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Cropping and fallowing sequences of small farms in the "terra firme" landscape of the Brazilian Amazon: a case study from Santarem, Para.Author(s): F. N. Scatena; R. T. Walker; A. K. O. Homma; A. J. de Conto; C. A. Palheta Ferreira; R. A. Carvalho; A. C. P. Neves da Rocha; A. I. Moreira dos Santos; P. Mourao de Oliveira
Source: Ecological Economics . 18(1) :29-40.
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CitationScatena, F. N.; Walker, R. T.; Homma, A. K. O.; de Conto, A. J.; Palheta Ferreira, C. A.; Carvalho, R. A.; Neves da Rocha, A. C. P.; Moreira dos Santos, A. I., and Mourao de Oliveira, P. 1996. Cropping and fallowing sequences of small farms in the "terra firme" landscape of the Brazilian Amazon: a case study from Santarem, Para. Ecological Economics . 18(1) :29-40.
KeywordsAmazonia, cropping/fallowing practices, land rotation, shifting agricultural model
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