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Sustainable Use and Management of Soils Arid and Semiarid Regions

Proceedings
Series: Advances in GeoEcology Volume: 36
Edited By: A Faz Cano, R Ortiz Silla and AR Mermut
Publisher: Catena
Sustainable Use and Management of Soils
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This book contains a wide range of papers presented at the Symposium on Sustainable Land Use and Management of Soils in Arid and Semiarid Regions held in Cartagena, Murcia, Spain, 22nd to 26th September, 2002. Drylands are in the high-risk areas. Erratic rainfall, land degradation, inadequate technologies used, and inappropriate inputs result in unpredictable food production. The objective of the workshop was to widen our understanding of the nature and dynamics of vegetation growth and resilience and encourage the practice of sustainable management in the susceptible drylands.

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Proceedings
Series: Advances in GeoEcology Volume: 36
Edited By: A Faz Cano, R Ortiz Silla and AR Mermut
Publisher: Catena
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