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Fragile Lands of Latin America Strategies for ... - PART - USAID

Fragile Lands of Latin America Strategies for ... - PART - USAID

Fragile Lands of Latin America Strategies for ... - PART -

  • Page 2 and 3: Fragile Lands of Latin America PN-
  • Page 4 and 5: Fragile Lands of Latin America Stra
  • Page 6 and 7: Contents Foreword, Thomas E. Lovejo
  • Page 8 and 9: Contents PART FIVE RESEARCH IN PROG
  • Page 10 and 11: x Thomas E. Lovejoy as the genesis
  • Page 12 and 13: Acknowledgments This book is a coll
  • Page 14 and 15: xvi About the Editor and Contributo
  • Page 16 and 17: pJ '-,, Mexico ' '-7 Research Sites
  • Page 18 and 19: 2 John 0. Browder opment, and all t
  • Page 20 and 21: 4 John 0. Browder Gow fbrther devel
  • Page 22 and 23: John 0. Browder Common Themes Three
  • Page 24 and 25: 8 John 0. Browder Hecht, Susanna, B
  • Page 26 and 27: The Geography of Fragde Lands in La
  • Page 28 and 29: Table 1 Categories of Fragile Lands
  • Page 30 and 31: Plate 4 Coastal desert, northern Pe
  • Page 32 and 33: Figure 1 Map of mountains 1,000-plu
  • Page 34 and 35: Figure 3 Map of tropical forests (m
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  • Page 40 and 41: Development of Fragile Lands: An In
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  • Page 44 and 45: Development of Fragile Lands 29 a b
  • Page 46 and 47: Development of Fragile Lands 3 1 Th
  • Page 48 and 49: Development of Fragile Lands 33 Ind
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    Development of Fragile Lands 37 was

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    Development of Fragile Lands 39 Tra

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    Development of Fragile Lands 41 wer

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    Development of Fragile Lands 43 Pie

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    nansferring Traditional Technology

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    Transferring Traditional Technology

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    Transferring Traditional Technology

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    Transferring naditional Technology

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    Transferring Traditional Technology

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    Transfirring Traditional Technology

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    Transferring Traditional Technology

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    Economic Prospects from Tropical Ra

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    Economic Prospects from Tropical Ra

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    Economic Prospects from Tropical Ra

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    Economic Prospects from Tropical Ra

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    Economic Prospects from Tropical Ra

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    Economic Prospects from Tropical Ra

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    Economic Prospects from Tropical Ra

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    Agricultural Systems on the Floodpl

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Table 1 Number of Riberefio Plots b

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Agricultural Systems on the Peruvia

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    Appendix B Soil Test Data, Selected

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    Production and Profit in Agroforest

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    Prodtccfion and Profit in Agrofwest

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    Production and Profit in Agrofirest

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    Production and ProJit in Agroforest

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    Product ion and Profit in Agrofores

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    Appendix A Santa Rosa Agroforeshy F

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    Costs and Benejts of Floodplain For

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    Costs and Benejts of Floodplain For

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    Costs and Benefits of Floodplain Fo

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    Costs and Benefits of Floodplain Fo

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    Costs and Benejts of Floodplain For

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    Costs and Benefits of Floodplain Fo

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    Appendix A Species with DBH 2 5 crn

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    Appendix B B. 1 Acai Fruit Output (

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    Sustained Yield Management of Natur

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    Sustained Yield Management of Natur

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    Sustained Yield Management of Natur

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    Sustained Yield Management of Natur

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    Cuyabeno Wildlife Production Reserv

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    Cuyabeno WildlifP Production Reserv

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    Cuyabeno Wildlife Production Reserv

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    Cuyabeno Wildlife Production Reserv

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    Cuyabeno Wildlife Production Reserv

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    Cuyabeno Wildlife Production Reserv

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    Extractive Reserves Extractive Rese

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    Extractive Reserves 153 extraction

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    Extractive Reserves Income Generati

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    Extractive Reserves 157 Table 1 Are

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    Extractive Reserves Table 2 Rubber

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    Extractive Reserves 161 embodies th

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    Extractive Reserves 163 Perspective

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    Appendix A (Continued) Tree and Fru

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    Indigenous Soil Management in Amazo

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    An Economic Analysis oj- Huastec Fo

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    An Economic Analysis 01' Huastec Fo

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    Plate 1 A Huastec: farmer, walking

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    An Economic Analysis of Huastec For

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    Table 1 Main Characteristics of Hua

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    An Economic Analysis of Huastec For

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    An Economic Analysis of Huastec For

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    An Economic Analysis of Huastec For

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    An Economic Analysis of Huastec For

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    An Economic Analysis of Huastec For

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    An Economic Analysis of Huastec For

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    Appendix B Value of Huastec Product

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    PART THREE Strategies for Sustainab

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    21 0 John M. Treacy would also curb

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    John M. Treacy Land and Agriculture

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    214 John M. Treacy water. In order

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    John M. Treacy Terraces are invaria

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    218 John M. Treacy Table 1 Crops Pl

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    220 John M. Treacy ancient walls, a

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    222 John M. Treacy Table 2 Per Hect

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    224 John M. Treacy der population p

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    226 John M. Treacy Agricultural ter

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    228 John M. Treacy Morlon, P. B. Or

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    Raised Fields and Sustainable Agric

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    232 Clark L. Erickson and Kay L. Ca

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    234 Clark L. Erickson and Kay L. Ca

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    236 Clark L. Erickson and Kay L. Ca

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    Plate 3 Young potato plants on rais

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    240 Clark L. Erickson and Kay L. Ca

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    242 Clark L. Ericlcron and Kay L. C

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    244 Clark L. Erickson and Kay L. Ca

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    246 Clark L. Erichon and Kay L. Can

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    Clark L. Erickson and Kay L. Candle

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    Arroyos and the Development of Agri

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 253 Plat

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 255 Plat

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 25 7 uns

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 259 lowe

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    A rrqvos in Northern Mexico 261 rap

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 263 The

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 265 fami

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 26 7 Doz

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    Arroyos in Northern Mexico 269 Turr

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    Developing the Choc6 Region of Colo

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    Developing the Choc6 Region 275 and

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    Developing the Chocb Region 277 sho

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    Developing the Chocb Region 279 the

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    Socioeconomic Analysis of Agrofores

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    Table 3 Preliminary Financial Asses

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    Socioeconomic Analysis of Agrofores

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    Abaetetuba (Brazil), 119, 120(fig.)

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    Index Biomass, 27, 92, 135 Birds, 1

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    Costa Rica, 277 ?in forest, 61, 134

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    Index Green manure, 234, 241 Green

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    Index Massaranduba latex, 66(table)

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    Index Podocnemis spp. See River tur

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    Index Seeds, 80, 82, 85, 94, 134, 1

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    Index Ubu~u, 117 Ucayali River, 79,

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