Towards a climate change adaptation strategy for coffee communities and ecosystems in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, Mexico
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KeywordsAdaptive resource management; Coffea arabica ; Coffee quality; Crop suitability modeling; Ecosystem based adaptation; Livelihoods diversification; MAXENT; Natural disaster;
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