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Too many people, too little land : the human ecology of a wet rice-growing village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam

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Title: Too many people, too little land : the human ecology of a wet rice-growing village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam
Authors: Cuc, Le Trong
Rambo, A. Terry
Gillogly, Kathleen
Southeast Asian Universities Agroecosystem Network
Hanoi University. Center for Natural Resources Management and Environmental Studies
show 1 moreSUAN-EWC-CRES Workshop on Sustainable Rural Resource Management and Biological Diversity Conservation (1991 : Hanoi and Thai Binh, Vietnam)
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LC Subject Headings: Human ecology - Vietnam - Nguyen Xa
Agriculture - Environmental aspects - Vietnam - Nguyen Xa
Rice - Social aspects - Vietnam - Nguyen Xa
Sustainable agriculture - Vietnam - Nguyen Xa
Sustainable development - Vietnam - Nguyen Xa
show 3 moreEnvironmental degradation - Vietnam - Nguyen Xa
Nguyen Xa (Vietnam) - Social conditions
Nguyen Xa (Vietnam) - Economic conditions

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Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Honolulu : East-West Center, Program on Environment
Series/Report no.: East-West Center. Program on Environment. Occasional paper ; no.15
Abstract: "Report of the SUAN-EWC-CRES Workshop on Sustainable Rural Resources Management and Biological Diversity Conservation held in Hanoi and Thai Binh Province from 15 to 26 July 1991." "A joint research activity of the Southeast Asian Universities Agroecosystem Network (SUAN); the Program on Environment (ENV), East-West Center; and the Center for Natural Resources Management and Environmental Studies (CRES), Hanoi University."
Description: For more about the East-West Center, see http://www.eastwestcenter.org/
Pages/Duration: 207 p.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/21619
Appears in Collections:Program on Environment (op)



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