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La degradación ambiental de los paisajes en las cuencas tributarias de la ensenada de Sibarimar (Guanabo e Itabo, Cuba) [Environmental degradation in river landscapes in the tributary basins of Sibarimar Cove (Guanabo and Itabo, Cuba)]
|Alternate Title:||Environmental degradation in river landscapes in the tributary basins of Sibarimar Cove (Guanabo and Itabo, Cuba)|
|Authors:||Peña, José Jesús Delgado; Sinoga, José Damián Ruiz; Jurado, Enrique Navarro; Macías, Rafael Cortes; Noa, Ricardo Remond; Chávez, Eduardo Salinas; Lorenzo, Juan Manuel Fernandez; Rodriguez, Pedro Acevedo|
|Author Affiliations:||Primary: |
Universidad de Málaga, Departamento de Geografía, Spain
Universidad de La Habana, Cuba
|Volume Title:||Cuadernos Geográficos de la Universidad de Granada|
|Source:||Cuadernos Geográficos de la Universidad de Granada, Vol.48, p.161-188. Publisher: Universidad, Secretariado de Publicaciones, Granada, Spain. ISSN: 2340-0129|
|Note:||In Spanish with English summary. 18 refs.; illus.|
|Summary:||The basins of the Guanabo and Itabo rivers are located in the northeastern limit of the La Habana province in Cuba. Meanwhile the urban and touristic uses of the territory are very significant in the coastline, the agriculture and the livestock are predominant in the hinterland. Just a few of natural areas remain in this area. Due to the conflict of uses and changing ecological features, the analysis of the environmental degradation of the landscapes is vital in order to establish a sustainable development of the territory. To reach this aim, we have classified the territory in units attending to the main ecological features that form the different landscapes. After that, we have carried out an integrated diagnosis taking into consideration aspects such as the main uses of the landscape units, its potential and efficiency, environmental dangers, degrading processes and geoecological state.|
|Subjects:||Agriculture; Degradation; Fluvial environment; Human activity; Land use; Sustainable development; Antilles; Caribbean region; Cuba; Greater Antilles; Havana Cuba; La Habana Cuba; West Indies; Guanabo Cuba; Itabo Cuba; Sibarimar Cove|
|Coordinates:||N230700 N230700 W0822500 W0822500|
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