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89B1 Lester R. Brown, Christopher Flavin, Sandra Postel, "A World At Risk", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1989, W. W. Norton Co., New York (1989) pp. 3-20.
89B2 Lester R. Brown, "Reexamining the World Food Prospect", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1989, W. W. Norton Co., New York (1989) pp. 41-58.
89B3 V. W. Benson et al, "Conservation Impacts on Crop Productivity for the Life of a Soil", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 600-604.
89B4 J. D. Bilbro, "Evaluation of 16 fall-seeded Cultivars for Controlling Wind Erosion", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 228-231.
89B5 Lester R. Brown, "Feeding Six Billion", Worldwatch (Sept-October 1989), pp. 32-40.
89B6 Benson, V.W., Oliver W. Rice, Paul T. Dyke, Jimmy R. Williams, and C. Allan Jones, "Conservation impacts on crop productivity for the life of a soil", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 600-604 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89B7 Barbero, Marcel, Roger Loisel, and Pierre Quezel, "La foret mediterraneenne", Le Aerialdu CNRS, No.72, Paris (1989) pp. 50-51 French (EROS - 4/17/95).
89B8 Buringh, P., Availability of agricultural land for crop and livestock production In: Food and Natural Resources. Pimentel. D. and Hall. C.W. (editors), Academic Press, San Diego, pp.69-83 (1989).
89B9 Braune, E and Looser, U. (1989) Cost impacts of sediments in South African rivers. Sediment and the Environment, Proceedings of the Baltimore Symposium (May 1989) pp. 131-142.
89C1 Kenneth A. Cook, "The Environmental Era of US Agricultural Policy", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 362-366.
89C2 Daniel Colacicco, Tim Osborn, Klaus Alt, "Economic Damage from Soil Erosion", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 35-39.
89C3 Han Chunru, "Recent changes in the rural environment in China", Journal of Applied Ecology 26 (1989) pp. 803-812 (EROS -4/17/95).
89C4 Colacicco, Daniel, Tim Osborn, and Klaus Alt, "Economic damage from soil erosion", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 44 (1989) pp. 35-39 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89D1 Alan Durning, "Cradles of Life", Worldwatch (May-June, 1989) pp.30-40.
89E1 Ehrlich, P. in On Global Warming, First Presidential Symposium on World Issues, Va. Polytechnic Institute and State University (September 1989).
89F1 Fu, Bojie, "Land use and management on the Loess Plateau", Chinese Journal of Arid Land Research 2 (1989) pp. 361-368 (EROS -4/17/95).
89G1 Ellen B. Geld, "Will Farming Destroy Brazil's Amazon Basin?", Wall Street Journal (1/13/89).
89G2 Tommy A. George and Judy Choate, "A First Look at the 1987 National Resource Inventory", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 555-556.
89G3 Jeffrey M. Gillespie et al, "An Economic Analysis of Conservation Tillage Systems under the Conservation Provisions of the 1985 Farm Bill", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 483-487.
89H1 Paul C. Huszar, "Targeting Wind Erosion Reduction Measures Based on Off-Site Costs", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 612-615.
89H2 B. L. Harris, J. N. Habiger, Z. L. Carpenter, "The Conservation Title: Concerns and Recommendations from the Great Plains", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp.371-378.
89H3 Wen-Yuan Huang, "Costs and Implications of Conservation Compliance", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 521-526.
89H4 Guo Huancheng, Wu Dengru, and Zhu Hongxing, "Land restoration in China", Journal of Applied Ecology 26 (1989) pp. 787-792 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89H5 Haigh, Martin J., "Reclamation of gullied lands in northern Pakistan", in Eckhard Baum, Peter Wolff, and Michael A. Zobisch (editors), The Extent of Soil Erosion - Regional Comparisons. Deutsches Institut fur Tropische und Subtropische Landwirtschaft (GMbH), Witzenhausen, Germany (1989) pp.189-201 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89J1 Jodi L. Jacobson, "Abandoning Homelands", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1989, W.W. Norton Co., New York (1989) pp. 59-76.
89K1 Kates, R. W. et al., The Hunger Report: Update 1989, Brown University Hunger Project, Brown University, Providence, RI (1989).
89K2 Margaret L. Knox, "No Nation an Island", Sierra Magazine (June 1989) pp. 78-84.
89L1 Marcia D. Lowe, "China's Shrinking Cropland", WorldWatch, 2(4) (1989) p. 36.
89L2 Lee, John G., Kelly J. Bryant, and Ronald D. Lacewell, "Crop rotation selection versus wind erosion susceptibility", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 620-624 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89L3 LeHouerou, H. N., "Agro-silvicultura y silvo-pastoralismo para combatir la degradacion del suelo en la cuenca mediterranea: Viejas soluciones para problemas nuevos" in Francisco Lopez Bermudez, Jose Alberto Pardos, y Angel Ramos (editors), Degradacion de Zonas Aridas en el Entorno Mediterraneo, Direccion General de Medio Ambiente, Ministerio de Obras Publicas y Urbanismo, Madrid, (1989) pp.105-116 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89L4 Lopez Bermudez, Francisco, "Incidencia de la erosion hidrica en la desertification de una cuenca fluvial mediterranea semiarida: Cuenca del Segura, Espana" in Francisco Lopez Bermudez, Jose Alberto Pardos, y Angel Ramos (editors), Degradacion de Zonas Aridas en el Entorno Mediterraneo, Direccion General de Medio Ambiente, Ministerio de Obras Publicas y Urbanismo, Madrid (1989), pp. 63-81 (in Spanish) (EROS - 4/17/95).
89M1 James D. Mertes, "Trends in Governnment Control of Erosion and Sedimentation in Urban Developments", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 550-554.
89M2 John Mixon, Larry Thompson, "Forestation and the CRP", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) p. 437.
89M3 Martin, P., Rosenberg, N. and McKenney, M. Sensitivity of evapo-transpiration in a wheat field, a forest and a grassland to changes in climatic and direct effects of carbon dioxide, Climate Change 14 (1989) pp.117-52.
89N1 V. Novotny, Gordon Chester, "Delivery of Sediment and Pollutants from Non-point Sources: A Water Quality Perspective", Journal of Soil and Water Cons., 44 (1989) pp. 568-576.
89P1 Steven Piper, "Measuring Particulate Pollution Damage from Wind Erosion in the Western US", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 44 (1989) pp. 70-75.
89P2 Sandra Postel, "Halting Land Degradation", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1989, W.W. Norton Co., New York (1989) pp. 21-40.
89P3 Tony Prato et al, "Soil Erosion and Non-Point Source Pollution Control in an Idaho Watershed", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 323-328.
89P4 Steven Piper, "Estimating the Off-Site Benefits from a Reduction in Wind Erosion and the Optimal Level of Wind Erosion Control", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp.334-9.
89P5 Sandra Postel, "Land's End", World Watch (Jan.-June 1989) pp.12-20.
89P6 Piper, Stephen, "Measuring particulate pollution damage from wind erosion in the western United States", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp.70-5 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89R1 Marc O. Ribaudo, "CRP: What Economic Benefit?", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 421-424.
89R2 J. Roberts et al, "State Regulation of Soil Erosion", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 209-211.
89R3 Marc O. Ribaudo et al, "The Economic Efficiency of Voluntary Soil Conservation Programs", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 40-43.
89S1 D. L. Schertz et al, "Effect of Past Soil Erosion on Crop Productivity in Indiana", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 604-612.
89S2 B. R. Stinner, G. J. House, "The Search for Sustainable Agro-ecosystems", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp.111-116.
89S3 W. R. Schroeder, J. Kort, "Shelterbelts in the Soviet Union", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp.130-134.
89S4 Soweileh, O., "Country report for the Yemen Arab Republic", in Dieter Rappenhoner (editor), Resource Conservation and Desertification Control in the Near East, Deutsche Stiftung fur Internationale Entwicklung, Feldafing, Germany, (1989) pp. 31-34 (EROS -4/17/95).
89S5 Schertz, D. L., W. C. Moldenhauer, S. J. Livingston, G. A. Weesies, and E. A. Hintz, "Effect of past soil erosion on crop productivity in Indiana" Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp. 604-608 (EROS - 4/17/95).
89U1 (Author Unknown), "CRP Acreage Nears 34 Million", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) p. 580.
89U2 (Author Unknown), "No-Till Acres Increases in 1989", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) p. 580.
89U3 (Author Unknown), "Another Minnesota County Passes Erosion Ordinance", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) p.142.
89U4 (Author unknown), "Madagascar Teeters on the Brink", WorldWatch 2(2) (1989) p.10.
89U5 World Health Organization/UNEP, Public Health Impact of Pesticides Used in Agriculture. WHO/UNEP, Geneva (1989).
89U6 National Academy of Sciences, One Earth, One Future, Washington (1989).
89Y1 K. H.Yoo, J. T. Touchton, "Runoff and Soil Losses by Crop Growth Stage Under three Cotton Tillage Systems", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (1989) pp.225-228.
89Y2 Yang, Qinye, "The physical-geographical zone of the Loess Plateau", Chinese Journal of Arid Land Research 2 (1989) pp. 283-92 (EROS - 4/17/95).

