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Re-examining the "more people less erosion" hypothesis
|Statement||Charlotte Boyd & Tom Slaymaker.|
|Contributions||Slaymaker, Tom., Overseas Development Institute.|
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Re-examining the 'more people less erosion' hypothesis: special case or wider trend. | Overseas Development Institute (ODI) This paper examines how widespread are the prospects for positive outcomes of the ’more people, less erosion’ type.
Drawing on new case studies in six countries (Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda), this paper examines how widespread are the prospects for positive outcomes of the ‘more people, less erosion’ typeAuthor: Charlotte Boyd and Tom Slaymaker.
Hence, the ‘More People Less Erosion' hypothesis (Boyd and Slaymaker,Tiffen et al., ) has been confirmed in this particular semi-arid area where high rural population density compels farmers and authorities to improve land by: The direct link that is sometimes made between soil degradation and population growth is unwarranted.
There are cases where ‘more people’ accompanied ‘less erosion’, as well as cases where soil degradation occurred in spite of declining population by: (). Rationality of farmers' perception of soil erosion: the effectiveness of soil conservation in semi-arid Kenya.
Re-examining the 'more people less erosion' hypothesis: special case or wider trend?Author: M.F.W. Slegers. These types of change generally increase labour productivity, but at the cost of employing less people, and they do not necessarily make the land more productive.
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Tom Slaymaker's 16 research works with citations and 2, reads, including: Agricultural rehabilitation and social protection in countries emerging from conflict. The land use changes resulted in a strong decrease of the areas subject to intense soil degradation: afforestation with Eucalyptus trees on degraded lands was successful in controlling soil erosion in the lower parts of the catchment.
The relationship between land use and sediment load in the river system is not by: Re-examining the 'more people less erosion' hypothesis: special case or wider trend. This paper examines how widespread are the prospects for positive outcomes of the ’more people, less erosion’ type.
These authors found, for example, that there was no more correlation in Re-examining the more people less erosion hypothesis book values among people that lived in isolated villages than there was among people who depended less on forest resources.
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She forms this hypothesis: “If a ﬁeld is not plowed, then it will have less soil loss.” A hypothesis is a reasonable answer to a question that can be tested. It may be a right or wrong answer, but it must be testable to be a scientiﬁc hypothesis.
The farmer’s hypothesis is testable, so she decides to an experiment. Annual and Permanent Cropland / Cultivated Area. Sum of land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen gardens and land temporarily fallow (land abandoned for less than five years, or as a result of shifting cultivation.
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Materials vary in their resistance to this attack; some areas are worn down more rapidly than others. Less is More Hypothesis One of Newport's most well-known contributions to the field of language acquisition research is the Less is More Hypothesis.
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the easier a theory is the more it unifies an systematizes our knowledge and the less likely it is o be false because there are fewer ways for it to go wrong. Other things being equal, the best hypothesis is the one that makes the fewest assumptions. The launch of More People, Less Erosion at the ODI in London was electric – several staff members of the UK Department for International Development, the World Bank, and academic researchers from East Africa were there, and the study has echoed through revisionist thinking about African degradation myths and agrarian policy ever since.
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The Caatinga (dry land vegetation) is one of the most characteristic vegetation types in northeastern Brazil. It occupies a large percentage of the semi-arid region there, and generally supports two major types of economic activity: seasonal agriculture and the harvesting of plant products.
However, very little information is available concerning the interaction of people Cited by: Soil erosion on the Blackfeet reservation exemplifies the causes and effects of environmental destruction tied to lack of protective vegetation.
Learner Outcomes: Students should be able to: Develop a hypothesis about soil erosion; do an experiment to test the hypothesis. Realize that plant roots help prevent soil erosion.
the null and alternative hypothesis are not free of priors. Rather, the usual procedures involve an implicit, unstated prior that is likely to be far from scientiﬁcally neutral.
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