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The Potential for Intensive Crop Production in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia: History, Current Status, Government Plans, and Potential Impacts on Biodiversity

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Contributors: Karl Didier (Wildlife Conservation Society), Ochirkhuyag Lkhamjav (Wildlife Conservation Society)

The grasslands of Mongolia comprise a large proportion of the remaining “unconverted” temperate grasslands, and, therefore, are immensely valuable for both biodiversity and humans. In recent years, concerns within the conservation community have arisen about possible large-scale increases in crop-based agriculture in Mongolia.

Author(s): Karl Didier (Wildlife Conservation Society) , Ochirkhuyag Lkhamjav (Wildlife Conservation Society)

Publication Date: 2009

Location: Mongolia

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