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kepner w.g. (curatore); rubio jose l. (curatore); mouat david a. (curatore); pedrazzini fausto (curatore) - desertification in the mediterranean region. a security issue

Desertification in the Mediterranean Region. A Security Issue Proceedings of the NATO Mediterranean Dialogue Workshop, held in Valencia, Spain, 2-5 December 2003

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 12/2005
Edizione: 2006


Part I. Introduction: Desertification in the Mediterranean Region: Linking Environmental Condition to Security. - Introduction: Desertification and Security.- Perspectives for the Mediterranean Region; W.G. Kepner.- Desertification: A New Security Challenge for the Mediterranean?; H.G. Brauch.- The Poseidon Prairie. Desertification, Environmental. Stress Indicators and the Euro-Mediterranean Space; P.H. Liotta.- Desertification and Environmental Security. The Case of Conflicts between Farmers and Herders in the Arid Environments of the Sahel; S. Tirado.- The Relevance and Consequences of Mediterranean Desertification including Security Aspects; J.L. Rubio, L. Recatala.- Part II. Mediterranean Regional Perspective on Assessment and Condition.- Problematique de la desertification en Algerie: etat et mesures de lutte pour la protection des ressources naturelles ; A. Ghazi.- Security impacts of Desertification in Egypt ; A.A. Yousef, A. E. Hegazi.-The Challenges of land and water resources degradation in Jordan: diagnosis and solutions; T.M. Abu-Sharar.- Dryland development, desertification & security in the Mediterranean; U.N. Safriel.- State of natural resources degradation in Morocco and plan of actions for desertification and drought control; A. Ouassou et al. .- Desertification, territory and people, a holistic approach in the Portuguese context; L.S. Pereira et al..- Migration: an irreversible impact of land degradation in Turkey; S. Kapur et al.- Part III. Assessing Land Use Change Relative to Anthropogenic and Natural Cause.- Does Anthropogenic Activities or Nature Dominate the Shaping of the Landscape in the Oregon Pilot Study Area for 1990-1999?; M.S. Nash et al.- Urban Growth Dynamics (1956-1998) in Mediterranean Coastal Regions: The Case of Alicante, Spain; J.A.P. Aguilar et al.- Land Use Change Detection as a Basis for Analyzing Desertification Processes; A Case Study in Tabernas (Almeria, Spain); T. Alemayehu et al.- Climate Change Land Degradation and Desertification in the Mediterranean Environment; D. De Wrachien et al.- Part IV. Regional Cooperation and Information Sharing.- The Environment and Security Initiative: Transforming Risks into Opportunities for Cooperation; A. Carlsson.- Fostering networking and exchange of information in the Mediterranean region: The MEDCOASTLAND Thematic Network; P. Zdruli et al.- Desertification in the arid and semiarid Mediterranean regions. A food Security Issue; F. Lopez-Bermudez, J. Garcia-Gomez.- Part V. Soil and Vegetation Monitoring.- Monitoring tools to assess vegetation successional regression and predict catastrophic shifts and desertification in Mediterranean rangeland ecosystems; C.L. Alados et al.- Using a GIS for sustainable use and management of an irrigation area in the Spanish - Portuguese border threatened by Desertification; J.M. Nunes et al.- Restoration of Burned Areas in Forest Management Plans; J.A. Alloza, R. Vallejo.- Impact of Forest Fires on Hydrologic Properties of a Typical Mediterranean Forest Soil; O. Gonzalez et al.- The Management of Forest Soils Considering Water Erosion as a Control Factor; M.A. Coutinho, C.R. Antunes.- Part. VI Desertification Indicators and Forecasting Techniques.-Environmentally Sensitive Areas and Indicators of Desertification; C. Kosmas et al.- Desertification in Northern Morocco due to effects of Climate Change on groundwater recharge; S.J.E. van Dijk.- Hydrologic Approach for Assessing Desertification Processes in the Mediterranean Region; I. Pla Sentis.- The Use of Alternative Futures in a Strategy to Assess the Likelihood of Increased Land Degradation Leading to Increased Subsequent Political Instability; D.A. Mouat et al.-

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Nato Security through Science Series C:
Dimensioni: 244 x 170 mm Ø 2190 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 593
Pagine Romane: xv

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