Agriculture

Agriculture has often been conceptualized narrowly, in terms of specific combinations of activities and organisms—wet-rice production in Asia, wheat farming in Europe, cattle ranching in the Americas, and the like—but a more holistic perspective holds that humans are environmental engineers who disrupt terrestrial habitats in specific ways.

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Conversations with History - Michael Pollan

Michael Pollan

"The Politics of Food" Michael Pollan, K...

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The Hans Jenny Memorial Lecture in Soil Science

Betty, Isaac Barshad
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Agriculture, Energy and the Environment

Tim Griffin
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<a href="/book/community-economics">Community Economics</a>
Ron Shaffer, Steven C. Deller, David W. Marcouiller
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<a href="/book/community-policy-analysis-modeling">Community policy analysis modeling</a>
Daniel M. Otto, Thomas G. Johnson, Steven C. Deller
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<a href="/book/open-economy-and-environment%3A-development%2C-trade-and-resources-asia.">OPEN ECONOMY AND THE ENVIRONMENT:...</a>
Ian Coxhead, S. K. Jayasuriya
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