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Fig. 8.7.14 REM (Marche Environmental Network). Detailed drawing of the REM for the
environmental system of forests. The forest system is certainly the most interesting due to the
number of species present and for its diffusion throughout the region. Forests, or their remaining
fragments, spread throughout the hill areas and through areas significantly modified by anthropic
processes, often reaching to the sea, and significantly contribute to the biodiversity of agrarian
landscapes. This system, which is configured as a supporting element of the REM, intercepts and
contaminates many urban and peri-urban spaces, both in hill settlements and settlements along
valleys and the coast. The different grades of importance of forest nodes are shown from orange
to violet . The different colored edges delineate various systems of forest connection
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