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Restoration of degraded inland valley watersheds in West Africa: Eco-technology approach

2002

Wakatsuki Toshiyuki, Shimane University, Matsue (Japan). Faculty of Life and Environmental Science | Otoo Ernest, Crops Research Institute, Kumasi (Ghana) | Olaniyan, Godwin O., National Cereal Research Institute, Bida (Nigeria)


Bibliographic information
Pagination
p. 589
Other Subjects
Sawah hypothesis; Soil degradation and restoration; Inland valley watershed; Eco-technology:geological fertilization theory
Language
English
Note
Summary only
Type
Conference; Summary; Non-Conventional
Source
Proceedings of 17th world congress of soil science: Abstracts volume II, Department of Land Development, Bangkok (Thailand), The Soil and Fertilizer Society of Thailand, Bangkok (Thailand), International Union of Soil Sciences, Bangkok (Thailand).- Bangkok (Thailand), 2002.- p. 589
Conference
17. World congress of soil science, Bangkok (Thailand), 14-21 Aug 2002

2012-10-15
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