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Land evaluation for resource management and land use planning - a conceptual approach


, : Land evaluation for resource management and land use planning - a conceptual approach. Agropedology 3: 1-12

After general considerations on land use planning and resource management, the advantages of planning at the microwatershed level are discussed, with particular reference to Indian conditions.

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