Last edited by Yokora
Friday, July 24, 2020 | History

4 edition of Forest bioresource utilization in the Eastern Mediterranean since antiquity found in the catalog.

Forest bioresource utilization in the Eastern Mediterranean since antiquity

a case study of the Makheras, Cyprus

by Julia Ellis Burnet

  • 47 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Archaeopress in Oxford, England .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece,
  • Makhaira,
  • Makhaira.
    • Subjects:
    • Forests and forestry -- Greece -- Makhaira -- History.,
    • Plant remains (Archaeology) -- Greece -- Makhaira.,
    • Environmental archaeology -- Greece -- Makhaira.,
    • Natural resources -- Greece -- Makhaira -- History.,
    • Plant ecology -- Greece -- Makhaira -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 130-153).

      StatementJulia Ellis Burnet.
      SeriesBAR International series ;, 1243
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD198.M35 B87 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 236 p. :
      Number of Pages236
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3369582M
      ISBN 101841716030
      LC Control Number2004444850
      OCLC/WorldCa56071374

      THANKS FOR YOUR ATENTION¡¡¡¡¡¡¡ DEFINITION The mediterranean forest is a forest and scrub biome that develops in regions with a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters, dry summers and springs and autumnswith abundant rainfall, in addition to frequent forest fires to which. Forest biodiversity in the Mediterranean region Estimating the area of Mediterranean forests Biodiversity in Mediterranean forests Biotic and abiotic disturbances in Mediterranean forests Forest fire Insect pests, diseases and other disturbances Good and services provided by Mediterranean forest ecosystems Wood products in Mediterranean.

      Mediterranean Archaeology The Australian and New Zealand Journal for the Archaeology of theMediterranean World. Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry. Mediterranean Historical Review. Minerva: The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology. Mouseion. Near Eastern Archaeology. Nikephoros. Oxford Journal of Archaeology. 58 J. Bakker et al.: Late Holocene Eastern Mediterranean climate, vegetation, and human impact 1 Introduction Anatolia is characterized by a complex history of climate and human-related vegetation change, presenting a chal-lenge to palaeoecological researchers who work in this re-gion (Bottema and Woldring, ; Kaniewski, a; RiehlCited by:

      Grant to the best scientific work on Mediterranean Model Forests ‐ Model Forests are national initiatives established in areas where forest landscapes are an important feature. These initiatives are based on an approach that combines the social, cultural and economic needs of local communities with the long‐term sustainability of. Mediterranean Forests, Woodlands, and Scrub ecoregions are characterized by hot and dry summers, while winters tend to be cool and moist. Most precipitation arrives during these months. Only 5 regions in the world experience these conditions: the Mediterranean, south-central and southwestern Australia, the fynbos of southern Africa, the Chilean.


Share this book
You might also like
The green years

The green years

Headsparks

Headsparks

Lough Beltra, 1986

Lough Beltra, 1986

Hearing on the Bill (H.R. 1191) To Regulate the Distribution and Promotion of Commissioned Officers of the Marine Corps, and for Other Purposes

Hearing on the Bill (H.R. 1191) To Regulate the Distribution and Promotion of Commissioned Officers of the Marine Corps, and for Other Purposes

Review of the Nearctic species of Neomymar (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae)

Review of the Nearctic species of Neomymar (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae)

scattering of x-rays from gases.

scattering of x-rays from gases.

Government achievements (1992-1998)

Government achievements (1992-1998)

Collected abstracts

Collected abstracts

Job-related computer-based basic skills for adults.

Job-related computer-based basic skills for adults.

Forest bioresource utilization in the Eastern Mediterranean since antiquity by Julia Ellis Burnet Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Forest Bioresource Utilisation in the Eastern Mediterranean since Antiquity: A case study of the Makheras, Cyprus (BAR International Series) (): Burnet, Julia Cited by: 2.

Get this from a library. Forest bioresource utilisation in the Eastern Mediterranean since antiquity: a case study of the Makheras, Cyprus. [Julia Ellis Burnet]. Aim of this review. The main objectives of this review were the following: (i) to present a survey of distributional data of the critically endangered saproxylic beetle Cucujus haematodes Erichson, (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) in Europe; and, (ii) to analyse and compare threats to its presence and extinction according to forest history, management and current conditions in European by: A Mediterranean climate / ˌ m ɛ d ɪ t ə ˈ r eɪ n i ə n / or dry summer climate is characterized by dry summers and mild, wet winters.

