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Title: Envisioning perennial agroecosystems in Palestine
Authors: Tesdella, Omar David Van Tassel 
Othman, Yusra 
Dowani, Yara 
Khraishi, Samir 
Deeik, Mary 
Fouad Muaddi 
Schlautman, Brandon 
Streit Krug, Aubrey 
Van Tassel, David 
Keywords: Agricultural ecology - Palestine;Agrobiodiversity - Palestine;Permaculture;Poly-aquaculture;Domestication - Palestine
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Journal of Arid Environments
Source: Tesdell, Omar (first author), Yusra Othman, Yara Dowani, Samir Khraishi, Saher Alkhoury, Mary Deeik, Aubrey Streit Krug, Brandon Schlautman, David Van Tassel. 2020. Envisioning Perennial Agroecosystems in Palestine. Journal of Arid Environments, Volume 175. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2019.104085
Journal: Journal of Arid Environments 
Abstract: Climatic change will seriously impact Mediterranean areas. Palestine, which has given forth annual grain based agriculture, is particularly vulnerable given its political and economic situation. Research is needed to build climate adaptation and resilience into agroecosystems within the same landscape that gave forth agriculture. A primary step in achieving that adaptation is to develop polycultures composed of perennial crops to protect and rebuild the soil. Our preliminary research shows that agrobiodiversity and genetic material for this deep adaptation is already present within the landscape, and if developed could produce the new crops used to build perennial polycultures.
Description: Article published in : Journal of Arid Environments, 2019
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6357
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2019.104085
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