Intra-seasonal climate variability and crop diversification strategies in the Peruvian Andes: A word of caution on the sustainability of adaptation to climate change
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KeywordsIntra-seasonal climate variability; Crop diversification; Latin-America; Andes; Peru; Fixed effects model;
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