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Il Parco Naturale di Porto Conte [The Natural Park of Porto Conte]

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176 pages, 134 colour photos
Publisher: Carlo Delfino
Il Parco Naturale di Porto Conte [The Natural Park of Porto Conte]
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  • Il Parco Naturale di Porto Conte [The Natural Park of Porto Conte] ISBN: 9788871388694 Hardback Jan 2015 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: Italian

The Regional Natural Park of Porto Conte falls entirely within the territory of the city of Alghero, in the province of Sassari in northwestern Sardinia, Italy. The protected area is a strategic border between major environmental areas of extraordinary naturalistic and scientific value, such as as the harbor of Alghero, the system of limestone and metamorphic cliffs of Nura, the river Rio Barca, the Calich lagoon and its catchment area, and the hills of Monte Doglia. These unique landscapes are an asset to be preserved, guided, developed, and used according to the systematic criteria of ecology in a process linked to the needs and uses by urban cities, coastal communities, and the productive activity of agricultural villages.

Summary in Italian:
Il Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Conte ricade interamente all´interno del territorio del Comune di Alghero. L´area protetta rappresenta una cerniera strategica tra grandi complessità ambientali che includono straordinarie emergenze naturalistiche e scientifiche quali la Rada di Alghero, il sistema delle falesie calcaree e metamorfiche della Nurra, l´asta fluviale del Rio Barca, il corpo idrico del Calich ed il suo bacino imbrifero, le colline di Monte Doglia. Queste unicità paesaggistiche rappresentano una ricchezza da preservare, guidare, sviluppare, utilizzare secondo i criteri dell´ecologia sistemica più recente in un processo legato alle esigenze degli usi della città urbana, delle attività produttive delle borgate dell´agro e della fascia costiera.

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Art / Photobook
176 pages, 134 colour photos
Publisher: Carlo Delfino
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