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Whither the forest transition? Climate change, policy responses, and redistributed forests in the twenty-first century

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Bibliographic reference Rudel, Thomas K. ; Meyfroidt, Patrick ; Chazdon, Robin ; Bongers, Frans ; Sloan, Sean ; et. al. Whither the forest transition? Climate change, policy responses, and redistributed forests in the twenty-first century. In: Ambio, (2019)
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