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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Meio Ambiente - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Issue Date: 2011
Type of Material: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: RAMOS, N. P.
LUCHIARI JUNIOR, A.
SILVA, P. de A.
SIQUEIRA, E. R. de
SANTIAGO, A. D.
PACKER, A. P. C.
Additional Information: NILZA PATRICIA RAMOS, CNPMA; ARIOVALDO LUCHIARI JUNIOR, CNPMA; PAULO DE ALBUQUERQUE SILVA, CPATC; EDMAR RAMOS DE SIQUEIRA, CPATC; ANTONIO DIAS SANTIAGO, CPATC; ANA PAULA CONTADOR PACKER, CNPMA.
Title: Critical variables to predict technological expansion in traditional sugarcane productive region of north-east Brazil.
Publisher: In: INTERNATIONAL SUGAR CONFERENCE, 4., 2011. Nova Delhi. Balancing sugar and energy production in developing countries: sustainable technologies and marketing strategies. Proceedings... Nova Delhi: IAPSIT, 2011. p. 136-139.
Language: en
Keywords: Cana-de-açúcar.
Description: Abstract: Several critical variables are used to predict the technological expansion of traditional sugarcane productive region of Brazil's northeast (NE). Variables were selected after retrospective evaluation, present diagnosis and validation by expertise of the sugarcane sector. After the selection, the variables were classified based on impact levei and predictability. The matrix for morphological analysis was carried out to indicate the technological expansion pathway. It is possible to conclude that technological expansion of sugarcane production in this traditional region could be limited or enhanced by agricultural, social environrnental and economic variables. ln this study, a total of twenty five parameters were designated to evaluate the sugarcane expansion in this region, being eight agricultural, six natural resource, six market and five social variables. Therefore, straight analysis of the scenario lead to the possibility of immediate actions in agricultura I sugarcane production, natural resource preservation and social relationships variables, on the other hand the market actions agreements are more complex and complicated to apply.
NAL Thesaurus: Sugarcane
Bioenergy
Year: 2012-03-16
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