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Session D: Socio-economic constraints and expected results of the application of comprehensive policies for soil conservation and land management



Session D: Socio-economic constraints and expected results of the application of comprehensive policies for soil conservation and land management



Water erosion Abridged proceedings of the International IHP/MAB Symposium on Water Erosion, Varna, Bulgaria, September 1988: 91-100



Papers from the title session of an IHP/MAB symposium are summarized; they review soil conservation programmes, the use of pecuniary sanctions and modelling and monitoring erosion in Bulgaria, and also the need for coordination of erosion research between European countries.

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