Sustainability Assessment In Agriculture: Annotated Bibliography And Resource List Of Methods
AbstractSustainability assessment is fundamental to improving the long-term viability of agricultural systems. A variety of assessment tools have been developed for the practitioner to evaluate sustainability at multiple levels, from field to farm. This report is a compilation of annotated references on assessment methods from published and unpublished sources. Each section contains a methodological description, a list of published sources, and a list of relevant programs and contacts. While not exhaustive, the report presents a range of tools and applications that are currently in use or are in testing for future use.
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- Lohr, Luanne & Park, Timothy A. & Wetzstein, Michael E., 1997.
"Voluntary Economic And Environmental Risk Tradeoffs In Crop Protection Decisions,"
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- Lohr, Luanne & Park, Timothy A. & Wetzstein, Michael E., 1998. "Voluntary Economic And Environmental Risk Tradeoffs In Crop Protection Decisions," Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association, vol. 27(1), April.
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