90A1 Philip H. Abelson, "Opportunities in Agricultural Research", Science, 248 (1990) p. 941.
90A2 Philip H. Abelson, "Dialog on the Future of Agriculture", Science, 249 (1990) p. 457.
90A3 Julio C. Alegre, Carmen Felipe-Morales, Braulio La Torre, "Soil Consevation Studies in Peru", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 417-420.
90A4 Attaviroj, Pitsanu, " Soil erosion and land degradation in the northern Thai uplands" in John A. Dixon, David E. James, and Paul B. Sherman (editors), Dryland Management: Economic Case Studies, Earthscan Publications, Ltd., London, (1990) pp. 18-33 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90B1 Lester R. Brown, "The Illusion of Progress", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1990, W. W. Norton Co., New York (1990) pp. 3-16.
90B2 Lester R. Brown, John E. Young, "Feeding the World in the '90s", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1990, W.W. Norton Co., New York (1990) pp. 59-78.
90B3 Holly Brough, "Zimbabwe Sows Seeds of Land Equality", Worldwatch 3(3) (1990) pp. 37-38.
90B4 Boardman, J., "Soil erosion on the South Downs: A review" in J. Boardman, I.D.L. Foster, and J.A. Dearing (editors), Soil Erosion on Agricultural Land, John Wiley and Sons, London (1990) pp. 87-105 (EROS -4/17/95).
90C1 Jereme Cherfas, "FAO Proposes a "New" Plan for Feeding Africa", Science, 250 (1990) pp.748-49.
90C3 T. A. Cohn, "Method for Estimating Constituent Loads in Rivers", EOS, 71(20) (1990) p.711.
90D1 H. E. Dregne, "Erosion and Soil Productivity in Africa", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 431-436.
90D2 Dumsday, R. G., and D. A. Oram, "Economics of dryland salinity control in the Murray River Basin, northern Victoria (Australia)", in John A. Dixon, David E. James, and Paul B. Sherman (editors), Dryland Management: Economic Case Studies, Earthscan Publications, Ltd., London, (1990) pp. 215-240 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90D3 Djorovic, Miroljub, "Experimental study of erosion and crop production on bench terraces on sloping land" in J. Boardman, I. D. L. Foster, and J. A. Dearing (editors), Soil Erosion on Agricultural Land, John Wiley and Sons, London, (1990) pp. 531-536 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90D4 Dunkerley, J. et al., Patterns of Energy Use in Developing Countries, Desai, A.V. (ed) Wiley Easter, Limited. International Development Centre Ottawa (1990).
90E1 C. Edwin Young and C. Tim Osborn, "Costs and Benefits of the Conservation Reserve Program", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 370-373.
90F1 Hilary F. French, "Green Revolutions: Environmental Reconstruction in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union", Worldwatch Paper 99 (November1990) 64 pp.
90G1 Glen M. Green, Robert W. Sussman, "Deforestation History of the Eastern Rain Forests of Madagascar from Satellite Images", Science, 248 (1990) pp.212-215.
90G2 Girt, J., "Land degradation costs in Canada: A recent assessment" in John A. Dixon, David E. James, and Paul B. Sherman (editors), Dryland Management: Economic Case Studies, Earthscan Publications, Ltd., London, (1990) pp. 294-303 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90G3 Gantzer, C. J., S. H. Anderson, A. L. Thompson, and J. R Brown, "Estimating soil erosion after 100 years of cropping on Sanborn Field", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 45 (1990) pp. 641-644 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90H1 Robert Holman, "Malnutrition in Vietnam", Wall Street Journal (10/31/90).
90H2 Paul C. Huszar, Harold C. Cochrane, "Constraints to Conservation Farming in Java's Uplands", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 420-423.
90H3 Harris, Trevor, and John Boardman, "A rule-based expert system approach to predicting waterborne soil erosion" in J. Boardman, I. D. L. Foster, and J. A. Dearing (editors), Soil Erosion on Agricultural Land, John Wiley and Sons, London, (1990) pp. 401-412 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90H4 Haigh, Martin, J., "Problems of land reclamation: Pothwar loess plateau, Pakistan" in J. Boardman, I. D. L. Foster, and J. Dearing (editors) Soil Erosion on Agricultural Land, John Wiley and Sons, London, (1990) pp. 645-656 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90I1 Ichim, I., G. Mihaiu, V. Surdeanu, M. Radoane, and N. Radoane, "Gully erosion on agricultural lands in Romania" in J. Boardman, I. D. L. Foster, and J. A. Dearing (editors), Soil Erosion on Agricultural Land, John Wiley and Sons, London, (1990) pp. 55-67 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90J1 Jennings, Michael D., Baird C. Miller, David F. Bezdicek, and David Granatstein, "Sustainability of dryland cropping in the Palouse: An historical view" Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 75-80 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90J2 Jansky, Libor, "Land husbandry in the heart of Europe", World Association of Soil and Water Conservation Newsletter, 6(1) (1990) p. 6 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90K1 Kalikander, Flavian, and D. A. Hoekstra, "Dryland Management: The Machakos District, Kenya" in John A. Dixon, David E. James, and Paul B. Sherman (editor), Dryland Management: Economic Case Studies, Earthscan Publications, Ltd., London, (1990) pp. 43-55 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90K2 Kertesz, Adam, Denes Loczy, and Istvan Olah, "Soil conservation policy and practice for croplands in Hungary" in J. Boardman, I. D. L.Foster, and J. A. Dearing (editors), Soil Erosion on Agricultural Land, John Wiley and Sons, London, (1990) pp. 605-19 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90L1 Rattan Lai, "Low-Resource Agriculture Alternatives in Sub-Saharan Africa", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 437-445.
90L2 LeHouerou, H. N., "Agro-forestry and sylvo-pastoralism to combat land degradation in the Mediterranean Basin: Old approaches to new problems", Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 33 (1990) pp. 99-109 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90L3 Lopez-Bermudez, Francisco, "Soil erosion by water on the desertification of a semi-arid Mediterranean fluvial basin: The Segura basin, Spain" Agriculture, Ecosytems and Environment, 33 (1990) pp. 129-145 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90L4 Lal. R., Soil Erosion and Land Degradation: The Global Risks. In: Advances in Soil Science, 11. Soil Degradation. Lal. R. and Stewart, B.A. (eds). Springer-Verlag, New York (1990).
90L5 M. I. L'vovich and G. F. White, "Use and Transformation of Terrestrial Water Systems", pp.235-52 in The Earth as Transformed by Human Action: Global and Regional Changes in the Biosphere over the Past 300 years, B. L. Turner et al editors, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK (1990).
90M1 Robert H. Meade, Ted R. Yuzyk, Terry J. Day, "Movement and Storage of Sediments in Rivers of the United States and Canada", in Wolman, M, G, and Riggs, H. C., editors Surface Water Hydrology, Boulder, CO, Geological Society of America, The Geology of North America, V.O-1.
90M2 Morgan, R.P.C., and R. J. Rickson, "Issues on soil erosion in Europe: The need for a soil conservation policy" in J. Boardman, I. D. L. Foster, and J. A. Dearing (editors), Soil Erosion on Agricultural Lands, John Wiley and Sons, London, (1990) pp. 591-603 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90O1 L. R. Oldeman, T. A. Hakkeling, W. G. Sambroek, Global Assessment of Soil Degradation, Wageningen, The Netherlands, ISRIC/UNEP (1990).
90O2 L. R. Oldeman, R.T. A. Hakkeling, and W.G. Sombroek, "World Map Status of the Human-induced Soil Degradation: an Explanatory Note," Revised Second Edition, Wageningen: International Soil Reference and Information Centre (1990).
90P1 Milan J. Pavich, "Weathering Process Research-Pedology and Soil Geochemistry in Drainage Basins", in Bruce P. Doe, editor, Proceedings of A USGS Workshop on Environmental Geochemistry", USGS Circ. 1033 (1990) pp. 33-36 (free from USGS).
90P2 Curtis J. Paskett, Charles-Emile Philoctete, "Soil Conservation in Haiti", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp.457-459.
90P3 Clive Ponting, "Historical Perspective on Sustainable Development", Environment 32(9) pp. 4-9 and pp. 31-33.
90P4 Paskett, Curtis J., and Charles-Emile Philoctete, "Soil conservation in Haiti", Journal of Soil Conservation 45 (1990) pp. 457-459 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90P5 Pimentel, D., Environmental and Social Implications of Waste in Agriculture, Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Ethics 3 (1990) pp. 5-20.
90R1 Robert Repetto, "Deforestation in the Tropics", Scientific American, 262 (4/90) pp. 36-42.
90R2 John R. Reganold, Robert I. Papendick, James F. Parr, "Sustainable Agriculture", Scientific American 262 (June 1990) pp.112-119.
90S1 James P. Sterba, "Indonesia Gives Rice Farming a Face Lift", Wall Street Journal (4/16/90).
90S2 D. W. Sanders, "New Strategies for Soil Conservation", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 511-516.
90S3 Wm. H. Schlesinger et al, "Biological Feedbacks in Global Desertification", Science, 247 (1990) pp.1043-1048.
90S4 Sinden, J. A., A. R. Sutas, and T. P. Yapp, "Damage costs of land degradation: An Australian perspective" in John A. Dixon, David E. James, and Paul B. Sherman (editors), Dryland Management: Economic Case Studies, Earthscan Publications, Ltd., London, (1990) pp. 265-81 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90S5 Society for the Promotion of Wastelands Development, "Economic and social change in a small rural community in the degraded lower Shivalik hill range in north India" in John A Dixon, David E. James, and Paul B. Sherman (editors), Dryland Management: Economic Case Studies, Earthscan Publications, Ltd., London, (1990) pp.177-195 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90S6 Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development, "Dryland management options in wastelands development: Jawaja Block, Rajasthan" in John A. Dixon, David E. James, and Paul B. Sherman (editors), Dryland Management: Economic Case Studies, Earthscan Publications, Ltd., London (1990) pp.196-211 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90S7 Siebert, Stephen F., and Jill M. Belsky, "Bench terracing in the Kerenci uplands of Sumatra, Indonesia", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 45 (1990) pp. 559-562 (EROS - 4/17/95).
90S8 Sehgal, J. L. et al., Agro-ecological regions of India. Technical Bulletin 24, NBSS and LUP, New Delhi (1990) pp. 1-76.
90U1 World Watch Institute, State of The World, 1990, Washington (1990).
90U2 A Report by The World Resources Institute, 1990. World Resources 1990-1991, Oxford University Press, New York (1990).
90U3 Global Ecology Handbook, Beacon Press, Boston (1990).
90U4 US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Statistics, US Government Printing Office (1990).
90W1 World Resources Institute, World Resources 1990-91, Oxford University Press, New York (1990) 383 pp.
90W2 Philip H. Wheeler, "An Innovative County Soil Erosion Control Ordinance", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 45 (1990) pp. 374-378.
90W3 Peter Weber, "U. S. Farmers Cut Soil Erosion by 1/3", WorldWatch 3(4) (1990) pp. 5-6.

91A1 D. Anthony, D. Y. Telegin, D. Brown, "The Origin of Horseback Riding", Scientific American, (Dec. 1991) pp. 94-100.
91A2 Meinrat O. Andreae, "Biomass Burning; Its History, Use, and Distribution and its Impact on Environmental Quality and Global Climate", in Joel S. Levine, editor, Global Biomass Burning: Atmospheric, Climatic, and Biospheric Implications, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (1991).
91B1 Lester R. Brown, "Fertilizer Engine Losing Steam", Worldwatch, 4 (1991) pp. 32-33.
91B2 Lester R. Brown, "The New World Order", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1991, W. W. Norton Co., New York (1991) pp. 3-20.
91B3 Lester Brown, "The Global Competition for Land", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp. 394-397.
91B4 Barrow, C. J., Land Degradation, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1991).
91D1 de Ploey, J., A. Imeson, and L. R. Oldeman, "Soil erosion, soil degradation, and climatic change" in F. M. Brouwer, A. J. Thomas, and M. J. Chadwick (editors), Land Use Changes in Europe, Kluwer Academic Publishers, London, Chapter12, (1991) pp. 275-292 (EROS - 4/17/95).
91D2 Darkoh, M. B. K., "Land degradation and resource management in Kenya" Desertification Control Bulletin 18 (1991) pp. 61-72 (EROS - 4/17/95).
91E1 Economic Research Service, AR-23., Agricultural Resources: Cropland Water, and Conservation Situation and Outlook Report, US Department of Agriculture, Washington DC (1991).
91F1 Hilary F. French, "Destroying the East European and Soviet Environments", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1991, W. W. Norton Co., New York (1991) pp.93-112.
91H1 L. J. Hagen, "A Wind Erosion Prediction System to meet User Needs", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp. 106-111.
91H2 L. Hoffman, R. E. Ries, "Relationship of Soil and Plant Characteristics to Erosion and Runoff on Pasture and Range", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp.143-147.
91H3 S. M. Hindall, "Temporal Trends in Fluvial-Sediment Discharge in Ohio, 1950-1987", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp. 311-313.
91H4 Hashim, Ghulam Moh'd, "Agricultural development of slopelands in Malaysia" in W. C. Moldenhauer, N. W. Hudson, T. C. Sheng, and San-Wei Lee (editors), Development of Conservation Farming on Hill-slopes, Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, Iowa (1991) pp. 49-56 (EROS - 4/17/95).
91H5 Huizing, H. and Bronsveld, K., "The use of geographical information systems and remote sensing for evaluating the sustainability of land-use systems", In Evaluation for sustainable land management in the developing world, p. 545-562. IBSRAM Proceedings No. 12. Vol. 2, Bangkok (1991).
91J1 Veena Joshi, "Biomass Burning in India", in Joel S. Levine, editor, Global Biomass Burning: Atmospheric, Climatic, and Biospheric Implications, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (1991).
91K1 Karavayeva, N. A., T. G. Nefedova, and V. O. Targulian, "Historical land use changes and soil degradation on the Russian Plain" in F. M. Brouwer, A. J. Thomas, and M. J. Chadwick (editors), Land Use Changes in Europe, Kluwer Academic Publishers, London, Chapter16 (1991) pp. 351-377 (EROS - 4/17/95).
91L1 J. W. Looney, "Land Degradation in Australia: The Search for a Legal Remedy", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp. 256-259.
91L2 Looney, J. W., "Land degradation in Australia: The search for a legal remedy", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp. 256-259 (EROS - 4/17/95).
91L3 Lai, R. and Pierce, F. J., Soil Management for Sustainability, Ankeny, Iowa: Soil and Water Conservation Society. In: Coop. with World Association of Soil and Water Conservation and Soil Science Society of America. (1991).
91L4 Lal, R., Land degradation and its impact on food and other resources. In: Food and Natural Resources, Pimentel, D. (editor), Academic Press, San Diego, p. 85-104 (1991).
91M1 Michalson, E. L., and R. I. Papendick, "STEEP**, a regional model for environmental research and education ", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp. 245-50 (EROS - 4/17/95).
91M2 McNamara, R. S., Rafael M. Salas Memorial Lecture, UN, New York (1991).
91M3 Robert C. Musselman, Douglas O. Fox, "A Review of the Role of Temperate Forests in the Global CO2 Balance", Journal Air and Waste Management Association, 41 (June 1991) pp. 798-807.
91N1 Thomas J. Nimbos and Ron F. Savage, "Successful Soil Conservation in the Ecuadorian Highlands", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 46 (1991) pp. 341-343.
91N2 Nangju, Dimyati, "Management of hill-slopes for sustainable agriculture" in W. C. Moldenhauer, N W. Hudson, T. C. Sheng, and San-Wei Lee (editors), Development of Conservation Farming on Hill Slopes, Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, Iowa (1991) pp. 35-42 (EROS - 4/17/95).
91O1 Oldeman, L., Hakkeling, R. and Sombroek, W., "World map of the status of human-induced soil degradation", second revised edition, Global Assessment of Soil Degradation (GLASOD), International Soil Reference Information Center (ISRIC) and Wageningen, the Netherlands, ISRIC and Nairobi, UNEP (1991).
91O2 OECD, The state of the environment. Paris, OECD (1991).
91P1 Sandra Postel, Christopher Flavin, "Reshaping the Global Economy", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of The World 1991, W. W. Norton Co., New York (1991) pp. 170-188.
91P2 D. Pimentel, Diversification of Biological Control Strategies in Agriculture. Crop Protection 10 (1991) pp. 243-253.
91P3 David Pimental, and Marcia Pimentel, "Land, Energy and Water: the constraints governing Ideal US Population Size," Focus (Spring 1991). NPG Forum, 1990. http://www.dieoff.com/page136.htm

