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Semi and landscapes are by definition water limited, therefore potentially sensitive to environmental change and to plant growth. The proposed study presents a methodology to define threshold soil characteristics that impose the change of the present land use. A dominant soil ...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 25080
Last updated on: 2013-03-01
Within the work carded out in MEDALUS projects a database was created, that contains data on soil erosion, vegetation and climate of a field site in Greece (Spata). The database contains data from 1991-1999 on; - climate such as dry and wet temperature, soil temperature, preci...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 25081
Last updated on: 2013-03-01
Final Report Summary - INDEX (Indicators and thresholds for desertification, soil quality, and remediation)
The INDEX project was initiated in response to the Global Change and Ecosystems (GCE) thematic sub-priority of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) of the European Commission (EC). It was designed to fulfill the EC's request for a Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP) conc...
Programme: FP6-SUSTDEV
Record Number: 51576
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
Final Report Summary - RECONDES (Conditions for Restoration and Mitigation of Desertified Areas Using Vegetation)
The RECONDES project aimed to utilise innovative techniques in order to mitigate desertification processes through the application of vegetation in areas susceptible to degradation. RECONDES focused on Mediterranean areas and was structured in six distinct, yet interrelated, w...
Programme: FP6-SUSTDEV
Record Number: 47800
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
A computer-based model has been developed which simulates the effects of channel flows and floods on the morphology, sediment and vegetation of river channels and floodplains of ephemerally-flowing rivers. It is able to simulate the effects and changes of individuals flood eve...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 25062
Last updated on: 2004-05-12
RECONDES - Conditions for restoration and mitigation of desertified areas using vegetation
The focus of RECONDES is to address the mitigation of desertification processes by the means of innovative techniques using vegetation in specific landscape configurations prone to severe degradation processes. Its major objective is to produce practical guidelines on the cond...
Programme: FP6-SUSTDEV
Record Number: 32260
Last updated on: 2004-05-12
On the regional scale it is demonstrated that the impact of land degradation on the climate of the Iberian Peninsula depends on many factors, the most important being the scale and amount of land degradation, the location of the degraded region and the large-scale atmospheric ...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 29475
Last updated on: 2004-03-04
The work has illustrated a number of important links between the land surface and rainfall in semi-arid. Vegetation has a pronounced effect on precipitation at short time scales; notably sparse vegetation may reduce the amplitude of the diurnal cycle and enhance synoptic activ...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 29473
Last updated on: 2004-03-04
A procedure was developed and applied that enables the potential response of areas to desertification drivers to be assessed from "functional performance indicators". This was achieved for areas where desertification was related mainly to grazing or land use charge. The proced...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 25068
Last updated on: 2003-11-25
The territory of the Aral Sea Region is known as an ecological disaster zone. Health specialists have identified high and increasing mineralisation of potable water, and also the abundance of highly toxic pollutants (mainly pesticides) in water, air and food, which contribute ...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 30422
Last updated on: 2003-09-05
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