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Challenges for research on global change in mainland Ecuador

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Bibliographic reference Vanacker, Veerle ; Molina, Armando ; Torres, Rossana ; Calderon, Edison ; Cadilhac, Laura. Challenges for research on global change in mainland Ecuador. In: Neotropical Biodiversity, Vol. 4, no.1, p. 113-117 (2018)
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