Published April 1, 1982
by RFF Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
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The Cropland Crisis - Myth or Reality? edited by Pierre R. Crosson Concern over U.S. agricultural land tends to focus on its physical availability. Of far greater importance, however, is the economic capability of the land to meet ever-increasing demands for food and fiber. This volume clarifies the. Winner of the prestigious FEEM 20th Anniversary Prize for its contribution to the field of environmental economics, Resources for the Future is the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues. The RFF Library Collection brings back landmark books published by RFF throughout its nearly year history, with works by the greatest thinkers in economics and. GENERAL INDEX The Journal of Economic Literature Vol Moses Abramovitz, Managing Editor Naomi Perlman, Alexander J. Field, John Pencaval: Associate Editors. Although I can’t find the study itself on line, a book titled The Cropland Crisis: Myth or Reality? reports that, based on somewhat subjective judgments and then-current crop prices, the department estimated that more than million acres of non-crop agricultural lands had “medium” to “high” potential of being converted to crop lands.