Land quality indicators, Parts 63-315 by Christian J. M. G. Pieri, World Bank

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This concept has been further applied with respect to soil resilience (Greenland and Szabolcs, 1994). So long as indicators of land quality remain less than the levels of thresholds, the environment can recover if pressures are removed. Beyond threshold levels, changes are irreversible or very slowly reversible (Barrow, 1991; Myers, 1992). Page 16 Notes on definitionsIn workshop discussions (World Bank, 1995b), two questions concerning concepts and definitions were raised. 1. The definition of land quality Concern was expressed at the use of the term 'land quality' in the sense here employed.

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