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Natur & Mensch in der Schütt Die Bergsturzlandschaft im Naturpark zwischen Dobratsch und Gail

By: Bettina Golob(Editor)
296 pages, 400 illustrations
Natur & Mensch in der Schütt
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  • Natur & Mensch in der Schütt ISBN: 9783853280621 Edition: 2 Paperback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: German

In Natur & Mensch in der Schütt 47 authors cover the severe eathquake that hit Dobratsch, Carinthia and its after-effects from many perspectives, including art and culture.

Summary in German:
1348 donnerten Steinmassen nach einem schweren Erdbeben vom Dobratsch ins Tal. Damit entstand die größte Bergsturz-Landschaft des Ostalpenraumes. Es wundert sich nicht, dass dieses Ereignis zahlreiche WissenschaftlerInnen in die Schütt zog und noch immer zieht.

47 davon haben in dieser Neuauflage des Buches ihr Wissen in leicht lesbarer Form niedergeschrieben und mit herrlichen Bildern bereichert. Diese stark erweiterte Neuauflage befasst sich aber auch mit dem Zusammenspiel zwischen Natur und Mensch aus den verschiedensten Blickwinkeln und gibt damit Einblick in viele Bereiche von Natur, Kunst und Kultur.

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By: Bettina Golob(Editor)
296 pages, 400 illustrations
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