The multidisciplinary integrated approach has much promise as a cost
effective method of studying biophysical and agricultural characteristics of the
landscape. A key to its successful implementation lies in close cooperation and
mutual understanding among the different specialists constituting the
multidisciplinary research team.
I. E.A. Gyasi (geography: agricultural land-use systems, rural change); G.T.
Agyepong (geography: land-use ecology, remote sensing); E. Ardayfim-Schandorf
(geography: gender and environmental change); L. Enu-Kwesi (botany: plant
physiology); J.S. Nabila (geography: population, medical geography); E.
Owusu-Bennoah (agriculture: soil chemistry and