Encyclopaedia of Agricultural Geography

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Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, Jan 1, 2005 - 1460 pages
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Agricultural Geography is the study of natural features of the earth's surface including climate, soil, vegetation, topography etc. and man's response to them. The encyclopaedia work encompasses authentic information on all aspects of geography. Soil, earthen resources, water, rainfall, winds, climate, atmospheric condition, agricultural regions and cropping patterns etc., are given elaborate scientific treatment. The authoritative information with facts and figures contained herein will benefit students, researchers, teachers and scientists in the field.

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