2 edition of Agricultural ecology in subtropical regions. found in the catalog.
Agricultural ecology in subtropical regions.
Michael Y. Nuttonson
Bibliography: p. 57-60.
|Series||American Institute of Crop Ecology. [International agro-climatological series. Study]|
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|Pagination||60 p. maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
The subtropics are geographic and climate zones located roughly between the tropics at latitude ° (the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn) and temperate zones (normally referring to latitudes 35–°) north and south of the Equator. Subtropical climates are often characterized by hot summers and mild winters with infrequent frost. Field Crops Research is an international journal publishing scientific articles on: √ experimental and modelling research at field, farm and landscape levels on temperate and tropical crops and cropping systems, with a focus on crop ecology and physiology, agronomy.
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The current contribution of agriculture to deforestation varies by region, with industrial agriculture being responsible for 30% of deforestation in Africa and Asia, but close to 70% in Latin America. The most significant agricultural drivers of deforestation include soy, palm oil, and cattle ranching. According to a survey conducted in , the four leading international companies installed of the anaerobic wastewater treatment plants in tropical and subtropical regions. 77 plants were installed in Brazil, followed by India (75), China (43), Mexico (22), Philippines (22), Taiwan (21), and Thailand (14).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nuttonson, M.Y. (Michael Y.), Agricultural ecology in subtropical regions. [Washington, American Institute of Crop. Joachim Sauerborn studied agricultural sciences at the universities Giessen and Hohenheim, Germany. He conducted studies on weed ecology and agroecology in tropical and subtropical regions and spent a Agricultural ecology in subtropical regions.
book period at the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas in Aleppo, Syria. properties, characteristics, genesis, classification and agricultural evaluation of soils in the tropics and subtropics. It is intended for young soil scientists who have followed courses in soil science and who want to know more about the most important soils of tropical and subtropical regions.
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All reque~ts should be addressed to!he Publisher in tllefirst inslance. The Subtropical Vegetation of Southwestern China: Plant Distribution, Diversity and Ecology. Chapter 1 Introduction Abstract The region known as southwestern China (SW China, 21o08′32′′ o20′N, 97 o30′ o10′E) includes Yunnan, Sichuan, Guizhou provinces and Chongqing Municipality.
Abstract. In warm subtropical regions of the world, stonefruit production has rapidly increased during the past 10 years due to the ready availability of high-quality low-chill stonefruit germplasm (Sharpe et al., ; Sherman, et al.,; Sherman,[See Chapter 8] (Table 1).Within the tropics and subtropics, suitable agroclimatological conditions exist within many Cited by: Subtropical Agriculture and Environments latest Journals Volume 74th ANNUAL MEETING of the Subtropical Agriculture and Environments Society.
Venue: South Texas College, F building, Student activities & Cafeteria. Border, Weslaco, TX Date: February 7, Time: AM to PM. The Institute of Subtropical Agriculture (ISA) was founded in in Taoyuan County, Hunan Province and is now located in the provincial capital of Changsha.
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Study on phosphorus loadings in ten natural and agricultural watersheds in subtropical region of China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessmen (5): Wang Yi, Li Yong, Liu Feng, Li Yuyuan, Song Lifang, Li Hang, Meng Cen, Wu J inshui.
The tropics are clearly deﬁned while ‘subtropics’ and ‘subtropical’ have been applied to a variety of zones, climates, and ecosystems.
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This biome is found throughout mid-latitude regions. Temperatures range between –30 o C and 30 o C (–22 o F to 86 o F) and drop to below freezing on an annual : Matthew R. Fisher. The sustainable production of food and raw materials from arid regions will require a shift from traditional agriculture.
The potential for food and fiber production in semiarid and arid lands has been recognized for some time. Light and regimes in subtropical regions provide growing conditions for most of the year.
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The nature of grasses. The agricultural value of herbage species. Some grass and legume species of tropical regions. Grassland ecology: some tropical grassland associations. Types of grazing pasture. Seed production. Seeds mixtures. Establishment of the sward.
Management and manuring. Grassland utilization. Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (AFF) publishes original research papers on all aspects of animal and pastoral science relevant to temperate and subtropical regions.
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In summer, these regions are largely under the influence of moist, maritime airflow from the western side of the subtropical anticyclonic cells over low-latitude ocean waters. Temperatures are high; the warmest months generally average about 27 °C (81 °F), with mean daily maxima from 30 °C to 38 °C (86 °F to °F) and warm, oppressive nights.
Agro-Ecological Regions of Australia Page 4 The report of the SCA provided considerable base data for this national working group. For example, the national working group in agriculture decided to adopt the use of agro-ecological regions as a framework for discussing the major agricultural systems and resource management Size: KB.for emerging farmers in the warmer subtropical regions of South Africa, to become involved in fruit and nut production.
Once established, the benefit of these high-value crops can be derived over many years, while intercropping with grain and vegetable cash crops can easily be practised.
The condensed information contained in this booklet could.Natural ecology is the study of organisms as they interact with and within natural environments. Correspondingly, agroecology is the basis for the land-use sciences. Here humans are the primary governing force for organisms within planned and Product(s): food, ecosystem services.