Methodological issues in mountain research: a socio-ecological systems approach
Contributed papers presented at a workshop held during November 11-16, 2002 and sponsored by Unesco and co-sponsored by Mountain Research Initiative, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development.
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Challenges in Doing Socially Relevant
Innovations in Shifting Cultivation and Land
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