2 edition of Grass land : its management and improvement found in the catalog.
Grass land : its management and improvement
Stapledon, Reginald George Sir
|Statement||by R. G. Stapledon and J. A. Hanley.|
|Contributions||Hanley, James Alec, 1886-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||28000055|
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The Great Plains is often referred to as the American Serengeti. The million acres stretching from Canada to Mexico once had an abundance of wildlife unmatched anywhere else in North America. The symbiotic relationship between wildlife and the grasslands is what makes this place so special. Deep-rooted perennial grasses keep the deep soils intact and feed the abundant grazers including elk. • The elements of total quality management or continuous quality improvement have been attributed to W. Edwards Deming; however, Deming attributes the concept to Walter Shewart at Bell Laboratories. Deming nevertheless applied the principles to a wide range of management situations.
Grazing land management and pasture improvement was one of the options considered by Smith et al., as outlined in Fig. 3. Of the total global mitigation potential of 55–6 Gt CO 2 equivalent year −1, almost 15 Gt was related to grazing land management and pasture improvement. There are a number of practices that could contribute to. The country has also witnessed an improvement in governance and more sustainable management of its natural resources, upon which the majority of the poor depend. This chapter discusses land degradation and improvement and the government land-based policies and strategies implemented with an objective of reducing rural poverty and improve human.
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