International Arid Lands Consortium



International Arid Lands Consortium Related

Adaptive Strategies for Sustainable Livelihoods in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs) Project:: Description of ASALs Project in Africa, along with outputs, findings, significance and bibliography.

Arid Lands Greenhouses:: Arid Lands, one of the world's largest growers and sellers of succulent plants specializing in very rare species.

Desertification of Arid Lands:: Looks at the role resource mismanagement plays in desertification.

Arid Lands Newsletter:: Exploring topics pertinent to drylands researchers, resource managers, policy makers, and inhabitants worldwide.

Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden, The:: Facility where research, education, and the display of plant biodiversity from the southern arid zone of Australia is centred.

Directory of Arid Lands Research Institutions 1995:: Facilitating exchange between people interested in the development and conservation of drylands.

Direct Seeding: The Natural Solution for Revegetating Arid Lands:: Information from the Eden Foundation on using perennials to provide a permanent vegetative cover into which annuals can be seeded.

Natural Resources and Rural Development in Arid Lands: Case Studies from Sudan:: United Nations University report edited by H.R.J. Davies.

International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium:: The IWGSC was set up to sequence the wheat genome so as to enhance our knowledge of its structure and function and to enable plant scientists and breeders to accelerate wheat improvements.

Fruit of Arid and Semi-Arid Areas:: Information from India on the cultural requirements, varieties, management, pest control and harvesting of fruit from the date palm, phalsa, custard-apple, bullock’s-heart, aonia, fig and jamun.

  • New Additions: Dryland Farming
Agrodiversity as a Means of Sustaining Small Scale Dryland Farming Systems in Tanzania
Direct Seeding: The Natural Solution for Revegetating Arid Lands
Dryland Farming Organisation in West Asia and North Africa
Drylands Coordination Group