The Death of Forests
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In this book, Professor Francisco Lloret travels through some of the most important forests of North America, Patagonia, Europe and Africa to show us, with luminous clarity and rigor, the processes that are causing their collapse. A phenomenon that gives us the opportunity to learn more about the functioning of forests, their complex internal dynamics, their growth patterns, their distribution around the world, their role in biodiversity and the transformations they undergo, whether naturally or as a result of human activity.
The death of forests is an exciting and innovative read, which helps us understand the raison d’être of forests and the rationale we need to conserve them.