Book Volume 6 2009

Agroforestry in Europe

Current Status and Future Prospects

ISBN: 978-1-4020-8271-9 (Print) 978-1-4020-8272-6 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

  2. Introduction

    1. Chapter

      Pages 3-19

      Definitions and Components of Agroforestry Practices in Europe

    2. Chapter

      Pages 21-41

      Classifications and Functions of Agroforestry Systems in Europe

    3. Chapter

      Pages 43-65

      Agroforestry Systems in Europe: Productive, Ecological and Social Perspectives

    4. Chapter

      Pages 67-86

      Farmer Perceptions of Silvoarable Systems in Seven European Countries

  3. European Mediterranean Agroforestry Systems

    1. Chapter

      Pages 89-109

      Traditional Agroforestry Systems and Their Evolution in Greece

    2. Chapter

      Pages 111-126

      Silvopastoral Systems in Portugal: Current Status and Future Prospects

    3. Chapter

      Pages 127-160

      The Functioning, Management and Persistence of Dehesas

    4. Chapter

      Pages 161-181

      Silvopastoral Systems in the Northeastern Iberian Peninsula: A Multifunctional Perspective

    5. Chapter

      Pages 183-210

      Agroforestry Systems in Southeastern Spain

    6. Chapter

      Pages 211-231

      Role of Livestock Grazing in Sustainable Use, Naturalness Promotion in Naturalization of Marginal Ecosystems of Southeastern Spain (Andalusia)

    7. Chapter

      Pages 233-253

      Role of Various Woody Species in Spanish Mediterranean Forest and Scrubland as Food Resources for Spanish Ibex (Capra pyrenaica Schinz) and Red Deer (Cervus elaphus L.)

    8. Chapter

      Pages 255-267

      Agroforestry Systems in Italy: Traditions Towards Modern Management

    9. Chapter

      Pages 269-294

      Economics of Multiple Use Cork Oak Woodlands: Two Case Studies of Agroforestry Systems

    10. Chapter

      Pages 295-317

      European Black Truffle: Its Potential Role in Agroforestry Development in the Marginal Lands of Mediterranean Calcareous Mountains

  4. European Atlantic Agroforestry Systems

    1. Chapter

      Pages 321-329

      Assessment of the Extent of Agroforestry Systems in Europe and Their Role Within Transhumance Systems

    2. Chapter

      Pages 331-341

      Agroforestry in the Netherlands

    3. Chapter

      Pages 343-356

      The Potential for Silvopastoralism to Enhance Biodiversity on Grassland Farms in Ireland

  5. European Continental Pannonian and Alpine Agroforestry Systems

    1. Chapter

      Pages 359-376

      Wood Pastures in Germany

    2. Chapter

      Pages 377-396

      The Swiss Mountain Wooded Pastures: Patterns and Processes

    3. Chapter

      Pages 397-414

      In Slovenia: Management of Intensive Land Use Systems

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