Anton received his Ph.D. at the Russian Institute of Agrarian Problems and Informatics, where he researched development issues in the potato and vegetable sectors. There he also participated in several projects on such topics as trade policy and integration, modelling and projections, and productivity analysis. Anton is now the Head of the Economics Department at the Eurasian Center for Food Security at Lomonosov Moscow State University, and a senior researcher at the Economics of Land Degradation Laboratory. Dr. Strokov has publications in such journals as Studies on Russian Economic Development and Journal of Economic Integration.

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Land use and cover changes are highly influenced by the food demands of increasing populations the world over. The continual conversion of land for agricultural use has destroyed or degraded many habitats and poses a threat to biological diversity.1,2 Not only are forests being converted into cropland to meet these demands, causing land …

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