Awareness of biodiversity
Status of biodiversity
Threats to biodiversity
Measures that safeguard biodiversity
Measures that mainstream biodiversity
Benefits derived from biodiversity and ecosystem services
Impacts on biodiversity outside of Ireland
Knowledge of Irish biodiversity
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Habitat fragmentation is the process whereby one continuous area of habitat is separated into two or more areas of habitat. Also, the size of the remaining habitat patches are typically smaller than the original area resulting in net loss of habitat. This indicator measures the level of fragmentation across protected habitats.