Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Habitats of the World - Biodiversity and Threats

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Ana Cano Ortiz

University of Jaén, Spain

Ricardo Quinto Canas

University of Algarve

PublishedJanuary 29th, 2020

Doi10.5772/intechopen.81140

ISBN978-1-78984-487-0

Print ISBN978-1-78984-486-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83968-008-3

Copyright year2020

Number of pages158

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1. Introductory Chapter: Habitats of the World

By Carmelo Maria Musarella, Ana Cano-Ortiz and Ricardo Quinto Canas

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2. Intensive Habitat Loss in South Spain: Arborescent Scrubs with Ziziphus (5220*)

By Antonio J. Mendoza-Fernández, Esteban Salmerón-Sánchez, Fabián Martínez-Hernández, Francisco J. Pérez-García, Agustín Lahora, María E. Merlo and Juan F. Mota

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3. Deviation from Grazing Optimum in the Grassland Habitats of Romania Within and Outside the Natura 2000 Network

By Anamaria Roman, Tudor-Mihai Ursu, Irina Onțel, Teodor Marușca, Oliviu Grigore Pop, Sretco Milanovici, Alexandru Sin-Schneider, Carmen Adriana Gheorghe, Sorin Avram, Sorina Fărcaș and József Pál Frink

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8. The Disturbed Habitat and Its Effects on the Animal Population

By Maria Teresa Capucchio, Elena Colombino, Martina Tarantola, Davide Biagini, Loris Giovanni Alborali, Antonio Marco Maisano, Federico Scali, Federica Raspa, Emanuela Valle, Ilaria Biasato, Achille Schiavone, Cristian Salogni, Valentina Bar, Claudia Gili and Franco Guarda

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