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Sustainable Management Of Land, Water And Biodiversity In Agriculture Under Climate Change

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  • Škorić, Dragan
  • Tomić, Danilo
  • Popović, Vesna

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  • Popović, Vesna
  • Vasiljević, Zorica

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  • Popović, Vesna & Vasiljević, Zorica, 2013. "Sustainable Management Of Land, Water And Biodiversity In Agriculture Under Climate Change," Agri-Food Sector in Serbia: State and Challenges, Serbian Association of Agricultural Economists, number 157562 edited by Škorić, Dragan & Tomić, Danilo & Popović, Vesna, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:saaemn:157562
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.157562
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    1. Pieri, C. & Dumanski, J. & Hamblin, A. & Young, A., 1995. "Land Quality Indicators," World Bank - Discussion Papers 315, World Bank.
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