Who Will Feed China: Wake-Up Call for a Small Planet
W.W. Norton & Co. Publishers. 1995. Soft Cover. PB/ pub. 1995/ VG condition/163 pages- Shows that even as water becomes scarce in a land where 80 percent of the grain crop is irrigated, as per-acre yield gains are erased by the loss of cropland to industrialization, and as food production stagna tes, China still increases its population. (C62863). Good.
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