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שלח באימייל הדפס
 
Name: Avi Perevolotsky, Prof. (Retiree)
Units: Plant SciencesNatural Resources
Research Interests / Job description  
Tel:  03-9683389
Cell: 050-6220380
Fax:03-9669583
Email:  avi@volcani.agri.gov.il
Office location:Gene Bank, Room 105
Address:Department of Agronomy and Natural Resources
Institute of Plant Sciences
Agricultural Research Organization - the Volcani Center
P.O.Box 6, Bet Dagan
ISRAEL 50250

Scientific Committee - Nekudat Chen
Board of Management - Israel Gene Bank

Research Interests / Job description
Ecosystem management; plant-animal interactions; nature conservation; ecological forestry

ממשק יער נטוע וחקר תהליכים אקולוגיים מרכזיים בו (סוקצסיה, יחסי אלון-אורן, השפעת בצורת)

 Mediterranean ecosystemsStudy of the structure and function of Mediterranean ecosystems, and their management under different land uses
 Goat grazing behaviorCharacterization of goat grazing behavior in different foraging environments, and its ecological impact
 Mixed forestPlanted Forest management and studying principal ecological processes (succession, pine-oak relations, drought impact)
 BiodiversityStudy of biodiversity patterns within complex Mediterranean landscapes composed of patches of herbaceous vegetation within a woody matrix
 Nature conservationDefining the ecological basis for management of protected areas in order to achieve conservation goals

Publications

Articles in reviewed journals

Articles in reviewed journals in Hebrew

Books, Book Chapters, and Invited Reviews

Articles in reviewed journals

Dovrat, G., Perevolotsky, A. and Ne'eman, G. (in press). Wild boars as seed dispersal agents of exotic plants from agricultural lands to conservation areas. Journal of Arid Environments

Svoray, T. Perevolotsky, A. and M. Atkinson, P. (in press). Ecological sustainability in rangelands: the contribution of remote sensing. International Journal of Remote Sensing

Shafran-Nathan, R., Svoray, T. and Perevolotsky, A. (in press). Continuous droughts effect on herbaceous vegetation cover and productivity in rangelands: Results from close-range photography and spatial analysis. International Journal of Remote Sensing

Levin, N., Watson, J.E.M., Joseph, L.N., Grantham, H.S., Hadar, L., Apel, N., Perevolotsky, A., DeMalach, N., Possingham, H.P. and Kark, S. (in press). A framework for systematic conservation planning and management of Mediterranean landscapes. Biological Conservation

Shafran-Nathan, R., Svoray, T. and Perevolotsky, A. (in press). The resilience of annual vegetation primary production subjected to different climate change scenarios. Climatic Change

Glasser, T.A., Landau, S.Y., Ungar, E.D., Perevolotsky, A., Dvash, L., Muklada, H., Kababya, D. and Walker, J.W. (2012) Foraging selectivity of three goat breeds in a Mediterranean shrubland. Small Ruminant Research 102:7–12.

Gabay, O., Perevolotsky, A. and Shachak, M. (2012) How landscape modulators function: woody plant impact on seed dispersal and abiotic filtering. Plant Ecology 213: 685–693.

Bar Massada, A., Perevolotsky, A. Kent, R., Blank, L., Hadar, L. and Carmel, Y. (2012) Automated segmentation of vegetation structure units in a Mediterranean landscape. International Journal of Remote Sensing 33:346–364.

Koniak, G., Noy-Meir, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (2011) Modelling dynamics of ecosystem services basket in Mediterranean landscapes: a tool for rational management. Landscape Ecology 26:109–124.

Gabay, O., Perevolotsky, A., Bar Massada, A., Carmel, Y. and Shachak, M. (2011) Differential effects of goat browsing on herbaceous plant community in a two-phase mosaic. Plant Ecology 212:1643–1653.

Henkin, Z., Ungar, E.D., Dvash, L., Perevolotsky, A., Yehuda, Y., Sternberg, M., Voet H. and Landau, S.Y. (2011) Effects of cattle grazing on herbage quality in a herbaceous Mediterranean rangeland. Grass and Forage Science 66:516–525.

Perevolotsky, A., Schwartz-Tzachor, R.,Yonathan, R. and Ne'eman, G. (2011) Geophytes-herbivore interactions: reproduction and population dynamics of Anemone coronaria L. Plant Ecology 212:563–571.

Perevolotsky, A.and Efrat Sheffer (2011) Integrated management of heterogeneous landscape - the Mediterranean Israel as a study case. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 57:111–128.