91S1 Vaclav Smil, "Population growth and nitrogen: an exploration of a critical existential link." Population and Development Review 17: (1991) pp. 569-601.
91T1 Compton J. Tucker, Harold E. Dregne, Wilbur W. Newcomb, "Expansion and Contraction of the Sahara Desert from 1980-1990", Science, 253 (1991) pp. 99-301.
91T2 Troeh, F. R., Hobbs, J. A. and Donahue, R. L., Soil and Water Conservation. 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall Englewood Cliffs NJ (1991).
91U1 (Author Unknown), "The Future Written in a Grain of Rice", The Economist (3/9/91) pp. 83-84.
91U2 (Author Unknown), "Africa's Food Crisis", Wall Street Journal (3/29/91).
91U3 United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) "Population, Resources and the Environment", London, UNFPA (1991).
91W1 World Bank, World Development Report 1991: The Challenge of Development, Oxford University Press (1991) 290 pp.

[F] ~ 1992 - 1994 ~

92A1 F. E. Allen, Rose Gulfeld, "Earth Summit Neglects Major Issues of Poverty, Drought, and Population", Wall Street Journal (6/11/92).
92B1 Lester R. Brown, "World Grain Takes A Spill", Worldwatch, 5(3) (May-June 1992) pp. 35-36.
92B2 G. Bocco, F. Garcia-Oliva, "Researching Gully Erosion in Mexico", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47 (1992) pp. 365-367.
92B3 F. A. Bazzaz and E. D. Fajer, Plant life in a CO2-rich world. Scientific American 266 (1992) pp.68-74.
92C1 Donald R. Cahoon Jr. et al, "Seasonal Distribution of African Savanna Fires", Nature, 359 (1992) pp. 812-815.
92C2 Carson, B., "The land, farmer and future: a soil fertility management strategy for Nepal", Kathmandu, Nepal, Department of Soil Conservation (1992).
92D1 H. E. Dregne, "Erosion and Soil Productivity in Asia", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47 (1992) pp. 8-13.
92F1 Murray Feshbach, "Russia's Farms, Too Poisoned for The Plow", Wall Street Journal, 5/14/92 (Based on M. F. and Alfred Friendly, Jr., Ecocide in the USSR: Health and Nature Under Seige, Basic Books (1992)).
92F2 Joe A. Friend, "Achieving Soil Sustainability", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47 (1992) pp.156-57.
92H1 Wei Wen Huang, Jing Zhang, Zeng Hao Zhou, "Particulate Element Inventory of the Huanghe (Yellow River): A Large, High-turbidity River", Geochim et Cosmochim Acta, 56 (1992) pp. 3669-3680.
92H2 P. Harrison, The Third revolution. Environment, Population and a Sustainable World, I. B. Tauris, London (1992).
92I1 Bruce Ingersoll, "Scientists Develop High-Yield Variety of Cassava Plant", Wall Street Journal, (10/27/92).
92M1 Anne Simon Moffat, "Does Global Change Threaten the World Food Supply?", Science 256 (1992) pp.1140-1141.
92M2 Donella Meadows, "Beyond The Limits", Amicus Journal, (Winter 1992) pp. 27-28.
92M3 Henry L. Mortimer Jr., "Laying Out Land Loss", Environment, 34(4) (1992) pp. 23-24.
92N1 David Norse, "Feeding a Crowded Planet", Environment, 34(5) (1992) pp. 6-11 and pp. 32-39.
92N2 National Research Council (1992), "Grasslands and Grassland Sciences in Northern China", Publication of Committee on Scholarly Communication with People's Republic of China (CSCPRC) (EROS - 4/17/95).
92P1 Sandra Postel, Last Oasis, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1992) 239 pp. Source: WWINS.
92P2 Pimentel, D., Stachow, U., Takacs, D. A., Brubaker, H. W., Dumas, A. R., Meaney, J. J., O'Neil, J., Onsi, D.E. and Corzilius, D. B. Conserving biological diversity in agricultural/forestry systems. Bioscience 42 (1992) pp. 354-362.
92Q1 P. D. Quay, B. Tilbrook, C. S. Wong, "Oceanic Uptake of Fossil Fuel CO2: Carbon-13 Evidence", Science, 256 (1992) pp. 74-79.
92S1 Gurmel Singh, Ram Babu, et al, "Soil Erosion Rates in India", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47 (1992) pp. 97-99.
92S2 Szabo, Lajos, "Erosion damage reported in Hungary", Newsletter, World Assn. of Soil and Water Conservation, 8(2) (1992) (EROS - 4/17/95).
92S3 Statistical Analysis Service, Statistical Division, Economic and Social Policy Dept., UN FAO, World Food Supplies and Prevalence of Chronic Under-nutrition in Developing Regions as Assessed in 1992, UN, New York (1992).
92T1 Fanuel Taquira, "Soil Erosion and Conservation Techniques for Sustainable Crop Production in Zimbabwe", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47 (1992) pp. 370-374.
92T2 Taguira, Fanuel, "Soil erosion and conservation techniques for sustainable crop production in Zimbabwe", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 47 (1992) pp. 370-374 (EROS - 4/17/95).
92U1 John Urquhart, "Canada to Seed Record Wheat Acreage: Strong Exports, Higher Prices are Cited", Wall Street Journal (3/23/92).
92U2 (Author Unknown), "10% of Productive World Soils Ruined, UN Report Says", Pittsburgh Press (3/25/92).
92U3 Administrative Committee on Coordination - Subcommittee on Nutrition, Second Report on the World Nutrition Situation, (Vol.1), (1992) UN, NY.

93B1 Lester R. Brown, "A New Era Unfolds", in L. Starke, editor, State of the World: 1993, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1993) pp.1-21.
93B2 Marcus W. Brauchli, "Philippines Priests Fight the Bad Guys and Also Say Mass", Wall Street Journal (1/18/93).
93B3 Lester R. Brown, Hal Kane, Ed Ayres, Vital Signs: The Trends that are Shaping Our Future, W. W. Norton and Co., New York, (1993) 150 pp.
93C1 C.V. Cole et al, "Agricultural sources and sinks of carbon," Water, Air and Soil Pollution 70 (1993) pp. 111-122.
93E1 L. T. Evans, Crop Evolution, Adaptation and Yield, Cambridge University Press (1993).
93E2 H. Eswaran, E. van Berg, P. Reich, "Organic carbon in soils of the world," Journal of the Soil Science Society of America 57 (1993) pp.192-194.

93H1
Mike Hulme, Mick Kelly, "Exploring the Link Between Desertification and Climate Change", Environment 35(6) (1993) pp. 5-11 and pp. 39-45.
93H2 Bob Holmes, "Can Sustainable Farming Win the Battle of the Bottom Line?" Science 260 (1993) pp.1893-1895.
93H3 Bob Holmes, "A New Study Finds There's Life Left in the Green Revolution", Science, 261 (1993) p. 1517.
93H4 Michael Huston, "Biological Diversity, Soils, and Economics", Science, 262 (1993) pp.1676-1679.
93H5 Kevin G. Harrison, Wallace S. Broecker, Georges Bonani, "The Effect of Changing Land-Use on Soil Radiocarbon", Science, 262 (1993) pp. 725-726.
93L1 Laker, M.C. (1993). Human-induced soil degradation in Africa, Proceedings, Jubilee Congress of the National Veld Trust, Pretoria (1993) 11pp.
93M1 Scott McMurray, "No-Till Farms Supplant Furrowed Fields,", Wall Street Journal (7/8/93).
93M2 Yacob Maul, Vitaly Garmanov, J. Sanford Rikoon, "Soil Conservation and Agricultural Land-Use Issues in Kazakhstan", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 48 (1993) pp. 383-388.
93O1 Tim Osborn, "The Conservation Reserve Program", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 48 (1993) pp. 271-279.
93P1 Pimentel, D., World Soil Erosion and Conservation. Cambridge University Press (1993).
93S1 Daniel Jean Stanley, Andrew G. Warne, "Nile Delta: Recent Geologic Evolution and Human Impact", Science, 260 (1993) pp. 628-634.
93S2 D. R. Sauerbeck, "CO2 emissions from agriculture: sources and mitigation potentials," Water, Air an Soil Pollution 70 (1993) pp. 381-388,
93U1 J. D. Unruh, R. A. Houghton, and P. A. Lefebvre, "Carbon storage in Agroforestry: An Estimate for sub-Saharan Africa" Climate Research 3 (1993) pp. 39-52.
93W1 H. Weiss, M. A. Courty et al, "The Genesis and Collapse of Third Millennium North Mesopotamian Civilization", Science, 261 (1993) pp. 995-1004.
93W2 Peter Web, Abandoned Seas: Reversing the Decline of the Oceans, Worldwatch Paper 116, (November1993) 66 pp.
93W3 Wen, Dazhong, "Soil erosion and conservation in China" in David Pimental (editor), World Soil Erosion and Conservation, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom (346 pp.) (1993) pp. 63-85 (EROS -4/17/95).

