Review of Available Knowledge on Land Degradation in Pakistan
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Muhammad Azeem Khan, Muhammad Munir Ahmad, Hassnain Shah Hashmi. (1/3/2012). Review of Available Knowledge on Land Degradation in Pakistan. Aleppo, Syria: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
This publication reviews the historical and current literature on land degradation in Pakistan. It is intended as a useful guide for Government officials, donor agencies, NGO’s, farmers, rural groups and others in determining a route forward to combat land degradation in-country and in delivering practical assistance on the ground.
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