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A multidimensional farming system typology

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  • Andersen, Erling
  • Verhoog, A. David
  • Elbersen, Berien S.
  • Godeschalk, Frans E.
  • Koole, Boudewijn

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  • Andersen, Erling & Verhoog, A. David & Elbersen, Berien S. & Godeschalk, Frans E. & Koole, Boudewijn, 2006. "A multidimensional farming system typology," Reports 9291, SEAMLESS: System for Environmental and Agricultural Modelling, Linking European Science and Society.
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