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  1. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2003

    Econometric and simulation analyses indicate that land degradation does not threaten agricultural productivity growth and food security at the global level, but problems exist in some areas. Improving market performance could reduce erosion-induced yield losses to 0.1 percent per year and the number of hungry people in less-developed countries by 5 percent over 10 years.

  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2003

    This review addresses the issue of whether global intellectual property protection regimes are hindering access to agricultural biotechnologies by developing countries. It is assumed that harmonization of worldwide legislation and regulations on intellectual property rights will continue. As such, emphasis is placed on the ways in which developing countries are or should be dealing with these issues.

  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    October, 2003

    The Medford City Council recognized the need to identify and manage its wetlands as a result of theCity’s revision of the Environmental Element of the Medford Comprehensive Plan in 2000. TheEnvironmental Element was further refined relative to the wetland protection program early in 2003. [From the Document]
    169 pp. Bookmarks supplied by UO. Published October 31, 2003. Captured January 4, 2008.

  4. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 2003

    Many cases of externalities in agricultural production such as pesticide drift, cross-pollination, and offensive odors are attributable to the incompatibility of neighboring land uses. This paper offers an examination of when an efficient activity arrangement is compatible with free-market incentives. Also, free-market and socially efficient activity arrangements are characterized in terms of spatial concentration of the externality generating uses.

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