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  1. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2005
    Spain

    This work is settled in the context of the Project "Characterization, Cartography and Evaluation of Spanish pastures" (INIA-CCAA OTOO-037-C17). Results of the characterization, cartography and evaluation by means of the phytocenologic and cartographic units established by authors, the II National Forestry Inventory (DGCN, 1996) and the Forestry Map of Spain (DGCN, 2001) are presented. Considering the dominant species provided by the last mentioned work and the phytosociological characterizations, type-inventories are established, which allow an estimation of the pasture production.

  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2005
    Chile

    Farm production is surrounded by uncertainty. Between planting and harvesting manyrandom events such as plagues, droughts and sudden changes in commodity prices, may affectfarmers’ revenues. Agriculture in arid and semi-arid zones is highly dependent on rainfall, whichintroduces an additional risk during droughts. This research posits the hypothesis that watermanagement in agriculture during droughts strongly depends on the risks farmers face and ontheir expectations, based on past drought experiences.

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2005
    Spain

    This work is settled in the context of the Project "Characterization, Cartography and Evaluation of Spanish pastures" (INIA-CCAA OTOO-037-C17). Results of the characterization, cartography and evaluation by means of the phytocenologic and cartographic units established by authors, the II National Forestry Inventory (DGCN, 1996) and the Forestry Map of Spain (DGCN, 2001) are presented. Considering the dominant species provided by the last mentioned work and the phytosociological characterizations, type-inventories are established, which allow an estimation of the pasture production.

  4. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 2005
    Spain, Europe

    The present work aims to illustrate how organic agriculture can be a useful tool for the rural development in general, and particularly, in the Valencian Region. Valencian agriculture has some key characteristics that make it different to the agriculture practiced in other Spanish regions. Such specificity brings about the existence of particular problems which are intrinsic to this region (some, however, are common to all farmers). On the other hand, the common agricultural policy (CAP) has contributed to create other type of social and ecological problems in the European agriculture.

  5. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2005
    Spain

    This work is settled in the context of the Project "Characterization, Cartography and Evaluation of Spanish pastures" (INIA-CCAA OTOO-037-C17). Results of the characterization, cartography and evaluation by means of the phytocenologic and cartographic units established by authors, the II National Forestry Inventory (DGCN, 1996) and the Forestry Map of Spain (DGCN, 2001) are presented. Considering the dominant species provided by the last mentioned work and the phytosociological characterizations, type-inventories are established, which allow an estimation of the pasture production.

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