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6 Conclusions The long-lasting, complex- and mixed forms of agro-forestry systems and landscapes, such as the polyculture (coltura promiscua), is ascribable and can be associated with different and innumerable agricultural land uses and different kinds of landscape conﬁgurations. These landscapes have developed from the intricate historic processes that have produced their cultural identiﬁcation and evolution over the passage of time.
Biodiv Conserv 24. 1007/s10531-0150965-x Koohafkan P, Altieri MA (2011) Globally important agricultural heritage systems: a legacy for the future. FAO, Rome Loh J, Harmon D (2014) Biocultural diversity: threatened species, endangered languages. WWF Netherlands, Zeist, The Netherlands 18 M. Agnoletti and F. Emanueli Loreau M (2000) Are communities saturated? On the relationship between α, β and γ diversity. Ecol Lett 3:73–76 Loreau M, Mouquet N, Gonzalez A (2010) Biodiversity as spatial insurance in heterogeneous landscapes.
2008; Barbera and Cullotta 2012). Today, the entire Mediterranean is characterized by landscape patterns whose compositions result from countless long and complex cultural and historical processes that developed in an equally complex and varied environment. However, the pressure on these landscapes and their rapid transformation by the current practices of agricultural intensiﬁcation, crop abandonment and urbanization (Farina 2000; MacDonald et al. 2000; Stoate et al. 2009) into more modern landscapes, calls out for a better deﬁnition of some of the more complex traditional ways of using land and its relative rural landscapes.