94A1 Per Pinstrup Anderson and Rajul Pandya-Lorch, "Alleviating Poverty, Intensifying Agriculture and Effectively Managing Natural Resources", Food, Agriculture and the Environment Discussion Paper 1, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC (1994).
94B1
Lester R. Brown, "Facing Food Insecurity", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1994, W.W. Norton and Co., New York (1994) pp. 177-197.
94B2 Scott Baldouf, "Farmers and Scientists Work to save the Earth, One Acre at a Time", Christian Science Monitor (8/10/94).
94B3 Lester R. Brown, "Who Will Feed China?", WorldWatch, 7(5) (1994) pp. 10-19.
94B4 Lester R. Brown, Hal Kane, "Full House: Reassessing the Earth's Population Carrying Capacity," W.W. Norton and Co., New York (1994) 262 pp.
94B5 John Bongaarts, "Can the Growing Human Population Feed Itself?", Scientific American, 270(3) (March 1994) pp. 36-42.
94C1 Pierre Crosson, "Sustainable Agriculture", Environment, 36(1) (1994) p. 45.
94D1 B. C. Darst, L. S. Murphy, "Keeping Agriculture Viable: Industry's Viewpoint", Journal of Soil and Water Cons., 49(2) (Supplement) (1994) pp. 8-14.
94D2 Mats Dynesius, Christen Nilsson, "Fragmentation and Flow Regulation of River systems in the Northern Third of the World", Science, 266 (1994) pp. 753-62.
94F1 FAO/UNDP/UNEP, "Land degradation in South Asia: its severity causes and effects upon the people", World Soil Resources Report No. 78. Rome (1994).
94G1 James Glanz, "New Soil Erosion Model Evades Farmers' Patience", Science, 264 (1994) pp. 1661-1662.
94G2 Mario Giampietro, David Pimentel, "The Tightening Conflict: Population, Energy Use, and the Ecology of Agriculture", http://www.dieoff.com/page55.htm (1994))
94H1 R. L. Holman, "Much of Russia Despoiled", Wall Street Journal (1/3/94).
94H2 T. G. Huntington et al, "Erosion, Transport and Deposition of Soil Carbon in a Headwater Catchment During Cotton Cultivation in the Georgia Piedmont", Geological Society of America 1994 Annual Meeting, 26(7) (1994) p. 301.
94H3 Berman D. Hudson, "Soil Organic Matter and Available Water Capacity", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 49(2) (1994) pp. 189-194.
94J1 Jodi L. Jacobson, "Population Mythology", Amicus Journal, 16(1) (Spring 1994) p. 9.
94K1 Dejan Kovacevic, "Iran Neighbors Share Country's Heritage", Pittsburgh Post Gazette (6/09/94).
94K2 Robert L. Kellogg, Gale W. TeSelle, J. Jeffrey Goebel, "Highlights from the 1992 National Resources Inventory", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, (November/ December 1994) pp. 521-527.
94K3 Henry W. Kindall, David Pimentel, Constraints on the Expansion of the Global Food Supply, Ambio 23(3) (May 1994) (See http://dieoff.org/page36.htm).
94L1 Edward Lachica, "Possible China Crisis Could Strain World Grain Supply, Expert says", Wall Street Journal, (8/29/94).
94M1 McLauglin, L., Soil erosion and conservation in northwestern China, In: World Soil Erosion and Conservation, Pimentel, D. (editor), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1994).
94P1 Sandra Postel, "Carrying Capacity: Earth's Bottom Line", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1994, W. W. Norton and Co., New York, (1994) pp. 3-21.
94P2 Anne E. Platt, "Toxic Green", WorldWatch, 7(3) (1994) pp.?
94P3 Robert L. Pearlberg, "The Politics of Agricultural Resource Abuse", Environment, 36(8) (1994) p. 37.
94P4 David Pimentel, Mario Giampietro, "Food, Land, Population and the U. S. Economy", Carrying Capacity Network, 11/21/94 http://www.dieoff.com/page55.htm
94P5 David Pimentel and Mario Giampietro, "Food, Land, Population and the U.S. Economy, Executive Summary," Carrying Capacity Network, (11/21/1994). http://www.dieoff.com/page40.htm

94R1 Boyce Rensberger, Pittsburgh Post Gazette (10/24/94).
94S1 Marty Strange, Cheryl Miller, The Economic, Environmental and Social Impact of Sustainable Agriculture, Northwest Area Foundation*, (December 1994) 39 pp (* See NWAF1).
94S2 Swift, M. J., Bohren, L., Carter, S. E., Izac, A. M. and Woomer, P. L., "Biological management of tropical soils: Integrating process research and farm practice", In: Woomer, P. L. and Swift, M. J. (editors), The Biological Management of Tropical Soil Fertility. John Wiley and Sons (1994).
94S3 Thomas R. Sinclair, "Limits to Crop Yield?" in American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, "Physiology and Determination of Crop Yield", Madison, Wisconsin (1994).
94S4 M. L. Schwartz, Jessica Notini, "Desertification and Migration: Mexico and the United States", US Commission on Immigration Reform Research Paper (fall 1994).
94T1 H. Tiessen, E. Cuevas, P. Chason, "The Role of Soil Organic Matter in Sustaining Soil Fertility", Nature, 371 (1994) pp. 783-785.
94U1 (Author Unknown), "Earthweek/ A Diary of the Planet", Pittsburgh Post Gazette (6/6/94).
94U2 (Author Unknown), "Survey Shows more Farmers are Using Conservation Tillage", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 49(1) (1994) p.39.
94U3 U. S. Congress, Committee on Natural Resources, Sub-committee on Oversight and Investigations, "Taking from the Taxpayer: Public Subsidies for Natural Resource Development" (1994).
94W1 Wyndle Watson, "Conservation Reserve Program in Jeopardy", Pittsburgh Post Gazette (6/30/94).
94W2 Waggoner, P., "How much land can ten billion people spare for nature?" Task Force Report No. 21. Ames, Iowa, Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (1994).
94W3 Thomas J. Whitmore, Mark Brenner et al, "Accelerated Soil Erosion in Watersheds of Yunnan Province, China", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 49(1) (1994) pp. 67-72.
94Z1 Rami A. Zurayk, "Rehabilitating the Ancient Terraced Lands of Lebanon", Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 49(1) (1994) pp.106-112.

[G] ~ 1995 - 1997 ~

95A1 Ed Ayres, "Notes to Readers, WorldWatch, 8(1) (1995) p. 3.
95A2 Alexandratos, N., editor, World agriculture: towards 2010. An FAO study. Chichester, UK, John Wiley and Rome, FAO, (1995).
95B1 Lester R. Brown, "Facing Food Scarcity", World Watch, 8(6) (1995) pp.10-20.
95B2 Lester R. Brown, Who Will Feed China?, W. W. Norton and Co. (1995) 163 pp.
95B3 Lester R. Brown, "Nature's Limits", in Linda Starke, Editor, State of the World 1995, W.W. Norton and Co., New York (1995) pp. 3-20 [based on FAO data in Fishery Statistics: Trade and Commerce (various years)]
95C1 Joseph Crowley, "Irish Potato Famine: Starvation as Policy", Wall Street Journal (2/17/95).
95C2 Barbara Crossette, New York Times (2/5/95).
95C3 Cohen, J., How many people can the earth support? New York, W. Norton (1995).
95D1 Derek Denningston, "Sustaining Mountain People and Environments", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1995, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1995) pp. 38-57.
95D2 Derek Denniston, Worldwatch Paper #123 (1995).
95D3 Gretchen C. Daily, "Restoring Value to the World's Degraded Lands", Science, 269 (1995) pp. 350-354.
95F1 FAO, "Production Yearbook," Rome Italy (1995).
95G1 Gary Gardner, Jim Perry, "Big Dam Construction is on the Rise", World Watch, 8(5) (1995) pp. 36-37.
95H1 Carl Hartman, "US Out of Surplus Food Aid", Pittsburgh Post Gazette (4/14/95).
95J1 Wm. I. Jones, "The World Bank and Irrigation", World Bank, Washington DC (1995).
95K1 Dejan Kovacevic, "Let's Talk About Namibia", Pittsburgh Post Gazette (1/25/95).
95K2 Joseph Kahn, "China's Industrial Surge Squeezes Grain Farms, Spurs Need for Imports", Wall Street Journal (3/10/95).
95K3 Scott Kilman, "Grain Reserves Dwindle to 20-Year Low", Wall Street Journal (7/11/95).
95L1 Nicholas Lenssen, David Malin Roodman, "Making Better Buildings", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1995, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1995) pp. 94-112.
95L2 G. Leach, Global Land and Food in the 21st Century: Trends and Issues for Sustainability, Stockholm Environmental Institute (1995).
95L3 R. Lal, "Erosion-Crop Productivity Relationships for Soil of Africa", Soil Science Society of America Journal, 59(3) (1995) pp. 661-667.
95L4 R. Lal, T. J. Logan, "Agricultural Activities and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Soils in the Tropics," In R. Lal, J. Kimble, E. Levine, and B. A. Stewart, editors, Soil Management and Greenhouse Effect: Advances in Soil Science. Boca Raton: CRC Press (1995).
95M1 Akin L. Mabogunje, "The Environmental Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa," Environment 37(4) (May 1995).
95P1 Pimentel, D., Harvey, C., Resosudarmo, P., Sinclair, K., Kurz, D., McNair, M., Christ, L., Shpritz, L., Fitton, L., Saffouri, R. and Blair, R., "Environmental and economic costs of soil erosion and conservation benefits", Science, 267: (1995) pp.1117-1123.
95R1 Megan Ryan, Christopher Flavin, "Facing China's Limits", in L. Starke, editor, State of the World 1995, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1995) pp.113-131.
95W1 Elena Wilken, "Assault of the Earth", World Watch, 8(2) (1995) pp. 20-27.

96A1 Janet N. Abramovitz, "Imperiled Waters, Impoverished Future: The Decline of Freshwater Ecosystems", Worldwatch Paper #128 (March 1996) 80 pp.
96B1 Lester R. Brown, "The Acceleration of History", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1996, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1996) pp. 3-20.
96B2 Baldock, D., Beaufoy, G., Brouwer, F. and Godeschalk, F., "Farming at the margins: abandonment or redeployment of agricultural land in Europe", Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, the Hague, the Netherlands (1996).
96B3 N. H. Batjes, "Total carbon and nitrogen in the soils of the world," European Journal of Soil Science 47, (1996) pp. 151-163.
96D1 David W. Davenport et al, "Soil Morphology of Canopy and Intercanopy Sites in a Pinon-Juniper Woodland", Soil Science Society of America Journal, 60 (1996) pp.1881-1887.
96G1 Gary Gardner, "Preserving Agricultural Resources", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1996, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1996) pp. 78-94.
96G2 Gary Gardner, "Shrinking Fields: Cropland Loss in a World of Eight Billion", World Watch Paper #131 (July 1996) 56 pp.
96G3 Global Witness, "Unsustainable Exploitation of Cambodia's Forests" (February 1996).
96H1 Yuch-Ping Hsieh, "Soil Organic Carbon Pool of Two Tropical Soils Inferred by Carbon Signatures", Soil Science Society of America Journal, 60 (1996) pp. 1117-1121.
96J1 A. Jalil et al, "Assessment of Two Chemical Extraction Methods as Indices of Available Nitrogen", Soil Science Society of America Journal, 60 (1996) pp.1954-1960.
96M1 Alain Marcoux, "Linkages between Population, Natural Resources and Environment in China, Philippines, Indonesia and Viet Nam", Population and Environment, Population Programme Service (3/31/96).
96M2 Norman Myers, "Forests: a Planetary Treasure", People and the Planet 5(4) (1996) http://www.oneworld.org/patp/index.html.
96M3 Alain Marcoux, "Population Change - Natural Resources-Environmental Linkages in the Arab State Region", FAO Population Program Service (April 1996).
96N1 Sten Nilsson, "Do we Have Enough Forests?", IUFRO Occasional Paper No. 5ISSN 1024-414X, (2/1/96). (Order from: IUFRO Secretariat Seckendorff-Gudent-Weg 8A-1131 Wien, Austria Tel: +43 1 8770151 Fax: +43 1 8779355 E-mail: iufro@forvie.ac.at).
96N2 E. K. Sadanandan Nambiar, "Sustained Productivity of Forests in a Continuing Challenge to Soil Science", Soil Science Society of America Journal, 60 (1996) pp. 1629-1642.
96S1 David Sotomayor and C. W. Rice, "Denitrification in Soil Profiles beneath Grassland and Cultivated Soils", Soil Science Society of America Journal, 60 (1996) pp.1822-1828.
96S2 Singh, G. S., "Pesticides: A growing menace", Occupational and Environmental Health 3, (1996) pp. 13-18.
96S3 Singh, G. S., "Changing traditional land use pattern in Himachal Himalayas at Kullu, Himachal Pradesh". In: Pathak, P. S. and Gopal, B. (editors), Studies in Indian Agro-ecosystems, pp. 1-13. (1996).
96S4 Scherr, S. and Yadav, S., "Land degradation in the developing world: implications for food, agriculture and the environment to 2020". Food, Agriculture and the Environment Discussion Paper No. 14. Washington, DC, IFPRI (1996).
96S5 Charles H. Southwick, "Global Ecology in Human Perspective", Oxford University Press, New York (1996).
96W1 World Health Organization, "Micronutrient Malnutrition - Half of the World's Population Affected", WHO Report No.78, (11/13/96) pp.1-4.
96W2 World Resources Institute, World Resources 1996-1997, World Resources Institute, 10 G St. NE, Washington DC 20002 (1996) 379 pp.
96W3 D. E. Walling and B. W. Web, "Erosion and sediment yield: a global overview," Bulletin of the International Association of Hydrologic Science," Wallingford, U.S. 236 (1996) pp.3-19.

