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(Article of periodic en Serbo-Croate (latin) - 1981)

Document title

Socijalnogeografski aspekti pojave ugara, odnosno neobradenih oranica. (Socio-geographical aspects of the occurrence of fallows with reference to uncultivated arable land)

Authors(s) and Affiliation(s)

CRKVENCIC I. ;

Abstract

The extent of land used for cultivation has changed frequently throughout history. Generally, increases and decreases of farm land followed a respective change in the population of a given area. In to-day's world, however, there are more factors to be considered. The acreage of cultivated land, for example, is reduced in areas where there is an increase in population and in the standard of living. This modern phenomenon is obviously a reflection of existing social processes and systems. Reduction in cultivated land today is generally linked to arable land, of which a portion is either not cultivated or lying fallow. In this work, the A. analyzes the occurrence of fallows in Croatia within the Croatian macro-regions and the spheres from 1970. Lands in the private sector and those which are socially owned are treated separately.

Source

Article of periodic

published at : Geografski glasnik Zagreb

Editor :

Millesime : 1981, vol. 43 [pp. 95-107]

Bibliographic references : 9 réf.

Language

Serbo-Croate (latin)

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