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Der Millstätter See Aus Natur und Geschichte

By: Bettina Golob(Editor), Wolfgang Honsig-Erlenburg(Editor)
288 pages, 215 illustrations
Der Millstätter See
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  • Der Millstätter See ISBN: 9783853280478 Edition: 2 Hardback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: German

At 141 m deep and with an area of 1328 ha, the Millstätter lake is the second largest lake in Carinthia. In Der Millstätter See 43 authors describe the region around the lake from various disciplines and viewpoints such as fishing, botany, zoology and ethnobotany.

Summary in German:
Der Millstätter See ist mit 141 m der tiefste und mit einer Fläche von 1328 ha der zweitgrößte und wasserreichste See Kärntens. Der See liegt eingebettet zwischen den Ausläufern der Nockberge im Norden, dem Millstätter See-Rücken im Süden und dem Mirnock im Osten. Diese Gebiete wurden in die naturkundlichen und geschichtlichen Betrachtungen im vorliegenden Buch einbezogen. 43 AutorInnen haben die Region um den Millstätter See aus verschiedensten Fachrichtungen – von der Geschichte des Stiftes Millstatt und der Fischerei über Botanik, Zoologie bis hin zur Ethnobotanik – betrachtet und ihr Wissen in dieser Publikation zusammengefasst.

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By: Bettina Golob(Editor), Wolfgang Honsig-Erlenburg(Editor)
288 pages, 215 illustrations
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