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Animal production and rural tourism in Mediterranean regions

International Symposium on Animal Production and Rural Tourism in Mediterranean Regions (1993 EМЃvora, Portugal)

Animal production and rural tourism in Mediterranean regions

proceedings of the International Symposium on Animal Production and Rural Tourism in Mediterranean Regions : organized by EAAP, FAO, CIHEAM and SNFEZ of Portugal, Évora, Portugal, 10-13 October 1993

by International Symposium on Animal Production and Rural Tourism in Mediterranean Regions (1993 EМЃvora, Portugal)

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Published by Wageningen Pers. in Wageningen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Livestock -- Mediterranean Region -- Congresses.,
  • Animal culture -- Mediterranean Region -- Congresses.,
  • Tourist trade -- Mediterranean Region -- Congresses.,
  • Agricultural systems -- Mediterranean Region -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJ.C. Flamant ... [et al.], editors.
    SeriesEAAP publication -- no. 74.
    ContributionsFlamant, Jean Claude.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination302 p. :
    Number of Pages302
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18096302M
    ISBN 109074134319

    1 Chapter 2 Regions and Tourism "Understanding the nature of regions requires a flexible approach to the world. The criteria used to define and delimit regions can be as spatially precise as coastlines and political boundaries, or as spatially amorphous. Also consider developing your own national or regional rural tourism portal. For an overview of the trade structure for tourism, see our study on the channels and segments of the European tourism market. 7. What are the end-market prices for rural tourism products? Travellers have many destinations and types of holiday to choose from. The Third Edition includes such contemporary topics as globalization’s connection to technology and gay rights, the anti-aging industry, and The Affordable Care Act, and many others, reflecting the latest developments in the field. It got the first Przewalski horses in Europe and bred them for 40 years. The herd was wiped out in WWI, but the line survived in a German zoo. Askania-Nova is now a zoo, botanical garden and Unesco world heritage site formally called the Institute of Steppe Animal Farming Askania-Nova. The wild horse run on 30 sq km by the Chapelsky Pod area.


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Livestock is of particular importance in mountain production systems as they convert plant biomass into useful products for humans such as milk, meat Animal production and rural tourism in Mediterranean regions book draught power. These products are key to the regions’ sustainability. The main topics discussed in this book are: Human geography of Mediterranean mountain territories.

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Papersere w organized in four sessions, in a pattern followed in the present book. Tourism Minister Edward Zammit Lewis says positive results for tourism in the Mediterranean region have been reported in a number of destinations, “and it is satisfying to note that Malta’s results during the first seven months of the year are on the high side of the average performance.

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The environmental problems of the Mediterranean areas are very important, due to the continuous growth in tourism and the concentration of economic activities along the coastline.

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The book reports that too often the two compete for land, water, labor and investmentAuthor: Thomas Klak. This book presents chapters by scientists from different disciplines from the Mediterranean Basin and its environs. It presents updated information and highlights the way forward for the fields of economy, environment and ecology, making this book a very useful source for people working in Author: Recep Efe.

Tourism, Environment and Ecology in the Mediterranean Region, Edited by Recep Efe and Münir Öztürk This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2XX, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.

AP Human Geography: Agriculture, Food Production, and Rural Land Use Love these notes. Check out Kaplan’s AP Human Geography Prep Plus Book on Amazon. Key Takeaways: Agriculture, Food Production, and Rural Land Use There were three agricultural revolutions that.

Livestock production systems are the result of an interaction between domestic animals and the environment, modulated by man, that dates back to Neolithic times.

As a consequence of this interaction among the wide diversity of animal resources, natural habitats and population needs, very different farming systems have developed across the Mediterranean Basin. The book considers the growth and development of, and demand for, rural tourism as a distinct sector of the tourist industry and looks at the role and potential of tourism in the socio-economic development and regeneration of rural areas.

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Mediterranean Symposium of the European Association for Animal Production which will take place in Zadar (Croatia), from 27 th to 29 th of October The theme of the Symposium is “Animal Farming and Environment Interactions in Mediterranean Regions” and it is arranged in four main sessions: 1) Animal Environment Interaction.

South Mediterranean tourism is characterised by strong dependence on European flows, which on average account for 60% of international arrivals. These flows nurture an economy that represents an important source of employment and investment, whether.

European sheep and goat production, in the Mediterranean areas represent important economic, environmental and sociological issues. Our article aims at comparing the situation of the main small ruminant systems in South European regions (Spain, France, Cited by: 6. DRIVING FORCES IN RURAL TOURISM These forces have been identified by many authors and can be summarized as o Tourism generating regions for rural tourism are highly developed and urbanized – the stresses of urban living and the remoteness from the natural environment has created a desire for escape from the monoculture of city living.

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