Restoration practices in Mediterranean habitats using native woody species

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Since the beginning of the XXI century, Legambiente (a national environmental association), supported by the University of Palermo, has launched several naturalization projects within three Sicilian nature reserves:1)Isola di Lampedusa (Agrigento Province);2)Macalube di Aragona (Agrigento Province);3)Lago Sfondato (Caltanissetta Province). Interventions were carried out on bare lands and degraded sites where natural vegetation cover was almost completely disappeared. The main aim was to restore native habitats following the principles of ecological restoration. Accordingly, differently from the classical approach, consisting in the use of preparatory species, usually Pines, native shrubs and trees were selected and used in the field.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine1
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017


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