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Scenarios on future land changes in the West African Sahel

Bibliographic reference Lambin, Eric ; D’haen, Sarah Ann Lise ; Mertz, Ole ; Nielsen, Jonas Østergaard ; Rasmussen, Kjeld. Scenarios on future land changes in the West African Sahel. In: Geografisk Tidsskrift, Vol. 114, no. 1, p. 76-83 (2014)
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