4 edition of Ecological development in the humid tropics found in the catalog.
Ecological development in the humid tropics
by Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development in Morrilton, Ark
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Ariel E. Lugo, John R. Clark, R. Dennis Child ; Jay M. Savage, chairman, advisory committee|
|Contributions||Lugo, Ariel E, Clark, John R., 1927-, Child, R. Dennis, Savage, Jay Mathers, AID/NPS Cooperative Program (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 362 p. :|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||88028050|
Book: Sustainable agricultural development in the humid tropics of Southeast Asia: a case study of changing land use in a rural area of West-Sumatra, Indonesia pp pp. Abstract: The long-term ecological, agricultural and socio-economic changes in a typical rural area of the humid tropics tropics Subject Category: Climate Related. Symposium on Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation, Kuching, Sarawak, Symposium on Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation. [N.p.] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sarawak (Malaysia); Unesco. South East Asia Science Cooperation Office. .
Provinces lying within the American humid tropics contain some million hectares, of which the most important are the Amazonian (%), the Paranan or Brazilian Rain Forest (%), the Madeiran (%), the Guyanan (%) and the Yungas (%). These five provinces contain more than 84 percent of the American humid tropics. The Workshop on Agro-forestry in the African Humid Tropics was co-sponsored by the United Nations University and the International Development Research Centre, with the collaboration of the International Council for Research on Agro-forestry, the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture, the University of Ibadan, and the Federal.
Among the unique features that make Human Adaptability outstanding as both a textbook for students and a reference book for professionals are a complete discussion of the development of ecological anthropology and relevant research methods; the use of an ecosystem approach with emphasis on arctic, high altitude, arid land, grassland, tropical. Poore, D.: , Ecological guidelines for the development of the American humid tropics. pp. –, In: “The use of ecological guidelines for development in the American humid tropics.” International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Publication (New Series) No. Google Scholar.
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Suggested Citation:"DEVELOPMENT OF THE HUMID TROPICS."National Research Council. Ecological Aspects of Development in the Humid gton, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / : Ecological Aspects of Development in the Humid Tropics (): National Research Council (U. S.): Books. Suggested Citation:"HUMID TROPICAL ECOSYSTEMS."National Research Council.
Ecological Aspects of Development in the Humid gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Suggested Citation:"SURFACE WATER RESOURCES IN THE HUMID TROPICS."National Research Council. Ecological Aspects of Development in the Humid gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Suggested Citation:""Development" of the Humid Tropics."National Research Council.
Ecological Aspects of Development in the Humid gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Committee on Selected Biological Problems in the Humid Tropics. Ecological aspects of development in the humid tropics.
Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.). Committee on Selected Biological Problems in the Humid Tropics.
ISBN. Book: Ecological aspects of development in the humid tropics pp pp. pages Abstract: It is the aim of this report to indicate the chief patterns through which people utilize the humid tropics tropics Subject Category: Climate Related.
Ecological management and sustainable development in the humid tropics of Costa Rica. Ecological management and sustainable development in the humid tropics of Costa Rica Article (PDF Available) in Ecological Engineering 34(4). Next to production, environmental concerns are very important for the sustainable management of the humid tropics.
Fig. 22 An ecological approach to sustainable land use in the humid tropics. The sustainability of a land-use system depends on. EARTH to farmers: Extension and the adoption of environmental technologies in the humid tropics of Costa Rica Melanie J.
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10 Ecological Guidelines for Development in the American Humid Tropics If ecological considerations are to be of real use, they need to be taken into account well before some of the other factors influencing decision-making: for example, the natural relationships of a development area must first be under.
Ecological development in the humid tropics. Morrilton, Ark.: Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ariel E Lugo; John R Clark; R Dennis Child; Jay Mathers Savage; AID/NPS Cooperative Program (U.S.).
Get this from a library. Environmental guidelines for resettlement projects in the humid tropics. [Peter R Burbridge; Richard B Norgaard; Gary S Hartshorn] -- This report is the first result of an ongoing effort to provide practical advice and guidance to the specialists who formulate resettlement and other development projects, and to the environmental.
Environmental Change and Episodic Etchplantation in the Humid Tropics of Sierra Leone: the Koidu Etchplain M.F. Thomas and M.B. Thorp A Provisional World Map of Duricrust M. Petit Tectonic Background to Long-Term Landform Development in Tropical Africa M.A.
Summerfield Proceedings of [an] international meeting on the use of ecological guidelines for development in the American humid tropics held at Caracas, Venezuela, February Download this publication Full library record.
ISHS X International Symposium on Banana: ISHS - ProMusa Symposium on Agroecological Approaches to Promote Innovative Banana Production Systems Experimental approaches for agro-ecological management of black leaf streak in dry and humid tropical conditions.
Thle publication, together with reports hy FAO (l9T8a, ^) and the Vforld Bank (), have been used as major source materials in drafting this present paper.
Characteristics and Potential of Humid Tropical Ecosystems Some Ecological Characteristics of Humid Tropical Zones Climate and extent. The tropics encompass a wide variety of environmental conditions sharing high radiation and high temperatures, whilst the timing and annual amount of the rainfall and the seasonal moisture pattern enable the distinction between humid tropical, seasonal wet tropical and arid tropical zones and of the savannah and rain forest environments .As a result of its great areal extent, the tropical.This chapter is focused on streams in mountainous regions of the humid tropics that currently receive – mm or more of precipitation each year.
Figure 1 contains a generalized map of their occurrence that was developed from our knowledge of their distribution and by identifying ecoregions of tropical and subtropical humid montane forests (Olson et al., ).