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Call for data on "no net loss of biodiversity"

Publication date: 15 November 2012
Modificationdate: 20 October 2016
The CCE is pleased to publicate an announcement and a detailed substantiation and technical description of the call for data on “no net loss of biodiversity” which has been adopted at the 31st meeting of the Working Group on Effects (Geneva, 20-21 September 2012)

The CCE sent an announcement and a detailed substantiation and technical description of the call for data on “no net loss of biodiversity” which has been adopted at the 31st meeting of the Working Group on Effects (Geneva, 20-21 September 2012) to its National Focal Centres (NFCs).

In view of the complexity of the work it was agreed to set the deadline for 3 March 2014.

An interim evaluation of national progress and methodological issues can be included in NFC presentations at the 23rd CCE workshop and 29th TF M&M meeting (Copenhagen, 8-11 April 2013) and, as in past years, during the CCE training session held as part of the workshop.

The Chairwoman of the Task Force on ICP Modelling and Mapping, Dr. A.-C. Le-Gall, and the CCE expect results of this call to be an important milestone in our work to 2020.

Below you will find the links to the related documents. Also available up on request by the NFCs are the country depositions per EMEP grid cell for the period 1880 – 2008, for the Gothenburg Protocol and for the natural background depositions. For requesting this data, please contact jaap.slootweg@rivm.nl

letter Call for Data announcement

Modelling and Mapping regional "no net loss of biodiversity" CCE Call for data 2012-2014

call2014.zip

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