III: Integrating social and technical perspectives in natural resource management

L. Omodei Zorini Overview and Discussion: Natural Resource Management, pp. 181-188. 

B. Adolph Linking Process to Impact: Some Findings on the Impact of Participatory Approaches to Soil and Water Conservation in Semi-arid South India, pp. 189-193.

C. Almeida, Ch. Garforth and A. Cristóvão Farmers’ Involvement in Forest Management in the Central Region of Portugal, pp. 194-198.

M. Gafsi and J. Brossier Analysis of Changes on Farms Made Necessary by Constraints Concerning Protection of Water Quality, pp. 199-204.

J. P. Hansen and V. Østergaard Indicators - A Method to Discribe Sustainability of Farming Systems, pp. 205-210.

B. Hubert, C. Deverre and M. Meuret The Know-how of Livestock Farmers Challenged by New Objectives for European Farming, pp. 211-218.

C. Köbrich and T. Rehman Sustainability, Farming Systems and the MCDM Paradigm: Typification of Farming Systems for Modelling, pp. 219-224.

M. Lemon and R. Seaton Social Enquiry and the Policy Relevant Exploration of Agricultural Systems, pp. 225-229.

V. Mazzucato Bridging the Gap between Economics and Anthropology: The Use of Ethnoscience in Economic Analyses of Indigenous Economies, pp. 230-236.

P.-L. Osty, S. Lardon and P. Triboulet Sustainable Management of Natural Resources in Depopulated Areas: A Biotechnical Viewpoint in the Dynamics of Sheep-Farming. A Case-Study in South Massif-Central (France), pp. 237-241.

N. Röling and J. Jiggins The Ecological Knowledge System, pp. 242-246.