Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Sustainability of Agroecosystems

Edited by Alexandre De Oliveira

University of Florida

The present book is composed of modern theoretical and applied studies that highlight the core principles and evidence of sustainable agriculture. This work is systematically divided into two sections, which summarize crucial insights into this theme, such as agroecological concepts, case studies, soil health, and agroforestry systems. The chapters included in this book have been written by researchers whose expertise allows the relatively complex sustainable agroecosystem-related topics to be easily understood by any reader. Therefore, the target audience comprises not only scholars and specialists in the field but also common people and enthusiasts about this theme. Such chapter's collection is certainly a valuable resource about agricultural sustainable principles and a pleasure reading for those who are willing to dive more deeply into the study of "sustainability of agroecosystems."

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Sustainability of AgroecosystemsEdited by Alexandre De Oliveira

Published: August 22nd 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.70964

ISBN: 978-1-78923-611-8

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-610-1

Copyright year: 2018

Books open for chapter submissions

1119 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Epistemic and Conceptual Orphanhood in the Sustainability of Agroecosystems

By Juan Pablo Martínez-Dávila and Lorena Casanova-Pérez

164

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2. Limited Fertility, Limited Land: Barriers to Sustainability in a Chilean Agrarian Community

By Matt J. Mariola

162

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3. Activity and Variety of Soil Microorganisms Depending on the Diversity of the Soil Tillage System

By Karolina Furtak and Anna Maria Gajda

383

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4. Sustainable Agroecosystems for Livelihood Security in Indian Himalayas

By Ram Prakash Yadav, Jaideep Kumar Bisht, Vijay Singh Meena and Mahipal Choudhary

203

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5. The Cacao Agrosystems in Tabasco, México

By Hortensia Brito-Vega, Edmundo Gómez-Méndez and José Manuel Salaya-Domínguez

207

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