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Evaluation of productive rural land patterns with joint regard to the size, shape and dispersion of plots

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  • Gonzalez, X.P.
  • Marey, M.F.
  • Alvarez, C.J.

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  • Gonzalez, X.P. & Marey, M.F. & Alvarez, C.J., 2007. "Evaluation of productive rural land patterns with joint regard to the size, shape and dispersion of plots," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 92(1-3), pages 52-62, January.
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