97A1 Janet N. Abramovitz, "Valuing Nature's Services", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1997, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1997) pp. 95-114.
97B1 Lester R. Brown, Michael Renner, Christopher Flavin, Vital Signs 1997: The Environmental Trends that are Shaping our Future, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1997).
97B2 Lester R. Brown, "Facing the Prospect of Food Scarcity", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1997, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1997) pp. 23-41.
97B3 Lester R. Brown, "The Agricultural Link: How Environmental Deterioration Could Disrupt Economic Progress", Worldwatch Paper 136 (1997) 73 pp.
97B4 Herby Bloodworth, Ph. D., Ecological Agronomist, Resource Assessment Division, Jeri L. Berc, Ph.D., Acting Director, Resources Inventory Division, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, Washington DC, "Cropland Acreage, Soil Erosion, and Installation of Conservation Buffer Strips: Preliminary Estimates of the 1997 National Resources Inventory www.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/land/pubs/buffer1.html
97C1 Pierre Crosson, "Will Erosion Threaten Agricultural Productivity?", Environment, (Oct.1997) 39(8) pp. 4-31.
97D1 Michael Bernard Kwesi Darkoh, "Desertification: the scourge of Africa" from an Internet search on "Overgrazing" via YAZOO on 6/28/97 (Date of publication was not given.).
97F1 FAO, Water resources of the Near East Region: a review, Land and Water Development Division. Rome (1997).
97G1 Gary Gardner, "Preserving Global Cropland", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1997, W.W. Norton and Co., New York (1997) pp. 42-59.
97G2 E. Grotzback and C. Stadel, "Mountain People and Cultures" pp.17-38 in Mountains of the World: A Global Priority, B. Messerli and J. D. Ives, editors, Parthenon Publishing Group, New York (1997).
97H1 Don Hinrichsen, "Winning the Food Race" in a late 1997 issue of Population Reports by the Population Information Program at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.
97J1 Johnson, D., "Agriculture and the wealth of nations", American Economic Rev., 87(2). (May 1997).
97K1 Katyal, J., Ramachandran, K., Reddy, M. and Rao, C., "Indian agriculture: profile of land resources, crop performance and prospects", In V. Ravinchandran, editor Regional land cover changes and sustainable agriculture in South Asia, Proceedings of the COSTED/EU International Workshop on Regional Land Cover Changes, Sustainable Agriculture and their Interactions with Global Change, Chiang Mai, Thailand, December 1996 (1997).
97L1 Michael J. Langland, Robert Hainly, "Changes in Bottom-Surface Elevations in Three Reservoirs on the Lower Susquehanna River, Pennsylvania and Maryland." Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4138, US Geological Survey, (1997).
97M1 Angus MacDonald, "Subsidized Sheep Blamed for Erosion", The Shetland News (2/21/1997).
97M2 S. Mantel and V. W. P. vanEngelen, "The Impact of Land Degradation on Food Productivity: Case Studies of Uruguay, Argentina and Kenya", ISRIC, Wageningen (1997).
97P1 David Pimentel, "U.S. Food Production Threatened by Rapid Population Growth", Carrying Capacity Network, 2000 P Street NW, Suite 240, Washington DC 20038 (1997).
97P2 Per Pinstrup-Andersen, Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Mark W, Rosegrant, "The World Food Situation: Recent Developments, Emerging Issues, and Long-Term Prospects", International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC (1997) 36 pp.
97P3 David Pimentel, "Soil Erosion", Environment 39(10) (1997) p. 4.
97P4 Sandra Postel, "Last Oasis: Facing Water Scarcity", Cadillac Desert PBS Series http://www.pbs.org/kteh/cadillacdesert/home.html http://www.worldwatch.org/pubs/ea/lo.html
97R1 Michael Renner, "Transforming Security", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1997, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1997) pp.115-131.
97R2 Michael Renner, "Ciampas: An Uprising Born of Despair", Worldwatch 10(1) (1997) pp. 12-24.
97R3 Michael Renner, "Chiapas: An Uprising Born of Despair", World Watch (January/ February 1997) pp. 12-24.
97S1 H. W. Scharpensell, Preface to workshop "Management of carbon in tropical soils under global change: science, practice and policy," Geoderma 79 (1997) pp.1-8.

97U1 United Nations, "Government Views on the Relationship between Population and Environment", United Nations, New York, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, (1997).
97V1 C. J. Vorosmarty et al, "The Storage and Aging of Continental Runoff in Large Reservoir Systems of the World", Ambio 26(4) (1997) pp. 210-219.

[H] ~ 1998 - 2000 ~

98A1 Ash, R. and Edmunds, R., "China's land resources, environment and agricultural production", The China Quarterly. (September 1998).
98B1 Lester R. Brown, "The Future of Growth", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1998, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1998) pp. 3-20.
98B2 C. Burrell, Pittsburgh Post Gazette (11/19/98).
98B3 Lester R. Brown, Gary Gardner, Brian Halweil, "Beyond Malthus: Sixteen Dimensions of the Population Problem", Worldwatch Paper 143 (September 1998) p. 72.
98B4 Bread for the World Institute Report (11/19/98).
98C1 Christine Hanley, "Farmland Converting Faster", Los Angeles Times (8/19/98).
98D1 Tim Dyson, "World Food Trends and Prospects to 2025", National Academy of Sciences Colloquium, "Plants and population: is there time?" UC Irvine, (12/5-6/98) http://www.lsc.psu.edu/nas/Speakers/Dyson%20manuscript.html.
98E1 L. T. Evans, Feeding the Ten Billion: Plants and Population Growth, Cambridge University Press, UK, Cambridge (1998).
98H1 Don Hinrichsen, (Contributing Editor), "Feeding a Future World", People and the Planet, 7(1) (1998) (No specific references) http://www.oneworld.org/patp/index.html.
98H2 Don Hinrichsen, "Winning the Food Race", Population Reports, Series M, No.13, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Population Information Program (November 1997), 24 pp.
98I1 International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD), "World Registry of Dams", ICOLD, Paris (1998).
98I2 International Journal on Hydropower and Dams (IJHD), "World Atlas and Industry Guide", Aqua-Media International, Surrey, UK (1998).
98L1 Lopez, R., "The tragedy of the commons in Côte d'Ivoire agriculture: empirical evidence and implications for evaluating trade policies", The World Bank Economic Review, 12(1) (1998) pp.105-131.
98M1 James C. McKinley Jr., "It's Kenya's Farmers vs. Wildlife, and the Animals Are Losing", New York Times (8/2/98).
98M2 M. L. Morris and P. W. Heisey, "Achieving Desirable levels of Crop Diversity in Farmer's Fields: Factors Affecting the Production and use of Commercial Seeds", pp. 217-238 in Farmers, Gene Banks and Crop Breeding: Economic Analysis of Diversity in Wheat, Maize and Rice, M. Smale, editor, Kluweer Academic publishers, Boston (1998).
98O1 Oldeman, L., "Soil degradation: a threat to food security?" Report No. 98/01. Wageningen, the Netherlands, International Soil Reference and Information Center (1998).
98P1 Population Reference Bureau, Monthly newsletter, 26(3) (March 1998).
98P2 David Pimentel, INTERNET:dp18@cornell.edu (9/1/98).
98P3 David Pimentel, "Ecology of Increasing Disease: Population Growth and Environmental Degradation.", Bioscience, 10/98 http://www.enn.com/news/enn-stories/1998/10/100298/killingus.asp.
98R1 Curtis Runyan, "Indonesia's Discontent", WorldWatch, 11(2) (1998) pp.12-23.
98R2 David Malin Roodman, The Natural Wealth of Nations, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (1998).
98S1 Jay Solomon, Wall Street Journal (7/10/98).
98S2 Rhonda Schlangen, "Population and Habitat Campaign", Audubon Society (April 1998).
98S3 Sinclair, Th., "Options for sustaining and increasing the limiting yield-plateaus of grain crops", Paper presented at the NAS Colloquium Plants and Population: Is There Time? 5-6 December 1998, Irvine, CA, USA (1998).
98S4 Shaxson, F., "New concepts and approaches to land management in the tropics with emphasis on steep lands", Rome, FAO (1998).
98U1 UNFAO, The State of Food and Agriculture 1998 (11/26/98).
98Y1 Yudelman, M., Ratta, A. and Nygaard, D., "Pest management and food production: looking to the future", Food, Agriculture and the Environment Discussion Paper No. 25. Washington DC, IFPRI (1998).

99A1 Dennis T. Avery, "Feeding Our Faces: Can Private Philanthropy save the Planet - Again?" http://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/1.9/avery.html (1/20/99).
99A2 Raymond R. Allmaras, Farmers Now Part of the Global Warming Solution as US Agriculture Becomes Net Carbon Sink, USDA News Release: Agricultural Research Service, USDA, (5/17/99) Don Comis, 301-504-1625, dcomis@asrr.arsusda.gov Scientific contact: ARS Soil and Water Management Research Unit, St. Paul Minnesota, pp. 617-625-1742, allmaras@soils.umn.edu.).
99B1 James Bruce, Sheila Forsyth, Michael Bishop, "Soil Carbon Sinks Potential In Key Countries," Global Change Strategies International Inc. (March 1999) 79 Pages.

