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Patterns of Land Degradation in Drylands

Understanding Self-Organised Ecogeomorphic Systems

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This book explores the theory of ecogeomorphic pattern-process linkages, using case studies from Europe, Africa, Australia and North America. Sets forth a research agenda for the emerging field of ecogeomorphology in drylands land-degradation studies.

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Herausgeber John Wainwright, Laura Turnbull, Anthony J. Parsons, Eva Nora Mueller
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Erscheinungsdatum 15.08.2013
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9789400757271
Verlag Springer
Dateigröße 12602 KB

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  • Preface1. Land Degradation in Drylands: An Ecogeomorphological Approach
    2. The Study of Land Degradation in Drylands: State of the Art 3. Resilience, Self-organization, Complexity and Pattern Formation 4. Short-range Ecogeomorphic Processes in Dryland Systems 5. Long-range Ecogeomorphic Processes 6. Integrating Short- and Long-range Processes into Models: the Emergence of Pattern 7. Approaches to Modelling Ecogeomorphic Systems 8. Characterizing Patterns 9. Assessment of Patterns in Ecogeomorphic Systems 10. Uncertainty assessment 11. Vegetation Change in the Southwestern USA: Patterns and Processes 12. Vegetation Mosaics of Arid Western New South Wales, Australia: Considerations of Their Origin and Persistence 13.  Case Study of Self-organized Vegetation Patterning in Dryland Regions of Central Africa 14.  Abandonment of Agricultural Land, Agricultural Policy and Land Degradation in Mediterranean Europe 15. Land Degradation in Drylands: Re¿valuating Pattern-process Interrelationships and the Role of Ecogeomorphology Index