Glasser, T.A., Landau, S.Y., Ungar, E.D., Perevolotsky, A., Dvash, L. Muklada, Stavi, I., Perevolotsky, A. and Avni, Y. (2010) Effects of gully formation and headcut retreat on primary production in an arid rangeland: Natural desertification in action. Journal of Arid Environments 74:221–228.

Inbar, M., Izhaki, I., Koplovich, A., Lupo, I., Silanikove, N., Glasser, T., Gerchman, Y., Perevolotsky, A. and Lev-Yadun, S. (2010) Why do many galls have conspicuous colors? Arthropod-Plant Interactions 4:1–6.

Henkin, Z., Perevolotsky, A. and Sternberg, M. (2010) Vulnerability of Mediterranean grasslands to climate change: What can we learn from a long-term experiment? Options Mediterraneennes 92:167–174.

Hanovice-Ziony, M., Gollop, N., Landau, S.Y., Ungar, E.D., Muklada, H., Glasser, T.A., Perevolotsky, A. and Walker, J.W. (2010) No major role for binding by salivary proteins as a defense against dietary tannins in Mediterranean goats. Journal of Chemical Ecology 36:736–743.

Perevolotsky, A. and Sheffer, E. (2009) Forest Management in Israel - The Ecological Alternative. Israel J. of Plant Science 53:203-213.

Koniak, G., Noy-Meir, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (2009) Estimating multiple benefits from vegetation in Mediterranean ecosystems. Biodiversity and Conservation 18:3483-3501.

Henkin, Z., Perevolotsky, A., Rosenfeld, A., Brosh, A., Provenza, F. and Silanikove, N. (2009) The effect of Polyethylene glycol on browsing behaviour of beef cattle in a tanniferous shrubby Mediterranean range. Livestock Science 126:245-251.

Glasser, T.A., Ungar, E.D., Landau, S.Y., Perevolotsky, A., Muklada, H. and Walker, J.W. (2009) Breed and maternal effects on the intake of tannin-rich browse by juvenile domestic goats (Capra hircus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 119:71-77.

Gabay, O., Perevolotsky, A. and Shachak, M. (2008). Landscape mosaic for enhancing biodiversity - at what scale and how to maintain it? Options Méditerranénnes 79:45-50.

Aboling, S., Sternberg, M., Perevolotsky, A. and Kigel, J. (2008) Effects of cattle grazing timing and intensity on soil seed banks and regeneration strategies in a Mediterranean grassland. Community Ecology 9 (suppl.): 97-106.

Svoray, T., Shafran-Nathana, Rakefet, Henkin, Z. and Perevolotsky, A. (2008) Spatially and temporally explicit modeling of conditions for primary production of annuals in dry environments. Ecological Modeling 218:339-353.

Glasser, T., Landau, S., Ungar, E.D., Perevolotsky, A., Dvash, L., Muklada, H., Kababya, D., Walker, J.W. (2008) A fecal NIRS-aided methodology to determine goat dietary composition in a Mediterranean shrubland. Journal of Animal Science 86:1345-1356.

Schwartz-Tzachor, R. Izhaki, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (2008) The role of seasonality and climatic factors in shaping the community composition of mediterranean butterflies. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 54:105-110.

Shachak, M., Boeken, B., Groner, E., Kadmon, R., Lubin, Y., Meron, E., Neeman, G., Perevolotsky, A., Shkedy, Y. and Ungar, E. (2008) Woody Species as Landscape Modulators and their Effect on Biodiversity Patterns. BioScience 58:209-221.

Bar Massada, A., Gabay, O., Perevolotsky, A. and Carmel, Y. (2008) Quantifying the effect of grazing and shrub-clearing on small scale spatial pattern of vegetation. Landscape Ecology 23:327-339.

Osem, Y. Ginsberg, P. Tauber, I., Atzmon, N. and Perevolotsky, A. (2008) Sustainable management of Mediterranean planted coniferous forests: an Israeli definition. Journal of Forestry 106:38-46.

Barazani, O., Hadas, R., Perevolotsky, A. (2008) A problem of the rich: Prioritizing local plant genetic resources for ex-situ conservation in Israel. Biological Conservation 141:596-600.

Arnon, A., Ungar, E.D., Svoray, T., Shachak, M., Blankman, J. and Perevolotsky, A. (2007) The application of remote sensing to study shrub-herbaceous relations at a high spatial resolution. Israel Journal of Plant Science 55:73-82.

