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Écologie et Conservation d’une Steppe Méditerranéenne La Plaine de Crau

By: Laurent Tatin(Editor), Axel Wolff(Editor), Jean Boutin(Editor), Etienne Colliot(Editor), Thierry Dutoit(Editor)
384 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Editions Quae
Écologie et Conservation d’une Steppe Méditerranéenne
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Language: French

La Crau, a 60 000 hectare floodplain located between the Camargue and the Alpilles, is a model of Mediterranean steppes and a unique ecosystem in France. Through a variety of topics (ecology of animal populations, impacts of climate change on pastoral and agricultural activity, etc..), this book presents the state of knowledge obtained in the last ten years on this ecosystem. It outlines a coherent policy for the territory, while the focus is on methods and issues of nature conservation.

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La Crau, plaine alluviale de 60 000 ha située entre la Camargue et les Alpilles, est un modèle des steppes méditerranéennes et un écosystème unique en France. À travers une grande diversité de thèmes (écologie des populations animales, impacts des changements climatiques sur l’activité pastorale et agricole, dispositif des réserves d’actifs naturels, etc.), ce livre présente l’état des connaissances acquises depuis dix ans sur cet écosystème. Il ébauche une politique cohérente pour ce territoire, tout en faisant le point sur les méthodes et les enjeux de conservation de la nature.

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By: Laurent Tatin(Editor), Axel Wolff(Editor), Jean Boutin(Editor), Etienne Colliot(Editor), Thierry Dutoit(Editor)
384 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Editions Quae
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