By Greg Bankoff, Peter Boomgaard
A lot has been written in regards to the wealth of countries, the heritage of unequal distribution of wealth, and the construction of zones of affluence and deprivation, either inside of and among societies. This e-book units out to discover why a few Asian countries are extra wealthy than others via an exam of the way their interplay with and usage of assets has replaced over the centuries.
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In this system, annual crops are planted on a given piece of land for only one or two years at a time, whereafter the farmer moves on to a new plot and tree cover is allowed to regenerate on the (temporarily) abandoned land. The resulting fallow vegetation shades out the weeds that have appeared during the cultivation phase, protects the remaining topsoil from erosion, and is N atural Resource M anagement 23 ultimately felled and burned to provide fertilizing ash at the beginning of a new cultivation cycle (Nye and Greenland 1960; Seavoy 1973).
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