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Effect of shifting cultivation on some soil properties of the Bismarck Mountains, Territory of Papua and New Guinea
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|Title:||Effect of shifting cultivation on some soil properties of the Bismarck Mountains, Territory of Papua and New Guinea|
|Authors:||Manner, Harley I.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Shifting cultivation--New Guinea.|
|Abstract:||This research is an attempt to clarify some effects of shifting cultivation and burning on soils by means of comparisons between soils of adjacent vegetation formations and similar parent materials, climate and topography.|
|Description:||M. A. University of Hawaii 1969|
Bibliography: leaves -77.
|Pages/Duration:||v, 77 leaves. color illustrations, tables.|
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|Appears in Collections:||M.A. - Geography|
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