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143- 57, Carl Christiansson, 'Soil erosion and conservation in the drylands'; p. 159-72, Per Nilsson, 'Wood: the other energy crisis'; p. 173-90, Finn Kjaerby, 'The development of agricultural mechanisation in Tanzania'; p. 191-205, Torben Rasmussen, 'The green revolution in the southern highlands'; p. '; p. '; p. 239-51, Kaj Arhem, 'Pastoralism under pressure: the Ngorongoro Maasai'; p. 253-68, Ulla Vuorela, 'No sugar - no tea! A women's cooperative in crisis: some experiences from Manyoni town in Singida region'; p.

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