Development and Evaluation of Models and Methods To Improve the Assessment of Status and Estimate the Economic And Environmental Impact of Options to Enhance Food Security: A FIVIMS Pilot Study Conducted in the Republic of Mali, Second Planning Workshop


Texas A&M University, Institute of Rural Economy (IER), Institute of Sahel (INSAH)

Type of Document:
Conference Proceeding or Document


Mali FIVIMS Pilot Study Workshop

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Table of Contents: Introduction

Introduction and Status of Implementation of the FIVIMS Pilot Study Plans

Session A: The Use of Remote Sensed Data, Biophysical Models and Spatially Explicit Analysis to Assess the Impact on Natural Resources and Environment of Technology and Policy Options Affecting Food Security

Session B: Agricultural Economic Models and Assessment of Impacts of The Impact of Technology and Policy Options. Interfacing Models and Building Capacity

Session C: Factors Affecting Adoption of New Technology for Application to Heuristic Rule Making

Plenary Sessions: Issues and opportunities transcending the planning sessions

Summary Reports and Discussion of Planning Sessions


Additional Bibliographic Information

Proceedings of the Mali FIVIMS Pilot Study Workshop II, Bamako, Mali, 4-6 July, 2000

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