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New Mexico State University (2012)

Impermanence factors and rangeland management in the desert southwest

Parry SF

Titre : Impermanence factors and rangeland management in the desert southwest

Auteur  : Parry SF

University : New Mexico State University

Grade : Master of Science (2012)

Résumé
Impermanence syndrome has been defined as a condition of anticipation or even apprehension by farmers due to their perception of increasing urbanization pressures on cropland. This condition has been found to account for disinvestment as well as an erosion of producer confidence and long-run planning. This research attempts to determine the degree to which impermanence factors are perceived by western rangeland livestock producers operating on federal lands in the southwestern United States. Factors other than urbanization are explored as potentially contributing to impermanence perceptions and conditions.

Mots Clés : cropland, farming, impermanence syndrome, public rangeland, rangeland management, urbanization

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