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The Asian agricultural environment and the greenhouse effect


, : The Asian agricultural environment and the greenhouse effect. Developments in Soil Science 20: 267-274

The contributions to global warming by agricultural practices and deforestation are described in an Asian context. The particular hazards faced by coastal areas and the Himalayan region are identified. Remote sensing of land degradation is discussed.


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