Osem, Y., Irit Konsens, A. Perevolotsky and Jaime Kigel (2007) Soil seed bank and seedling emergence of Sarcopoterium spinosum as affected by grazing in a patchy semiarid shrubland. Israel Journal of Plant Science 55:35-43.

Glasser, T., Landau, S., Muklada, H., Dvash, L., Perevolotsky, A. and Ungar, E.D. (2007) Monitoring diet composition and quality of ranging goats by fecal NIRS. Options Méditerranéennes 74:243-248.

Olsvig-Whittaker, L., Frankenberg, E., Perevolotsky, A. and Ungar, E.D. (2006) Grazing, overgrazing and conservation: Changing concepts and practices in the Negev rangelands. Science et changements planétaires 17:195-9.

Aharon, H., Henkin, Z., Ungar, E.D., Kababya, D., Baram, H., Perevolotsky, A. and Landau, S. (2006) Utilization of Mediterranean woodland and scrubland by Boer and Mamber goats. Small Ruminant Research 69:144-153.

Perevolotsky, A. (2006) Livestock grazing and biodiversity conservation in Mediterranean environments: The Israeli experience. Options Mediterraneennes

Osem, Y., Perevolotsky, A. and Kigel, J. (2006) Similarity between seed bank and vegetation in a semiarid annual plant community: The role of productivity and grazing. Journal of Vegetation Science 17:29-36.

Perevolotsky, A. (2005) Conserving Mediterranean Ecosystems: a Challenge for Landscape Ecology. Israel J. of Plant Science 53:203-213.

Lavi, Ayala, Perevolotsky, A., Kigel, J. And Noy-Meir, I. (2005) Invasion of Pinus halepensis from plantations into adjacent natural habitats. Applied Vegetation Science 8:85-92.

Landau, S., Glasser, T., Muklada, H., Dvash, L., Perevolotsky, A., Ungar, E.D., Walker, J.W. (2005) Fecal NIRS prediction of dietary protein percentage and in vitro dry matter digestibility in diets ingested by goats in Mediterranean scrubland. Small Ruminant Research 59:251-263.

Henkin, Z., M. Gutman, Hava Aharon, A. Perevolotsky, E.D. Ungar, N.G. Seligman (2005) Suitability of Mediterranean oak woodland for beef herd husbandry. Agriculture, Environment, Ecosystems 109:255-261.

Osem, Y., Perevolotsky, A. and Kigel, J. (2004) Site productivity and plant size explain the response of annual species to grazing exclusion in a Mediterranean semi-arid rangeland. Journal of Ecology 92:297-309.

Svoray, T., Shoshany, M. and Perevolotsky, A. (2003) Mediterranean rangeland response to human intervention: a remote sensing and GIS study. Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 4:3-11.

Sternberg, M., Gutman, M., Perevolotsky, A. and Kigel, J. (2003) Effects of grazing on soil seed bank dynamics: An approach with functional groups. Journal of Vegetation Science 14:375-386.

Perevolotsky, A., Ettinger, E. Schwartz-Tzachor, R. and Yonatan, R. (2002) Management of Fuel Breaks in the Israeli Mediterranean ecosystem: The case of Ramat Hanadiv Park. Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 3:13-22.

Osem, Y., Perevolotsky, A. and Kigel, J. (2002) Grazing effect on diversity of annual plant communities in a semi-arid rangeland: interactions with small-scale spatial and temporal variation in primary productivity. Journal of Ecology 90:936-946.

Landau, Y., Silanikove, N., R. Nitsan, Provenza, F.D. and Perevolotsky, A. (2002) Polyethylene-Glycol affects goats' feeding in a Tannin-rich environment. Journal of Range Management 55:598-603.

Zaady, E., Yonatan, R., Shachak, M. and Perevolotsky, A. (2001) The effect of grazing on abiotic and biotic parameters in a semiarid ecosystem: a case study from the northern Negev desert, Israel. Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation 15:245-261.

Perevolotsky, A., Ne'eman, G. Yonatan, R. and Henkin, Z. (2001) Resilience of the dwarf shrub prickly burnet to management in east Mediterranean rangelands Journal of Range Management 54:561-566.

Silanikove, N., Perevolotsky, A. and Provenza, F.D. (2001) Use of tannin-binding chemicals to assay for tannins and their negative postingestive effects in ruminants. Animal Feed Science and Technology 91:69-81.

Titus, C., Provenza, F.D., Perevolotsky, A., Silanikove, N. And Rogosic, J. (2001) Preference for current season's and older growth blackbrush by goats supplemented with polyethylene glycol. Journal of Range Management 54:161-165.

