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Role of the Mediterranean forest in soil and water conservation: a challenging balance

Abstract : In the Mediterranean, soils constitute a fragile component of terrestrial ecosystems; they are susceptible to erosion as they are exposed to heavy and intense rainfall, followed by marked runoff phenomena accelerated by the hilly of mountainouss topography. The issues of water and soil must therefore be considered together.
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Jean Albergel, Jean Collinet, Patrick Zante, Mohamed Hedi Hamrouni. Role of the Mediterranean forest in soil and water conservation: a challenging balance. Water for Forest and People in the Mediterranean: a Challenging Balance : L'eau pour les forêts et les hommes en région méditerranéenne : un équilibre à trouver, European Forest Institute, 197 p., 2010, What Science can tell us, 978-952-5453-79-9. ⟨hal-02819657⟩

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