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Introduction: The dynamics of coupled human and natural systems

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  • McPEAK, JOHN G.
  • LEE, DAVID R.
  • BARRETT, CHRISTOPHER B.

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  • McPEAK, JOHN G. & LEE, DAVID R. & BARRETT, CHRISTOPHER B., 2006. "Introduction: The dynamics of coupled human and natural systems," Environment and Development Economics, Cambridge University Press, vol. 11(01), pages 9-13, February.
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