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The Mediterranean Diet

Author : Marissa Cloutier
ISBN : 0061747572
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Scientists have discovered that traditional Mediterranean cuisine is one of the most healthful, nutritious diets in the world—one that can help everyone lose weight and enjoy lower rates of coronary heart disease and other chronic conditions, including diabetes and cancer. From tasty Moroccan vegetable stew to rosemary focaccia, from eggplant parmesan to lemon almond cake, The Mediterranean Diet offers a program that will make dieters everywhere—and food lovers in general—rejoice. Includes a 7-day eating plan chock full of savory meals Essential in-depth nutritional information about each food category A 3-day exercise plan Luscious soup-to-nuts recipes designed to satisfy your individual tastes Lose weight and worry with every delicious meal!

Die Stratigraphie Der Alpin Mediterranen Trias The Stratigraphy Of The Alpine Mediterranean Triassic

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ISBN : 9783709144978
Genre : Science
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Organisiert im Hinblick auf das Internationale Geologische Korrelationsprogramm (IGCP)

The Eastern Mediterranean As A Laboratory Basin For The Assessment Of Contrasting Ecosystems

Author : Paola Malanotte-Rizzoli
ISBN : 0792355857
Genre : Science
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This book is the outcome of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "The Eastern Mediterranean as a laboratory basin for the assessment of contrasting ecosystems" that was held in Kiev, Ukraine, March 23-27, 1998. The scientific rationale of the workshop can be summarized as follows. The Eastern Mediterranean is the most nutrient impoverished and oligotrophic large water body known. There is a well-defined eastward trend in nutrient ratios over the entire Mediterranean that starts at the Gibraltar Straits and, through the western basin, proceeds to the Ionian and Levantine Seas. Supply of nutrients to the entire Mediterranean is limited by inputs from the North Atlantic and various river systems along the sea. The unique feature of the Mediterranean is the presence of an eastward longitudinal trend in available nitrate/phosphate ratios. This apparently induces a west-to-east variation in the structure of the pelagic food web and trophic interactions. In this context the Mediterranean, and in particular its Eastern basin, provides probably a unique platform to explore the hypotheses related to the suggested phosphate-limitation on production and to the shift between "microbial" and "classical" modes of operation of the photic food web. The major exception of the overall oligotrophic nature of the Eastern Mediterranean is the highly eutrophic system of the Northern Adriatic Sea. Here, during the last two decades the discharges of the northern rivers (especially of the Po), together with municipal sewage, have led to a very marked increase of nutrients and subsequent imponent eutrophication events.

The Strait Of Gibraltar And The Mediterranean

Author : Scott C. Truver
ISBN : 9028607099
Genre : Political Science
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A Mediterranean Society

Author : S. D. Goitein
ISBN : 0520221583
Genre : History
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"One of the best comprehensive histories of a culture in this century."—Amos Funkenstein, Stanford University

Egypt Greece And Rome

Author : Charles Freeman
ISBN : 9780199651924
Genre : Art
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Covering more than four thousand years of ancient history, from the early Egyptians to the dawn of Byzantium, an illustrated introduction to the Mediterranean's three major civilizations examines their links and traces their influence up to the present day. UP.

Can We Talk Mediterranean?

Author : Brian A. Catlos
ISBN : 9783319557267
Genre : History
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This book provides a systematic framework for the emerging field of Mediterranean studies, collecting essays from scholars of history, literature, religion, and art history that seek a more fluid understanding of “Mediterranean.” It emphasizes the interdependence of Mediterranean regions and the rich interaction (both peaceful and bellicose, at sea and on land) between them. It avoids applying the national, cultural and ethnic categories that developed with the post-Enlightenment domination of northwestern Europe over the academy, working instead towards a dynamic and thoroughly interdisciplinary picture of the Mediterranean. Including an extensive bibliography and a conversation between leading scholars in the field, Can We Talk Mediterranean? lays the groundwork for a new critical and conceptual approach to the region.

Mediterranean Connections

Author : A. Bernard Knapp
ISBN : 9781134992768
Genre : Social Science
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Mediterranean Connections focuses on the origin and development of maritime transport containers from the Early Bronze through early Iron Age periods (ca. 3200–700 BC). Analysis of this category of objects broadens our understanding of ancient Mediterranean interregional connections, including the role that shipwrecks, seafaring, and coastal communities played in interaction and exchange. These containers have often been the subject of specific and detailed pottery studies, but have seldom been examined in the context of connectivity and trade in the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean. This broad study: considers the likely origins of these types of vessels; traces their development and spread throughout the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean as archetypal organic bulk cargo containers; discusses the wider impact on Mediterranean connections, transport and trade over a period of 2,500 years covering the Bronze and early Iron Ages. Classical and Near Eastern archaeologists and historians, as well as maritime archaeologists, will find this extensively researched volume an important addition to their library.

