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Land development and desertification


, : Land development and desertification. Problems of Desert Development ( 6): 24-32

This paper examines historical aspects and dynamics of rangeland use, former and current techniques of livestock grazing, pasture management and improvement, irrigated crop farming, and water supply in the Turkmenistan desert zone. Land salinization and waterlogging and their prevention, urbanization and industrial development are reviewed.

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