By Chu T. Hoanh, Brian W. Szuster, Kam Suan-Pheng, Andrew D. Noble, Abdelbagi M. Ismail
Tropical coastal deltas characterize probably the most assorted and swiftly altering biophysical areas within the constructing international. those deltas are domestic to giant populated parts, are major centres of agricultural construction and commercial improvement, and comprise fragile ecosystems which are now dealing with new threats due to anticipated sea-level rises linked to international warming. concentrating on the constructing nations of Asia, Africa and South the US, chapters discover the various livelihoods of individuals in those components and the influence of land-water administration at the setting. New strategies and methodologies are explored in land and water administration to aim and resolve the conflicts among rice-based agriculture, aquaculture, fisheries and the surroundings in tropical delta areas. Illustrating easy methods to guard tropical deltaic platforms within the face of significant destiny demanding situations, it will be crucial examining for college students, researchers, coverage makers and usual source managers in agriculture and aquaculture.