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Crisanto Martín Montañés

Affiliation: Instituto Geológico y Minero de España

Biography: Not available

Ricardo Salas Martín

Affiliation: Tecnología de la Naturaleza, S.L.

Biography: Not available

Juan Carlos Rubio Campos

Affiliation: Instituto Geológico y Minero de España

Biography: Not available

Antonio González Ramón

Affiliation: Instituto Geológico y Minero de España

Biography: Not available

Miguel Villalobos Megía

Affiliation: Tecnología de la Naturaleza, S.L.

Biography: Not available

Inmaculada Jiménez Terrón

Affiliation: Arqueóloga Consultora

Biography: Not available

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Crisanto Martín Montañés; Ricardo Salas Martín; Juan Carlos Rubio Campos; Antonio González Ramón; Miguel Villalobos Megía; Inmaculada Jiménez Terrón

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Publication year: 2011

Language: Spanish

Collection: Groundwater and Natural Parks

Review:

TheNatural Park Sierra de Andújar is a Natural Park where hydrogeology involves truly special features. This zone presents a remarkable development of igneous and metamorphic materials, with a predominance of granites and slates. Even though all the water present on our planet Earth can be understood as a single unit —the Hydrosphere— these guides pay very particular attention to the hidden stage of the hydrogeological cycle in which groundwater is the protagonist. This hidden “vehicle of nature”, to paraphrase Leonardo da Vinci, holds the key to understanding water in each one of its states and types, whether solid, liquid or gaseous, existing underground, at surface, or in soil. The Sierra of Andújar was declared a Natural Park by the Junta de Andalucía in 1989. This space was included, in 2003, in the network of Zones of Special Protection for Birds (in Spanish, ZEPA), thereby becoming part of the European network of protected spaces, Natura 2000. The Natural Park of Sierra of Andújar, with an extension of 74,774 hectares, includes the municipalities of Andújar, Baños de la Encina, Marmolejo and Villanueva de la Reina. It is located in the northwestern sector of the province of Jaen, along the eastern part of Sierra Morena.

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Physical Description : 153 p.; ils; 23 cm + 1 map.

ISBN: 978-84-7840-871-9

Publication: Madrid : Geological Survey of Spain, 2011

Reference IGME: 6403/9

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