Series: Cooperation in the European Mountains Volume: 3
By: Brigitte Hanemann
158 pages, Figs
Examines the history of climbing and its social and economic significance. Describes the typical flora and fauna of the rock biotope. Presents the results of a survey carried out in 21 European countries, includes a number of case studies and puts forward a series of recommmendations for sustainable management of climbing in Europe
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