Human Environment and Spatial Relationships in Agricultural Production: The Case Study of Sri Lanka and Other Tea Producing Countries Patrick Mendis

ISBN: 9780820417356

Published: December 1st 1992

Hardcover

256 pages


Description

Human Environment and Spatial Relationships in Agricultural Production: The Case Study of Sri Lanka and Other Tea Producing Countries  by  Patrick Mendis

Human Environment and Spatial Relationships in Agricultural Production: The Case Study of Sri Lanka and Other Tea Producing Countries by Patrick Mendis
December 1st 1992 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 256 pages | ISBN: 9780820417356 | 8.78 Mb

This book, an interdisciplinary study of human environment and spatial organization in agriculture, covers the historical development of the tea industry and analyzes a set of intriguing relationships among estate size, management, and environmentalMoreThis book, an interdisciplinary study of human environment and spatial organization in agriculture, covers the historical development of the tea industry and analyzes a set of intriguing relationships among estate size, management, and environmental factors of tea production in Sri Lanka.

It applies a host of geographic and economic data to a production function analysis in order to examine returns to scale, intensity of land use, and relationships between yield and factors of tea production. These results are compared with other findings from major tea and coffee producing countries as well as selected crops from developed and developing countries. Finally, this study provides a framework for spatially and environmentally sensitive policy options to optimize efficiency and equity considerations of the tea sector in Sri Lanka.



Enter the sum





Related Archive Books



Related Books


Comments

Comments for "Human Environment and Spatial Relationships in Agricultural Production: The Case Study of Sri Lanka and Other Tea Producing Countries":


universalproductss.com

©2012-2015 | DMCA | Contact us