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Economic Benefit of Management Options for a Suburban Forest in South Thailand

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  • Saowalak Roongtawanreongsri

    () (Faculty of Environmental Management, Prince of Songkla University)

  • Prakart Sawangchote

    (Prince of Songkla University)

  • Sara Bumrungsri

    (Prince of Songkla University)

  • Chaisri Suksaroj

    (Prince of Songkla University)

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  • Saowalak Roongtawanreongsri & Prakart Sawangchote & Sara Bumrungsri & Chaisri Suksaroj, 2016. "Economic Benefit of Management Options for a Suburban Forest in South Thailand," EEPSEA Research Report rr20160341, Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA), revised Mar 2016.
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    Economic Benefit; Management Options; Forest;

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