חיפוש מתקדם
Mountain Research & Development
Perevolotsky, A., Dept. of Natural Resources, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, P.O.B. 6 Bet Dagan, Israel.
Noy-Meir, I., Dept. of Natural Resources, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, P.O.B. 6 Bet Dagan, Israel.
The high mountain region of southern Sinai is an "ecological island' surrounded by desert. The elevation and rock formations create a variety of habitats, each with a characteristic water regime, microclimate, and vegetation. The local Bedouin, members of the Jebaliyah tribe, practise goat and sheep husbandry as part of their subsistence. This paper discusses the system of livestock production and management typical to the Mt. Sinai region, including the environmental, economic, cultural, and political factors. It presents an analysis of the dramatic changes in Bedouin livestock husbandry during the Israeli rule as compared with the Egyptian era and attempts to point out the principal underlying factors behind them. -from Authors
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Environmental adaptation and economic change in a pastoral mountain society: the case of the Jabaliyah Bedouin of the Mt. Sinai region
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Perevolotsky, A., Dept. of Natural Resources, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, P.O.B. 6 Bet Dagan, Israel.
Noy-Meir, I., Dept. of Natural Resources, Agricultural Research Organization, The Volcani Center, P.O.B. 6 Bet Dagan, Israel.
Environmental adaptation and economic change in a pastoral mountain society: the case of the Jabaliyah Bedouin of the Mt. Sinai region
The high mountain region of southern Sinai is an "ecological island' surrounded by desert. The elevation and rock formations create a variety of habitats, each with a characteristic water regime, microclimate, and vegetation. The local Bedouin, members of the Jebaliyah tribe, practise goat and sheep husbandry as part of their subsistence. This paper discusses the system of livestock production and management typical to the Mt. Sinai region, including the environmental, economic, cultural, and political factors. It presents an analysis of the dramatic changes in Bedouin livestock husbandry during the Israeli rule as compared with the Egyptian era and attempts to point out the principal underlying factors behind them. -from Authors
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