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6.3 Livelihood Examples

The following three charts illustrate measured indicators that pertain to livelihood, as well as conservation and production criteria.

Research on water is especially important in measuring livelihood criteria. The folllowing examples  can be used to measure both L1 and L3, as well as various conservation and production criteria.

This chart provides information that can be used to measure three [...]

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6.2 Production Examples

The first chart is an example of measuring a single criterion. In this case, the criterion being investigated is P2.

The second example is one measuring percentage of soil organic carbon (SOC), an indicator for Production and Livelihoods.

Most production criteria indicators can also be used to measure criteria in the other two legs of the ecoagriculture stool. [...]

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The following two charts represent possible trend analysis for Criterion C3:

The chart below chart represents an historical trend analysis and relates to Criterion C4. This example, and the three succeeding it, are also integrative, and are related to Criteria P2, P4, L1, and L3.

The next chart relates to Criteria C4 and C5, and can also represent indicators used [...]

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Unit 6. Tracking Change

Tracking change in your landscape involves comparing the difference in the values of your performance indicators at different points in time. Comparing the values of well chosen indicators will reveal whether your landscape is `moving in the right direction’ with respect to your goals.
The values for the indicators you have measured over time also will help [...]

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