Farm-generated determinants of land use changes in the rural-urban fringe in Canada, 1961-1975. Prepared for Lands Directorate, Dept. of the Environment. by C.R Bryant

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  • Land use, Rural -- Canada,
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Canada.

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Abstract and pref. also in French. Bibliography: p. 156-161.

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ContributionsCanada. Lands Directorate
The Physical Object
Pagination172 p. 1 fold. map. ;
Number of Pages172
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Farm-generated Determinants of Land Use Changes in the Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada, Author(s) Bryant, C.R. Publisher: Lands Directorate.: Environment Canada: Publication year: Notes: Library holding:CA show all notes. Bryant, C.R. () Farm –generated determinants of land use changes in the Rural –Urban Fringe in Canada, Ottawa, Lands Directorate, Environment Canada, Technical Report.p [18].

Bryant, C.R. () Farm-Generated Determinants of Land Use Change in the Rural-Urban Fringe, Technical Report, Environment Canada, Ottawa. Bryant, C.R. () Agricultural change in an urbanizing environment: A case study from the Paris Region, to Cited by: "Bryant and Russwurm, op cit, Ftef 6.

^C.R. Bryant, Farm Generated Determi- nants of Land-use Changes in the Rural- Urban Fringe in Canada,Lands Directorate, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Cited by: 4. Keywords: land-use change, land-cover change, determinants of land-use and land-cover change Contents 1.

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