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Animal farming and environmental interactions in the Mediterranean region.


Animal farming and environmental interactions in the Mediterranean region.

Ed. by I. Casasus et al.

Wageningen Academic Publishers


276 pages



EAAP publication; no.131


From the ninth International Mediterranean Symposium, held in Zadar, Croatia, in October 2010, agricultural and environmental scientists analyze relationships between raising livestock and the environment they are raised in, as a step to optimizing the balance between production and environmental health. The 34 papers cover animal-environment interaction, the environmental impact of human activities on livestock systems, environmentally sustainable livestock production, animal-water interaction in aquaculture, and management and production issues of Mediterranean farming systems. There is no subject index. Distributed in the US by Enfield.

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