Related Publications

The following collection of papers is intended to provide readers interested in solving  degraded-land problems in South China with additional technical information on geology, mineralogy, and some related historical and socio-economic issues.

Art and the Pearl River Delta environment with pics

Natural zeolites: some potential agricultural applications for developing countries

Natural zeolites as an agricultural resource in the hot, wet tropics: South China as a model model

Zeolites and animal wastes: a potential for improving water quality and soil fertility in the hot, wet parts of China (abst)

Clay minerals and environmental problems of developing nations (abst.)

Future perspectives for natural zeolites in agriculture and aquaculture

Halloysite-rich tropical weathering products of Hong Kong

Tubular halloysite in HK drinking water

Hong Kong minerals

Halloysite from weathered micaceous rocks of Hong Kong  (abst.)

Tubular halloysite in filtered drinking water of Hong Kong, (abst.)

From Hong Kong geology to Chinese agroecology

Improving Degraded Lands: Promising Experiences from South China

Impressions of South China’s efforts to achieve sustainable agriculture

Land-use decisions: a need for a systems approach to improve South China’s degraded lands

Geological controls on environmental problems of developing countries of the humid tropics (abst.)

Developing sustainable agroecological demonstrations on two South China tropical islands using science-based ecotourists (abst.)

Degraded tropical lands of China: problems and opportunities

Degraded lands: South China’s untapped resource

The rubber-tea agroforestry system of South China: a short review

Nankai U. power-point presentation: Art and the Pearl River Delta environment

South China’s taste for wildlife

Field workshop on degraded lands for Chinese environmental NGOs

Developing sustainable agroecological demonstrations on two South China tropical islands using science-based ecotourists

International workshop on land degradation; South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou

Other non-related publications

Heavy minerals in the Underclay of the Illinois No. 2 Coal…;

Contact Temperature of a Peridotite Dike with Pennsylvanian Shale Determined by Clay Mineral Alterations; http://www.il-acad-sci.org/transactions_pdf_files/56.09.pdf

Nickel mining and the BWCA: A question of priorities

 

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