Svoray, T., Shoshany, M., Curran, P.J., Foody, G.M. and Perevolotsky, A. (2001) Relationship between green leaf biomass volumetric density and ERS-2 SAR backscatter of four vegetation formations in the semi-arid zone of Israel. International Journal of Remote Sensing 22:1601-1607.

Landau, S., Egber, A., Shlosberg, A., Belaich, M. and Perevolotsky, A. (2000) Creating aversion to toxic plants in ewe-lambs: the example of Ferula communis. Options Méditerranéennes 39:165-170.

Landau, Y., Silanikove, N., Nitsan, Z., Barkai, D., Baram, H. Provenza, F.D. and Perevolotsky, A. (2000) Short-term changes in eating patterns explain the effects of condensed tannins on feed intake in heifers. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 69:199-213.

Titus, C.H., Provenza, F.D., Perevolotsky, A. and Silanikove, N. (2000) Preferences for foods varying in macronutrients and tannins by lambs supplemented with polyethylene glycol. Journal of Animal Science 78:1443-1449.

Gilboa, N., Perevolotsky, A., Landau, S., Nitsan, Z. and Silanikove, N. (2000) Increasing productivity in goats grazing Mediterranean woodland and scrubland by supplementation of polyethylene glycol. Small Ruminant Research 38:183-194.

Hadar, Liat, Noy-Meir, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (2000) Scale-dependent effects of fuel break management on herbaceous community diversity in a Mediterranean garrigue. Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 1:237-248.

Provenza, F.D., Elizabeth A. Burritt, Perevolotsky, A. and Silanikove, N. (2000) Self regulation of intake of polyethylene glycol by sheep fed diets varying in tannin concentration. Journal of Animal Science 78:1206-1212.

Sternberg, M., Gutman, M., Perevolotsky, A., Ungar, E., and Kigel, J. (2000) Vegetation response to grazing management in a Mediterranean herbaceous community: a functional group approach. Journal of Applied Ecology 37:224-237.

Landau, S., Perevolotsky, A., Bonfil, D., Barkai, D. and Silanikove, N. (2000) Utilization of low quality resources by small ruminants in Mediterranean agro-pastoral systems: the case of browse and aftermath cereal stubble. Livestock Production Science 64:39-49.

Itzigson, R., Burdman, S., Okon, Y., Zaady, E., Yonatan, R. and Perevolotsky, A. (2000) Plant-Growth promotion in natural pastures by inoculation with Azospirillum brasilense under sub-optimal growth conditions. Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation 13:151-158.

Shoshany, M., Svoray, T., Curran, P.J., Foody, G.M. and Perevolotsky, A. (2000) The relationship between ERS-2 SAR backscatter and soil moisture: generalization from a humid to semi-arid transect. International Journal of Remote Sensing 21:2337-2343.

Gutman, M., Perevolotsky, A. and Sternberg, M. (2000) Grazing effects on a the perennial legume Bituminaria bituminosa in a Mediterranean rangeland. Options Méditerranéennes 45:299-303.

Lev-Yadun, S., Atzmon, N. and Perevolotsky, A. (2000) Grafting to save the forests. Trends in Plant Science 5:94.

Landau, S., Ben-Moshe, E., Shlosberg, A., Bellaiche, M. and Perevolotsky, A. (1999) Conditioned aversion to minimize Ferula communis intake by orphaned lambs. Journal of Range Management 52:436-439.

Hadar, Liat, Noy-Meir, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (1999) The effect of shrub clearing and heavy grazing on the composition of Mediterranean plant community at the functional group and the species level. Journal of Vegetation Science 10:673-682.

Geffen Hagit, Perevolotsky ,A., Geffen, E. and Yom-Tov, Y. (1999) Utilization of space and social organization of female mountain gazelles (Gazella gazella gazella) in Ramat Hanadiv, Israel. Journal of Zoology (London) 247:113-119.

Perevolotsky, A. and M. Etienne (1999) La gestion raisonnee des parcours du dassin mediterraneen: un defi pour le XXI siecle. Options Méditerranéennes 39:129-136.

Gutman, M., Perevolotsky, A., Ungar, E., Sternberg, M. and Kigel, J. (1999) Mediterranean herbaceous vegetation response to high animal density and grazing deferment: implications for management and conservation. Options Méditerranéennes 39:161-164.

