The Campagna Romana, a landscape of unrivalled historical and cultural importance, can be subdivided into three main sectors, characterised by different plant communities, climate, geology and impact of man; these are the west sector, the river Tiber and the east sector. This landscape typology is a striking example of man-environment interaction: its primary source is in different climatic and geological conditions of these three sectors, but it was strongly reinforced by different land use. The western sector has been conserved in a semi-natural state until recent times while the eastern sector, characterised by communities influenced by man and ruins, has been almost completely devoid of woody vegetation probably since the Roman Empire.
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|Titolo:||THE VANISHING LANDSCAPE OF THE CAMPAGNA-ROMANA|
|Data di pubblicazione:||1993|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||04c Atto di convegno in rivista|