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Title: Land use change in Malta
Authors: Charlton, W. A.
Beeley, B. W.
Keywords: Agriculture -- Malta
Agriculture and politics -- Malta
Issue Date: 1987
Citation: Charlton, W. A., & Beeley, B. W. (1987). Land use change in Malta. Viewpoint, 96-101.
Abstract: In the mid-1950s a team of research workers from Durham University's geography department carried out a detailed agricultural land use survey of the Maltese Islands. Since then Malta has gained political independence, although the economic distortions associated with the colonial period have not yet come to an end. This article looks at Maltese agricultural land use and reassesses it against the background of changes which have occurred in Malta's political ano economic status.
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