Egber, A., Perevolotsky, A., Yonatan, R., Shlosberg, A., Belaich, M. Landau, S. (1998) Creating aversion to giant fennel (Ferula communis) in weaned orphaned lambs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 61:51-62.

Rosen, B. and Perevolotsky, A. (1998) The function of ‘desert kites' - hunting or domestication? Paléorient 24:107-111.

Kababia, Dorit, Perevolotsky, A., Bruckental, I. and Landau, S.(1998) Selection of diets by dual-purpose mamber goats in Mediterranean woodland. Journal of Agricultural Science 131:221-228.

Perevolotsky, A., and Seligman, N.G. (1998) Degradation of Mediterranean rangeland ecosystems by grazing: inversion of a paradigm. BioScience 48:1007-1017.

Perevolotsky, A., Landau, S., Kababia, D. and Ungar, E.D. (1998) Diet selection in dairy goats grazing dry woody Mediterranean rangeland. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 57:117-131.

Ne'eman, G., Perevolotsky, A. and Schiller, G. (1997) The management implications of the Mt. Carmel Research Project. International Journal of Wildland Fire 7:343-350.

Ginguld, M., Perevolotsky, A. and Ungar, E.D. (1997) Living on the margins: livelihood strategies of Bedouin herd-owners in Northern Negev, Israel. Human Ecology 25:567-591.

Silanikove, N., Gilboa, N., Perevolotsky, A. and Z. Nitsan. (1997) Effect of foliage-tannins on feeding activity in goats. Options Méditerranéennes 34A:43-47.

Kababya, Dorit, Perevolotsky, A., Bruckental, I. and Landau, S. (1997) Nutritional potential of woody vegetation for local goats in Israel. Options Méditerranéennes 34A:47-52.

Silanikove, N., Gilboa, N., Perevolotsky, A. and Nitzsan, Z. (1996) Goats fed tannin-containing leaves do not exhibit toxic syndromes. Small Ruminant Research 21:195-201.

Silanikove, N., Gilboa, N., Perevolotsky, A. and Nitzsan, Z. (1996) Effect of a daily supplementation of polyethylene glycol on intake and digestion of tannin-containing leaves (Quercus calliprinos, Pistacia lentiscus and Ceratonia siliqua) by goats. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 44:199-205.

Perevolotsky, A. (1995) Conservation, reclamation and grazing in the northern Negev: contradictory or complementary concepts? Pastoral Development Network, Network Paper 38a. London: ODI.

Perevolotsky, A. (1995) What determines grazing preference for Mediterranean woody species? Options Méditerranéennes 12:221-224.

Zaady, E. and Perevolotsky, A. (1995) Enhancement of growth and establishment of oak seedlings (Quercus ithaburensis Decaisne) by inoculation with Azospirillum brasilense. Forest Ecology and Management 72:81-83.

Silanikove, N., Nitzsan, Z. and Perevolotsky, A. (1994) Intake and digestion of carob (Ceratonia siliquia) leaves by sheep as affected by daily supplementation of tannin-binding chemical. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 42:2844-2847.

Perevolotsky, A. (1994) Tannins in Mediterranean woodland plants: a test of some prevailing ecological hypotheses. Oikos 71:333-340.

Zaady, E., Okon, Y. and Perevolotsky, A. (1994) Growth response of Mediterranean herbaceous swards to inoculation with Azospirillum brasilense. Journal of Range Management 47:12-15.

Zaady, E. Okon, Y. and Perevolotsky, A. (1993) Plant growth promotion effects of Azospirillum brasilense CD by inoculation of aggregated vs. single cells. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 25:819-823.

Landau, S., Vecht, J. and Perevolotsky, A. (1993) The effect of two levels of concentrate supplementation on milk production and composition, and the energy status of dairy goats browsing Mediterranean scrubland. Small Ruminant Research 11:378-389.

Perevolotsky, A. et al., (1993) Nutritional value of common oak (Quercus calliprinos) browse as fodder for goats: experimental results in ecological perspective. Small Ruminant Research 11:95-106.

Lehmann, T. and Perevolotsky, A. (1993) Small mammals in coniferous plantations and native environment in southern Mt. Carmel, Israel. Mammalia 56:575-585.

Perevolotsky, A. and Haimov, Y. (1992) Structural response of Mediterranean woodland species to disturbance: evidence of different defense strategies. Israel Journal of Botany 40:305-313.

Perevolotsky, A. and Haimov, Y. (1992) The effect of thinning and goat browsing on the structure and development of the Mediterranean woodland in Israel. Forest Ecology & Management 49:61-74.

