Bruun TB, Egay K, Mertz O, Magid J (2013) Improved sampling methods document decline in soil organic carbon stocks and concentrations of permanganate oxidizable carbon after transition from swidden
to oil palm cultivation.
Contract notice: LE[micro]schgruppenfahrzeug lf 10 according to din 14530-5, edition 2011-11 for firefighters swidden
Environmental Consequences of the Demise in Swidden
Cultivation in Southeast Asia: Carbon Storage and Soil Quality.
Although much of the deforestation was due to commercial logging, many Thai's blamed upland minority groups like the Hmong for clearing too much land for swidden
and other forms of shifting agriculture (Pinkaew 1999; Gillogly 2004:128) Though the claim does not seem to hold up to serious scrutiny (Delang 2002).
agriculture, like that of other indigenous groups in the Amazon, is characterized by a relatively small area of forest disturbance, multi-cropping, great genetic diversity of crop cultivars and a rapid process of forest regeneration (Posey, Balee 1989).
agriculture, village longevity, and social relations in Formative central Tlaxcala: towards an understanding of macroregional structure.
She also describes the changes that occurred from the pre-1930s era, when virgin forest was still being brought under swidden
cultivation, through the Japanese occupation, down to the present.
agriculture dung is not needed as the field is abandoned after a few years of cultivation following soil exhaustion (Soininen 1975, 54 ff.
He pointed to the relatively uniform material culture; the wide range of elevations of group territories, I suppose of single territories; swidden
cultivation with taro as the most prestigious crop; a premium on mobility at individual and group levels; the self-sufficiency of local groups; the men's 'cult ritual'; and the 'common linkage to Afek' (1996: 192-3).
But by the time the parched, sunbaked, swidden
ground around the Jonestown compound came into view from the back of a truck on a rutted jungle road, it was far too late for doubts.
Tsimane indigenous knowledge, swidden
fallow management and conservation.
Up to present day these groups have maintained much of their traditional life including aspects of cosmology, religion, methods of subsistence, swidden
agriculture, ways of hunting and fishing and the gathering of natural products from the forest.