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Year: 2010
Landslides are major natural hazards in Nepal, and efforts are underway to treat small-scale landslides with people’s participation
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Year: 2008
This book provides a broad coverage of soil and water conservation (SWC) technologies and approaches globally, but with local focus
Year: 2008
Integrating cover crops and green manures helps farmers rehabilitate degraded soils in highland areas
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Year: 2008
Getting farmers to adopt new technologies to address soil erosion and fertility problems is not easy
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Year: 2007
This discussion paper is based on micro-level analysis of adaptation that focuses on tactical decisions farmers make in response to seasonal variations in climatic, economic, and other factors in Southern Africa
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Year: 2007
Trees and shrubs on the lower hillsides in Nepal form symbiosis with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and these fungi are important for the uptake of mineral nutrients from the soil and the mycelia formed by the fungi have an important function in stabilising the soil
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Year: 2007
Plant diversity, water, and soil conservation of man-made versus natural forests in Mouding (25°24′09″ N, 101°28′18″ E), mid-Yunnan, were investigated and analysed
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