Potential of U.S. Agriculture and Forestry to Mitigate Greenhouse Gas Emissions: An Agricultural Sector Analysis, The
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Keywordsaggregate supply and demand analysis; environmental management; global warming; greenhouse gas emission mitigation; prices; renewable resources and conservation.;
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