Mountain agriculture has attracted attention both for its complex adaptation to particular circumstances, and for its marginality and instability in a changing world. Irrigation plays a range of roles in mountain farming systems and their dynamics or change. Hill Irrigation examines the environmental
constraints and socio-economic contexts to successful mountain agriculture, and reviews the policies and technological approaches used to promote irrigation in different mountain regions. This survey is accompaned by a detailed bibliography of over 500 entries of literature on the subject.
- Published: 1995
- Publisher: Intermediate Technology on behalf of the Overseas Development Institute,
- ISBN-10: 1853391719
- ISBN-13: 978-1853391712
- Dewey Decimal: 631.587
- ECHO Library: 631.587 VIN