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The effect of grazing on soil and water losses under arid and mediterranean climates. Implications for desertification
Pirineos: Revista de Ecología de Montaña
Two sites, both affected by grazing but under different climatic conditions, were selected in Israel to study the effect of grazing on soil degradation. One site was selected in the Judean Desert, a dry environment (260 mm mean annual rainfall) with a long history of overgrazing and very little vegetative cover. The second site was selected in the Galilee Mountains where the climate is of Mediterranean type (650 mm mean annual rainfall) and the vegetative cover is much greater in spite of thedoaj:70f0bc3b0aad4504b126f5cc2018d0a3 fatcat:o4vfndxrnjdkveycmzfz3teesu