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Title: Land
Authors: Audouin, M
Keywords: Land
Cultivation
South African agriculture
Land degradation
Western Cape
Environment
Desertification
Soil degradation
Veld degradation
Issue Date: Jan-2007
Publisher: Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism
Citation: Audouin, M. 2007. Land. Western Cape: State of the Environment Report 2005, pp 62-67.
Series/Report no.: Workflow;6376
Abstract: Unsustainable agricultural practices have had a role to play in the degradation of land on which agriculture depends. South Africa has an international obligation to develop a National Action Programme (NAP), the purpose of which is to identify the factors contributing to desertification and practical measures necessary to combat desertification and mitigate the effect of drought. The priority issues reported on in this chapter are soil and veld degradation, and the loss of land for agricultural use.
Description: Copyright: 2007. Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism.
URI: http://www.capegateway.gov.za/Text/2005/12/07_soer__land_optimised_05.pdf
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