The loss of species diversity on a global scale is very well documented. However, as we show in our latest article, which has just been published in Nature Communications, local biodiversity trends in Europe often differ significantly from global patterns. The only common feature is the relatively high rate of species exchange and the increase in species richness and population densities along with rising temperatures in Northern and Eastern Europe. The results of our analyses can be of great importance for the development of effective biodiversity strategies in Europe.
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