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Impacts of nonstate, market-driven governance on Chilean forests

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Bibliographic reference Heilmayr, Robert ; Lambin, Eric. Impacts of nonstate, market-driven governance on Chilean forests. In: Proceedings of the National academy of sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 113, no.11, p. 2910-2915 (2016)
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