Agricultural development and environmental research; American and Czechoslovak perspectives; proceedings of a bilateral workshop

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Authors:Phillips, A. S.; Schweitzer, G. E.
Corporate Authors:U. S., National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, performer
Source:233p.; Bilateral workshop on Agricultural development and environmental research; American and Czechoslovak perspectives, Ceske Budejovice, Czechoslovakia, April 7-10, 1987. Availability: National Technical Information Service, (703)605-6000, order number PB96-199815NEG, Springfield, VA, United States
Publication Date:1987
Note:In English. Individual papers are not cited separately
Summary:This is a report of a bilateral workshop jointly sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences and the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. Research priorities identified by workshop participants include: (1) development and application of systems analysis techniques in managing natural and altered ecosystems; (2) investigation of nutrient transformations and losses in ecosystems; (3) development and application of exposure assessment techniques, including estimating human exposure to pesticides and other toxic chemicals; (4) development of techniques for minimizing waste generation; (5) expansion of research on genetic engineering to develop plant species resistant to diseases and pests, and (6) determination of effects of acid deposition on biological systems.
Subjects:Agricultural waste; Agriculture; Controls; Ecology; Ecosystems; Natural resources; Pesticides; Plantae; Pollution; Production; Soil management; Soils; Symposia; Transformations; Water management; Central Europe; Czech Republic; Europe; Slovakia; United States; Czechoslovakia; Environment
Record ID:2001001147
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from NTIS database, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA, United States
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