Perevolotsky, A. (1991) Goats and scapegoats - the overgrazing controversy in Piura, Peru. Small Ruminant Research 4:199-215.

Perevolotsky, A. and Baharav, D. (1991) The distribution of 'desert kites' in eastern Sinai and sub-regional carrying capacity. Journal of Arid Environments 20:239-249.

Finkelstein, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (1990) Process of sedentarization and nomadization in the history of Sinai and the Negev. Bulletin of the Amer. Schools of Oriental Research 279:67-88.

Perevolotsky, A. (1990) Goat production systems in Piura, Peru: A multidisciplinary analysis. Agricultural Systems 32:55-81.

Perevolotsky, A., Perevolotsky, Ayelet and Noy-Meir, I. (1989) Environmental adaptation and economic change in a pastoral nomadic society: The case of the Jebaliyah Bedouin of the Mt. Sinai region. Mountain Research and Development 9:153-164.

Perevolotsky, A. (1987) Territoriality and resource sharing among the Bedouin of southern Sinai: A socio-ecological interpretation. Journal of Arid Environments 13:153-161.

Perevolotsky, A. (1986) To sell or not to sell - a pastoralist dilemma: A lesson from the slaughterhouse. Human Ecology 14:287-310.

Perevolotsky, A. and Finkelstein, I. (1985) The southern Sinai exodus route in ecological perspective. Biblical Archaeology Review 11:26-41.

Perevolotsky, A. (1981) Orchard agriculture in the high mountain region of southern Sinai. Human Ecology 9:331-357.

Dmiel, R., Perevolotsky, A. and Shkolnik, A. (1980) Is a black coat in the desert a means of saving metabolic energy? Nature 283:761-762.

Articles in reviewed journals in Hebrew

Lavi, Ayala, Perevolotsky, A., Kigel, H. and Noy-Meir, I. (2004) The spread of Pinus halepensis from planted forests to natural vegetation. Forest 5-6: 12-18.

Schiller, G., Perevolotsky, A., Schwartz-Tsachor, R., Yonatan, R. and Ettinger, E. (2001) Tree growth as influenced by site conditions as Ramat Hanadiv Park: An overview. Ecology and Environment 6: 218-222.

Perevolotsky, A. (2001) The management of the Ramat Hanadiv Park: An overview. Ecology and Environment 6: 287-290.

Perevolotsky, A. (2001) Research as a guiding tool in the Ramat Hanadiv Project. Ecology and Environment 6: 144-147.

Perevolotsky, A. (2001) The Ramat Hanadiv Park: an ecological description. Ecology and Environment 6: 141-143.

Hadar, Liat, Noy-Meir, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (2001) The effect of fuel-break management (grazing and shrub clearing) on plant community composition at Ramat Hanadiv Park. Ecology and Environment 6: 252-261.

Perevolotsky, A., Ettinger, E., Schwartz-Tsachor, R. and Yonatan, R. (2001) Management of fuel-breaks in the Israeli Mediterranean ecosystem: the case of Ramat Hanadiv Park. Ecology and Environment 6: 248-251.

Gutman, M., Perevolotsky, A., Yonatan, R., and Gutman, R. (2001) Grazing as a management tool for prevention of fire in open areas: Ramat Hanadiv Park (1990-1999). Ecology and Environment 6: 239-247.

Schwartz-Tsachor, R., Ne'eman, G. and Perevolotsky, A. (2001) Anomenia and Grazing in Ramat Hanadiv Park - prelimenary results. Ecology and Environment 6: 178-180.

Polak, G., Schwartz-Tsachor, R. and Perevolotsky, A. (2001) The timing and the intensity of phenological events in Phillyrea latifolia under mediterranean climatic conditions and disturbance regimes. Ecology and Environment 6: 156-169.

Perevolotsky, A. (1999) Interrelationships between conservation, landscape development and grazing in the northern Negev. Ecology and Environment 5(2-3):190-199.

Osem, Y., Sternberg, M., Perevolotsky, A. and Kigel, J. (1999) Species composition and abundance of annual plants in the seed-bank and in the vegetation in a semiarid region in the northern Negev as affected by sheep grazing. Ecology and Environment 5(2-3):180-189.

Zaady, E., Eliasaf, R., Yonatan, R., Dvash, Levana and Perevolotsky, A. (1999) Ecosystem response to sheep grazing: the case of Park Sayeret Shaked in the northern Negev. Ecology and Environment 5(2-3):167-179.

