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eBook Forest Bioresource Utilisation in the Eastern Mediterranean since Antiquity: A case study of the Makheras, Cyprus (BAR International) ePub

by Janet Ellis Burnet,Julia Ellis Burnet

  • ISBN: 1841716030
  • Category: Nature and Ecology
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Janet Ellis Burnet,Julia Ellis Burnet
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (July 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 236
  • ePub book: 1459 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1853 kb
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a case study of the Makheras, Cyprus. by Julia Ellis Burnet. Published 2004 by Archaeopress in Oxford, England BAR International series ;, 1243.

a case study of the Makheras, Cyprus. Published 2004 by Archaeopress in Oxford, England. Environmental archaeology, Forests and forestry, History, Natural resources, Plant ecology, Plant remains (Archaeology). BAR International series ;, 1243. vii, 236 p. : Number of pages.

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BAR International series, vol. 1243, Archaeopress, Oxford, England

BAR International series, vol. 1243, Archaeopress, Oxford, England. Burnet, Julia Ellis. Oxford, England : Archaeopress, 2004.

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British Archaeological Reports. This study examines the forest resources of Cyprus through a case study based in the Makheras region of the eastern Troodos mountains. Burnet presents the results of field survey carried out in this vast 4,054 hectare area, looking in particular at the relationship between archaeological sites and their contemporary environment.

British Archaeological Reports International Series 1243. Oxford: Archaeopress. Christodoulou, D. 1959. The Evolution of the Rural Land Use Pattern in Cyprus. World Land Use Survey, Regional Monograph 2. Bude: Geographical Publications.

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There was a Mamluk emir called Sarim al-DIn al-Mas'tidI, but he had died in a fracas in the Hall of Justice some years earlier.

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Many regional forest reserves are in decline in the Mediterranean as these dynamic ecosystems become increasingly threatened and affected by climate change and human activities. This study examines the forest resources of Cyprus through a case study based in the Makheras region of the eastern Troodos mountains. Burnet presents the results of field survey carried out in this vast 4,054 hectare area, looking in particular at the relationship between archaeological sites and their contemporary environment. In more general terms, she reconstructs the ecological and economic landscape of the eastern Troodos and studies its long-term development asking questions such as what resources were available in prehistoric and historic times, how did man exploit these, what impact did this have and how can the resources be sustained in the future.