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    Real change in transport prices by mode

    Red List Index for European species

    Renewable electricity — outlook from EEA

    Renewable electricity is the ratio between the electricity produced from renewable energy sources and the gross national electricity consumption calculated for a calendar year. It is usually expressed as a percentage of the former to the latter. It measures the contribution of electricity produced from renewable energy sources (wind, solar, geothermal, wave, tidal, hydropower, biomass, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas and biogases) to the national electricity consumption.

    Renewable electricity

    This indicator traces the share of renewable electricity, expressed as the ratio (%) between the electricity produced from renewable energy sources and gross national electricity consumption. It measures the contribution of electricity produced from renewable energy sources to the national gross electricity consumption.

    Renewable energy consumption — outlook from EEA

    Renewable energy consumption is the ratio between the gross inland consumption of energy from renewable sources and the total (primary) gross inland energy consumption calculated for a calendar year.. It is calculated as the sum of the gross inland consumption of energy from renewable sources.

    Source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/indicators/renewable-energy-consu..., retrieved on 14-04-2015

    Renewable energy consumption — outlook from IEA

    Renewable gross final energy consumption

    Renewable primary energy consumption

    Residues from combustion of coal for energy production

    River floods

    River flow

    River flow drought

    Sea level rise

    Sea surface temperature

    The indicator illustrates
    i) the annual average sea surface temperature anomaly in the global ocean and in different European seas
    ii) the mean annual sea surface temperature trend in European seas
    Source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/indicators/sea-surface-temperatur... - 13/04/2015

    Sites designated under the EU Habitats and Birds Directives

    Size of the vehicle fleet

    Snow cover

    Soil erosion by water

    EU-wide estimates of erosion are based on modelling studies. Most models contain a rainfall erosivity factor and a soil erodibility factor that reflect average precipitation conditions. Typical values for these factors may inadequately represent the impact of extreme rainfall. Therefore, the uncertainty of modelled erosion risk is high, especially at local level.
    (Source, EEA, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/indicators/soil-erosion-by-water-1, 12-2-2015)

    Soil organic carbon

    Soil organic carbon is the carbon (C) stored in soil organic matter (SOM). Organic carbon (OC) enters the soil through the decomposition of plant and animal residues, root exudates, living and dead microorganisms, and soil biota. SOM is the organic fraction of soil exclusive of nondecomposed plant and animal residues. Nevertheless, most analytical methods do not distinguish between decomposed and non-decomposed residues. SOM is a heterogeneous, dynamic substance that varies in particle size, C content, decomposition rate, and turnover time.

    Species diversity

    Species diversity is a measure of the diversity within an ecological community that incorporates both species richness (the number of species in a community) and the evenness of species' abundances. Species diversity is one component of the concept of biodiversity.

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