The Mediterranean And The Mediterranean World In The Age Of Philip Ii

Author : Fernand Braudel
ISBN : 0520203089
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Braudel's Mediterranean is a tour de force, one of the classics of this century's historical writing."—Charles Tilly, author of As Sociology Meets History

Mediterranean Diet Recipes Cookbook For Beginners

Author : Ellen Warren
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Mediterranean Diet originated from the eating patterns and way of life of the people living in Southern Italy, Greece, Spain and Turkey. It is not only nutritious but also a means to reduce diseases, live a healthy lifestyle and lose weight. Thus, it is generally known to prevent disease and also helps in weight management. Research has shown that this diet helps to protect against heart disease, cancer, depression, type-2 diabetes, dementia, metabolic complications, Alzheimer and Parkinson’s disease. Follow me step by step in this book, as I take you by the hand and explain the basics of this diet and how you can prepare these delicious recipes.

Merchants And Trade Networks In The Atlantic And The Mediterranean 1550 1800

Author : Manuel Herrero Sánchez
ISBN : 9781317282136
Genre : Business & Economics
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This collective volume explores the ways merchants managed to connect different spaces all over the globe in the early modern period by organizing the movement of goods, capital, information and cultural objects between different commercial maritime systems in the Mediterranean and Atlantic basin. Merchants and Trade Networks in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, 1550-1800 consists of four thematic blocs: theoretical considerations, the social composition of networks, connected spaces, networks between formal and informal exchange, as well as possible failures of ties. This edited volume features eleven contributions who deal with theoretical concepts such as social network analysis, globalization, social capital and trust. In addition, several chapters analyze the coexistence of mono-cultural and transnational networks, deal with network failure and shifting network geographies, and assess the impact of kinship for building up international networks between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. This work evaluates the use of specific network types for building up connections across the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Basin stretching out to Central Europe, the Northern Sea and the Pacific. This book is of interest to those who study history of economics and maritime economics, as well as historians and scholars from other disciplines working on maritime shipping, port studies, migration, foreign mercantile communities, trade policies and mercantilism.

Mediterranean Diet Cookbook

Author : David Peters
ISBN : 9788835804758
Genre : Cooking
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Heart-healthy recipes, filled with flavor and easy to prepare. The Mediterranean Diet has remained America's No 1 overall diet as recommended by top medical practitioners and health experts for the past few years. The Mediterranean Diet primarily encourages the consumption of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seafood and healthy oil. This Mediterranean Diet Cookbook has been tailored to provide you with heart-healthy recipes, that will help in effective weight loss and management, control of type II diabetes, prevention of stroke, treatment of Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s disease, improved physical agility, longevity of life and an overall optimal health. A simple guide to starting out on the Mediterranean diet, this cookbook has been carefully sectioned into various chapters for easy access to 100 sumptuous and healthy recipes. Systematically written for quick understanding, each with its own nutritional information; This Mediterranean Diet Cookbook is the only guide you need to start eating and living healthy, the Mediterranean way.

The Naval War In The Mediterranean

Author : Paul G. Halpern
ISBN : 9781317391869
Genre : History
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This volume, originally published in 1987, fills a gap in a neglected area. Looking at the entire war in the Mediterrean, the volume examines the war from the viewpoint of all the important participants, making full use of archives and manuscript collections in Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Austria and the United States. A fascinating mosaic of campaigns emerges in the Adriatic, Straits of Otranto and the Eastern Aegean. The German assistance to the tribes of Libya, the threat that Germany would get her hands on the Russian Black Sea Fleet and use it in the Mediterreanean, and the appearance and influence of the Americans in 1918 all took place against a background of rivalry between the Allies which frustrated the appointment of Jellicoe in 1918 as supreme command at sea in a role similar to that of Foch on land.

The Southern Shores Of The Mediterranean And Its Networks

Author : Patricia Lorcin
ISBN : 9781317394266
Genre : Social Science
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The majority of scholarly conceptions of the Mediterranean focus on the sea’s northern shores, with its historical epicentres of Spain, France or Italy. This book seeks to demonstrate the importance of economic, political and cultural networks emanating from the Mediterranean’s lesser-studied southern shores. The various chapters emphasize the activities that made connections between the southern shores, sub-Saharan Africa, the lands along its northern shores, and beyond to the United States. In doing so, the book avoids a Eurocentric approach and details the importance of the players and regions of the southern hinterland, in the analysis of the Mediterranean space. The cultural aspects of the North African countries, be they music, literature, film, commerce or political activism, continue to transform the public spheres of the countries along the northern shores of the Mediterranean, and beyond to the whole of the European continent. In its focus on the often overlooked North African shore, the work is an innovative contribution to the historiography of the Mediterranean region. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of North African Studies.

