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Determinants and impact of sustainable land and watershed management investments: A systems evaluation in the Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia:

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  • Schmidt, Emily
  • Chinowsky, Paul
  • Robinson, Sherman
  • Strzepek, Kenneth M.

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  • Schmidt, Emily & Chinowsky, Paul & Robinson, Sherman & Strzepek, Kenneth M., 2014. "Determinants and impact of sustainable land and watershed management investments: A systems evaluation in the Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia:," ESSP working papers 62, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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    Water management; Sustainability; Land management; River basins;

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