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The Cost of Coastal Zone Degradation in West Africa


  • Lelia Croitoru
  • Juan José Miranda
  • Maria Sarraf


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  • Lelia Croitoru & Juan José Miranda & Maria Sarraf, 2019. "The Cost of Coastal Zone Degradation in West Africa," World Bank Publications - Reports 31428, The World Bank Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:wbk:wboper:31428

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