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Water Conservation Considerations should be an Integral Part of Soil Fertility Studies in Moisture Deficient Areas in Ethiopia. (Minor, Thesis). [Monograph]
Haile, M. \ 1987
drainage - fertilizers - irrigation - resource management - soil fertility - soil management - Africa - Ethiopia
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Understanding the Environmental Changes in Tigray: a Photographic Record over 30 Years [Monograph]
Nyssen, J. \ Munro, N. \ Haile, M. \ Poesen, J. \ Descheemaeker, K. \ Haregewyn, N. \ Moeyersons, J. \ Govers, G. \ Deckers, J. \ 2007
soil degradation - environment - erosion - vegetation - Ethiopia
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Understanding Diversity in Farming Practices in Tigray, Ethiopia. [Monograph]
Beyene, A. \ Gibbon, D. \ Haile, M. \ 2001
soil management - Ethiopia - soil degradation - land use - Africa
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The Geology of Sarawak, Brunei and the Western Part of North Borneo. Compiled from Work of the Royal Dutch Shell Group of Companies in the British Territories in Borneo and from Various Published Accounts [Monograph]
Liechti, P. \ Roe, F.W. \ Haile, N.S. \ 1960
geology - Malaysia - Brunei Darussalam
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Report no. 1, Sematan and Lundu Area, West Sarawak. Explanation of Sheets; 1-109-3, 1-109-4, 1-109-7, 1-109-8, and 2-109-15. (+ maps) [Monograph]
Wolfenden, E.B. \ Haile, N.S. \ 1963
Asia - Malaysia
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Farmers' Knowledge of Soil Fertility and Local Management Strategies in Tigray, Ethiopia. [Monograph]
Corbeels, M. \ Shiferaw, A. \ Haile, M. \ 2000
soil fertility - Africa - Ethiopia
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Genesis, Characteristics and Classification of Soils of the Central Highlands of Ethiopia. Vol. 1. and 2. (Thesis). [Monograph]
Haile, M. \ 1987
classification systems - soil classification - soil formation - soil morphology - weathering - soil micromorphology - physical geography - Vertisols - Africa - Ethiopia
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