10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHRYGANA»
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The Black Sea Flood Question: Changes in Coastline, Climate ...
Most of the native Mediterranean floristic elements in southern Crimea are
components of shiblyak and phrygana, two plant communities often equated with
the Mediterranean maquis and garrigue, respectively (Shelyag-Sosonko etal.
Valentina Yanko-Hombach, Allan S. Gilbert, Nicolae Panin, 2006
Mediterranean Island Landscapes: Natural and Cultural Approaches
Thus in middle Crete, the vegetation of wide areas is limited to shallow-rooted
phrygana: although rainfall is not specially low, the dense marl bedrock, though it
retains moisture prevents roots from penetrating. Trees and shrubs are confined
Ioannis Nikolaou Vogiatzakis, Gloria Pungetti, Antoinette M. Mannion, 2008
A Classification of Palaearctic Habitats
PHRYGANA 33.1 West Mediterranean clifftop phryganas 33.11 Calcareous
Provence phrygana 33.12 Crystalline Provence phrygana 33.13 Cap Corse
phrygana 33.14 Straits of Bonifacio phrygana 33.15 Cabo de Creus phrygana
33.16 Cabo ...
Pierre Devilliers, Jean Devilliers-Terschuren, 1996
Progress in Botanical Research: Proceedings of the 1st ...
We distinguish phrygana with a low diversity (< 0,33), with a moderate diversity (0
,33<H'<0,66) and with a high diversity (>0,66). In phrygana with a low diversity
one species dominates the plant cover: S. spinosum, Phlomis fruticosa or ...
Ioannes Tsekos, Michael Moustakas, 1998
Landscape Disturbance and Biodiversity in Mediterranean-Type ...
We classified as phrygana all of the dense (80% crown density or more) scrub
communities with shrubs less than 1 m high growing typically on several soil
types. This community is characterized by the dominance of seasonally
Philip W. Rundel, Gloria Montenegro Rizzardini, Fabian M. Jaksic, 1998
Fire in Mediterranean Ecosystems
shrublands. Cork oaks very often have an open crown and on these well-lit
understory sites the composition may be more typical of phrygana shrublands.
Oak seedlings that recruit in the understory often remain suppressed for decades;
Landscape and Land Use in Postglacial Greece
Garigue and phrygana seem to be largely dependent on grazing for their
continuance and lose their competitive edge over steppe without it. Rackham (
1982) suggests that a possible explanation may lie in the greater water demand
Paul Halstead, Charles Frederick, 2000
The Making of the Cretan Landscape
A hillside is speckled with patches of dark-green maquis, grey-green phrygana,
and steppe 1 the latt being pale-green in winter and spring, yellow in summer
and autumn. The proportions vary widely, and it is clear that in most cases
Oliver Rackham, Jennifer Moody, 1996
Dairy Goats Feeding and Nutrition
However, from the point of view of range management, shrublands can be
subdivided into three categories: (i) maquis or matorral; (ii) garrigues (Tomaselli,
1981; Le Houe'rou, 1993a); and (iii) phrygana (Papanastasis, 1977). o Maquis or
Antonello Cannas, Giuseppe Pulina, Ana Helena Dias Francesconi, 2008
The Mediterranean in History
Landscapes like this in southern Rhodes are known as phrygana, containing a
few shrubs and plants such as cistus and labiatae, which blossom to such
spectacular effect in April. The distinction between trees and shrubs was noted by
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PHRYGANA»
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Greek island holidays: The Crete escape
Above the trees lay the phrygana, the thyme-scented wilderness of the Cretan uplands whose stony hillsides are smothered in cistus, lavender ... «Telegraph.co.uk, May 15»
Bringing the holidays home
In my mind, I had the phrygana or dwarf scrub vegetation, often grey-leaved and aromatic, I had seen when gardening on the Greek island of ... «The Guardian, Jul 14»
Management plans for Nadur's Natura 2000 sites nearing completion
lI-Qortin tal-Magun u il-Qortin il-Kbir is a garrigue habitat of significant ecological importance; the site supports an exceptional mature phrygana ... «Gozo News, Feb 14»
Pay a visit to Isopu Tower situated between San Blas & Dahlet Qorrot
Il-Magun is exposed to northerly winds, which allows it to support an exceptional mature phrygana (a type of garrigue) habitat considered to be ... «Gozo News, Oct 13»
Giant fennel – il-ferla – Ferula communis
The giant fennel, or il-ferla in Maltese, is frequently found in Maquis, garigue and phrygana, steppes, country lanes and road verges, ... «Times of Malta, Dec 12»
This woodland also has a variety of habitats ranging from maquis, forest remnants, garrigue, phrygana and woods typical of watercourses. «Times of Malta, Apr 11»
Protecting the natural heritage in the Maltese islands (26)
This endangered species is characteristic of the Eastern Mediterranean Phrygana (a type of garigue) and may represent a relict community. «Times of Malta, Jan 10»