PERIFEREIA Étude régionale de la Crète aux Minoen Récent II-IIIB (1450-1200 av. J.-C.)

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Après une introduction historique et quelques perspectives sur sa planification académique et son ouverture sociétale, ce livre raconte le Bois de Lauzelle au fil de textes issus d'entretiens avec son garde forestier, Jean-Claude Mangeot. Il est illustré de photographies émanant de toute la communauté d'Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve. Read More

Site classé par la Région wallonne en 1994, le Bois de Lauzelle, à Louvain-la- Neuve, est un écosystème unique en Belgique : auditoire à ciel ouvert pour les étudiants futurs bio-ingénieurs, laboratoire forestier pour les chercheurs, source inépuisable de récréation et d'émerveillement pour les quelque 100 000 promeneurs qui le parcourent annuellement. Forêt périurbaine, forêt universitaire, le Bois de Lauzelle est au coeur de tous les enjeux socioécologiques du XXIe siècle et de tous les défis, notamment climatiques, de la sylviculture adaptative. Ses 200 hectares abritent une biodiversité remarquable. Ils sont connectés au lac de Louvain-la-Neuve et à la Ferme de Lauzelle, la ferme maraîchère bio expérimentale de l'UCLouvain.

Après une introduction historique et quelques perspectives sur sa planification académique et son ouverture sociétale, ce livre raconte le Bois de Lauzelle au fil de textes issus d’entretiens avec son garde forestier, Jean-Claude Mangeot. Il est illustré de photographies émanant de toute la communauté d’Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve : habitants, étudiants, membres du personnel de l’UCLouvain, ainsi que de celles d’un amoureux du bois de longue date, le photographe et cinéaste nature Robert Henno.


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Publisher
Presses universitaires de Louvain
Author
Charlotte Langohr,
Collection
AEGIS
Language
French
BISAC Subject Heading
HIS042000 HISTORY / Europe / Greece
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3385 Antiquité
Title First Published
15 September 2020
Type of Work
Thesis

CD-Rom


Publication Date
15 October 2010
ISBN-13
9782874636042
Legal Copyright Date
D/2010/9964/44
Code
83557v2
List Price
278.30 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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