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Biological and economic foundations of renewable resource exploitation

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  • Regev, U.
  • Gutierrez, A. P.
  • Schreiber, S. J.
  • Zilberman, D.

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  • Regev, U. & Gutierrez, A. P. & Schreiber, S. J. & Zilberman, D., 1998. "Biological and economic foundations of renewable resource exploitation," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 26(3), pages 227-242, September.
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