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Selection of forest belts and multiple cropping subsystems in the agroforestry system on slopes in the hilly region of Sichuan Basin



Selection of forest belts and multiple cropping subsystems in the agroforestry system on slopes in the hilly region of Sichuan Basin



Scientia Silvae Sinicae 36(1): 21-27



Based on investigations of the characteristics of forest belts and multiple cropping systems (together forming an agroforestry system) on the slopes of the hilly region of Sichuan Basin in China, indexes were selected for evaluating the structure, functions and benefits (ecological, economic and social) of the systems. Using the indexes, 6 types of forest belts and 10 multiple cropping subsystems were evaluated comprehensively by the AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process) method.

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