Swidden-Fallow Agroforestry in the Peruvian Amazon (Advances in Economic Botany Vol. 5) download epub
by William M. Denevan,Christine Padoch
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O Mertz, C Padoch, J Fox, RA Cramb, SJ Leisz, NT Lam, TD Vien
WM Denevan, C Padoch, GT Prance, JM Treacy, J Unruh, JB Alcorn,. Advances in economic botany 5, i-107, 1988. Appreciating agrodiversity: a look at the dynamism and diversity of indigenous farming practices. H Brookfield, C Padoch. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 36 (5), 6-45, 1994. Swidden change in Southeast Asia: understanding causes and consequences. O Mertz, C Padoch, J Fox, RA Cramb, SJ Leisz, NT Lam, TD Vien. Human Ecology 37 (3), 259-264, 2009.
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Denevan, William M. Padoch, Christine. Abstract: Monographic Series: Advances in economic botany. Monographic Series n. 5. Conference: Imprint
Advances in Economic Botany, V. Padoch, C. 1987. The economic importance and marketing of forest and fallow products in the Iquitos region.
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William M. Denevan and Christi. Advances in economic botany - Vol. Classifications. Download for print-disabled. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published 1988 by New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, . Shifting cultivation, Agriculture, Indians of South America, Bora Indians.
has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Deforestation, Forest Fallowing, and Soil Conservation in Shifting Cultivation. Estimation of Phosphorus Bioavailability in the Water Column of the Bronx River, New York. AUTHORS: Yoshito Takasaki. KEYWORDS: Shifting Cultivation; Deforestation; Forest Fallowing; Soil Conservation. JOURNAL NAME: Theoretical Economics Letters, Vo. N. A, August 27, 2013. ABSTRACT: To design effective policies for rainforest conservation in shifting cultivation systems, it is crucial to have a better understanding of shifting cultivators’ decision making.
Modifying subsistence bush fallow agriculture to include papaya and Musa production for market in the wet Peruvian tropics.
Advances in Economic Botany 5. Ewel, . Berish, . Brown, . Price, N. & Raich, J. Slash and burn impacts on a Costa Rican wet forest site. Modifying subsistence bush fallow agriculture to include papaya and Musa production for market in the wet Peruvian tropics. Proceedings of 34th Congress of the Interamerican Society for Tropical Horticulture. Human Ecology 17:401–426. Toro, J. & Atlee, C. Agronomic Practices for Cassava Production.
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Agricultural Sciences
Publisher: New York Botanical Garden (December 30, 1987)
Pages: 107 pages