Ungar, E.D., Perevolotsky, A., Yonatan, R., Barkai, D., Hefetz, Y. and Baram, Hagit (1999) Primary production of natural pastures of the hilly northern Negev - contributory factors and management applications. Ecology and Environment 5(2-3):130-139.

Perevolotsky, A. (1997) Grazing and nature conservation - management, diversity and desertification. Ecology and Environment 3(4):245-248.

Svorai, T., Shoshani, M. and Perevolotsky, A. (1996) Human impact on the Mediterranean woodlands: quantitative analysis based on remote sensing techniques. Ecology and Environment 3(3):155-159.

Broide, H., Kaplan, M. and Perevolotsky, A. (1996) The development of woody vegetation in the Ramat Hanadiv Park and the impact of fire: A historical survey based on aerial photos. Ecology and Environment 2(3):127-132.

Perevolotsky, A., Ettinger, A., Schwartz, R., Yonatan, R. Gutman, M., and Altshuler, Y. (1996) Fuel breaks for preventing fire: testing a management model in reality. Ecology and Environment 2(3):103-112.

Perevolotsky, A., Ne'eman, G. and Schiller, G. (1996) The 1989 fire in Mt. Carmel: The management lesson. Ecology and Environment 2(3):113-120.

Ne'eman, G., Perevolotsky, A., Henkin, Z. and Yonatan, R. (1995) Vegetation response to fertilizer application and shrub control in a prickly Burnet batha on chalky foothills in the lower Galilee. Hassadeh 75:64-69.

Ettinger, A., Perevolotsky, A., Gutman, M., Yonatan, R. and Altshuler, Y. (1995) Fire prevention in Mediterranean ecosystems: The management of fuel brakes. Hassadeh 75:70-74.

Perevolotsky, A. (1994) Nature conservation or landscape management. Ecology and Environment 1:161-169.

Perevolotsky, A. and Seligman, N. (1994) The myth of overgrazing in terrestrial Mediterranean ecosystems. Ecology and Environment 1:9-24.

Ettinger, A., Perevolotsky, A., Gutman, M., Yonatan, R. and Altshuler, Y. (1993) The management of fuel brakes for reducing fire damage in wood and shrublands: preliminary field results. Hassadeh 73:910-913.

Perevolotsky, A. (1992) Fuel brakes for reducing fire damages in the forest and woodland or: the utilization of the black goat as a tool in managing Mediterranean ecosystems. Horizons in Geography 35/6:107-118.

Finkelstein, I. and Perevolotsky, A. (1989) Processes of sedentarization and nomadization in the southern deserts of Israel in historical times. Katedra 52:3-36.

Books, Book Chapters, and Invited Reviews

Perevolotsky, A., Landau, S., Silanikove, N. and Provenza, F. (2006) Upgrading tannin-rich forages by supplementing ruminants with Polyethylene Glycol (PEG). Occsional Publications - British Society of Animal Science. Nottingham: Nottingham University Press.

Perevolotsky, A., Shachak, M. and Pickett, S.T.A. (2004) Management for Biodiversity: Human and Landscape Effects on Dry Environments. In: Shachak, M., Pickett, S.T.A., Gozs, J. and Perevolotsky, A. (Eds.). Biodiversity in Drylands: Toward a Unified Framework for Research and Management. London: Oxford University Press.

Silanikove, N., Perevolotsky, A. and Provenza, F.D. (2002) Use of tannin-binding chemicals to assay for tannins and their postingestive effects in ruminants. Proceedings of the IX International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology. Wallingford, Oxon: CAB International.

Perevolotsky, A. (2001) Special Editors of Ecology and Environment 6(3-4) devoted to research at the Ramat Hanadiv Park. (in Hebrew)

Shachak, M. and Perevolotsky, A. (1999) Special Editors of Ecology and Environment 5(3-2) devoted to the Savannization Project. (in Hebrew)

Perevolotsky, A. and Polak, G. (2000) Ecology: Theory and the Israeli Experience. Jerusalem: Carta. 780 pp. (in Hebrew)

Ne'eman, G. and Perevolotsky, A. (2000) The management of burnt forests in Israel. In: Ecology, Biogeography and Management of Pinus halepensis and P. Brutia Forest Ecosystems in the Mediterranean Basin. Ne'eman, G. and Trabaud, L. (Eds.) Leiden, The Netherlands: Backhuys Publishers. Pp. 1-13.

