Agricultural Soil in UK Law

  • The chemical characteristics of composted and vermicomposted cotton residues case study in Sudan
    • Nbr. 9-4, October 2012
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 325-336
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the influence of two decomposition processes, namely, composting and vermicomposting, on the chemical composition of the finished products of ...
    ...... for Research, Khartoum, SudanSulieman Hammad Nasser AliDepartment of Soil and Environment Sciences, University of Khartoum,Khartoum, SudanSarra ... out by four researchers from two institutionsconcerned with agricultural production and environmental aspects related to soil productivity. ......
  • The application of near-automated georeferencing technique to a strip of historic aerial photographs in GIS
    • Nbr. 36-1, March 2018
    • Library Hi Tech
    • 43-56
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to describe the procedure for near-automation of the most commonly used manual georeferencing technique in a desktop GIS environment for historic aerial photog...
    ...... purposes including land use and land cover change detection, soil erosionpattern recognition, agricultural practices change analysis, ......
  • Measuring regional competitiveness through agricultural indices of productivity. The Peruvian case
    • Nbr. 13-2, May 2017
    • World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development
    • 78-95
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to incorporate factors that characterize the agricultural activity as productivity indices to compute the agricultural competitiveness of regions in order to r...
    ...... commonly used social and economicindicators.Design/methodology/approach –The authors identify regional factors related to the use of water, soil,production, revenues, and rural population, which conform a total of six productivity indices, that the authorsthen employ to calculate the regional ......
  • Natural resource management in changing climate – reflections from indigenous Jharkhand
    • Nbr. 11-2, May 2014
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 117-133
    Purpose: – Addressing probable complexities of climate change on rural livelihoods, food security, and poverty reduction, requires mainstreaming of cross-sectoral interventions and adaptations into...
    ...... from micro-watershed units of this study.Findings –In-situ soil and water conservation methods showed increased availabilities of ... of rural infrastructure and landhusbandry practices improved agricultural productivity and resulted in subsequent reductions inwomen’s drudgeries. ......
  • Democracy and the Environment: An Empirical Assessment
    • Nbr. 35-3, May 1998
    • Journal of Peace Research
    This article examines empirically the relationship between democracy and the environment. Theorists and policy-makers have been eager to put forward the virtues of democracy as a benign political i...
  • Soil Security: Solving the Global Soil Crisis
    • Nbr. 4-4, November 2013
    • Global Policy
    Soil degradation is a critical and growing global problem. As the world population increases, pressure on soil also increases and the natural capital of soil faces continuing decline. International...
    ......Detrimen- tal consequences include threats to agricultural produc- tivity and food security, fresh water retention and biodiversity – all of these rely on the functions of soil. The threat of increasing ......
  • Rural development in Sudan: The Dutch aid experience
    • Nbr. 11-4, July 1991
    • Public Administration and Development
    This article concerns the evaluation of Dutch rural aid projects in the Sudan, with particular reference to sustainability. The general policy within which these projects were developed concerns ‘i...
    ......’s attention is upon large scale export-generating agricultural projects, so projects concerned with other rural issues are mar- ... inhibiting economic goals; international pressures lead to ‘soil mining’. Furthermore, the international Islamic Revival ......
  • Forensic Pedology
    • Nbr. 42-3, March 1969
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ...... They argue that pedology, the study of soils, has valuable help to give in C.LD. work. FORENSIfJ PEDOLOGY ..., which show themselves by contrasting appearance or agricultural properties, are determined mainly by the nature of the underlying ......
  • An Exercise in Rural Development Planning in Swaziland
    • Nbr. 7-2, April 1987
    • Public Administration and Development
    ...... calls for higher productivity and incomes in both agricultural and non-agricultural sectors of the economy. There is a need ... as roads, a village site, grazing and arable areas (based on soil surveys). . AN EXERCISE IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 371 Three more ......
  • Paradoxical territorial management: the case of peri-urban agricultural areas1
    • Nbr. 84-3, September 2018
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    The purpose of this research is to understand the paradoxical practices of territorial management and to look into ways of supporting the local actors of peri-urban agriculture. To do so, we conduc...
    ...... perverse effects of conventional agriculture (long-distance trade, standardisation of products, pollu- tion of water, air and soil, biodiversity loss) (Deverre and Lamine, 2010: 61). . ......
  • See all results

VLEX uses login cookies to provide you with a better browsing experience. If you click on 'Accept' or continue browsing this site we consider that you accept our cookie policy. ACCEPT