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Arid Environments and Sustainability

Edited by Hasan Arman and Ibrahim Yuksel

in Books from IntechOpen

Abstract: Arid environments are basically associated with water scarcity. Therefore, soils will have an extremely low moisture level to support plant and animal life as well as human social life. Sustainability is the long durability of systems and processes within various adapted environmental conditions. Recently, systematic scientific studies on arid environments and sustainability have become more attractive, critical, and sound than the previous years. Sharing such experiences related to different environmental circumstances will absolutely help scientists and decision-makers to have better interpretation of their own environment. By learning lessons, appropriate, fast, and effective approaches require to implement for overwhelming such problems. Such actions will certainly lead to more secure and sustainable environments for plant, animal, and human life.

JEL-codes: Q56 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
ISBN: 978-1-78923-154-0
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Farmers' Vulnerability to Climate Change Impacts in Semi-arid Environments in Tanzania: A Gender Perspective Downloads
Samwel J. Kabote
Long-Term Effects of Effluent Water Irrigation on Soil Chemical Properties of Sand-Based Putting Greens Downloads
Hanan Isweiri and Yaling Qian
Simulating the Productivity of Desert Woody Shrubs in Southwestern Texas Downloads
Sumin Kim, Jaehak Jeong and James R. Kiniry
Strategies to Enhance Sustainability of Land Resources in Arid Regions Downloads
Selen Deviren Saygin
Water Productivity Modeling by Remote Sensing in the Semiarid Region of Minas Gerais State, Brazil Downloads
Antonio Teixeira, Fulvio Simao, Janice Leivas, Reinaldo Gomide, Joao Reis, Mauro Koji and Flavio Oliveira

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DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68381

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