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Approche intégrée des productions animales et végétales dans un modèle économique pour l’analyse des interactions agriculture – environnement

Abstract : Taking into account interactions in many ways between agricultural and animal production activities lead to proposing an agro-economic model of integration capable of restoring its complexity. Greenhouse gas emissions other than carbon dioxide, variability in livestock feed produced on farms or in industry, mineral and organic nitrogen inputs for crops are all examples of these interactions that the AROPAj model helps to assess and analyze in different economic and climatic contexts. This article provides a short and partial summary of what has been published, with an opening to current research.
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Anna Lungarska, Raja Chakir, Nosra Ben Fradj, Pierre Alain Jayet, Laure Bamière, et al.. Approche intégrée des productions animales et végétales dans un modèle économique pour l’analyse des interactions agriculture – environnement. Innovations Agronomiques, INRAE, 2020, 80, pp.69-85. ⟨10.15454/gf1x-8623⟩. ⟨hal-03161714⟩

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