Land use, water and Mediterranean landscapes: modelling long-term dynamics of complex socio-ecological systems.

@article{Barton2010LandUW,
  title={Land use, water and Mediterranean landscapes: modelling long-term dynamics of complex socio-ecological systems.},
  author={C. Michael Barton and Isaac I T Ullah and Sean Bergin},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={368 1931},
  pages={5275-97}
}
The evolution of Mediterranean landscapes during the Holocene has been increasingly governed by the complex interactions of water and human land use. Different land-use practices change the amount of water flowing across the surface and infiltrating the soil, and change water's ability to move surface sediments. Conversely, water amplifies the impacts of human land use and extends the ecological footprint of human activities far beyond the borders of towns and fields. Advances in computational… CONTINUE READING

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