity monitoring across SCALES

Systematic reserve site selection in dynamic landscapes







 
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