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Problems and Policies
Problems and Policies. Anthony Chisholm, Australian National University, Canberra, Robert Dumsday, La Trobe University, Victoria. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Online publication date: February 2012. This book was first published in 1987 when land degradation was one of the major conservation issues of that decade. Australian scientists were at the fore in awakening world interest in this complex phenomenon and in contributing to debate.
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Problems and Policies. This book presents a broad multi-disciplinary perspective on the challenge of problems of degrading land, including the onsite and offsite effects of soil erosion, nutrient loss, and salinisation and on the conservation policies needed to meet the challenge.
Land degradation" is a catchall term covering such problems as wind and water erosion, soil pollution by urban wastes or pesticides and the buildup of mineral salts caused by improper irrigation. In other words, land degradation can take many forms, but always entails a serious disruption of a healthy balance between five key ecosystem functions. by Anthony H. Chisholm, Robert Dumsday, Anthony Chisholm. Published 1987 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York. Anthony Chisholm, Robert Dumsday
Land Degradation: Problems and Policies. Foreword Douglas Whalan The contributors Figures Tables Glossary Preface Land degradation and government John Kerin Part I. Physical and Biological Aspects of Land Degradation: 1. Australia's lan. More).