Capra, Gian Franco and Vacca, Sergio and De Riso, Stefania and Buondonno, Andrea and Coppola, Elio and Cabula, Emanuela (2008) Soil degradation as a cause of brushwood clear-cutting and grazing in Mediterranean forests. In: Soil and water conservation, climate change and environmental sensitivity: 15. ISCO Congress: book of abstracts, 18-23 May 2008, Budapest, Ungheria. Budapest, Geographical research institute, Hungarian academy of sciences. p. 306. Conference or Workshop Item.
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This research shows the early results of a pedological study developed in carbonatic areas of central-eastern Sardinia (Italy). Investigated soils show evident influence of human activity. In particular, the degradation is a conseguence of intense grazing and unplanned brushwood clearcutting (by the indistinct and non selective cutting of grass and shrub land).
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