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Desire for Greener LandOptions for Sustainable Land Management in DrylandsWorld Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies

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  • Page 6 and 7: Table of contentsPrefaceAcknowledge
  • Page 8 and 9: PrefaceHumankind currently faces in
  • Page 10 and 11: AcknowledgementsWithout the great e
  • Page 12 and 13: Mantel, Stephan - ISRIC-World Soil
  • Page 14 and 15: impacts were observed regarding reg
  • Page 16 and 17: IntroductionAll over the world, lan
  • Page 18 and 19: Figure 2: Desire study sites; colou
  • Page 20 and 21: References:• DESIRE/Drynet/eniD.
  • Page 22 and 23: Methodology, analysis andsynthesisM
  • Page 24 and 25: 1.1 The process of identifying and
  • Page 26 and 27: Table 1: DESIRE Study Sites17 study
  • Page 28 and 29: The basic spatial unit of evaluatio
  • Page 30 and 31: The outcome of this initial stakeho
  • Page 32 and 33: Table 3: Step-by-step: Reaching a d
  • Page 34 and 35: 8. Yield assessment or assessment o
  • Page 36 and 37: MethodologyIn its simplest form, th
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  • Page 40 and 41: 1.2 Analysis of degradation and SLM
  • Page 42 and 43: (which covers by far the largest ar
  • Page 44 and 45: Degradation extent and degree per s
  • Page 46 and 47: Relative distribution of indirect c
  • Page 48 and 49: technologies applied in the field,
  • Page 50 and 51: Effectiveness of conservation per c
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    % of area under conservation measur

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    1.3 Analysis of assessed SLM techno

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    Stage of SLM interventionDegradatio

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    Type of SLM measure1033%517%13%517%

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    Soil fertility9Availability of surf

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    It is notable that all cropping man

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    Relative level of wealth9Production

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    Reduced surface runoff9Increased so

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    No. of case studiesIncreased organi

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    medium to high impacts, both grazin

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    any establishment costs. Overall, l

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    funding, mainly in the government p

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    64543210Community involvement invol

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    1.4 Conclusions and policy pointsTh

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    is, therefore, using a wide range o

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    The costs of a technology are diffi

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    Case studiesCape Verde, Erik van de

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    Transport of freshwaterfrom local s

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    Case studies - titles and short des

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    Case studies - titles and short des

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    No tillage precededby subsoilingChi

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Olive grovesunder no-tillageoperati

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Reduced contour tillage of cereals

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Reduceed tillage of almondds andSpa

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Crop rotation with legumesChile - R

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Crop rotation: cereals / fodderlegu

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Ecological production of almonds an

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Foddercrop productionTurkey - Yem B

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    JessourTunisia - Jesser, Katra (Ara

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    TabiaTunisiaThe tabia earthen dyke

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Water harvesting from concentratedr

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Transpport of freshwater from local

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Recharge wellTunisia - Puits filtra

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Drip irrigationTurkey - Damla Sulam

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    #Drip irrigationRussian Federation

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Roof rainwater harvesting systemBot

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Progressive bench terraceChina -

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Wovenwood fencesTurkey - Odundan Ö

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Vegetated earth-banked terracesSpai

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Olive tree plantations withintercro

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Aloe Vera living barriersCape Verde

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    Land reclamation byagave forestrywi

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Gully controlMoroccoby plantationn

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    Human EnvironmentGrazing land perho

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    Rangeland restingTunisia - G'del (A

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Controlled grazing in deciduouswood

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    AfforestationCape Verde - Arboriza

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land perhous

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    Assisteed corkoak regenerationMoroc

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    Human EnvironmentForests / woodland

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    Primarystrip network systemfor fuel

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Prescribed firePortugal - Fogo Cont

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    Human EnvironmentCropland per house

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    BiogasBotswana - Gase ya Boloko (Se

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    Human EnvironmentMixed land per hou

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    Dissemination of soil conservationt

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    Technical supportTraining / awarene

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    Training, information and awareness

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    1. Ministry of rural development (M

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    Particippative actionsfor economicb

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    Land user involvementPhaseInitiatio

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    Development of rainfed agricultureM

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    Organogram: Legally, theproject of

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    ForestInterventionArea (ZIF)Portuga

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    Organogram:Legal process related wi

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    Concerted thinking on commonproblem

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    Technical supportTraining / awarene

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    Regional rural developmentprogramme

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    OrganogramTo be fit for purpose, si

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    Dryland watershed management approa

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    The treatment of the catchment star

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    229

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    Rendina p 238Nestos Microchorip 240

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    Extent of land degradationExtent of

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    Spain - TorrealvillaThe Torrealvill

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    Portugal - GóisThe Góis area is c

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    Greece - Crete (Messara)The cultiva

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    Turkey - KarapinarThe Karapinar are

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    Morocco - SehoulThe Sehoul area has

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    Russia - DzhanibekThe Dzhanibek are

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    China - KelaigouNatural forest cove

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    Mexico - CointzioThe Cointzio area

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    Cape Verde - SantiagoThe Santiago a

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    2.3 DESIRE methodology examplesCase

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    II Identifying, evaluating and sele

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    III Trialling and monitoringContour

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    V Disseminating the informationThe

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    Status of land degradation, sustain

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    SLM technology optionsLevel bench t

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    Wang FeiWang FeiCase study of the D

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    Examples from the dissemination pla

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    AnnexExplanation pages of case stud

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    Land use problems: This brief descr

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    Impacts of the technology: This inf

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    ProblemA list of the main problems

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    Monitoring and EvaluationMonitored

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    Pictograms SWC technology continued

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    AcronymsCAPDESIREDESMICEDSSEUFAOGEF

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