The Satoyama Landscape of Japan: The Future of an Indigenous Agricultural System in an Industrialized Society

Ichikawa, Kaoru and Toth, Gregory G., "The Satoyama Landscape of Japan: The Future of an Indigenous Agricultural System in an Industrialized Society" in Agroforestry: The Future of Global Land Use ed. Nair, P.K. R. and Garrity, Dennis (Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, 2012), 341-358.

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  • Author Ichikawa, Kaoru
    Toth, Gregory G.
    Book Editor Nair, P.K. R.
    Garrity, Dennis
    Chapter Title The Satoyama Landscape of Japan: The Future of an Indigenous Agricultural System in an Industrialized Society
    Book Title Agroforestry: The Future of Global Land Use
    Publication Date 2012
    Place of Publication Dordrecht
    Publisher Springer Netherlands
    Start page 341
    End page 358
    Language eng
    Abstract This volume contains a solid body of the current state of knowledge on the various themes and activities in agroforestry worldwide. It is organized into three sections: the Introduction section consists of the summaries of six keynote speeches at the 2nd World Congress of Agroforestry held in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2009; that is followed by two sections of peer-reviewed thematic chapters grouped as “Global Perspectives” (seven chapters) and “Regional Perspectives” (eleven chapters), authored by professional leaders in their respective agroforestry-related fields worldwide. A total of 130 professionals from institutions in 33 countries in both developing and the industrialized temperate regions of the world contributed to the book as chapter authors and/or reviewers. Thus, the book presents a comprehensive and authoritative account of the global picture of agroforestry today.
    UNBIS Thesaurus AGRICULTURE
    ECOSYSTEMS
    SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
    ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    SOIL CONSERVATION
    Keyword Forestry Management
    Soil Science and Conservation
    Copyright Holder Springer Science and Business Media Dordrecht
    Copyright Year 2012
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9789400746763
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