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Shifting cultivation is predominantly practiced in humid and semihumid climates such as in the forests of Central Africa and in the lowlands of West Africa. Migration is an integral feature of systems of shifting cultivation and nomadic pastoralism as households move periodically to more fertile land. 12 CARL K. HIGHER AND DOYLE C. BAKER Fallow systems are generally defined as those in which one-third to two-thirds of the land is cultivated each year—the land use intensity (R) ranges between 33 and 66.
Sundstrom's book, published in Swedish in 1964, was virtually unnoticed until it was translated and published in English in 1974. He drew on English, French, German, Dutch, Portuguese, and Swedish sources in his penetrating analysis of the internal trade of salt, textiles, iron, copper, and brass in West, Central, and East Africa from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries. Evidence that internal trade was widespread, and of great antiquity, is also supported by Dike's  study on oil palm trade in the Niger delta of southern Nigeria in the nineteenth century and Lovejoy's  research on long-distance kola nut17 trade in the nineteenth century.
Argentina Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research. Los Banos Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resource Research and Development. Los Banos Population, Health and Nutrition. World Bank. Washington Pakistan Institute of Development Economics Philippine Institute for Development Studies Personnel of the Integrated Program of Agricultural Marketing. MSU, East Lansing Plan de Acci6n Conjunta para la Reactivaci6n Agropecuaria en America Latina y el Caribe (Joint Action Plan for Reactivation of Crops and Livestock in Latin America and the Caribbean).
A Survey of Agricultural Economics Literature: Agriculture in Economic Development, 1940s to 1990s by Lee Martin