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AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS: INTEGRATED LAND USE TO STORE AND CONSERVE CARBON
Schroeder, P. AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS: INTEGRATED LAND USE TO STORE AND CONSERVE CARBON. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA/600/J-95/291, 1993.
Agroforestry is a promising land use practice to maintain or increase agricultural productivity while preserving or improving fertility. n extensive literature survey was conducted to evaluate the carbon dynamics of agroforestry practices and to assess their potential to store carbon. he limited survey information available tended to substantiate the concept that implementing agroforestry practices can help reduce deforestation.