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  • Environmental dynamics and conservation of the flamingo in the vicinity of Greater Tunis, Tunisia : the case study of Sebkha Essijoumi
  • The managed landscape. Special issue
  • , underlining, on the one hand, recent environmental dynamics of the water body and its shores and, on the other, the attractiveness of this sebkha for flamingo. In addition, the issue of its conservation in the perspective of sustained urban growth is discussed.
  • The managed landscape. Special issue
  • Environmental degradation ; Human impact ; Mining activity ; Nature conservation ; Poland ; Rehabilitation ; Silesia
  • Mining influences every component of the environment in significant and diverse ways. But even in such a devastated terrain there is evidence of the proper management of post-mining areas and natural self restoration, which paradoxically, owing
  • Bed waves at the basin scale : implications for river management and restoration
  • The managed landscape. Special issue
  • Geomorphology of medium-high mountains under changing human impact, from managed slopes to nature restoration : a study from the Sudetes, SW Poland
  • The managed landscape. Special issue
  • , through managed rural landscapes in the 19th century and early 20th century, to gradual restoration of natural conditions observed in the last few tens of years, concurrent with considerable population decline in the mountain valleys. Accelerated soil
  • The managed landscape. Special issue
  • Biodiversity ; Coastal environment ; Coastal erosion ; Coastal management ; Estuary ; Habitat ; Sea level ; Sedimentation ; Sustainable development ; Twenty-first century ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • predominate, long-term strategies for managed realignment and habitat enhancement may prove impossible goals. Instead of integrated coastal organization, managers may need to consider coastal breakdown, segmentation and habitat reduction as the basis of 21st
  • The managed landscape. Special issue
  • of optimization techniques can prescribe greater sediment savings for equivalent costs than erosion control strategies commonly used by land managers.
  • The managed landscape. Special issue
  • strategies for management and regulation, but attract public support.
  • The managed landscape. Special issue