Leonidas G. Liacos

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School of Agriculture and Forestry
Aristotelion University of Thessaloniki

Publications in Fire Ecology

Present Studies and History of Burning in Greece, with an Introduction by Vasilios P. Papanastasis
Pages: 1-13
DOI: 10.4996/fireecology.1103001

Greece, to those who know it only from archeological books and its ancient architecture, is associated with rocks, and bare mountains of white fine-granular marble, decorated by fine-sculptured temples, all built of white marble.

Probably, the small size pine-tree grove, ideally matched with scattered columnar cypress and olive trees, which commonly constitute the frame that beautifies the ancient Greek landscape, do not prevent [readers] from wondering whether Greeks, being in an arid country, had no choice in selecting their building material.  [Read More]

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