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5; Jacobs and Schloeder, Chap. 6). Permanent meadows cover the prevailing portion of the land, and hence pasturing is the dominant land use and animal husbandry the dominant occupation. 2). It would require considerable efforts to increase forest cover in a substantial manner within all Central Asian countries. 3). With regard to agricultural production, Central Asia is generating an impressive amount of goods with a total value of nearly 22 billion international dollars in 2010. 6 times as much as its large neighbor.
3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Livestock inventories by farm type, 1980–2007 (‘000 standard cow head) ............................................................... Linkages between uplands (breeding area) and lowlands (markets and fattening areas) ......................................................... The trigger, transfer and reserve, pulse cycle in ecosystem functional analysis (Ludwig J Tongway D et al. 1997 (Ibid) Fig. 1 and Pages 3–9 and as elaborated subsequently in Tongway DJ and Hindley NL 2004.
D. org V. 1007/978-94-007-5367-9_1, © Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2012 3 4 1 D. Maselli and Inam-ur-Rahim Overview The territory of present-day Central Asia encompasses a vast area of more than 4 million km2 comprising the surface of the five former Soviet republics (now independent states) – Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan – that make up the bulk of the Central Asian region (CAR). However, the term “Central Asia” also includes adjacent territories such as the southern outskirts of the Russian Federation, western Mongolia, Afghanistan, and western China with the Xinjiang Province as well as parts of the Tibetan Plateau.
Akin On the Conservation of Force