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with an Emphasis on the Sahelian Countries. Henk Breman, Jan-Joost Kessler.

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Advanced Series in Agricultural Sciences. This book provides a quantitative analysis of the role of woody plants in semi-arid regions, for the aSSessment of their benefits in d-use systems with productive and sus tainability objectives. The insights presented and conclusions drawn allow the additional benefits of woody plants for specific climatic and physical site conditions and land-use systems to be estimated. The Sahel and Sudan zones in West Africa, on which the book focusses, represent resource-poor conditions, whose ecological dynamics have been relatively well studied. Factors Limiting and Affecting the Use of Market Information Systems in Sahelian Countries. 97156 109 Downloads 221 Views Citations.

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Woody Plants in Agro-Ecosystems of Semi-Arid Regions Henk Breman; Jan-Joost Kessler Springer 9783642792090 : This book provides a quantitative analysis of the role of woody plants in semi-arid. 2011 Серия: Advanced Series in Agricultural Sciences Язык: English Издание: Softcover reprint of Иллюстрации: 75 black & white tables, biography Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 1 cm Читательская аудитория: Professional & vocational Основная тема: Agriculture Подзаголовок: with an Emphasis on the Sahelian Countries Рейтинг

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This book provides a quantitative analysis of the role of woody plants in semi-arid regions, for the aSSessment of their benefits in d-use systems with productive and sus- tainability objectives.