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Big business in the forest: trading forest products to increase food sovereignty in Liberia \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Nordikane, A. \ 2009
As in most parts of the world, women are the ones primarily responsible for household food security in Liberia. Although Liberia is blessed with an abundance of fertile land and forests, rural populations have few rights in decision-making. The stron ...
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Die unbekannten Jugendkleider des seltenen Weissbrustperlhuhns (Agelastes meleagrides Bonaparte, 1850) \ Oekologie der Voegel : Verhalten, Konstitution, Umwelt = Ecology of birds : eco-ethology, eco-physiology, eco-morphology [Artikel]
Gatter, W. \ Peal, A. \ Steiner, C. \ Weick, F. \ 1988
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Changes in the climate at Harbel, Liberia \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Broderick, C.E. \ 1995
To determine if the cultivation of Hevea rubber in the Harbel area (Liberia) is threatened by climatic changes, 53 years of accumulated meteorological data from Firestone Botanical Research Center were statistically analysed. The significance of the ...
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Designing an integrated cropping systems research program: Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI), Liberia \ Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality [Artikel]
Francis, C.A. \ 1995
In Liberia, technical research disciplines are integrated with the help of extension workers and farmers into effective cropping systems research. Appropriate component technologies are incorporated into sustainable, environmentally sound, and econom ...
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Een eigen palmolie plantage \ P+ : people, planet, profit [Artikel]
Bom, J. \ 2017
Nergens ter wereld gaat investeren in landbouw samen met investeren in bosbescherming. Met het gloednieuwe AndGreen.Fund kunnen dorpen straks een eigen palmolieplantage beginnen, onder voorwaarde dat ze het grootste deel van hun tropisch bos onaanget ...
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