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Entity-Based Landscape Modelling to Assess the Impacts of Different Incentives Mechanisms on Argan Forest Dynamics

Bibliographic reference El Wahidi, Farid ; Radoux, Julien ; Ponette, Quentin ; Defourny, Pierre. Entity-Based Landscape Modelling to Assess the Impacts of Different Incentives Mechanisms on Argan Forest Dynamics. In: Land, Vol. 4, no.4, p. 1003-1029 (11 November 2015)
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