Systemic vulnerability vs resilience in small island territories: keys for a viable adaptation of the agricultural sector

Abstract : Identify specific aspects of mixed farming systems. At the same time, certain practices seem to transcend the whole territory and relate little to the activities that dominate a zone. To be able to organize a follow-up of these promising complex systems at farmer and experimental level situation a first evolutionary assessment grid was sketched to enable the selection of the situations. This should allow a more detailed study of the functionality of farms where estimates can be made on the the performances and robustness of systems in terms of sustainable development.
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Valérie Angeon, Samuel Bates, Jean-Louis Diman, Audrey Fanchone, Patrick Saint-Pierre. Systemic vulnerability vs resilience in small island territories: keys for a viable adaptation of the agricultural sector. Advances in Animal Biosciences, Cambridge University Press, 2010, 1 (2), pp.515-516. 〈10.1017/S2040470010001305〉. 〈hal-01601271〉

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