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Compensation and rewards for environmental services in the developing world framing pan-tropical analysis and comparison

  • Swallow, B.
  • Kallesoe, M.
  • Iftikhar, U.
  • Noordwijk, M. van
  • Bracer, C.
  • Scherr, S.
  • Raju, K.V.
  • Poats, S.
  • Ochieng, B.
  • Mallee, H.
  • Rumley, R.

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Paper provided by World Agroforestry Centre, Library Department in its series Working Papers with number b14963.

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Date of creation: 2007
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