The library is an ever-growing repository in which the Med-O-Med community can find research and scientific publications –fully or partially reproduced- that could be of interest due to their content being related to the subject of the program and its geographical scope.

García Sánchez, ExpiraciónCrops of al-Andalus and its influence on food 1988
Eléxpuru, InésCuando el agua salta y canta 2011
Mallarach, Josep MaríaIntervention of the major cloister of Poblet’s monastery in the ancient andalusí border 2012
Almagro Gorbea, AntonioThe Andalusi Garden 2008
Glick, Thomas F.Archaeological sense of water institutions. Berber irrigation and Spanish irrigation 1988
Benkirane, Iman MeriemMeknes began an experience that urban agriculture will flourish 2011
Mawrey, RichardMed-O-Med in Historic Gardens Review 2013
García Sánchez, ExpiraciónThe foods in the Islamic Andalusia: Cereals and pulses 1983
Juan y Seva San Martín, AlbertoThe Mediterranean garden 2007
García Sánchez, ExpiraciónOrnamental Plants in Agricultural and Botanical Treatises from al-Andalus 2007
Mallarach, Josep MariaThe case of the murabitun / amrabd, ancient sacred natural sites in al Hoceima National Park, Morocco 2010
García Sánchez, ExpiraciónUtility and Aesthetics in the Gardens of al-Andalus 2008
Navarro Palazón, JulioWater in the Andalusian city 2010
Jah, Cherif AbderrahmanEl enigma del agua en Al-Andalus 2012
García Sánchez, ExpiraciónSources of the andalusian agronomists 2009
Werner, LouisSeeds of High Asia 2012
Sawalha, KhaledIslam and Nature. Natural balance is based on Divine balance 2014
Elena García Quevedo, fotos Carlos PérezSeeds for the future 2010
Caro Baroja, JulioIrrigations and agnations 1988
Teller, MathewA Wadi runs through it 2012
Jah, Cherif AbderrahmanThe gardens of al-Andalus 2001
Tito Rojo, José y Casares Porcel, ManuelThe restoration of the Botanical Garden of the University of Granada 1997
Tito Rojo, José ; Casares Porcel, ManuelThe Hispano-Arab garden: the gardens of al-Andalus and their legacy 2011
Ansari, NaziaThe Islamic Garden 2011
Jah, Cherif AbderrahmanAndalusian poetry and gardens 2001
Casares Porcel, ManuelOrigin and causes of landscape transformation in the historic districts of the city of Granada 2010
Álvarez de Morales, CamiloThe Zootechnia in the Arabic agricultural texts 1990
Jah, Cherif AbderrahmanAgriculture and Botany 2001
Santos Guerra, ArnoldoWandering through gardens 2008
Arjona Castro, AntonioThe Guadalquivir 2012
Jah, Cherif AbderrahmanA musical interlude 2013
Rodríguez, BasilioTime for food sovereignty 2009
Santos Guerra, ArnoldoThe Orotava garden: a walk through history of him 2005
Guillén Berrendero, JavierThe voices of Water 2012
Guillén Berrendero, Francisco JavierBiodiversity in the Mediterranean and Middle East: I International Seminar Med-O-Med 2010
Eléxpuru, InésProducts of the garden: fruits and vegetables 1994
Pereira Espasandín, DavidEffect of the biocombustibles on the human development: analysis and social certification 2009
Carabaza Bravo, Julia [et al.]Trees and shrubs in al-Andalus 2004
Eléxpuru, InésCereals, legumes and oleaginous fruits 1994
Casares Poncel, ManuelPresentation fo the book El Enigma del Agua en al-Andalus 2012
Jah, Cherif AbderrhamanNature and Islam, 7º WEEC 2014
Manzano, EduardoAgrarian systems in al-Andalus: an approach to rural agrarian 1988
Delgado, R. [et al.]The historic man-made soils of the Generalife garden (La Alhambra, Granada, Spain) 2007
Frochoso, RafaelHydraulic managments, from Rome to Al-Andalus 2012
Abderrahman Jah, CherifThe Spiritual Garden 2014
Hernández Bermejo, Esteban y García Sánchez, ExpiraciónTulips: An Ornamental Crop in the Andalusian Middle Ages 2009
Casares Porcel, Manuel y Tito Rojo, JoséThe Generalife after the expulsion of the Moriscos 2010
Casares Porcel, ManuelThe Moorish Myrtle, History and Recovery of Alhambra Garden lost species 2012
García Sánchez, Expiración y Ramón-Laca Menéndez de Luarca, LuisSebesten and sumac, two fruits imported from the East during the Middle Ages 2001
Eléxpuru, InésCrafts of Tenerife: the wood 2000
Royal Botanic Garden of JordanThe Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan 2012
García Legal, AnaThe living farming heritage of the Dílar River in Granada 2014
7th WEEC works have been published
Moral, Celia delGardens and fountains in al-Andalus through poetry 2009
Kabiri, LahcenWind dynamics study in Southern East of Morocco 2013
The Spiritual Garden
Jah, Cherif AbderrahmanThe Qanats in al-Andalus 2012
Jah, Cherif AbderrahmanA few words of Cherif Abderrahman Jah about the water in Islam 2012

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