Restoring and conserving still water ecosystems of Mediterranean karst mountains
To facilitate the use of water resources from nature, man-built wells and ponds. Freshwater ecosystems served people and their flock as a water supply, as watering holes for wild animals, and are places of rich biodiversity. Karstic mountains were for centuries used for livestock grazing, but they suffered a significant population loss in the last several decades, as well as the loss of agricultural infrastructure (natural and artificial ponds, dry stone walls and other infrastructure for grazing).Pročitajte više
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