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RKH WMP MADEIRA 1:45.000 - Landkarten & Stadtpläne
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Madeira (1:45.000) Hochreißfeste und 100% wasserfeste Landkarte „Madeira“ aus der Serie world mapping project. Reise Know-How Landkarten zeichnen sich durch besonders stabiles Kunststoffpapier aus, das beschreibbar ist wie Papier, sogar mit Bleistift. Der Pappumschlag ist abnehmbar, so dass sich die Karte bequem in jede Tasche stecken lässt. Eine Schutzhülle ist nicht erforderlich. Die kartografische Darstellung konzentriert sich auf die wichtigsten Informationen für Reisende und ist besonders gut lesbar. Statt einer Schummerung werden farbige Höhenschichten verwendet. Höhenlinien mit Höhenangaben Farbige Höhenschichten Klassifiziertes Straßennetz mit Entfernungsangaben Sehenswürdigkeiten Ausführlicher Ortsindex GPS-genau Längen- und Breitengrade UTM-Gitter Fünfsprachige Legende (deutsch, englisch, französisch, spanisch, russisch) Landkarte Maßstab: 1:45.000 Format: ca. 70x100 cm 2-seitig Material: PolyArt (reiß- und wasserfest, beschreibbar) Umschlag aus Pappe (Karte kann herausgenommen und ohne Umschlag benutzt werden) Auflage: 8. aktualisierte Auflage 2017 ISBN: 978-3-8317-7349-7

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DuMont Reise-Taschenbuch Madeira (ISBN: 9783616...
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Reiseführer Länder und Regionen / DuMont / Land & Region Madeira / Taschenbuch

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Reiseführer Länder und Regionen / DuMont / Land & Region Madeira / Taschenbuch

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ISBN A Field Guide to the Birds of the Atlantic...
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This is the first comprehensive field guide dealing exclusively withthe birds of this spectacular region. It covers all resident, migrantand vagrant species found in Macaronesia which comprises the CanaryIslands, Madeira, Azores and Cape Verde. Over 450 species areillustrated with full details of all the plumages and major races likelyto be encountered. Concise text describes identification, status,range, habits and voice.This authoritative book will not only be an indispensable guide tothe visiting birder, but also a vital tool for those engaged in work toconserve and study the avifauna of this region. The Atlantic Islandsshelter a remarkable diversity of birds, many seriously endangered withsmall and vulnerable ranges.

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Flora of Madeira
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Flora of Madeira is the first book to describe fully all of the vascular plants of the Madeiran and Salvage Islands. It covers over 1360 species of native and naturalized plants, many of them little known. A high proportion of taxa, some 16%, are endemic to the islands themselves or are restricted to Macaronesia (the collective name for the archipelagos of the Azores, Madeira, Salvages, Canaries and Cape Verdes). Isolated from other land-masses, the Madeiran islands are botanically rich and diverse, and the rugged and beautiful landscape embraces a broad range of habitats. Madeira also contains the most extensive remaining areas of laurisilva, the evergreen forest which is the last representative of the ancient Tethyan forests of S. Europe and N. Africa. The remove Salvage Islands have a smaller but equally interesting flora. Flora provides descriptions and keys for taxa at all levels, as well as information on habitats, distributions and flowering times. Local names are also cited. Fifty-seven plates of original drawings illustrate 212 of the Madeiran and Macaronesian endemic taxa, some of them depicted for the first time. Introductory chapters describe the geography of the islands, the main vegetation types and the extensive measures being implemented to conserve this unique flora. Flora of the Madeira is the only fully comprehensive publication on the wild flora of the Madeiran and Salvage Islands, for use as both a reference work and a field guide. This book is a digital reprint of ISBN 0-11-310017-5 (1994).

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Flora of Madeira
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Flora of Madeira is the first book to describe fully all of the vascular plants of the Madeiran and Salvage Islands. It covers over 1360 species of native and naturalized plants, many of them little known. A high proportion of taxa, some 16%, are endemic to the islands themselves or are restricted to Macaronesia (the collective name for the archipelagos of the Azores, Madeira, Salvages, Canaries and Cape Verdes). Isolated from other land-masses, the Madeiran islands are botanically rich and diverse, and the rugged and beautiful landscape embraces a broad range of habitats. Madeira also contains the most extensive remaining areas of laurisilva, the evergreen forest which is the last representative of the ancient Tethyan forests of S. Europe and N. Africa. The remove Salvage Islands have a smaller but equally interesting flora. Flora provides descriptions and keys for taxa at all levels, as well as information on habitats, distributions and flowering times. Local names are also cited. Fifty-seven plates of original drawings illustrate 212 of the Madeiran and Macaronesian endemic taxa, some of them depicted for the first time. Introductory chapters describe the geography of the islands, the main vegetation types and the extensive measures being implemented to conserve this unique flora. Flora of the Madeira is the only fully comprehensive publication on the wild flora of the Madeiran and Salvage Islands, for use as both a reference work and a field guide. This book is a digital reprint of ISBN 0-11-310017-5 (1994).

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Flora of Madeira
116,99 € *
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Flora of Madeira is the first book to describe fully all of the vascular plants of the Madeiran and Salvage Islands. It covers over 1360 species of native and naturalized plants, many of them little known. A high proportion of taxa, some 16%, are endemic to the islands themselves or are restricted to Macaronesia (the collective name for the archipelagos of the Azores, Madeira, Salvages, Canaries and Cape Verdes). Isolated from other land-masses, the Madeiran islands are botanically rich and diverse, and the rugged and beautiful landscape embraces a broad range of habitats. Madeira also contains the most extensive remaining areas of laurisilva, the evergreen forest which is the last representative of the ancient Tethyan forests of S. Europe and N. Africa. The remove Salvage Islands have a smaller but equally interesting flora. Flora provides descriptions and keys for taxa at all levels, as well as information on habitats, distributions and flowering times. Local names are also cited. Fifty-seven plates of original drawings illustrate 212 of the Madeiran and Macaronesian endemic taxa, some of them depicted for the first time. Introductory chapters describe the geography of the islands, the main vegetation types and the extensive measures being implemented to conserve this unique flora. Flora of the Madeira is the only fully comprehensive publication on the wild flora of the Madeiran and Salvage Islands, for use as both a reference work and a field guide. This book is a digital reprint of ISBN 0-11-310017-5 (1994).

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