The climate receives its name from the Mediterranean Basin, where this climate type is most rranean climate zones are typically located along the western sides of continents, between roughly 30 and 45 degrees north and south of the equator. PDF | OnSalih Gucel and others published Charalambidou, I.

and Gücel, S. Bibliographic Index on Flora, Fauna, Biodiversity, and Nature Conservation in. "The countries of the Eastern Mediterranean make up part of a larger region called Southwest region is sometimes referred to as the *Middle East*. Europeans first called the region the Middle EastMiddle Easts of the *Eastern* Mediterranean make up part of a larger region called *Southwest Asia*.This region is sometimes referred to as the *Middle East*.

The term “Mediterranean forest” means not only those forests scattered around the Mediterranean but also those in California, parts of Chile, South Africa and Australia.

The forest around the Mediterranean circumference, specific to the Mediterranean, was defined by botanists, foresters and geographers in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. forest vegetation is generally composed of open woodlands with scattered trees and xerophytic shrubs.

Figure 2. Forest cover around the Mediterranean. Source: State of the environment and development in the Mediterranean –Plan Bleu based on FRA Size: 1MB. Mediterranean forest The climatic climax of most of the Mediterranean basin, now virtually destroyed and over vast areas replaced by garrigue and trees were evergreen, both conifers and broad-leaved were probably mixed, but there.

Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub is a biome defined by the World Wide Fund for Nature. The biome is generally characterized by dry summers and rainy winters, although in some areas rainfall may be uniform.

Summers are typically hot in low-lying inland locations but can be cool near colder seas. Winters are typically mild to cool in. Proceedings of an International Conference held in Trondheim, Norway, 10thth Octoberarranged by the Institute of Archaeology and Religious Studies, and the SAK department of the Museum of Natural History and Archaeology of the Norwegian Universi.

Mediterranean Europe - southern Portugal and Spain, France, Italy, the Balkans, Greece and the Mediterranean islands - is often interpreted as a Lost Eden, once verdant and fertile, then progressively degraded and desertified by human mismanagement and the ignorance and folly of successive civilizations.3/5.

This book describes and analyses the environmental history of the mountain areas of the Mediterranean world, focusing on Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, and Morocco. The author examines the land and its people and concludes that great changes in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries created the often barren and depopulated countrysides of today.

This book is a classic. The author is a professional forester who has done extensive fieldwork in Cyprus. He is also a fine historian with a knowledge of ancient and modern literature on the Mediterranean basin. This is a scholarly book of less than pages that is well written and easily enjoyed by the layman.5/5(2).

niger and S. ovalis were recorded from the Eastern Mediterranean (Erguden et al., ;Erguden et al., ) and the Western Mediterranean (Balearic Island) (Massuti et al., ). The eastern Mediterranean region is affected by a number of Earth’s major climate systems, creating a regional climate which is sensitive to changes in atmospheric circulation (Luterbacher and Xoplaki,Rohling et al., ).

Current climate is characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters, mainly controlled by the region’s Cited by: List of participants, Expert Consultation on Mediterranean Forest: "Raising awarness and promoting the utilization of the outputs of the Mediterranean Conifer provenance trials" Country Name Institute Email Greece Evi Alizoti Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Laboratory of Forest Genetics and Tree Improvement, Thessaloniki [email protected] This book is the outcome of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "The Eastern Mediterranean as a laboratory basin for the assessment of contrasting ecosystems" that was held in Kiev, Ukraine, MarchThe scientific rationale of the workshop can be summarized as follows.

Description: Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology Heritage Studies (JEMAHS) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to traditional, anthropological, social, and applied archaeologies of the Eastern Mediterranean, encompassing both prehistoric and historic journal’s geographic range spans three continents and brings together, as no academic periodical has done before, the.

Deserts supply prodigious amounts of dust 1 that affect many human concerns, including weather 2, climate 3, and health 4, and dust is transported large distances ites allow comprehensive monitoring and supply dramatic imagery 6, and with trajectory modelling 7, help reveal origins and dispersal of desert largest sources of dust are in North Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula Cited by:.

The Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal is a healthcare journal published by the Eastern Mediterranean Regional office of World Health Organisation of the World Health covers research in the area of public health and related biomedical or technical subjects, with particular relevance to the Eastern Mediterranean region.

It was established in and articles are in Arabic Discipline: Public health.Forest biodiversity in the Mediterranean region 36 Estimating the area of Mediterranean forests 39 Biotic and abiotic disturbances in Mediterranean forests 48 Forest fires 48 Insect pests, diseases and other disturbances 60 Good and services provided by Mediterranean forest ecosystems 68 Wood products in Mediterranean forests 68 Non.The main environmental impacts of food consumption in the Mediterranean.

21Diets vary widely around the world and have co-evolved over thousands of years due mainly to the influence of environmental, social and economic conditions (such as climate, ecology, biodiversity, etc.) (Millstone and Lang, ).There is growing evidence of the impact of diet on health, including a higher risk of.