99C1 Commission for Environmental Cooperation, "Assessing the environmental effects of the NAFTA, an analytic framework and issue studies". Montreal, Canada, (1999).
99C2 Cai, S., Zhao, Y. and Du, Y., "The evolution of the Jianghan lakes and regional sustainable development", Journal of the Environmental Sciences, 11(3) (1999).
99D1 Deininger, K. and Minten, B. "Poverty, policies and deforestation: the case of Mexico." Economic Development and Cultural Change. (January 1999).
99D2 Duwayri, M., Tran, D. and Nguyen, V., "Reflections on yield gaps in rice production". International Rice Commission Newsletter, 48: pp.13-26. Rome, FAO (1999).
99D3 DETR, "Design of tax/charge schemes for pesticides". ECOTEC Research and Consulting for the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, London (1999).
99D4 DME, "The Bichel report", Copenhagen, Danish Ministry of the Environment (1999).
99F1 FAO, "Soil limits agriculture,"
http://www.fao.org/docrep/u8480e/u8480e0b.htm (visited 12/12/08) (Date of publication unknown - probably in the late-1990s.)
99F2 FAO, "How Many People Can the Land Support," http://www.fao.org/docrep/u8480e/u8480Eh.htm#How%20many%20people%20can%20the%20land%20Support (Visited 12/12/08) (Date of Publication not given - probably in the late-1990s).
99G1 GCSI, "Soil carbon sinks potential in key countries". Final report for the National Climate Change Sinks Issue Table, March 1999. Ottawa, Global Change Strategies International Inc. (1999).
99G2 I. Goklany, "Meeting global food needs: the environmental trade-offs between increasing land conversion and land productivity", Technology, 6 (1999) pp.107-130.
99M1 Charles C. Mann, "Crop Scientists Seek a New Revolution", Science (1/15/99).
99M2 E. Matthews and A. Hammond, "Critical Consumption Trends and Implications: Degrading the Earth's Ecosystems", World Resources Institute, Washington DC (1999).
99N1 Sten Nilsson et al, "How Sustainable are North American Wood Supplies?" International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg Austria, IR-99-003 (1999) 40 pp.
99P1 Stefano Pagiola, "The Global Environmental Benefits of Land Degradation Control on Agricultural Land," World Bank Environment Paper Number 16, World Bank, Washington DC (January 1999) 62 pp.)
99P2 David Pimentel, "How Many Americans can the Earth Support?" Population Press (4/1999).
99R1 David Malin Roodman, "Building a Sustainable Society", in Linda Starke, editor, State of the World 1999, W. W. Morton Co., New York (1999) pp. 169-188.
99S1 S. J. Scherr, "Soil Degradation: A Threat to Developing World Food Security", 2020 Vision Brief No.58, IFPRI, Washington DC (1999).
99S2 S. J.
Scherr, "Soil degradation: a threat to developing country food security by 2020? Food, Agriculture and the Environment Discussion Paper No. 27. Washington, DC, IFPRI. (International Food Policy Research Institute) (1999) 71 pages, http://www.ifpri.org/2020/dp/dp27.pdf.
99U1 Analysis prepared by UNFAO and World Bank Special Program for African Agricultural Research. released on World Food Day (10/16/99) (FAO-World Bank joint release).
99U2 (Unknown), "Fertilizers Over-applied" and "Nitrogen Impacting Iowa's Drinking Water", Watershed Currents, 3(2) (3/18/99).
99U3 USDA, "The long-term boom in China's feed manufacturing industry", Agricultural Outlook, ERS-AO-267, December, Washington, DC (1999).
99U4 UNEP, Global environment outlook 2000. London, Earthscan Publications Ltd. (1999).
99U5 U. S. Bureau of the Census, "International Brief, World Population at a Glance: 1998 and Beyond", Washington DC, U. S. Government Printing Office (1999).
99U6 United Nations Conference to Combat Desertification. (1999) Malawis first national report. www.unccd.int/cop/reports/africa/ national/1999/malawi-eng.pdf
99W1 Peter Weyer, "Should We Worry about Nitrate in Our Water?" Center for Health Effects of Environmental Contamination, University of Iowa", from Leopold Letter, Fall 1999 (www.leopold.iastate.edu).
99W2 Walker, H. and Steffen, W., "The terrestrial biosphere and global change: implications for natural and managed ecosystems", Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press (1999).
99Y1 Anthony Young, "Is There Really Spare Land? A Critique of Estimates of Available Cultivable Land in Developing Countries," Environment, Development and Sustainability 1 (1999) pp. 3-18.

00A1 James Almendinger, "Two centuries of human impact on the upper Mississippi: The legacy of Lake Pepin", presented at the Conference "Are human numbers threatening natural systems?: A common sense approach for solution" held at Science Museum of Minnesota (11/17-18/2000).
00D1 Doug Daigle, "Mississippi River Groups call Farm Bureau's Hypoxia Policy Distorting and Inappropriate", Mississippi River Basin Alliance (8/9/2000).
00E1 Adel El-Beltagy


"Land Degradation: A Global and Regional Problem" International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)) Aleppo, Syria (2000). (El-Beltagy is Director General of ICARDA).

00F1 FAO, "Statistical Databases" Online at http://apps.fao.org (2000).
00F2 Fischer, G., van Velthuizen, H. and Nachtergaele, F., "Global agro-ecological zones assessment: methodology and Results", Interim report, IR-00-064. Laxenburg, Austria, IIASA and Rome, FAO (2000).
00H1 Roxana Hegerman, Pittsburgh Post Gazette (3/6/00).
00L1 Cat Lazaroff, "World's Farmlands Fail to Keep Up with Population Pressure", Environmental News Service (5/23/00) Washington DC.
00L2 Lindert, P., Shifting ground: the changing agricultural soils of China and Indonesia, USA, MIT Press (2000).
00M1 N. B. McLaughlin et al, "Comparison of energy inputs for inorganic fertilizer and manure based corn production", Canadian Agricultural Engineering, 42(1) (2000).
00N1 Brian Nichiporuk, "The Security Dynamics of Demographic Factors", RAND MR-1088-WFHF/RF/DLPF/A (2000) 52 pp.
00O1 OECD, "Environmental indicators for agriculture: methods and results - stocktaking report", Doc. No. COM/AGR/CA/ENV/EPOC(99)125. Paris, OECD (2000).
00R1 Peter Rosset, "Lessons from the Green Revolution," Food First (March/ April 2000) 6 pp. http://www.foodfirst.org/media/opeds/2000/4-greenrev.html
00S1 J. Joseph Speidel, "Environment and Health: 1. Population, Consumption and Human Health", Canadian Medical Association Journal, 163(5) (9/5/00) pp. 551-556.
00S2 Payal Sampat, "Groundwater Shock", WorldWatch (January/ February 2000).
00U2 (Unknown), "Developing Countries Face Serious Food Shortages" Food and Agriculture Organization News, 10/00 ("The State of Food Insecurity 2000").
00U3 UN Development Program, World Resources 2000-2001: People and Ecosystems, The Fraying Web of Life", UNEP (3/10/00).
00W1 World Resources Institute, World Resources 2000-2001, World Resources Institute, 10 G St. NE, Washington DC 20002 (2000) 389 pp.
00W2 Stanley K. Wood, Kate Sebastian, Sara J. Scherr, "Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Agro-systems Technical Report" [PAGE]~, World Resources Institute and International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC (2000).
00W3 World Bank, "Commodities in the 20th century", Global commodity markets, No. 1. (January 2000) Washington DC (2000).

[I] ~ 2001 - 2003 ~

01A1 Associated Press article on the International Conference on Conservation and Management of Lakes meeting in Japan (11/12/01).
01B1 Barney Foran, Franzi Poldy, "Future Dilemmas", CSIRO Resource Futures Working Paper (February 2001) CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, GPO Box 284, CANBERRA ACT 2601 available online at www.cse.csiro.au/futuredilemmas and the Australian Resource Atlas, http://audit.ea.gov.au/anra/agriculture/docs/national/Agriculture_Landscape.html.
01B2 Branca, G., "The effect of land degradation on crop yields. A literature survey", Background paper prepared for Agriculture: towards 2015/30. Rome, FAO (2001). (mimeographed)
01B3 Bremen, H., Groot, J. and van Keulen, H., "Resource limitations in Sahelian agriculture", Global Environmental Change, 11 (2001) pp. 59-68.
01C1 China Meteorological Administration cited in "Grapes of Wrath in Inner Mongolia", report from US Embassy in Beijing (May 2001).
01D1 Rolf Derpsch, "Frontiers in Conservation Tillage and Advances in Conservation Practice," in D. E. Stott, R. H. Mohtar, and G. C. Steinhardt (editors) Sustaining the Global Farm (2001) pp. 248-254.
01H1 Charles E. Hanrahan, "Agricultural Export and Food Aid Programs", May 2001, National Council for Science and the Environment, 1725 K Street, NW, Suite 212, Washington DC 20006 202-530-5810 cnie@cnie.org http://www.cnie.org/nlehttp://www.cnie.org/nle.
01L1 Bjorn Lomborg, The Skeptical Environmentalist, Cambridge University Press (2001) 496 pp.
01M1 Murgai, R., Ali, M. and Byerlee, D., "Productivity growth and sustainability in post-green revolution agriculture: the case of the Indian and Pakistan Punjabs", World Bank Research Observer, 16(2) (2001) Washington, DC.
01M2 Mazzucato, V. and Niemeijer, D., "Overestimating land degradation, underestimating farmers in the Sahel", IIED Issue Paper No. 101. (May 2001). http://www.iied.org/pubs/pdf/full/9024IIED.pdf. (IIED stands for International Institute for Environment and Development.)
01M3 Mortimore, M. and Adams, W., "Farmer adaptation, change and 'crisis' in the Sahel", Global Environmental Change, 11 (2001) pp. 49-57.
01M4 Alex F. McCalla and Cesar L. Revoredo, "Prospects for Global Food Security: A Critical Appraisal of Past Projections and Predictions", International Food Policy Research Institute, 2033 K St. NW, Washington DC 20006-1002 (October 2001) (80 pp), (http:www.ifpri.org/2020/dp/2020dp35.pdf) (1.664 MB).
01N1 Nelson, M. and Mareida, M., "Environmental impacts of the CGIAR: an assessment". Doc. No.SDR/TAC:IAR/01/11 presented to the Mid-Term Meeting, 21-25 May, Durban, South Africa (2001).
01N2 Norse, D., Li, J., Jin, L. and Zhang, Z., "Environmental costs of rice production in China: lessons from Hunan and Hubei", Bethesda, USA, Aileen International Press (2001).
01O1 OECD, OECD environmental outlook to 2020. Paris, OECD (2001).
01O2 Oxfam, Bitter coffee: how the poor are paying for the slump in coffee prices. Oxford, UK (2001).
01Q1 Qu cited in "China Adopts Law to Control Desertification", report from US Embassy in Beijing (November 2001).
01S1 Smith, S., Renwick, W., Buddemeir, R. and Crossland, C., "Budgets of soil erosion and deposition for sediments and sedimentary organic carbon across the conterminous US", Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 15 (2001) pp. 697-707.
01S2 "The Earth's Carrying Capacity - Some Literature Reviews, http://home.windstream.net/bsundquist1/ (January 2001) 3.3 MB.
01T1 Tony Thomson, "Irrigated Agriculture: Let's learn from history to avoid re-living it", Hydrological Society Seminar, Goolwa, Australia (9/28/01) (Thomson.tony@saugov.sa.gov.au).
01U1 (Unknown) "Kenya Intensifies Campaign to Control Population Growth", Xinhua via NewsEdge Corporation (7/9/01).
01U2 (Unknown) "Dust Bowl Threatening China's Future", World Watch Institute (5/23/01).
01U3 (Unknown) "North Korea Issues Death Rates Report -Says Famine Reducing Life Expectancy", New York Times (5/15/01).
01U4 (Unknown), "Kenya Intensifies Campaign to Control Population Growth", Xinhua via NewsEdge Corp. (7/9/01).

02C1 "National Report by Australia on measures taken to support implementation of the UN convention to combat desertification", Commonwealth Intergovernmental Working Group for the UNCCD (April 2002).
02F1 Heidi Fritschel, "Nurturing the Soil in Sub-Saharan Africa", IFPRI, 2020 News and Views (July 2002).
02K1 Scott Kilman, Roger Thurow, "Africa Could Grow Enough to Feed Itself; Should It?" Wall Street Journal (12/3/02).
02L1 Frank Langfitt, "Deserts slowly swallowing up China", Pittsburgh Post Gazette (4/28/02).
02M1 J. R. McNeill, Something New Under the Sun: An Environmental History of the 20th Century World, W. W. Norton and Co., New York (2002).
02M2 Thomas W. Merrick, "Population and Poverty: New Views on an Old Controversy", International Family Planning Perspectives, 28(1) (2002) 10 pp. (www.guttmacher.org/pubs/journals/2804102.pdf
02R1 M. W. Rosegrant, S. Meijer, S. A. Cline, "International Model for Policy Analysis of Agricultural Commodities and Trade (IMPACT): Model Description," IFPRI, Washington DC (2002) Available at www.ifpri.org/themes/impact/impactmodel.pdf (28 pages). Website visited on 9/19/07.
02S1 Yadvinder Singh, "Siltation Problems in Sukhna Lake Chandigarh, NW India and Comments on Geohydrological Changes in the Yamuna-Satluj Region", ENVIS Bulletin: Himalayan Ecology and Development 10(2) (2002) ISSN: 0971-7447 http://gbpihed.nic.in/envis/HTML/vol10_2/ysingh.htm
02S2 G. S. Singh and K. S. Rao, " Altering Indigenous Farming Practices in Northwestern Himalayas," ENVIS Bulletin: Himalayan Ecology and Development 10(2) (2002) ISSN: 0971-7447 http://gbpihed.nic.in/envis/HTML/vol10_2/gssingh.htm (saved 10/12/03).
02S3 Sanderson E. W., Jaiteh M., Levy M. A., Redford K. H., Wannebo A. V., Woolmer G., "The Human Footprint and the Last of the Wild,"
Bioscience 52 (2002) pp. 891-904.
02S4 Pedro A. Sanchez, Science, 295 (2002) pp. 2019-2020.
02T1 Roger Thurow and Geoff Winestock, "How an Addiction to Sugar Subsidies Hurts Development", Wall Street Journal (9/16/02) p. A1.
02W1 Amy Waldman, "Poor in India Starve as Surplus Wheat Rots", New York Times (12/2/02).
02W2 E. O. Wilson, "The Bottleneck - Part III", Scientific American (February, 2002).

