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An ecological economic simulation model of a non-selective grazing system in the Nama Karoo, South Africa

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  • Beukes, P. C.
  • Cowling, R. M.
  • Higgins, S. I.

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  • Beukes, P. C. & Cowling, R. M. & Higgins, S. I., 2002. "An ecological economic simulation model of a non-selective grazing system in the Nama Karoo, South Africa," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 42(1-2), pages 221-242, August.
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