Technical report No 92 - An inventory of biodiversity indicators in Europe, 2002

May 17, 2004

Copenhagen, 14 May 2004

This review of biodiversity-related indicators was undertaken to support the development of a core set of environmental indicators by the European Environment Agency. Among its main conclusions is that a great variety of indicators has been developed to assess aspects of biodiversity at the national, international or global scale, but only a limited number of them are actually in use on a regular basis. The main content of the report is a summary of 655 such indicators.

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European Environment Agency
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