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Virtual land use and agricultural trade: Estimating environmental and socio-economic impacts

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  • Wurtenberger, Laura
  • Koellner, Thomas
  • Binder, Claudia R.

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  • Wurtenberger, Laura & Koellner, Thomas & Binder, Claudia R., 2006. "Virtual land use and agricultural trade: Estimating environmental and socio-economic impacts," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 57(4), pages 679-697, June.
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