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Swidden farming and secondary vegetation: two case studies from Northern Thailand



Swidden farming and secondary vegetation: two case studies from Northern Thailand



Counting the costs: economic growth and environmental change in Thailand: 47-64



A preliminary report is given on the two major categories of swidden farming (shifting cultivation) practised by hill peoples in the highlands of northern Thailand, and of the resulting types of vegetation, based on field research carried out in 1990-92.

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