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Economic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques in Marginal Upland Agriculture: Integrated Report and Proceedings of a Workshop, held in Seoul, Korea, May 20-22, 1998


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    Economic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques in Marginal Upland Agriculture, by Min-Jae Kim; Message of the Executive Secretary, United Nation Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, by Adrianus Moo; Opening Statement, by Sangwoo Park Opening Statement, by Haruo Inagaki; Opening Statement, by Kyuyong Suh; Current Status and Future Tasks in Marginal Upland Agriculture, by Sangwoo Park; Economic Assessment of Selected Management Practices for Efficient Use of Saline-Sodic Water in Arid and Semiarid Subtropical India, by Mahander Singh; Irrigated Ecosystem in India - Sustainability Issues, by R. L. Yadav; Economic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques in Marginal Upland Agriculture of Mawlasnai, Meghalaya; N.E. Region of India, by Gour Chandra Munda; Sustainable Upland Agriculture in North Eastern Hills (N.E.H.) Region of India, by N.D. Verma; Economic Assessment of Terracing Technique in Guizhou Province of China, by Gu Shuzhong; Comments Concerning Terracing in Guizhou Province, by Cheng Shengkui; Economic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques Focusing on Terracing in Qinghai Province, by Ni Hongxing; Comments on Terracing in Qinghai Province, by Li Weigou; Energy Audit as Measurement of Agricultural Sustainability, by R.C. Maheshwari; Evaluation of Soil and Water Conservation in the Marginal Upland Areas, by Pil-Kyun Jung; Agricultural Situation in the Areas with Unfavorable Farming Conditions in Korea, by Gyu-Cheon Lee and Naewon Oh; Sustainable Highland Agriculture: Thailand's Experience, by Vute Wangwacharakul; Closing Remarks, by Sangwoo Park; Closing Remarks, by Haruo Inagaki

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    This book is provided by United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA) in its series Monographs with number 32736 and published in 2000.

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    Keywords: marginal farms; upland areas; resource management; economics; Environmental Economics and Policy; International Development; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy;


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