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A socio-ecological assessment aiming at improved forest resource management and sustainable ecotourism development in the mangroves of Tanbi Wetland National Park, The Gambia, West Africa

Bibliographic reference Satyanarayana, Behara ; Bhanderi, Preetika ; Debry, Melanie ; Maniatis, Danae ; Foré, Franka ; et. al. A socio-ecological assessment aiming at improved forest resource management and sustainable ecotourism development in the mangroves of Tanbi Wetland National Park, The Gambia, West Africa. In: AMBIO, Vol. 41, no. 5, p. 513-526 (2012)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/70045
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