Parks, such as other protected areas, do not represent very often a clear view of the territory. The international institutional schemes, which are on the basis of a national parks, are not able anymore to satisfy daily ecology requirements: to-day's ecology, in fact, does not regard only the naturalistic needs, but includes also other territory interests, such as human population's habitat (agriculture, sylviculture, urban an industrial). Areas utilized in systematic way - pasture, fertilized meadow, managed forest - represent natural areas and hold an important position in the equilibrium of vegetal landscape.

Agriculture and animal production trend in three regional Euromediterranean protected areas

VIGLIOTTI, DOMENICO;ESPOSITO, LUIGI
2003

Abstract

Parks, such as other protected areas, do not represent very often a clear view of the territory. The international institutional schemes, which are on the basis of a national parks, are not able anymore to satisfy daily ecology requirements: to-day's ecology, in fact, does not regard only the naturalistic needs, but includes also other territory interests, such as human population's habitat (agriculture, sylviculture, urban an industrial). Areas utilized in systematic way - pasture, fertilized meadow, managed forest - represent natural areas and hold an important position in the equilibrium of vegetal landscape.
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