03A1 Nikos Alexandratos, "Prospects for Aggregate Agriculture and major Commodity Groups", Chapter 3, pp. 57-123 in Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London, 432 pages.
03A2 Nikos Alexandratos, "Introduction and Overview", pp.1-28 in Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London, 432 pp.
03A3 Nikos Alexandratos, "Prospects for Food and Nutrition", Chapter 2, pp. 29-56 in Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London 432 pages.
03B1 Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World agriculture: towards 2015/2030 -an FAO Perspective, FAO, Earthscan Publications, London (2003) 432 pages.
03B2 Jelle Bruinsma, editor, Appendix of World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London, 432 pages.
03B3 Jelle Bruinsma, "Crop Production and Natural Resource Use", Chapter 4 pp.124-157 in Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London, 432 pages.
03B4 Jelle Bruinsma, "Selected Issues in Agricultural Technology", Chapter 11, pp. 297-330 in Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London, 432 pages.
03E1 Earth Policy Institute, "Deserts Advancing, Civilization Retreating", Earth Policy Institute (3/03).
03F1 FAO, "World hunger will almost halve by 2030", http://www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=3Dns99993457 (2003).
03I1 ICARDA, "Agriculture System in Iraq Destroyed: Self-sufficiency in Food Production Years Away Predicts International Research Center", International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, P.O. Box 5466, Aleppo, Syria, ICARDA@CGIAR.ORG Website: www.icarda.cgiar.org (6/30/03).
03I2 IFPRI FORUM, International Food Policy Research Institute, 2033 K Street NW, Washington DC 20006-1002, ifpri@cgiar.org (March 2003).
03K1 Glen Kaye, "Mexico's Population Growth - the Driving Force of Emigration" (1/22/03).
03L1 Petr Loiko and Vasili Tretiakov, http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/FOR/russia_cd/guide.htm (1/28/03) (a massive compilation of Russian lands data), Federal Land Cadastre Service of Russia, Information-Analytical Department, Moscow, 20 pp. [In Russian] (2000), The State (National) Report on Land Use in the Russian Federation in 2000. 2001. Federal Land Cadastre Service of Russia, Moscow, 191 pp. [In Russian] (2001).
03N1 David Norse, "Agriculture and the Environment: Changing Pressures, Solutions and Trade-offs", Chapter 12, pp. 331-356 in Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London, 432 pages.
03R1 Mark W. Rosegrant and Sarah A. Cline, "Global Food Security: Challenges and Policies," Science 302 (2003) pp. 1917-1919.
03S1 Lev Shishov From http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/FOR/russia_cd/guide.htm (1/28/03) (a massive compilation of Russian lands data) Romanenko G. A., A. I. Tyutyunnikov, V. G. Pozdnyakov, and A. A. Shutjkov. (1999). Agricultural-Industrial Complex of Russia, State, Place in Agro-Industrial Complex of the World. Russian Academy of Agricultural Science, Moscow. 541 pp. [In Russian].
03S2 Vladimir Stolbovoi, "Agricultural phytomass in 1990", From http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/FOR/russia_cd/guide.htm 1/28/03 (a massive compilation of Russian lands data) See Agriculture of Russia. Statistical yearbook, 1995. Official edition of State Committee of Russia Federation on Statistic, Moscow, 503 [in Russian]. Rodin A. Z. and A. K. Krylatov, 1998. Dynamic of humus balance in cropland of Russia, Agroprogress, Moscow, 60. Land of Russia - 1995, Problems, Figures, Commentaries, 1996, Moscow, 79 [in Russian].
03S3 Josef Schmidhuber, "Agriculture Trade, Trade Policies and the Global Food System," Chapter 9, pp. 232-264 in Jelle Bruinsma, editor, World Agriculture: Towards 2015/ 2030, UNFAO (2003) Earthscan Publications, London, 432 pages]]
03T1 Roger Thurow, "Behind the Famine in Ethiopia: Glut and Aid Policies Gone Bad", Wall Street Journal (7/1/03).
03U1 (Unknown), 'Ecological Meltdown': Huge Dust Cloud Threatens Asia" (1/17/03) Common Dreams http://www.commondreams.org/headlines03/0126-07.htm.
03Z1 Alexander Zhuchenko and Vyacheslav Rozhkov, http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/FOR/russia_cd/guide.htm (1/28/03) (a large compilation of Russian lands data).

[J] ~ 2004-2006 ~

04B1 Lester R. Brown, "World Food Prices Rising: Decades of Environmental Neglect Shrinking Harvests in Key Countries," Earth Policy Institute (4/28/04) http://www.earth-policy.org/Updates/Update39.htm
04B2 Duncan Brown (Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong), Feed or Feedback, International Books (2004).

04C1 Jose de Cordoba, "As Venezuela Tilts Left, a Rum Mogul Reaches Out to Poor", Wall Street Journal (11/10/04).
04D1 Jared Diamond, Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed, Viking (2004) 576 pp.

04G1 Alan Guebert' (agcomm@sbcglobal.net), "USA no longer the "breadbasket of the world", Peoria Journal Star (12/7/04).
04H1 Chris Hawley (Associated Press) "U.N. to combat growing deserts", Pittsburgh Post Gazette (6/16/04).
04K1
Jocelyn Kaiser, "Wounding Earth's Fragile Skin", Science 304 (2004) pp. 1616-1618.
04K2 Abiud L. Kaswamila, Baker M. Masuruli, "The Role of Traditional Irrigation Systems in Poverty alleviation in Semi-Arid Areas: The Case of Chamazi in Lushoto District, Tanzania", Research Report 04.3, Mkuki Na Nyota Publishers Ltd. (2004) 49 pages.
04L1 R. Lal, "Soil Carbon Sequestration Impacts on Global Climate Change and Food Security," Science 304 (2004) pp. 1623-1627.
04M1 J. R. McNeill, Verena Winiwarter, "Breaking the Sod: Humankind, History, and Soil," Science 304 (2004) pp. 1627-1629.
04M2 David Molden and Charlotte de Fraiture, "Investing in Water for Food, Ecosystems and Livelihoods", Comprehensive Assessment of Water Management in Agriculture, an initiative of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) convened by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) http://www.iwmi.org/assessment (2004) E-mail: Comp.assessment@cgiar.org.
04M3 Shadrack Mwakalila, Christine Noe, "The Use of Sustainable Irrigation for Poverty Alleviation in Tanzania: The Case of Smallholder Irrigation Schemes in Igurusi, Mabrali District", Research Report No. 04.1, Mkuki Na Nyota Publishers Ltd. (2004) 69 pages.
04P1 Elizabeth Pennisi, "The Secret Life of Fungi", Science 304 (2004) pp.1620-1622.
04P2 Population Action International, "How Demographic Transition Reduces Countries' Vulnerability to Civil Conflict" in PAI's publication The Security Demographic: Population and Civil Conflict After the Cold War (2/11/04) http://www.populationaction.org/resources/factsheets/factsheet_23_securityDemog.html.
04S1 Steffen, W. et al., editors (2004) Global Change and the Earth System. Heidelberg: Springer.
04T1 Roger Thurow, Jay Solomon, "An Indian paradox: Bumper Harvests and Rising Hunger", Wall Street Journal (6/25/04) p. A1 (Part 3 of a series on "The Farms Race").
04U1 (Unknown) "Africa: 4x4s Replace the Desert Camel and Whip Up a Worldwide Dust Storm", Guardian (London) (8/20/04).
04V1 P. M. Vitousek, T. N. Ladefoged et al, "Soils, Agriculture, and Society in Pre-contact Hawaii", Science 304 (2004) pp.1665-1668.

04W1 World Bank, "Agriculture and rural development website" (2004) http://lnweb18.worldbank.org/ESSD/ardext.nsf/11ByDocName/AgricultureRuralDevelopment. Last assessed 2004.

05B1 Lester R. Brown, Chapter 3 in Moving Up the Food Chain Efficiently, from "Outgrowing the Earth: The Food Security Challenge in an Age of Falling Water Tables and Rising Temperatures" (2/3/05) Earth Policy Institute, 1350 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 403 Washington DC 20036, Tel: (202-496.9290, Fax: (202-496-9325) For a Table of Contents see http://www.earth-policy.org/Books/Out/Contents.htm
05B2 Lester R. Brown, "Outgrowing the Earth: The Food Security Challenge in An Age of Falling Water Tables and Rising Temperatures" Chapter 2 New York: W. W. Norton and Company (2005)
http://www.earth-policy.org/Books/Out
05B3 Lester R. Brown, "Stabilizing Water Tables," Chapter 6 in Outgrowing the Earth: The Food Security Challenge in an age of Falling Water Tables and Rising Temperatures, W. W. Norton and Co., New York, 2005, Earth Policy Institute, pp. 99-117. (See
http://www.earth-policy.org/Books/Out/index.htm)
05C1 Clark, William C., Paul J. Crutzen, and Hans J. Schellnhuber (2005) "Science for Global Sustainability: Toward a New Paradigm." CID Working Paper No. 120. Cambridge, MA: Science, Environment and Development Group, Center for International Development, Harvard University.
05F1 FAO, "Selected Indicators of Food and Agriculture Development in Asia-Pacific Region 1994-2004", RAP Publication 2005/20 (October 2005) 226 pages, http://www.fao.org/documents/show_cdr.asp?url_file=/docrep/008/ae937e/ae937e00.htm
05F2 FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), Global Forest Resources Assessment 2005, FRA Forestry Paper 147 (2005) http://www.fao.org/forestry/site/fra/en The entire report can be downloaded as a *.pdf file (6 MB) Key findings can be downloaded as a *.pdf report (1.43 MB). Individual chapters and appendices (annexes) can also be downloaded.
05L1 Jean-David Levitte (France's ambassador to the US), "France Ready to Compete with Third World Farmers", Wall Street Journal (10/29/05) p. A11.
05L2 Stephen Leahy, "Environment: Millions Flee Floods, Desertification", I.P.S. Brooklin, Canada (10/12/05).
05M1 Danielle Murray, "Oil and Food: A Rising Security Challenge" Eco-Economy Update 2005-4 http://www.earth-policy.org/Updates/2005/Update48.htm (April 2005). Additional data and information sources at www.earth-policy.org or contact dmurray@earth-policy.org

05M2 Branko Milanovic, "Why did the Poorest Countries Fail To Catch Up?" Carnegie Papers of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Number 62 (November 2005) 31 pages. http://www.carnegieendowment.org/files/CP62.Milanovic.FINAL.pdf.

