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Red books, green hills : the impact of economic reform on restoration ecology in the midlands of Northern Vietnam
|Title:||Red books, green hills : the impact of economic reform on restoration ecology in the midlands of Northern Vietnam|
|Authors:||Cuc, Le Trong|
Rambo, A. Terry
Vien, Tran Duc
Dang Thi Sy
|LC Subject Headings:||Agricultural ecology - Vietnam - Vinh Phu (Province)|
Agriculture - Vietnam - Vinh Phu (Province)
Natural resources - Vietnam - Vinh Phu (Province)
Land use, Rural - Environmental aspects - Vietnam - Vinh Phu (Province)
|Publisher:||Honolulu : East-West Center|
|Abstract:||"A report of a restudy of three districts in Vinh Phu Province : a joint research activity of the Center for Natural Resources and Environment Studies (CRES), Hanoi University; the Program on Environment (ENV) of the East-west Center; the Southeast Asian Universities Agroecosystem Network (SUAN); and the University of California at Berkeley (UCB)." Contents: Part I. Background on the midlands. 1. An overview of the midlands of Vinh Phu Province / Tran Duc Vien, Keith Fahrney -- 2. Approaches to the rehabilitation of degraded lands in the midlands of Vietnam / Le Trong Cuc -- 3. National agricultural development policy and rural organization / Le Trong Cuc, Thomas Sikor -- Part II. Dynamics of development in Doan Hung and Thanh Hoa districts. 4. Village-level implementation of economic reform policies in Doan Hung and Thanh Hoa districts / Le Trong Cuc, Thomas Sikor, Michael Rucker -- 5. Household ecology and economy in Doan Hung and Thanh Hoa districts / A. Terry Rambo, Keith Fahrney, Laxmi Warachai -- Part III. Dynamics of development in Lap Thach district. 6. The impact of economic liberalization on the people and environment of Lap Thach district / Jeff Romm, Dang Thi Sy -- Part IV. Conclusions. 7. Rural development issues in the upland agroecosystems of Vinh Phu Province / A. Terry Rambo, Le Trong Cuc -- Appendices.|
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