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A regression analysis of the effect of energy use in agriculture

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  • Karkacier, Osman
  • Gokalp Goktolga, Z.
  • Cicek, Adnan

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  • Karkacier, Osman & Gokalp Goktolga, Z. & Cicek, Adnan, 2006. "A regression analysis of the effect of energy use in agriculture," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 34(18), pages 3796-3800, December.
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