Problems of soil and water conservation in the eastern caribbean islands
Authors: Campbell, L.G. And R.S. Broughton
Description: The islands of the Eastern Caribbean form an arc over a distance of approximately 750 miles from the Virgin Islands to Trinidad. See Figure 1. The inhabited ones number only about thirty. Their total land area is about 4,470 square miles. The population is estimated at about 2,050,000 (1960), giving an overall density of approximately 460 per square mile, but ranging from 124 per square mile in the British Virgin Islands to 1,398 per square mile in Barbados.
Keywords: problems of soil and water conservation in the eastern caribbean islands
Citation: Campbell, L.G. and R.S. Broughton 1965. PROBLEMS OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN ISLANDS. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 7(1):40-44.