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Ecosystem functions, services and their values - a case study in Xingshan County of China

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  • Guo, Zhongwei
  • Xiao, Xiangming
  • Gan, Yaling
  • Zheng, Yuejun

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  • Guo, Zhongwei & Xiao, Xiangming & Gan, Yaling & Zheng, Yuejun, 2001. "Ecosystem functions, services and their values - a case study in Xingshan County of China," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 38(1), pages 141-154, July.
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