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Climate - Vegetation Afro-Asian Mediterranean and Red Sea Coastal Lands

Edited By: MA Zahran and Francis Gilbert
324 pages, b/w photo, tables
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Climate - Vegetation
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Deserts are unique ecosystems with their own biotic and abiotic components, and are often rich in renewable natural resources, the appropriate management of which can contribute significantly to the sustainable management of desert regions for the welfare of the people.

This book presents the vegetation types of the African and Asian countries of the Mediterranean and Red Sea coastal regions, and discusses the ecological threats and economic applications of these critical resources. In particular, it examines the relationships between climate and vegetation, and discusses these within the context of desertification, agro-industrial applications, ecotourism and sustainable development.

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Edited By: MA Zahran and Francis Gilbert
324 pages, b/w photo, tables
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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