Oil Pollution In The Mediterranean Sea Part I

Author : Angela Carpenter
ISBN : 9783030122362
Genre : Science
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This volume offers a review of oil inputs to the Mediterranean Sea from sources such as shipping, and offshore exploration and exploitation activities. It discusses international measures to prepare for, respond to, and prevent oil pollution incidents, as well as the international legal framework and agencies with a role in pollution prevention and responses. It includes chapters on modeling the fate of oil pollution, oil spill response, and oil spill beaching probability, and presents data from a range of sources, including historic data on shipping accidents and oil exploration and exploitation activities, satellite and remote sensing data, and numerical modelling data, to provide an overview of oil pollution over several years. Topics covered include modelling of oil slicks in the eastern and western Mediterranean basins, oil exploration and exploitation activities in the waters of the Levantine Basin (Eastern Mediterranean), and signatures to and ratification of the Barcelona Convention and its Protocols, for example. Together with the companion volume Oil Pollution in the Mediterranean Sea: Part II - National Case Studies, it addresses both national and international measures in the region, making it of relevance to the agencies and government bodies tasked with remediating or preventing oil pollution, as well as policymakers and practitioners in the fields of shipping, ports and terminals, oil extraction and marine management. It provides researchers with essential reference material on tools and techniques for monitoring oil pollution, and serves as a valuable resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students in the field of marine oil pollution.

90 Day Mediterranean Diet 1500 Calorie

Author : Vincent Antonetti, PhD
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Almost all nutrition scientists consider the Mediterranean diet to be among the healthiest diets in the world. And there are quite a few Mediterranean diet books on the market - but this is the first Mediterranean Weight Loss Diet book. Go Mediterranean and get healthy and lose weight! The diet is based on pasta, crunchy Italian and French bread, vegetables, fruit, nuts, fish, wine, olive oil, some poultry and limited meat. On the 90-Day Mediterranean Diet - 1500 Calorie, most women lose 18 to 28 pounds. On the 90-Day Mediterranean Diet - 1500 Calorie, most men lose 28 to 38 pounds. Smaller adults, older adults and less active adults might lose a bit less and larger adults, younger adults and more active adults often lose much more.

Mediterranean Almanac 2021 22

Author : Lucinda Heikell
ISBN : 9781786792327
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The essential marine data resource for yachts sailing the Mediterranean, the Imray Mediterranean Almanac is published biennially with updates available in a downloadable supplement at the end of the first year. It includes: Data, waypoints and contacts for all major harbours and marinas throughout the Mediterranean Sea plus Atlantic Islands. Weather sources for radio, internet and apps Information on lights and buoys Maritime regulations, marine reserves and traffic schemes Coast radio stations and frequencies GMDSS safety and distress communications Harbour plans throughout, with the familiar Imray cartography which adds clarity to their use. There are the usual detailed revisions throughout this edition, plus many new harbour plans.

The Mediterranean Sea In The Era Of Global Change 1

Author : Christophe Migon
ISBN : 9781786304285
Genre : Science
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Due to its particular characteristics, the Mediterranean Sea is often viewed as a microcosm of the World Ocean. Its proportionally-reduced dimensions and peculiar hydrological circulation render it susceptible to environmental and climatic constraints, which are rapidly evolving. The Mediterranean is therefore an ideal site to examine, in order to better understand a number of key oceanographic phenomena. This is especially true of the Ligurian Sea where, due to its geology, oceanic conditions are found close to the coast. As such, 30 years ago, an offshore time-series site provided a fresh impetus to a long history of marine biology research, which has generated a very important body of data and knowledge. This is the first volume, in a two-volume series, that summarizes this research. Across these two books, the reader will find 13 chapters that examine the geology, physics, chemistry and biology of the Ligurian Sea ? always with the goal of providing key elements of oceanography in a changing world.

A Companion To Ethnicity In The Ancient Mediterranean

Author : Jeremy McInerney
ISBN : 9781444337341
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean presents a comprehensive collection of essays contributed by Classical Studies scholars that explore questions relating to ethnicity in the ancient Mediterranean world. Covers topics of ethnicity in civilizations ranging from ancient Egypt and Israel, to Greece and Rome, and into Late Antiquity Features cutting-edge research on ethnicity relating to Philistine, Etruscan, and Phoenician identities Reveals the explicit relationships between ancient and modern ethnicities Introduces an interpretation of ethnicity as an active component of social identity Represents a fundamental questioning of formally accepted and fixed categories in the field

Children Gender And Families In Mediterranean Welfare States

Author : Mimi Ajzenstadt
ISBN : 9048188423
Genre : Social Science
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countries in this region have been particularly limited (for an exception to this, see Petmesidou & Papatheodorou, 2006). The underlying assumption in this volume is that despite the diversity of welfare states bordering the Mediterranean Sea, some interesting commonalities are shared by these nations. Indeed, in his contribution to this volume Gal has described these nations as belonging to an extended family of welfare states that share some common characteristics and outcomes, one of which is the role of the family. By bringing together case analyses of the welfare states in the Mediterranean which focus on children, gender, and families, we maintain that it is possible to shed light on aspects of social policy that do not necessarily emerge in most discussions of these issues in the literature. The rationale inherent in a volume that focuses on a group of welfare states is of course embedded in the welfare regime typology notion that has dominated much of the comparative social policy literature over the last two decades. The publication of Esping Andersen’s seminal work, The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism in 1990 (and his related 1999 book), which distinguished between three welfare regimes, became a landmark for comparative work of social policies in various countries. Esping-Andersen regarded his typology as a useful tool for comparison between welfare states because it allowed “for greater analytical parsimony and help[s] us to see the forest rather than myriad trees” (1999, p. 73).

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