1 edition of Environmental histories, access to resources and landscape change found in the catalog.
Environmental histories, access to resources and landscape change
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|Other titles||Land degradation and development.|
|Statement||guest editors Simon Batterbury and Tony Bebbington.|
|Series||Land degradation & development -- v.10 no.4|
|Contributions||Batterbury, Simon., Bebbington, Anthony.|
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