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It is now generally agreed that the Mediterranean region has suffered more than other regions in the world from landscape decay and desiccation,not because of adverse climatical changes, as Huntington (1924) claimed, but as a result of man’s misuse of this landscape (Lowdermilk, 1944; Reifenberg, 1955; Butzer, 1961; Whyte, 1961).

Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 7)

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The Human Degradation of Mediterranean Landscapes in Israel
The Human Degradation of Mediterranean Landscapes in Israel

It is now generally agreed that the Mediterranean region has suffered more than other regions in the world from landscape decay and desiccation,not because of adverse climatical changes, as Huntington (1924) claimed, but as a result of man’s misuse of this landscape (Lowdermilk, 1944; Reifenberg, 1955; Butzer, 1961; Whyte, 1961).

Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 7)

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