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Suggested Citation:"Appendix G: Project Bibliography." National Research Council. 1991. Toward Sustainability: A Plan for Collaborative Research on Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1822.
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APPENDIX G

Project Bibliography

The following papers were prepared for the Forum on Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Forum, held November 13– 16, 1990, at the National Academy of Sciences facilities in Washington, D.C. This report includes adapted portions of several of these papers, and it has drawn on all of them in support of its recommendations. The Committee on Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (SANREM) wishes to acknowledge the contributions of all the authors and to thank them for their efforts in gathering this material together on very short notice. Copies of these papers are available from the National Research Council Board on Science and Technology for International Development.

Edwards, Clive A. H., David Thurston, and Rhonda Janke. Integrated Pest Management for Sustainability in Developing Countries

Fricke, Thomas B.Forging Effective Broad-based Linkages for Sustainable Agriculture Research Among Universities, IARCs, NGOs, and Farmers.

Gilles, Jere Lee. Social Sciences, Multi-Disciplinary Research, and Sustainability: Observations and Suggestions.

Grove, Thurman L., Clive A. Edwards, Richard R. Harwood, and Carol J. Pierce Colfer. The Role of Agroecology and Integrated Farming Systems in Agricultural Sustainability.

Hutchinson, Frederick E.International Agricultural Research and U.S. Universities.

Lal, Rattan. Soil Research for Agricultural Sustainability in the Tropics.

McCants, Charles B.Contributions of IARCs, FAO, AID and USDA to Sustainable Agriculture and Gaps in the Information Base.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix G: Project Bibliography." National Research Council. 1991. Toward Sustainability: A Plan for Collaborative Research on Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1822.
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Melcher, Jaye, and Pamela Stanbury. Approaches to Interdisciplinary Research: Recommendations for the SANREM CRSP, or How to Sow/Sew the Fields Together.

Yohe, John, Patricia Barnes-McConnell, Hillary Egna, John Rowntree, Jim Oxley, Roger Hanson, David Cummins, and Avanelle Kirksey. The Collaborative Research Programs (CRSPs), 1978 to 1990.

BACKGROUND DOCUMENTS AND PAPERS

In addition to the papers formally prepared for the SANREM forum, many others, covering a wide range of relevant issues, were contributed by forum participants. The committee wishes to thank those authors for their voluntary efforts and offers this list of papers and additional background material for those interested in further information on topics pertinent to the SANREM program. Copies of these papers, and of the background documents, are also available from the National Research Council Board on Science and Technology for International Development.

Agency for International Development. List and Description of the Pest Management Activities of AID's Various Missions. With cover letter.

Agency for International Development. Locust and Grasshopper Control in Africa/Asia: Programmatic Environmental Assessment.

Agency for International Development. Pest Management Guidelines.

Agency for International Development. Reports to the U.S. Congress —September 1990.

Alford, Donald. Sustainable Mountain Agriculture: A Personal Perspective.

Andrews, Keith L., and Jeffery W. Bentley. IPM and Resource-Poor Central American Farmers.

Ausher, Reuben, and Joseph Palti, eds. Establishing and Operating Plant Clinics Integrated with Extension Services in Developing Countries.

Baker, Frank H., and Ned S. Raun. The Role and Contributions of Animals in Alternative Agricultural Systems.

Barker, Kenneth R. Plant Nematology Report for AID's Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (SANREM) Workshop.

Barnes-McConnell, Pat. Comments for the SANREM Planning Meeting.

Bentley, Jeffery W. What Farmers Don't Know Can't Help Them.

Bernsten, Richard H. Sustainable Agriculture in the Arid and Semi-Arid Sub-Saharan Africa: Reflections on Factors to Consider in Setting Research Priorities.

Bertrand, Anson R., et al. Interim Evaluation of the Integrated Pest Management Environmental Protection Project.

Committee on International Soil and Water Research and Development. Panel Meeting Draft Report. November 1990.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix G: Project Bibliography." National Research Council. 1991. Toward Sustainability: A Plan for Collaborative Research on Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1822.
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The Conservation Foundation. Opportunities to Assist Developing Countries in the Proper Use of Agricultural and Industrial Chemicals.

Consortium for International Crop Protection. Response to the Interim Evaluation of the CICP IPM and Environmental Protection Project.

Edwards, Clive A. Agrochemicals as Environmental Pollutants.

Edwards, Clive A. The Application of Genetic Engineering to Pest Control.

Edwards, Clive A. The Importance of Integration in Sustainable Agricultural Systems.

Edwards, Clive A., and Benjamin R. Stinner. The Use of Innovative Agricultural Practices in a Farm Systems Context for Pest Control in the 1990s.

Edwards, Clive A., Robert Hart, and John A. Dixon. A Strategy For Developing and Implementing Sustainable Agricultural Strategies in Developing Countries.

Eplee, Robert E. Integrated Management System for Striga.

Eplee, Robert E. Striga: A Review of Management Strategies.

Gallucci, Vincent F. Sustainable Yield in Coastal Zones and Aquatic Ecosystems.

