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Análisis Socioeconómico Y Ambiental De La Ganadería En Suelos Degradados De San Francisco Libre, Nicaragua

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  • Jany Mary Jarquin Mejia

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En Nicaragua, las prácticas agropecuarias que tradicionalmente se han venido implementando a través del tiempo, han incidido en la sobreexplotación de los recursos naturales y en la degradación de los suelos. En zonas secas como San Francisco Libre, la ganadería extensiva, las quemas y principalmente la extracción de leña, han venido erosionando los suelos, reduciendo la infiltración del agua de lluvia, así como la irreparable pérdida de la flora y la fauna de los ecosistemas remanentes. Este ensayo pretende dar a conocer los efectos que la actividad ganadera ha tenido sobre los aspectos socioeconómicos y ambientales de este municipio.

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  • Jany Mary Jarquin Mejia, 2012. "Análisis Socioeconómico Y Ambiental De La Ganadería En Suelos Degradados De San Francisco Libre, Nicaragua," Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 173, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2012:i:173:1
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