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Author:Date: 2014-11-30Type: BriefStatus: Open accessThe three system CGIAR research programs on Integrated Systems for the Humid Tropics Dryland Systems and Aquatic Agricultural Systems have included capacity to innovate as an intermediate development outcome in their ...
Author:Date: 2016-05-27Type: Journal ArticleStatus: Open accessRestoration efforts in the Mediterranean Basin have been changing from a silvicultural to an ecological restoration approach Yet to what extent the projects are guided by ecological restoration principles remains largely ...
Title: Parameterization of the Effect of Bench Terraces on Runoff and Sediment Yield by Swat Modelling in a Small SemiArid Watershed in Northern Tunisia Author:Date: 2016-12-31Type: Journal ArticleStatus: Limited accessIn Tunisia Soil and Water Conservation SWC interventions are among the most practicable strategies to prevent and mitigate rainwater losses through surface runoff and consequential erosion of fertile soils In this study a ...
Title: Biophysical and Econometric analysis of adoption of soil and water conservation techniques in the semiarid region of Sidi Bouzid Central Tunisia Author:Date: 2016-12-31Type: Conference PaperStatus: Open accessSynthesis Paper prepared to be presented as an oral presentation at the 5th EUROSOIL International Congress httpwwweurosoil2016istanbulorgthemesandtopics Istanbul 2016 1722 July 2016 Istanbul Turkey Land degradation ...
Title: Biophysical and Econometric Analysis of Adoption of Soil and Water Conservation Techniques in the SemiArid Region of Sidi Bouzid Central Tunisia Author:Date: 2016-12-31Type: PresentationStatus: Open accessEUROSOIL 2016 Oral Presentation given by Claudio Zucca Istanbul