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by Anthony Anderson,Peter May,Michael Balick

eBook The Subsidy from Nature (Biology and Resource Management Series) download ISBN: 0231072228
Author: Anthony Anderson,Peter May,Michael Balick
Publisher: Columbia University Press (May 15, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 233
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Series: Biology and Resource Management Series. Paperback: 281 pages. ISBN-10: 9780231068932. ISBN-13: 978-0231068932.

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Examines the regeneration of babassu palm trees on deforested land in Amazonian Brazil, how it is being used by the rural populations, and how development policies are undermining this gift. Concludes by critiquing the conventional model of ecology and proposing a new one. Annotation copyright Book