|Editorial office||Josef Fanta, Henk Siepel|
|Format||16.5 x 24 cm|
|Pictures||richly illustrated, full color|
|Year of publication||2010|
Man has had a complex relationship with inland drift sands through the ages. For some centuries these landscapes were seen as a threat, especially to agriculture and housing.
This book considers the processes, origin, conservation and restoration of this very special but harsh biotope, one that is characterised by fields of lichens with sparse grasses and heather alongside a range of special animal, fungi and plant species.