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Dr Patrick Mendis
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Peter Lang Inc., New York (December 1, 1992)
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HUMAN ENVIRONMENT AND SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION The Case Study of Sri . This book is an illustration of an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the century-old tea industry in Sri Lanka.

HUMAN ENVIRONMENT AND SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION The Case Study of Sri Lanka and Other Tea Producing Countries. Foreword by Ambassador Harlan Cleveland World Academy of Art and Science. The study skillfully weaves together different dimensions of the inland’s tea industry such as modern land use pattern, human environment, economies of scale, and policy issues such as the trade-off between economic efficiency and social equity.

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Patrick Mendis (帕特里克·孟迪斯) is an educator, diplomat, author, and executive in government service in the United States. A former American diplomat during the Clinton and Bush administrations, he is now serving as a commissioner of the .  .

University of Sri Lanka. studies on the particular importance of GIs in developing countries and as well as in developed. Ceylon Tea has its own subculture and a heritage that nurtured over 140 years. For an example, tea is grown in hill country regions of Sri Lanka since the colonial era and it has. acquired well known GI name for Ceylon Tea for centuries. In this area, the whole rural. lifestyle is established based on tea culture. Sri Lanka relies overwhelmingly on its most famous. employment to over 1 million people.

Environmental issues in Sri Lanka include large-scale logging of forests and degradation of mangroves, coral reefs and soil. Air pollution and water pollution are challenges for Sri Lanka since both cause negative health impacts

Environmental issues in Sri Lanka include large-scale logging of forests and degradation of mangroves, coral reefs and soil. Air pollution and water pollution are challenges for Sri Lanka since both cause negative health impacts. Insufficient waste management, especially in rural areas, leads to environmental pollution. Sri Lanka is also vulnerable to climate change impacts such as extreme weather events and sea level rise.

the case study of Sri Lanka and other tea producing countries. Published 1992 by P. Lang in New York Includes bibliographical references (p. -250) and index. American university studies. Lang in New York. Labor productivity, Tea trade. Includes bibliographical references (p. Series XVI, Economics ;, vol. 8, American university studies. v. 8. Classifications.

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Studies, the Sri Lankan-born American diplomat is also serving

Patrick Mendis is an educator, diplomat, author, and executive in government service in the United States. A Rajawali senior fellow at the Kennedy School of Government's Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University and a visiting fellow of Peking University's School of International Studies, the Sri Lankan-born American diplomat is also serving .

This book, an interdisciplinary study of human environment and spatial organization in agriculture, covers the historical development of the tea industry and analyzes a set of intriguing relationships among estate size, management, and environmental factors of tea production in Sri Lanka. It applies a host of geographic and economic data to a production function analysis in order to examine returns to scale, intensity of land use, and relationships between yield and factors of tea production. These results are compared with other findings from major tea and coffee producing countries as well as selected crops from developed and developing countries. Finally, this study provides a framework for spatially and environmentally sensitive policy options to optimize efficiency and equity considerations of the tea sector in Sri Lanka.