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Management of local land in the Comoro Islands: farmers' logic and the evolution of ecosystems

, : Management of local land in the Comoro Islands: farmers' logic and the evolution of ecosystems. Cahiers de la Recherche Developpement ( 42): 77-93

The reactions of Comoran farmers in the presence of innovations proposed for soil protection and reclamation for over forty years vary according to socioeconomic and structural constraints: above all according to logic responding to the problems raised by the increased land holding pressure resulting from population growth and the need to use the labour force available.

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