Gold, Clifford S., et al. Direct and Residual Effects of Short Duration Intercrops on the Cassava Whiteflies (Aleurotrachelus socialis and Trialeurodes variabilis) in Colombia.

Goodell, Grace. Challenges to International Pest Management Research and Extension in the Third World: Do We Really Want IPM to Work?

Groenfeldt, David. Managing A Greener Revolution.

Gutierrez, A. P., B. Wermelinger, F. Schulthess, J. U. Baumgaertner, J. S. Yaninek, H. R. Herren, P. Neuenschwander, B. Lohr, W. N. O. Hammond, and C. K. Ellis. An Overview of a Systems Model of Cassava and Cassava Pests in Africa.

Hankins, Allen, and William B. Jackson. Project Evaluation: Vertebrate Pest Management Research and Development.

Hart, Robert D., and Michael W. Sands. Sustainability: Abstract Goal or Operational Objective?

Hecht, Susanna B. U.S. Development Assistance and Environment.

Herren, Hans R. Biological Control as the Primary Option in Sustainable Pest Management: The Cassava Pest Project.

Industry Council for Development. Agribusiness Development: ICB Experience and Methodology.

International Organization for Pest Resistance Management. Congress statement, 3/28/90.

International Workshop on Sustainable Land Use Systems. Recommendations and Resolutions Adopted by the Participants.

Jodha, N. S. Mountain Agriculture: The Search for Sustainability.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix G: Project Bibliography." National Research Council. 1991. Toward Sustainability: A Plan for Collaborative Research on Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1822.
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Jodha, N. S. Mountain Perspective and Sustainability: A Framework for Development Strategies.

Jodha, N. S. Rural Common Property Resources: Contributions and Crisis.

Jodha, N. S. Sustainable Agriculture in Fragile Resource Zones: Technological Imperatives.

Jodha, N. S. Sustainable Mountain Agriculture: Some Preconditions.

Jodha, N. S., and R. P. Singh. Crop Rotation in Traditional Farming Systems in Selected Areas of India.

Lee, John E., Jr., and Kenneth Baum. Implications of Low-Input Farming Systems for the U.S. Position in World Agriculture.

MacKenzie, David R. Evaluation of Crop Protection Research, Training, and Technology Transfer at the International Agricultural Research Centers.

Matteson, Patricia C. The Consortium for International Crop Protection: AID's Primary Resource for Advancing IPM and Pesticide Management in Developing Countries.

Matteson, Patricia C. Integrated Pest Management for Food Crops in the Sahel: AID-Funded Accomplishments, Present Status, and Proposed Activities.

McVey, James P. Aquaculture: An Important Consideration in Sustainable Agriculture.

Nepstad, Daniel C., Christopher Uhl, and Emanuel A. S. Serrao. Restoration of Degraded Ecosystems in an Amazonian Landscape.

Neuenschwander, P., W. N. O. Hammond, O. Ajuonu, A. Gado, N. Echendu, A. H. Bokonon-Ganta, R. Allomasso, and I. Okon. Biological Control of the Cassava Mealybug, Phenacoccus manihoti, by Epidinocarsis lopezi in West Africa, as Influenced by Climate and Soil.

Nickel, John L. Research for Sustainable Agricultural Development: Some Examples from CIAT.

Paschke, J. Don. Letter to Lowell Hardin, with attached summaries of two reports on the Integrated Crop Protection CRSP Planning Study.

Posner, Joshua L., and Elon Gilbert. Sustainable Agriculture and FSR Teams in Semi-Arid West Africa: A Fatal Attraction?

Rausser, Gordon C. A New Paradigm for Policy Reform and Economic Development.

Sanders, John H. Developing New Agricultural Technologies for the Sahelian Countries: The Burkina Faso Case.

Sanders, John H. Sustainability in Input-Intensive Agro-Ecosystems in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Teng, Paul S. Integrated Pest Management in Rice: An Analysis of the Status Quo with Recommendations for Action.

Teng, Paul S. Research Priorities for Diseases.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix G: Project Bibliography." National Research Council. 1991. Toward Sustainability: A Plan for Collaborative Research on Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1822.
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Thurston, H. David. Plant Disease Management Practices of Traditional Farmers.

Tropical Soil Management CRSP. The Role of the Soil Management CRSP in Sustainable Agriculture Production. Statement of the Board of Directors.

Van der Graaff, Nicolas A. The Role of Governments of Least Developed Countries in Integrated Pest Management.

van Huis, A., F. Meerman, and W. Takken. The Role of the University System in the Promotion of IPM in the Developing World.

Veeresh, G. K. The Potential of IPM and Its Contribution to Agricultural Stability in the Indian Sub-Continent.

Veeresh, G. K. Resource Management on a Watershed Basis—Towards Sustainable Agriculture: A Case Study.

Waite, Benjamin H., Hiram G. Larew, and A. W. Johnson. Final External Evaluation: Crop Nematode Research and Control Project.

Weil, Ray R. Defining and Using the Concept of Sustainable Agriculture.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix G: Project Bibliography." National Research Council. 1991. Toward Sustainability: A Plan for Collaborative Research on Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1822.
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