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Title: Agro-ecosystem health: Principles and methods used in high-potential tropical agro-ecosystem
Authors: Gitau, T
McDermott, J J
Waltner-Toews, D
Gathuma, J M
Kang, E K
Keywords: AGROECOSYSTEMS
HEALTH
SOFT SYSTEM METHODOLOGY
KENYA
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
ECOSYSTEM APPROACHES
Date: 2000
Citation: Gitau, T., McDermott, J. J., Waltner-Toews, D., Gathuma, J. M., Kang, E. K., Kimani, V. W., … Otieno, G. O. (2000). Agro-ecosystem health: Principles and methods used in high-potential tropical agro-ecosystem. In M. A. Jabbar, D. G. Peden, M. A. Mohamed Saleem & H. Li Pun (Eds.), Agro-ecosystems, natural resources management and human health related research in East Africa: Proceedings of an IDRC—ILRI international workshop held at ILRI, Add is Ababa Ethiopia, 11—15 May 1998. Nairobi, KE: International Livestock Research Institute.
Abstract: The paper briefly describes the application of agro-ecosystem health framework for characterisation of an agro-ecosystem in central Kenya, and identification of the indications of its health. The lessons learnt from the application are briefly discussed
Related URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10625/7823
ISBN: 92-9146-068-0
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/49866
Project Number: 003157
Project Title: Integrated Assessment of Agricultural Communities (Kenya)
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