6 edition of Mediterranean Desertification found in the catalog.
October 18, 2002
Written in English
|Contributions||N. A. Geeson (Editor), C. J. Brandt (Editor), J. B. Thornes (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||456|
Tunisia, Spain, France and Lebanon) attended the workshop on “Desertification and Restoration in Mediterranean Drylands” held in Ankara, Turkey on 16 October Taking into account the results of the evaluation of Silva Mediterranea, the workshop was a brainstorming to prepare a Road Map for the working group on “Desertification and. Appendix 3: Desertification enquiry made of the general public 51 Appendix 4: Problems or signs of desertification identified by local stakeholders 53 Appendix 5: List of desertification related issues affecting Mediterranean Europe 57 Appendix 6: The indicator Data Base classification framework 69Cited by:
This book presents the work carried out in the first phase of MEDALUS, the Mediterranean Desertification and Land Use programme. Individual chapters address the historical context, changes in traditional Mediterranean land-use systems, climate and climate change, the MEDALUS core field programme, field sites, the effects of rock fragments on desertification in Mediterranean environments. Safriel, U. N. (). Status of desertification in the mediterranean region. In J. L. Rubio, U. Safriel, R. Daussa, W. Blum & F. Pedrazzini (Eds.), Water scarcity, land degradation and desertification in the mediterranean region (pp 33–73). Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Water Scarcity, Land Degradation and Desertification in the Mediterranean Region DEC Cited by: 4.
Desertification (representing soil degradation) is one of the three nature-induced (climate change, hydrological cycle) and of three primarily human-induced challenges (population growth, urbanisation and food) of global environmental change. These six components closely interact and contribute to fatal outcomes: primarily to extreme weather events and hydro-meteorological disasters (drought. Book Editor(s): Stefano Mazzoleni. Universitá degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy The Role of Climate in Mediterranean Desertification. The Role of Human Actions in Mediterranean Desertification. Modelling the Impact of Climate and LUCC on Mediterranean Ecosystems. Degrading Desertification. Acknowledgements. Citing by:
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Desertification of land degradation in Mediterranean Europe has become a major environmental issue in scientific, political, and even popular circles. This book brings together and integrates research from a wide range of disciplines, all focusing on aspects of the processes, causes, and effects of Mediterranean land degradation.3/5(1).
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Desertification is land degradation due to climatic and anthropogenic causes where land includes soil, water and the biological productive capacity.
This has become a major environmental, economic and political issue in Mediterranean countries. In order to address the problem in the European countries of the Mediterranean, the European Commission established a number of major research projects.
Desertification includes land degradation due to both climatic and anthropogenic causes, where land includes water, soil, and the biosphere. This book presents the most recent findings from the European Community's MEDALUS project, which was formed to understand and manage semi-arid environments that are undergoing great change.
* Covers climate and land use processes and responses in the. Bioengineering Principles and Desertification Mitigation (J.N. Quinton, et al.). Section IV; Physical Processes and Responses.
Differing Responses of Greek Mediterranean Plant Communities to Climate and the Combination of Grazing and Fire (A. Dalaka et al). Vegetation Cover Assessment in Mediterranean Semi arid Landscapes (F.
Garcia Haro, et al.). Mediterranean desertification and land use. Chichester ; New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: C Jane Brandt; John B Thornes.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 26 cm: Contents: PART 1 THEMATIC ISSUES --Section I. Introduction --The evolving context of Mediterranean desertification / J.B. Thornes --Section e, processes and responses --Extreme climatic events over the Mediterranean / M. Conte, R.
Sorani and E. Piervitali --Potential. Desertification in the Mediterranean Maurizio Sciortino. Abstract. The desertification is a dynamic and complex system of land degradation. To understand its behavior it is necessary to identify the physical and anthropogenic process have acted on the land and their interrelations.
Assessment of the status of Mediterranean desertification requires a robust and agreed upon definition of desertification, which is still lacking, partly due to the widespread use of “desertification” either interchangeably or in conjunction with “land degradation”.Cited by: Desertification includes land degradation due to both climatic and anthropogenic causes, where land includes water, soil, and the biosphere.
This book presents the most recent findings from the European Community's MEDALUS project, which was formed to understand and manage semi-arid environments that are undergoing great change. The European Topic Centre on Terrestrial Environment (ETC-TE) has been asked by the European Environment Agency (EEA) to support the development of a sensitivity mapping on desertification and drought in the Mediterranean countries at scale 1: A new book asserts that desertification is a meaningless concept and the policies to reverse it are doing more harm than good a study has indicated that Author: John Magrath.
The conference "Combating Desertification with Plants" was held in Beer Sheva, Israel, from November, and was attended by 70 participants from 30 countries and/or international organisations.
Desertification - the degradation of soils in drylands - is a phenomenon occurring in scores of countries around the globe.
The number of people (in semiarid regions) affected by the steady. Desertification in the Mediterranean Region. A Security Issue Proceedings of the NATO Mediterranean Dialogue Workshop, held in Valencia, Spain, December Buy Desertification in the Mediterranean Region () (): A Security Issue: NHBS - Edited By: WG Kepner, JL Rubio, DA Mouat and F Pedrazzini, Springer NaturePrice Range: £ - £ desertification in Sicily Region Buy Mediterranean Desertification and Land Use by C.
Brandt, J. Thornes ISBN: from Amazon's Book Store. Another development was the effort to write a significant amount of material in an easily accessible manner that synthesised and explained complex information about the causes, processes and consequences of desertification.
The dissemination of the project's main findings on an interactive website, rather than in a book, was, at the time, also by: Mediterranean Desertification. Posted by Prof. Willem VAN COTTHEM. Ghent University – Belgium. Having participated in all the meetings of the INCD () and all the meetings of the UNCCD-COP, the CST and the CRIC inI had an opportunity to collect a lot of interesting books and publications on drought and desertification published in that period.
This book focuses on two basic concepts: security and desertification in the Mediterranean Region and their linkages. It emerged from a single meeting of the "Workshop on Desertification in.
Desertification has substantial economic consequences. The World Bank estimates that at the global level, the annual income lost in the areas affected by desertification amounts to 42 billion dollars each year, while the annual cost of mitigating desertification would cost only billion dollars .
Economic pressures can lead to the overexploitation of land and usually hit the poor the. Its focus is the emerging issue of environment and security aspects in terms of water scarcity, land degradation and desertification in the Mediterranean Region.
This region has been identified as one of the most vulnerable areas with respect to environmental security threats.An example of desertification in the Mediterranean Europe could be the land degrada-tion in the Greek island of Lesvos. The island is located at the eastern border of Europe, across Asia Minor.
Its total area is about hectares and it has been un-der effective human influence for about Size: KB.Human population and natural renewable resources are main components of human–environment systems which can be affected by climatic or socio-economic disturbances (Brandt and Thornes, ).Large areas of the European Mediterranean are believed to be affected by land degradation processes that lead to desertification mainly emerging from conflicts between past and present land Cited by: