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Adequacy of soil studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru
by Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
Mission leader: A.C.S. Wright.
|Series||World soil resources reports -- 9|
|Contributions||Wright, A. C. S., Food and Agriculture Organization.|
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Throughout its history, agriculture in Paraguay has been the mainstay of the economy. This trend has continued today and in the late s the agricultural sector generally accounted for 48 percent of the nation's employment, 23 percent of GDP, and 98 percent of export earnings. The sector comprised a strong food and cash crop base, a large livestock subsector including cattle ranching and. Groundwater dynamics, land cover and salinization in the dry Chaco in Paraguay. the practices of adequate soil management and conservation are closely related to the improvement of the water supply, over the western part of Paraguay to south east Bolivia. Alluvial sediments from the Andes Mountains are the parent materials of the : Albrecht Glatzle, Lambert Reimer, Jorge Núñez Cobo, Annick Smeenk, Karim Musálem, Rafaela Laino.
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Report of FAO Mission, November-December, World Soil Resources Report 9. Publisher: Rome.: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Publication year: Notes: Library holding:PY show all notes.
Report of the Second Soil Correlation Seminar for Europe, Bucharest, Romania, 29 July-6 August * * Report of the Third Meeting of the Advisory Panel on the Soil Map of the World, Paris, 3 January * * Adequacy of Soil Studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru, November-December **.
Report of the Second Soil Correlation Seminar for Europe, Bucharest, Romania, 29 July–6 August ** Report of the Third Meeting of the Advisory Panel on the Soil Map of the World, Paris, 3 January ** Adequacy of Soil Studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru, November–December ** Report on the Soils of Bolivia, January **.
Report of the Second Soil Correlation Seminar for Europe, Bucharest, Romania, 29 July-6 August ** 8. Report of the Third Meeting of the Advisory Panel on the Soil Map of the World, Paris, 3 January ** 9.
Adequacy of Soil Studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru, November-December ** Report on the Soils of Bolivia, January. [Show full abstract] rivers on the northern coast of Peru during the El Niño and sedimentation in the Pilcomayo River, which is shared by Bolivia, Argentina and Paraguay.
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