Sustainable development in western China: Managing people, livestock and grasslands in pastoral areas (2010)

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China has the world's 3rd largest area of grassland, covering 42% of its territory and representing its largest terrestial ecosystem. These grasslands are mainly concentrated in border and ethnic minority areas of Inner Mongolia, Tibet, Xinjiang, Qinghai, Gansu and western Sichuan, all of which fall within the pruview of a national programme to "develop the West."
Language: English
Imprint: Reviewed: Colin G Brown, Scott A Waldron, John W Longworth. Cheltenham, United Kingdom. Edward Elgar. 2008. In Mountain Research and Development 30(1):59-60. 2010
Series: Book review,