The sustainability of rural systems: global and local challenges and opportunities
de S. M. Bicalho, Ana Maria
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Cawley, M., Bicalho, A.M de S. M., Laurens, L (Ed.). (2013) The Sustainability of Rural Systems: Global and Local Challenges and Opportunities, Galway and Okayama: Whitaker Institute & CSRS of the International Geographical Union.
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