Perevolotsky, A. (1999) Natural conservation, reclamation and livestock grazing in the northern Negev: Contradictory or complementary concepts? In: Hoekstra, T.W. and Shachak, M. (eds.) Arid Lands Management - Toward Ecological Sustainability. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Joyce, L.A. (+ 9 co-authors including Perevolotsky) (1999) Ecosystem-level consequences of management options. In: Arid Lands Management: Toward Ecological Sustainability. Hoekstra, T.W. and Shachak, M. (Eds.) Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Perevolotsky, A. (1996) Factors affecting diet preference of goats grazing on dry Mediterranean scrubland in Israel. In: Western European Silvopastoral Systems. (M. Etienne, ed.). Paris: INRA.

Perevolotsky, A., Ne'eman, G. and Haim, A, (1996) Special Editors of Ecology and Environment 3(1-2) devoted to research in Mt. Carmel after the 1989 fire. (in Hebrew)

Landau, S., Perevolotsky, A. Y. Carasso and Ratner, D. (1995) Goat husbandry and production systems in Israel. In: Goat Production Systems in the Mediterranean Basin. (A. El-Laisch, S. Landau, A. Bourbouze, R. Rubino, and P. Morand-Fehr, eds.), pp. 136-159. Wageningen Press, Wageningen.

Seligman, N.G. and Perevolotsky, A. (1994) Has intensive grazing by domestic livestock degraded the old world Mediterranean rangelands? In: Plant-Animal Interactions in Mediterranean Ecosystems. ( M. Arianoutsou and R.S. Groves, eds.), pp. 93-103. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Perevolotsky, A., Lachman, E. and Polak, G. (1992) The Mediterranean Scrubland. Tel Aviv: SPNI. pp.152.

Perevolotsky, A. and Landau, S.Y. (1992) Grazing rights in the promised land: historical and ecological perspectives of pastoral land tenure in Israel. In: Les Terres Collectives et Domaniales en Mediterranee: Legislation, Modes D'utilisation par les Animaux et Perspectives. (A. Bourbouze and R. Rubino, eds.), pp. 119-135. Villa d'Agri, FAO, Rome.

Perevolotsky, A. (1992) Goats and crops in Piura: Integration versus conflict. In: Plants, Animals and People: Interdisciplinary Perspective on Crop/Livestock Interactions. (C.M. McCorkle, ed.), pp. 23-50. Westview, Boulder, USA.

Perevolotsky, A. (1991) Animal-plant interactions: contemporary progress and future challenges. In: The Proceedings of the Fourth International Rangeland Congress. (A. Gaston et al., eds.), pp. 1099-1104. CIRAD, Montpellier. (An invited review).

Getraida, S. and Perevolotsky, A. (1990) The Ecology and Biology of the Mountain Gazelle (Gazella G. Gazella) in Ramat Hanadiv. Tel Aviv: The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel. (In Hebrew with English summary, 44 pp).

Perevolotsky, A. and Baharav, D. (1987) The abundance of `desert kites' in eastern Sinai - an ecological analysis. In: Sinai (G. Gvirtzman, et al., eds.), pp. 595-603. Eretz, Tel Aviv (In Hebrew).

Perevolotsky, A. (1987) Herder-farmer relationships in the tropical desert of Piura: The role of uncertainty and variable environment. In: Arid Land Use Strategies and Risk Management in the Andes (D.L. Browman, ed.), pp. 25-56. Westview Press, Boulder, USA.

Perevolotsky, A. (1980) Human activity and settlements in the High Mountain Region of southern Sinai. In: Sinai in Antiquity (Z. Meshel I. Finkelstein, eds.), pp. 411-419. Hakibutz Hameuchad, Tel Aviv (In Hebrew).

Perevolotsky, A. (1980) "Desert Kites" near Jabal Guna - an ecological explanation. In: Sinai in Antiquity (Z. Meshel I. Finkelstein, eds.), pp.289-294. Hakibutz Hameuchad, Tel Aviv (In Hebrew).

Perevolotsky, A. (1979) Aspects of the Bedouin judical practice in southern Sinai. SPNI, Tel Aviv (In Hebrew with an English summary, pp. 75).

Perevolotsky, A. and Perevolotsky, Ayelet (1979) Subsistence patterns of the Jebaliyah Bedouin in the High Mountain Region of southern Sinai. SPNI, Tel Aviv (In Hebrew with an English summary, pp. 96).

Perevolotsky, A., Oren, E. and Izraeli, R. (1979) The Sinai and the Gaza Plain Israel Guide, Volume 9. Keter, Jerusalem. (In Hebrew, pp 340).

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