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Robust strategies for managing rangelands with multiple stable attractors

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  • Janssen, Marco A.
  • Anderies, John M.
  • Walker, Brian H.

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  • Janssen, Marco A. & Anderies, John M. & Walker, Brian H., 2004. "Robust strategies for managing rangelands with multiple stable attractors," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Elsevier, vol. 47(1), pages 140-162, January.
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