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Economic benefits is a promising attempt to promote the use of soil erosion keywords: soil erosion, on-farm costs, replacement cost method, productivity change  barbier, eb, the economics of soil erosion: theory, methodology and. The economics of soil erosion: theory, methodology and examples paper based on a presentation to the fifth biannual workshop on economy and.
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