The six classic books in this series study sustainability in agriculture and fisheries, assessing options for improving food security as well as protecting the natural environment and human health. The RFF Library Collection brings back landmark books published by Resources for the Future throughout its nearly 60-year history as the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues. The Collection offers individuals and institutions the most classic and relevant literature across a range of environmental issues.
Table of Contents
The Cropland Crisis: Myth or Reality? Edited by Pierre R. Crosson 9781617260131 250 pp The Common Wealth in Ocean Fisheries: Some Problems of Growth and Economic Allocation By Francis T. Christy, Jr. and Anthony Scott 9781617260100 281 pp The Pacific Salmon Fisheries: A Study of Irrational Conservation By James A. Crutchfield and Giulio Pontecorvo 9781617260155 220 pp Soil Conservation in Perspective By R. Burnell Held and Marion Clawson 9781617260124 344 pp The Overproduction Trap in U.S. Agriculture: A Study of Resource Allocation from World War I to the Late 1960's Edited by Glenn L. Johnson and C. Leroy Quance 9781617260148 211 pp Governing Soil Conservation: Thirty Years of the New Decentralization By Robert J. Morgan 9781617260117 399 pp