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  • Author:
    Monique Mainguet
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    0387577467
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    Springer Verlag; Subsequent edition (December 1, 1994)
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    314 pages
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This book aims at an understanding of what is commonly called "desertification" - a term which is proposed to be replaced by "land degradation".

Monique Mainguet (author). This book aims at an understanding of what is commonly called "desertification" - a term which is proposed to be replaced by "land degradation". Each level of technology, excessive or insufficient, creates its own mismanagement. This is reflected in an increase in land degradation and eventually a decrease in soil productivity. The benefit to the reader is an awareness of the ecozones and a global overview of the phenomena, mechanisms and existing solutions.

Desertification: natural background and human mismanagement. Desertification was defined as the degradation of drylands in the dry, hyperarid, semi-arid and dry subhumid zones (Mainguet, ch. Desertification is a problem on whose solution the survival of millions of human lives depend. This book aims to arrive at an understanding of what is commonly called "desertification" - a term whic. More). 36; Nasr, ch. 37). In this chapter land degradation is defined as the.

By (author) Monique Mainguet.

This book aims at an understanding of what is commonly called "desertification" - a term which has a connotation of irreversibility, spreading and emergence of desert-like landscapes: "land degradation" is proposed to replace it. The purpose is to present what has happened in reality, and what might be done. Illustrative worldwide analyses allow a more realistic evaluation of global land degradation.

After UNCED (United Conference on Environment and Development, Rio de Janeiro, July 1992), a second edition of Desertification was necessary. About 150 corrections, amendments and additions take scientific progress into account. The author also presents an updated chapter in which the results of UNCED are analyzed. This book aims at an understanding of what is commonly called "desertification" - a term which is proposed to be replaced by "land degradation". Each level of technology, excessive or insufficient, creates its own mismanagement. This is reflected in an increase in land degradation and eventually a decrease in soil productivity. The benefit to the reader is an awareness of the ecozones and a global overview of the phenomena, mechanisms and existing solutions.