Study Regarding Integration Of Natural Disadvantaged Agricultural Areas In Economic Cycle
The agriculture potential output is influenced by several factors. Some of them are general, centered on economic and financial leverages; others are more specific, focusing on natural disasters vector results. Yet all of them can generate local microclimate and environmental changes that reflect on economical dimension of agricultural exploitations or areas. Our study is based on analysis, synthesis and data processing from specific areas of Bacau County and aims to provide social rehabilitation and economical integration support decision suggestions.
Volume (Year): 49 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1-2 (04)
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