Edited By: ML Parry, TR Carter and NT Konijn
764 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
It is an admirable book in its breadth and depth. It is authoritative, up-to-date, extensively referenced and illustrated. There are many tables of data ... Put it high on your list of recommendations for library purchase.' E. Linacre, Australian Geographer, November 1989 ... this is a book which should be read by all planners and policy makers as well as agricultural scientists who are endeavouring to have a complete knowledge of their subject.' W.J. Ridgman, Journal of Agricultural Science, Vol. 113, 1989 In addition this volume contains a lot of data about climatic and other site factors influencing biomass production as well as about economic conditions in the different regions. Together with volume 2 this volume provides an important basis for ecologists as well as for economists for studying the interaction between climate and plant growth and biomass production in the different regions of the world.' Agroforestry Systems, 10, 1990
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