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The tradeoff analysis model: integrated bio-physical and economic modeling of agricultural production systems

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  • Stoorvogel, J. J.
  • Antle, J. M.
  • Crissman, C. C.
  • Bowen, W.

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  • Stoorvogel, J. J. & Antle, J. M. & Crissman, C. C. & Bowen, W., 2004. "The tradeoff analysis model: integrated bio-physical and economic modeling of agricultural production systems," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 80(1), pages 43-66, April.
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