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by Geoff A Wilson,Olivia J Wilson,G A Wilson

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Geoff A Wilson,Olivia J Wilson,G A Wilson
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Geoff A. Wilson, Olivia J. Wilson. A much-needed contemporary analysis of the Common Agricultural Policy and Germany's role within it.

Geoff A. The authors investigate the effect of reunification on German policy today, and ask whether she has acted as leader, partner or obstructor in the formation of policy. Their analysis includes social and environmental aspects, as well as the economic and political, with a special focus on the ''green agenda'' in European agriculture. Download (pdf, . 4 Mb) Donate Read

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German Agriculture in Transition? : Society, Policies and Environment in a Changing Europe. by Olivia Wilson and Geoff Wilson. Their analysis includes social and environmental aspects, as well as the economic and political, with a special focus on the "green agenda" in European agriculture.

German Agriculture in Transition : Society, Policies and Environment in a Changing Europe. About Geoff A. Wilson

German Agriculture in Transition : Society, Policies and Environment in a Changing Europe. GEOFF WILSON is Lecturer in Geography at Kings' College London. He has published widely on agri-environmental policy in Europe. OLIVIA WILSON is Lecturer in Geography at De Montfort University, Bedford and at the University of Otago, New Zealand. She has published articles on rural development in Britain, agricultural policy in New Zealand and rural restructuring in the ex-German Democratic Republic. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Personal Name: Wilson, G. A. (Geoffrey Alan), 1961-. Publication, Distribution, et. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York. ISBN: 0472106279 (alk. paper) Publication & Distribution: Ann Arbor, Mich. University of Michigan Press, (c)1996. Author: Eley, Geoff, 1949-. 3. Huella Carlos Duran.

Library of Congress Control Number: 00066576. 33. /0943 21. Personal Name: Wilson, G. Publication, Distribution, etc. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0333717953.

German Agriculture in Transition. Society, Policies and Environment in a Changing Europe. Their analysis includes social and environmental aspects, as well as the economic and political, with a special focus on the 'green agenda' in European agriculture.

GEOFF WILSON is Lecturer in Geography at Kings' College London.

In book: German Agriculture in Transition, p. 79-222. Cite this publication. These changes were correlated to increasing E4/E6 ratio characterizing the intensity of the oxidation processes and formation of oxygen-rich functional groups. The heavy metal (Cu, Fe, Mn, Pb) concentrations were examined in the composts and humic (HA) and fulvic acid (FA) fractions. The increase of copper binding by HA extracted from composts enriched in nitrogen was observed;the coordination sites of the ligand were characterized on the basis of EPR spectra.

By: Geoff A Wilson and Olivia J Wilson. 344 pages, Figs, tabs, maps. The authors investigate the effect of reunification on German policy in 2000 and ask whether she has acted as leader, partner or obstructor in the formation of policy. ISBN: 9780333717950 Hardback May 2001 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks.

This work is an analysis of the Common Agricultural Policy and Germany's role within it. The authors investigate the effect of reunification on German policy in 2000 and ask whether she has acted as leader, partner or obstructor in the formation of policy. Their analysis includes social and environmental aspects, as well as the economic and political, with a special focus on the green agenda in European agriculture.