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Île de la Réunion: 10 Itinéraires de Randonnée Détaillés, 7 Fiches Découverte [Reunion Island: 10 Detailed Hiking Routes, 7 Discovery Sheets]

Walking / Outdoor Guide Geology Guide
By: Ludovic Leduc(Author), Marie Chaput(Author), Simon Defortis(Author), Olivier Hoarau(Author), Dominique Decobecq(Contributor)
256 pages, 400 colour photos and colour maps
Publisher: Omniscience
Île de la Réunion: 10 Itinéraires de Randonnée Détaillés, 7 Fiches Découverte [Reunion Island: 10 Detailed Hiking Routes, 7 Discovery Sheets]
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  • Île de la Réunion: 10 Itinéraires de Randonnée Détaillés, 7 Fiches Découverte [Reunion Island: 10 Detailed Hiking Routes, 7 Discovery Sheets] ISBN: 9791097502041 Paperback Oct 2018 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: French

This island located in the southwest of the Indian Ocean and is a real gem of geology and biodiversity, whose heart is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island consists of two volcanic mountains: the Piton de la Fournaise, one of the most active volcanoes on our planet, and the older Piton des Neiges, dormant for several millennia, which has allowed water the freedom to shape its landscapes. Rainfall in this area sometimes reaches records and leads to phenomenal erosion, causing vertiginous ramparts and three majestic cirques (amphitheatre-like valley formed by glacial erosion). This particularly rugged terrain induces a great diversity of climates that contributes to a great wealth of landscapes and biodiversity. A wealth that this guide will help you discover and understand.

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Cette île située au sud-ouest de l'océan Indien est un véritable joyau, de géologie et de biodiversité, dont le cœur est classé au patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco sous les termes « Piton, Cirques et Remparts ». Deux massifs volcaniques la composent : le Piton de la Fournaise, un des volcans les plus actifs de notre planète, et le Piton des Neiges, plus ancien, qui a depuis quelques milliers d'années laissé toute liberté à l'eau pour façonner ses paysages. La pluviométrie sur ce territoire atteint parfois des records et entraîne une érosion phénoménale, à l'origine de remparts vertigineux et de trois cirques majestueux. Ce relief particulièrement accidenté induit une grande diversité de climats qui contribuent à une grande richesse de paysages et de biodiversité. Une richesse que ce guide vous faire découvrir et comprendre...

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Walking / Outdoor Guide Geology Guide
By: Ludovic Leduc(Author), Marie Chaput(Author), Simon Defortis(Author), Olivier Hoarau(Author), Dominique Decobecq(Contributor)
256 pages, 400 colour photos and colour maps
Publisher: Omniscience
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