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Mediterranean ecosystems and the role of GIS in their conservation

Ioannis N. Vogiatzakis

Mediterranean ecosystems and the role of GIS in their conservation

by Ioannis N. Vogiatzakis

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Published by University of Reading in Reading .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biotic communities -- Mediterranean Region.,
  • Nature conservation -- Mediterranean Region.,
  • Mediterranean-type ecosystems.,
  • Geographic information systems.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIoannis Vogiatzakis, A.M. Mannion, Geoffrey Griffiths.
    SeriesGeographical paper -- no. 136, Geographical papers -- no. 136.
    ContributionsMannion, Antoinette M., Griffiths, Geoffrey.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22392041M

    Ecosystems in the Mediterranean-climate regions of the world have served as a unit for comparative ecological studies for over two decades. The cohesiveness of research in this set of widely distributed regions rests on the similarity of the climates where they occur, and the identifiable convergence in elements of their vegetation structure (Di Castri and Mooney ). Mediterranean Ecosystems of Southern California Philip J. Riggan, Scott E. Franklin, James A. Brass, and Fred E. Brooks 9. The Role of Fire and Its Management in the Conservation of Mediterranean Ecosystems and Landscapes Zev Naveh Index

      The role of ecosystems in regulating soil quality is reflected across spatial scales from local scale feedbacks between plant and soils (e.g. in regulating C and nutrient dynamics) through to landscape interactions between land uses and soils (e.g. influencing the movement and transformation of waters and pathogens).   The role of fire in mediterranean-type ecosystems. New York: Springer-Verlag. E-mail Citation» A multiauthor overview on how fires impact on mediterranean ecosystems. It is useful as a benchmark text to show how research in this key area has developed since the s. Moreno, J. M., and W. C. Oechel, eds.

    Technological developments made in recent decades are increasing our access to the deep sea and are delivering exciting new insights into the dynamic nature of deep-sea ecosystems, and their role in connecting the oceans to coastal and terrestrial ecosystems. However, the increasing human footprint in the deep sea is also increasingly apparent.   2. Telecom and Network services: GIS can be a great planning and decision making tool for telecom GISDATA enables wireless telecommunication organizations to incorporate geographic data in to the complex network design, planning, optimization, maintenance and technology allows telecom to enhance a variety of application like engineering application, customer.


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Mediterranean ecosystems and the role of GIS in their conservation by Ioannis N. Vogiatzakis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Mediterranean ecosystems and the role of GIS in their conservation. [Ioannis N Vogiatzakis; Antoinette M Mannion; Geoffrey Griffiths].

GIS has an important role to play for managing spatial and attribute information on the ecosystems of the MB and to facilitate interactions with existing databases. Where limited information is available it can be used for prediction when directly or indirectly linked to Cited by: GIS has an important role to play for managing spatial and attribute information on the ecosystems of the MB and to facilitate interactions with existing databases.

Where limited information is. Mediterranean deep-sea ecosystems: an overview of their diversity, structure, functioning and anthropogenic impacts.

In: The Mediterranean deep-sea ecosystems: an overview of their diversity, structure, functioning and anthropogenic impacts, with a proposal for conservation.

IUCN, Málaga and WWF, Rome. Part II. Moreover, these Mediterranean-climate regions also are recognized internationally as some of the most imperiled ecosystems in the world. The five Mediterranean regions are estimated to experience very great proportional change in biodiversity by owing to their sensitivity to changes in land use and climate.

Role of Biological Field Stations. GIS has an important role to play for managing spatial and attribute information on the ecosystems of the MB and to facilitate interactions with existing databases. Where limited information is available it can be used for prediction when directly or indirectly linked to externally built models.

Abstract. The Mediterranean Basin has played a prominent role in humanity’s biological and cultural evolution. From archaeological sites scattered throughout the region, and from the rich written records of historical times, we can trace our development from hunters and gatherers to a species able to reap the benefits of pastoralism, agriculture, and finally sophisticated technology — from.

The degradation of P. oceanica seagrass meadows is a major concern as these marine ecosystems play a fundamental role in the health and productivity of many Mediterranean marine habitats.

Seagrass monitoring and mapping are fundamental tools for measuring the status and trends of meadows and their environmental condition (Topouzelis et al., ). Preserving the Mediterranean bird flyways: Assessment and prioritization of 38 main wetlands under human and climate threats in Sardinia and Sicily (Italy) Author links open overlay panel Alessandro Ferrarini Claudio Celada Marco Gustin.

Show more. GIS helps to monitor and visualize Population and distribution Habitat use and preferences Progress of conservation activities Historical and present regional biodiversity Understanding threatened species is important in preventing their extinction and revitalizing their populations.

The output is threefold: (a) a complete database of endangered arboreal species as they are listed in the Egyptian Plant Red Data Book (El-Hadidi et al., ) and their spatial distribution, (b) the relative contribution index for each of the protected areas (proposed and declared) in the conservation of the biodiversity of threatened arboreal.

We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services. experts to contribute and pool their collective knowledge, to make the most reliable estimates of the conservation status of species.

Without their enthusiastic commitment to species knowledge and conservation, this work would have not been possi-ble. Conservation and GIS Conservation biologists have come to recognize the importance of GIS in their discipline.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have become a useful tool in the field of landscape ecology. This article provides examples of how GIS is being used in this discipline. Conservation GIS Starter Kit. Held every four years, the IUCN Congress is the world's largest conservation event.

It brings together leaders from government, civil society, indigenous peoples' organisations, business and academia to determine the world's most pressing environmental and development challenges, and. Steenbeek, J. et al.

Bridging the gap between ecosystem modeling tools and geographic information systems: Driving a food web model with external spatial–temporal data.

Ecological Modelling 6 hours ago  The Mediterranean Sea is currently experiencing a decline in the abundance of several key species, as a consequence of anthropogenic pressures (e.g., increase in human population, habitat modification and loss, pollution, coastal urbanization, overexploitation, introduction of non-indigenous species and climate change).

Herbaria and natural history collections are certainly fundamental for. The rapid degradation of Mediterranean ecosystems e.g., dictates the urgent need for setting priorities for regional conservation planning and for taking management measures that could be modified later with the improvement of our knowledge.

Many countries in the Mediterranean cannot afford to implement comprehensive research on all marine. The Mediterranean Sea is a marine biodiversity hot spot. Here we combined an extensive literature analysis with expert opinions to update publicly available estimates of major taxa in this marine ecosystem and to revise and update several species lists.

We also assessed overall spatial and temporal patterns of species diversity and identified major changes and threats. Mediterranean Ecosystem The term Mediterranean refers to the Mediterranean Basin of Europe, as well as a climate regime which is characterized by cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers.

There are five regions in the world which experience a Mediterranean climate. High Five! PANORAMA has reached conservation answers, available to environmentalists around the world Conservationists have a community, an international space for the problems they have conquered, a way to find how others have solved their conservation conundrums, and the building blocks to answer their current and future issues.Hobbs RJ, Richardson DM, Davis GW () Mediterranean-type ecosystems: opportunites and constraints for studying the function of biodiversity.

In: Davis GW, Richardson DM (eds) Mediterranean-Type Ecosystems. The Function of Biodiversity, pp. 1– .ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XI, pages: illustrations (some color 0, maps ; 27 cm: Contents: Preface; Conservation of European Wildcat (Felis Silvestris) in Mediterranean Environments: A Reassessment of Current Threats; The Aerial Arthropod Community as a Descriptor of Farming Management in Arable Systems: From a Taxonomical to a .