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Record number 536343
Title Methods for environment: Productivity trade-off analysis in agricultural systems
Author(s) Wijk, M.T. van; Klapwijk, C.J.; Rosenstock, T.S.; Asten, P.J.A. van; Thornton, P.K.; Giller, K.E.
Source In: Methods for Measuring Greenhouse Gas Balances and Evaluating Mitigation Options in Smallholder Agriculture / , T.S. Rosenstock, Rufino, M.C., Butterbach-Bahl, K., Wollenberg, E., Richards, M., Cham : Springer International Publishing - ISBN 9783319297927 - p. 189 - 198.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29794-1_10
Department(s) Plant Production Systems
PE&RC
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2016
Abstract Trade-off analysis has become an increasingly important approach for evaluating system level outcomes of agricultural production and for prioritising and targeting management interventions in multi-functional agricultural landscapes. We review the strengths and weakness of different techniques available for performing trade-off analysis. These techniques, including mathematical programming and participatory approaches, have developed substantially in recent years aided by mathematical advancement, increased computing power, and emerging insights into systems behaviour. The strengths and weaknesses of the different approaches are identified and discussed, and we make suggestions for a tiered approach for situations with different data availability.
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