By N. A. Geeson, C. J. Brandt, J. B. Thornes
Desertification comprises land degradation as a result of either climatic and anthropogenic reasons, the place land comprises water, soil, and the biosphere. This booklet offers the latest findings from the ecu Community's MEDALUS undertaking, which used to be shaped to appreciate and deal with semi-arid environments which are present process nice swap. * Covers weather and land use approaches and responses within the Mediterranean * First booklet to supply instructions for the administration of land degradation in Mediterranean environments * in line with first-hand adventure of the issues via these chargeable for fixing them
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