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Mediterranean Landscape Dynamics Project


"Landuse and Landscape Socioecology in the Mediterranean Basin: A Natural Laboratory for the Study of the Long-Term Interaction of Human and Natural Systems."

This international, interdisciplinary research project models the long-term dynamics of human landuse and Mediterranean landscapes. Beginning in Fall 2004, modeling efforts have focued on eastern Spain and western Jordan, encompassing much of the range of environmental variability across the Mediterranean region.

The project examines long-term socioecological processes that shaped Mediterranean landscapes, from the beginning of farming to the beginning of complex civilization.


Invited paper presented at the Workshop on aspects of Social and Socio-Environmental Dynamics, Arizona State University, January 2007.

Contributors
Sarjoughian, H. S., Barton, C. Michael
Created Date
2007

Invited presentation for "Next Generation Simulations of Human-Environmental Interactions" sponsored by the Santa Fe Institute and the University of Arizona, Tucson, 12-14 December, 2005.

Contributors
Sarjoughian, H. S.
Created Date
2005

Invited presentation for "Next Generation Simulations of Human-Environmental Interactions," sponsored by the Santa Fe Institute and the University of Arizona, Tucson, 12-14 December, 2005.

Contributors
Sarjoughian, H. S., Barton, C. Michael
Created Date
2005
Contributors
Hill, J. Brett, Miller, Alexandra, Wentz, Elizabeth, et al.
Created Date
2008
Contributors
Ullah, Isaac I. T., Barton, C. Michael
Created Date
2006
Contributors
Ullah, Isaac I. T., Barton, C. Michael, Arizona State University
Created Date
2007