3 edition of Desertification processes found in the catalog.
Mukhtar Ahmed Mustafa
by UNESCO Chair Desertification, University of Khartoum in [Khartoum]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-215) and index.
|Statement||Mukhtar Ahmed Mustafa.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||2008532481|
Book Description. Although much is known about the processes and effects of land degradation and climate change, little is understood about the links between them. Less still is known about how these processes are likely to interact in different social-ecological systems around the world, or how societies might be able to adapt to this twin. Desertification definition is - the process of becoming desert (as from land mismanagement or climate change). How to use desertification in a sentence.
Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Land Degradation and Desertification: Land Degradation and Climate Change: /ch Land degradation and desertification have been graded as a major environmental and social dispute in most Author: S Dharumarajan, S Veeramani, Kalaiselvi Beeman, M Lalitha, N Janani, R Srinivasan, Rajendra Hegde. about drought, desertification and poverty in the drylands. Natural Resource Highlights” are published annually by id21, which is hosted by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) of the University of Sussex in Brighton, BN1 9RE (UK).
Desertification is caused by a combination of factors that change over time and vary by location. These include indirect factors such as population pressure, socioeconomic and policy factors, and international trade as well as direct factors such as land use patterns and practices and climate-related processes.. Desertification is taking place due to indirect factors driving unsustainable use. Desertification is a land degradation process that occurs in drylands. It affects the land's capacity to supply ecosystem services, such as producing food or hosting biodiversity, to mention the most well‑known ones. Its drivers are related to both human .
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This book tackles the issues surrounding desertification in a number of ways from differing scales (local to global), processes (physical to human), the relationship of desertification to current global development and management responses at varying levels.
Clearly structured throughout, the content of the book is organised across different scales; local, regional and : $ This book tackles the issues surrounding desertification in a number of ways from differing scales (local to global), processes (physical to human), the relationship of desertification to current global development and management responses at different scales.
Desertification has become increasingly politicized and there is a need to present and explain the facts from a global perspective.
This book tackles the issues surrounding desertification in a number of ways from differing scales (local to global), processes (physical to human), the relationship of desertification to current global development and management responses at different scales.
"I highly recommend the outstanding and readily accessible book Desertification, Land Degradation and Sustainability: Paradigms, Processes, Principles and Policies by Anton Imeson, to any students, academics, researchers, engineers, business leaders, agriculturalists, and public policy makers at all levels who are seeking an action oriented book that both outlines the issues and offers real.
This text focuses on the desertification of rangelands and explores processes, problems and solutions. Chapters in the first section evaluate interactions between `natural' and human-induced Reviews: 1. This book (with a foreword by eminent desertification specialist, Dr. Alan Grainger of Leeds University) provides a synthesis of what desertification means in the present day context of worldwide concerns about land degradation in the face of global (including climate) change, burgeoning populations, urbanization, and loss of biodiversity.
Desertification processes in the context of global change. Desertification, the degradation of the soils in arid, semiarid and sub-humid zones, threatens 40% of the Earth’s surface, which is inhabited by 37% of the world’s population.
Desertification is a type of land degradation in which a relatively dry land region becomes increasingly arid, typically losing its bodies of water as well as vegetation and wildlife. It is caused by a variety of factors, such as climate change and human activities.
Desertification is a significant global ecological and environmental problem. Desertification, the process by which natural or human causes reduce the biological productivity of drylands.
Such declines may be the result of climate change, deforestation, overgrazing, poverty, political instability, unsustainable irrigation practices, or combinations of these factors.
Desertification is the process by which productive regions, largely dry grasslands, lose moisture, plant communities, and wildlife, transforming into hyper-arid or desert conditions.
Although this change can occur naturally, many definitions, including those found in the Princeton University Dictionary and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, focus on human influences on desertification.
impact of climate and analysis of desertification processes in semi arid land in algeria: using data of alsat and landsat Conference Paper May with 69 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The second stage involved mapping of desertification processes at 1:scale, which was compiled at 1: 1 million sca le.
The stud y revealed t hat out of Mha area mapped,Author: Amal Kar. Desertification offers a comprehensive overview of the subject and clearly emphasizes the link between local and global desertification processes and how past and current policy has affected arid environments and their populations.
This text adequately applies the research undertaken during the last 15 years on the topic. Desertification is a self-accelerating process, feeding on itself, and as it advances, rehabilitation costs rise exponentially.
Action to combat desertification is required urgently before the costs of rehabilitation rise beyond practical possibility or before the opportunity to act is lost forever (UN Conference to Combat Desertification, )".
The conference "Combating Desertification with Plants" was held in Beer Sheva, Israel, from November, and was attended by 70 participants from 30 countries and/or international organisations.
Desertification - the degradation of soils in drylands - is a phenomenon occurring in scores of countries around the globe. The number of people (in semiarid regions) affected by the steady. Desertification includes land degradation due to both climatic and anthropogenic causes, where land includes water, soil, and the biosphere.
This book presents the most recent findings from the European Community's MEDALUS project, which was formed to understand and manage semi-arid environments that are undergoing great cturer: Wiley. Degradation - JRC. Mediterranean Desertification and Land Use - Google Books. In Mediterranean Europe, desertification processes are activated and accelerated.
Four millenniums of human land use and frequent abuses of land. Mediterranean desertification and land degradation. Mapping The Medalus project. Mediterranean desertification and land use.
better understand desertification processes and determine the extent of desertification. Additionally, to better comprehend the impacts of desertification on human well-being we need to improve our knowledge of the interactions between socioeconomic factors and changing ecosystem Size: KB.
Desertification is a dynamic process that is observed in dry and fragile ecosystems. It affects soils, water resources, and ecosystems as well as human settlements and livelihood activities and is particularly important in areas where adaptation is difficult due to economic, social, or environmental constraints.
United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) Despite several efforts made, the progress in combating desertification was not at the expected level. A new and more effective approach was required at all levels within the framework of sustainable development. P. Bullock, in Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment, Desertification.
Desertification is the process of ecological degradation by which economically productive land becomes less productive, in some cases leading to the development of a desert-like landscape. There is a huge literature on the nature and causes of desertification, some of which indicates that human impacts arising from.
Desertification: an ecological reality or a dangerous myth? This article is more than 3 years old A new book asserts that desertification is a meaningless concept and Author: John Magrath.Desertification in Europe Proceedings of the Information Symposium in the EEC Programme on Climatology, held in Mytilene, Greece, 15–18 April Buy Physical Book Learn about institutional subscriptions.
Papers Table of contents The Effects of Model-Generated Climatic Changes due to a CO 2 Doubling on Desertification Processes in.