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  • Over 17 million people in Bangladesh live just one meter above sea level, and as the rising water inundated half of the riceland, most of these would be homeless and hunger would spread.

    Environmental refugees

  • Indeed a 2000 study by the World Bank suggests that a one-meter rise in sea level, in addition to the devastation of physical infrastructure, would flood half of Bangladesh's riceland with saltwater.

    Climate, Poverty and Health~ Lecture

  • The irrigated riceland and metal implements were privately owned by the slave owners and freemen.

    SEMIFEUDALISM IN THE PHILIPPINES: Myth or Reality?

  • Psorophora columbiae eggs in different field types comprising a Texas riceland agroecosystem.

    Chapter 12

  • G. 7 Aerial photograph of riceland study site, Texas, USA

    Chapter 11

  • Slide G. 4 Aerial infrared photograph of a riceland system, Texas, USA

    Chapter 11

  • Slide G. 7 Aerial photograph of riceland study site, Texas, USA

    Chapter 11

  • G. 4 Aerial infrared photograph of a riceland system, Texas, USA

    Chapter 11

  • This oblique aerial photograph of the riceland study site gives additional information concerning micro relief and vegetation.

    Chapter 11

  • The medical importance of riceland mosquitoes and their control using alternatives to chemical insecticides.

    Chapter 7

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