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eBook Soil Conservation Extension : From Concepts to Adoption ePub

by Samran Sombatpanit,Michael A. Zobisch,David W. Sanders,M. G. Cook

  • ISBN: 188610686X
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Samran Sombatpanit,Michael A. Zobisch,David W. Sanders,M. G. Cook
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Science Pub Inc (April 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 508
  • ePub book: 1317 kb
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Find nearly any book by Samran Sombatpanit. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Samran Sombatpanit, Michael A. Zobisch, David W. Sanders, M. G. Cook. ISBN 9781886106864 (978-1-886106-86-4) Softcover, Science Pub Inc, 1997.

By: S Sombatpanit, MA Zobisch, DW Sanders and MG Cook. Publisher: Science Publishers. Bestsellers in Soils & Soil Ecology.

From Concepts to Adoption. Published April 1997 by Science Publishers.

David Sanders - formerly Senior Soil Conservation Officer with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the . In: Soil Conservation Extension - from Concepts to Adoption. Sombatpanit, Zobisch, Sanders and Cook.

David Sanders - formerly Senior Soil Conservation Officer with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, now President of the World Association of Soil and Water Conservation. Eds. Soil and Water Conservation Society of Thailand. Griesbach, J-C. and Sanders, . Soil and water conservation strategies at regional, sub-regional and national levels.

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Participatory development and extension of soil and water conservation in southern Zimbabwe In: Soil Conservation Extension-from Concepts to Adoption. Sanders, Sombatpanit, I luszar and Enters. New strategies for soil conservation. Hallsworth have attempted to adapt traditional conservation practices to present-day conservation systems such as terracing, mixed cropping, mulching and shifting cultivation.

Samran Sombtpanit, Soil and Water Conservation Society of Thailand. Soil and Water Conservation Society of Thailand, 1996.

SOIL CONSERVATION David Sanders World Association of Soil and Water Conservation . Sambatpanit . Zobisch . Sanders D. and Cook M. (ed. (1997). Soil Conservation Extension: From Concepts to Adoption.

SOIL CONSERVATION David Sanders World Association of Soil and Water Conservation, Bristol, England,UK Keywords: soil conservation, soil erosion, wind erosion, water erosion, erosion control Contents. U sa n M es pl C e o– C e h o ap L te ss r s. 1. Introduction 2. The Past Problems of Land Degradation 3. Modern Soil Conservation 4. Erosion Processes and Soil-Conservation Technology .

And adoption is the key word. Though efforts at conserving soil started half-a-century ago, success has been moderate. Technologies have not been adopted, especially in developing countries where the problems are more grave. And the reason was not new: lack of communication between technology suppliers and the users. Efforts to involve communities whose land was at stake was lacking.

These are select papers from the 1995 Workshop on Soil Conservation Extension, held at Chiangmai in Thailand. The conference was held in the context of acknowledging that soil conservation schemes have failed in many countries - this material analyses why and how, and suggests remedies.