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Title: 'Catalonian agriculture'
Author: Majoral i Moliné, Roser, 1942-2005
Keywords: Agricultura
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: Institut d'Estudis Catalans
Abstract: In Catalonia we can not speak any more of the rural space as an exclusively agrarian space. In wide territories rural space has turned into a multifunctional space where agriculture is one of many activities, and not always the most important. To a morphologycally broken space, with great climate contrasts, agricu1ture has responded by adaptating in multiple ways, that, along with the different sociostructural and economic situations results in a wide variety of agricultures, with different developing levels and multiple forms of using land in a contrasting landscape that notably varies at very hgort distances o Catalonia represents a 6,32% of the state territory, but has less than the 5% of its surface for cultivation. The cultivated surface is worked on by a 5,4% of the total active state population and from which the 5,7% of the total farmlands and 11,8% of the total agricultural production is obtained.
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It is part of: Treballs de la Societat Catalana de Geografia, 1986, num. especial, p. 87-103
ISSN: 1133-2190
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