Sicilian forests can be considered at high decay risk because of more and more frequent wildfires and, even more, because of climate change effects, like floods, draught, heat waves, snow and wind storms. They are worrying processes, contributing at making ecosystems weaker and intensifying the potential desertification risk in Sicily, one of the most threatened of Italian regions by this form of soil degradation. The most effective approach to mitigate the effects of the climate change has been developed through the following action: analysis, assessment and quantification of the climate change impact: the silvicoltural resilience indicators.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Resilienza delle foreste Mediterranee ai cambiamenti climatici - Guida al progetto [Resilience of Mediterranean forests to climate change – Project guide]|
|Numero di pagine||8|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2017|
La Mela Veca, D. S., Maetzke, F. G., & Sferlazza, S. (2017). Analysis, assessment and quantification of the climate changes impact: the resilience silvicultural indicators. In Resilienza delle foreste Mediterranee ai cambiamenti climatici - Guida al progetto [Resilience of Mediterranean forests to climate change – Project guide] (pagg. 116-123)