05S1 (See Reference citation (06C1))
05U1 (Unknown) "India: ADB Plans Urban Project to Help Realize Potential of Uttaranchal," Harold Doan and Associates (8/5/05).
05U2 (Unknown) "Water for Near Half the World's Population Under Threat at the Roof of the World:
Conservation of watersheds urgently needed to reduce increasing floods, human and biodiversity losses." GLOBIO (an initiative of the UN Environment Program UNEP) (9/5/05). (based on a new report "The Fall of Waters" which is available at www.globio.info and www.grida.no and www.unep.org together with graphics and maps.) (su1)
05V1 Joachim von Braun, "The World Food Situation: An Overview" by (prepared for the CGIAR Annual General Meeting in Marrakech, Morocco on 12/6/05) http://www.ifpri.org/pubs/agm05/jvb/jvbagm2005.pdf 8 pages. International Food Policy Research Institute, 2033 K Street NW, Washington DC 2006-1002. Tel.1-202-862-5600 Email IFPRI@cgiar.org Web: www.ifpri.org
05W1 Jeff and Judy Webster <jjweb@frontiernet.net "Ag Coalition Calls on Congress to Expand Natural Gas Supplies", Submitted to CONS-SPST-AGRICULTURE-FORUM@LISTS.SIERRACLUB.ORG ) (October, 2005).

06B1 Marco Bahe, "Brazil loses US$800 million/ year with desertification," Brazil-Arab News Agency (6/13/06).
06B2 Lester R. Brown, "World Grain Stocks fall to 57 Days of Consumption: Grain Prices Starting to Rise" (6/15/06).
06C1 G. Certini, R. Scalenghe, Soils. Basic Concepts and Future Challenges, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2006). [http://www.cambridge.org/9780521851732]
06D1 Gwynne Dyer, "How Long Can the World Feed Itself?" Energy Bulletin (10/28/06).
06E1 Juliet Eilperin (The Washington Post), "Pollinators declining," Pittsburgh Post Gazette (10/19/06) p. A12 (Based on a National Academy of Sciences Report of 10/18/06). (su1)
06G1 Bruno Glaser, "Prehistorically modified soils of central Amazonia: a model for sustainable agriculture in the twenty-first century," Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 362 (2006) pp.187-196.(su1)
06M1 Sameer Mohindru, "Growth Challenges India Water Supply," Wall Street Journal (8/23/06) p. B3A.
06R1 Mark Roth, "Biologist focuses on intricate "dance" of soil, crops," Pittsburgh Post Gazette (9/5/06) p. B1.
06S1 Bruce Sundquist, "The Controversy over U.S. Support for International Family Planning - An Analysis", 7th Edition (June 2006) 90 pp.
06S2 Bruce Sundquist, "Globalization: The Convergence Issue," Edition 15, (November 2006)
06T1 Himanshu Thakkar and Swarup Bhattacharyya, "Wake up call on reservoir siltation nationwide,"
http://www.worldproutassembly.org/archives/2006/10/wake_up_call_on.html (10/26/06) (Visited 8/15/09) Himanshu Thakkar and Swarup Bhattacharyya are with the Delhi-based South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People.
06U1 (Unknown) "Experts Warn of Increased Landslide Risks From Climate Change, Population Growth", (1/18/06) Associated Press
06W1 Paul Wolfowitz (President of the World Bank Group), 2006 Annual Meetings Address to the Board of Governors of the World Bank Group in Singapore (9/19/06).

[K] ~ 2007-2009 ~

07A1 Anita Abbey, Mamoun Abdelgadir et al "Global Environmental Outlook," United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) (October 2007) 572 pages 22 MB.
07B1 Lester R. Brown, "Losing Soil", Earth Policy Institute, Plan B 2.0 Book Byte, 6/27/07 Adapted from Chapter 5, "Natural Systems Under Stress," in Lester R. Brown, Plan B 2.0: Rescuing a Planet Under Stress and a Civilization in Trouble, New York: W.W. Norton and Company, (2006), available on-line at
www.earthpolicy.org/Books/PB2/index.htm) (su1)
07B2 Patrick Barta, "Feeding Billions, A Grain at a Time," Wall Street Journal (7/28/07).
07D1 Celia W. Dugger, "In Africa, Prosperity From Seeds Falls Short," The New York Times (10/10/07). (su1)
07H1
Daniel Howden, "The fight for the world's food," The Independent (UK) (6/24/07).
07K1 S. A. Khan, R. L. Mulvaney, T. R. Ellsworth and C. W. Boast, "The Myth of Nitrogen Fertilization for Soil Carbon Sequestration," Journal of Environmental Quality 36 (2007) pp. 1821-1832.
07M1 Milline J. Mbonile, "Population, Migration, and Water Conflicts in the Pangani River Basin, Tanzania," in Report from Africa: Population, Health, Environment, and Conflict, ECSP Report Edition 12 (2007) pp. 20-28 of a 50-page document. (su1)
07N1 Anthony Nyong, "Climate-Related Conflicts in West Africa," in Report from Africa: Population, Health, Environment, and Conflict, ECSP Report Edition 12 (2007) pp. 36-43 of a 50-page document. (su1)
07O1 Mario Osava, "Agriculture-Brazil: Green Revolution on the Savannah," Inter Press Service News Agency (9/21/07). (su1)
07Q1
Darrin Qualman, NFU Director of Research, "Lowest Food Supplies in 50 or 100 Years: Global Food Crisis Emerging," NFU news release re: food supply crisis - grain stocks use ratio (5/11/07) NFU National Office, 2717 Wentz Ave. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan., S7K 4B6 Tel 306-652-9465.
07R1 Marc Ravalomanana, "Madagascar Naturellement: Birth Control is My Environmental Priority," in Report from Africa: Population, Health, Environment, and Conflict, ECSP Report, Edition 12 (2007) pp. 6-7 of a 50-page document. (su1)
07R2 Missy Ryan, "Commodity boom eats into aid for world's hungry," Reuters AlertNet (9/5/07).
07S1 Bruce Sundquist, "Strategies for Funding Family Planning, Maternal Health Care, and Battles against HIV/AIDS in Developing Nations as Options Expand, Political Environments Shift and Needs Grow: A Critique," http://home.windstream.net/bsundquist1/fund.html Edition 4 (August 2007).
07U1 UNEP, "Synthesis Report: Sudan Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment," June 2007, (su1) http://topics.developmentgateway.org/foodsecurity/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemid-1113738 (visited 9/13/07) 16 pages (A much larger report is also available.)
07W1 Malia Wollan, "Alternative-Fuel Hunt Gives Plant Biologists a Lift," Wall Street Journal (7/10/07) p. B1.

08B1 Keith Bradsher, "An Oil Quandary: Costly Fuel Means Costly Calories," The New York Times (1/19/08). (su1)
08B2 Patrick Barta, "'Saudi Arabia of Milk' Hits Production Limits," Wall Street Journal (5/8/08) p. A1.
08B3 Lester R. Brown, "Did You Know?" Earth Policy Institute, Plan B 3.0 (6/14/08) http://www.earthpolicy.org/Books/PB3/data.htm (Checked 6/29/08)
08B4 Lester R. Brown, "World Facing Huge New Challenge on Food Front" Earth Policy Institute (4/16/08).
http://www.earthpolicy.org/Updates/2008/Update72.htm

08B5 Lester R. Brown, "The Nature of the New World" (10/2/08) Earth Policy Institute
http://www.earth-policy.org/Books/Seg/PB2ch01_ss2.htm

08B6 Lester Brown, "When Population Growth and Resource Availability Collide," adapted from Chapter 6, "Early Signs of Decline," in Lester R. Brown, "Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization," (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, (2008)),
This is available on-line at www.earthpolicy.org/Books/PB3/index.htm http://www.earthpolicy.org/Books/Seg/PB3ch06_ss5.htm
08F1 Fiona Harvey, "Soil under strain: A thinning layer of life evokes concern," Financial Times (7/16/08).
08P1 Tom Polansek, Louise Radnofsky, "Iran Buys Wheat From U.S. for First Time in 27 Years," Wall Street Journal (8/21/08) p. A3.
08S1 Bruce Sundquist, Informalization of the Developing World's Economy: The Context, the Prognosis and A Broader Perspective," http://home.windstream.net/bsundquist1/ie.html Edition 1.
08S2 Salah Sarrar, "African ministers say share water to combat hunger," Reuters (12/17/08)
08S3 Matthew Stein, P.E., (Author of When Technology Fails) " The Perfect Storm: Six Trends Converging on Collapse" A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability and Surviving the Long Emergency, ISBN#978-1933392455, Chelsea Green Publishing, White River Junction, VT (800) 639-4099 www.chelseagreen.com www.whentechfails.com (2008)

08T1 Joanne Tomkinson," Dramatic food price increases threaten the world's hungry," Reuters Alertnet (1/4/08).
08U1 (Unknown) Philippines: Roots of Asia's Rice Crisis" Christian Science Monitor (4/22/08).

08U2 (Unknown) "Rich Farms, Conflict and Climate Change," IRIN (5/22/08).
08U3 (Unknown) "Heyday in the Heartlands," Investors Business Daily (early February, 2008).
08U3 (Unknown) "The 10% that Could Change Africa," IFPRI Forum (October 2008).
(Note: two references with the same tag. Distinguish by context. Sorry!)

09B1 Norman E. Borlaug (deceased), "Farmers Can Feed the World," Wall Street Journal (7/31/09).
09B2 Lester R. Brown, "Could Food Shortages Bring Down Civilization?" in Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization News Release (9/29/09).

09B3 Lester R. Brown, "The Copenhagen Conference on Food Security," Earth Policy Institute Release of 11/10/09.
09B4 Lester R. Brown, adapted from "Feeding Eight Billion People Well," in Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization W.W. Norton & Co., New York (2009).
09B5 Lester R. Brown, "Growing Demand for Soybeans Threatens Amazon Rainforest," Earth Policy Institute, 1350 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 403 Washington, DC 20036 (12/30/09) (Lester R. Brown is President of Earth Policy Institute & author of Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization.)
09B6 Lester R. Brown, "Rethinking Food Production for a World of Eight Billion," Earth Policy Institute (7/7/09).
09K1 Horand Knaup, Juliane von Mittelstaedt, "Foreign Investors Buy up African Farmland," The Economist (8/3/09).
09M1 Thomas H. Maugh II (Los Angeles Times), "New Evidence links exposure to pesticides with Parkinson's," Pittsburgh Post Gazette (4/20/09). (su1)
09U1 (Author Unknown) New Report Reveals Dramatic Rise in Pesticide Use on Genetically Engineered (GE) Crops Due to the Spread of Resistant Weeds," The Center for Food Safety (11/17/09).

[L] ~ 2010-2012 ~

10A1 Geeta Anand, "Green Revolution in India Wilts as Subsidies Backfire," Wall Street Journal (2/23/10) p. A1.
10L1 Tan Ee Lyn, "Fertilizer overuse destroying Chinese soil -Study," Reuters AlertNet (2/11/10) (based on a study published in the journal Science by Zhang Fusuo, a professor on plant nutrition at China Agricultural University in Beijing).
10P1 David Pimentel et al,
"Will Limited Land, Water, and Energy Control Human Population Numbers in the Future?" Springer Science+Business Media, LLC (August 2010).

11B1 Lester R. Brown, " World One Poor Harvest Away From Chaos," Earth Policy Release, Plan B Update (2/15/11) www.earth-policy.org/plan_b_updates/2011/update91
11B2 Lester R. Brown, "Can the US feed China?*"
www.earth-policy.org/plan_b_updates/2011/update93
By |Earth Policy Release, Plan B Update  (3/23/11)  (An abridged version of this piece appeared in the Washington Post's Outlook section on 3/13/11 titled "How China Could Starve the World".) Lester Brown is President of the Earth Policy Institute and author of the newly published book World on the Edge.
11B3 Lester R. Brown, "Why World Food Prices may keep climbing," Earth Policy Release Plan B Update, (March 9, 2011). Lester Brown is President of the Earth Policy Institute and author of the newly published book World on the Edge. Additional data and information sources at
www.earth-policy.org Lester Brown is President of the Earth Policy Institute and author of "World on the Edge." See www.earth-policy.org/plan_b_updates/2011/update93
11R1 Carlo Rotella "Can Jeremy Grantham Profit From Ecological Mayhem?" (8/11/11). See
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/14/magazine/can-jeremy-grantham-profit-from-ecological-mayhem.html

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