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The potential to restore native woody plant richness and composition in a reforesting landscape: a modeling approach in the Ecuadorian Andes

Bibliographic reference Middendorp, Romaike Sanne ; Pérez, Alvaro J. ; Molina, Armando ; Lambin, Eric. The potential to restore native woody plant richness and composition in a reforesting landscape: a modeling approach in the Ecuadorian Andes. In: Landscape Ecology, (2016)
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