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Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
Green Revolution, Over cultivation, and Monoculture on Desertification
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  1. The effect of the GreenRevolution, over cultivation, andmonoculture on Desertification Christopher Yuan
  2. What is Desertification? • • • • • • • •
  3. Sounds bad! Where is it happening?••
  4. Why is it happening?••••••
  5. The Green Revolution • • • • • – – –
  6. Over Cultivation and Monoculture••
  7. Who is affected? • • •
  8. Who is helping?•••
  9. What should be done, and how can I help? • • – – –
  10. Works CitedMiller, Tyler G., and Scott E. Spoolman. "Food, Soil, and Pest Management." Living in the Environment. Brooks/Cole, 2009. 288-302. Print.Rubenstein, James M. "Population." An Introduction to Human Geography: The Cultural Landscape. Pearson, 2005. 69-70. Print.The Eden Projects. Eden Reforestation Projects, 2012. Web. 28 May 2012. <http://www.edenprojects.org/>."Desertification." USGS, 29 Oct. 1997. Web. 28 May 2012. <http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/deserts/desertification/>."Developing Sustainable Agricultural Practices." Environmental Consequences of Desertification. UNESCO. Web. 28 May 2012. <http://www.unesco.org/mab/doc/ekocd/chapter18.html>."Deserts and Desertification." Global Education. Edna, 4 Jan. 20011. Web. 28 May 2012. <http://www.globaleducation.edna.edu.au/globaled/go/pid/2006>."Desertification." Desertification Institutions. Food and Agriculture Organization. Web. 28 May 2012. <http://www.fao.org/desertification/default.asp?lang=en>."Sustainable Development of Drylands and Combating Desertification." Managing Fragile Ecosystems. Food and Agriculture Organization. Web. 28 May 2012. <http://www.fao.org/docrep/v0265e/V0265e06.htm>.United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification. United Nations, 2012. Web. 28 May 2012. <http://www.unccd.int/en/Pages/default.aspx>.

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