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The Landscape of the Sierra Nevada A Unique Laboratory of Global Processes in Spain

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By: Regino Zamora(Editor), Marc Oliva(Editor)
421 pages, 156 colour & 15 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
The Landscape of the Sierra Nevada
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This book covers the landscape, geography and environment of the Sierra Nevada in Spain. The Sierra Nevada hosted the last glaciers in southern Europe. Today, it is one of the most important centers of plant diversity in the western Mediterranean and one of the most outstanding in Europe. This massif has ideal conditions to analyze past environments as well as the effects of global change on ecosystems. This can be seen in the large number of projects that are being conducted within the umbrella of the Sierra Nevada Global Change Observatory. This book summarizes all the scientific knowledge available about this massif, from the geomorphological and ecological perspectives to the recent spatial adaptive management and Open Science initiatives.

Focusing on the very sensitive mountain environment of Sierra Nevada, the book intends to be a reference for many people interested in mountain processes. The audience would include scientists from all disciplines, but it would also target on an audience beyond the academia (territorial managers, environmentalists, mountaineers, politicians, technicians, etc.).

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By: Regino Zamora(Editor), Marc Oliva(Editor)
421 pages, 156 colour & 15 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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