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Are Central Africa's Protected Areas Displacing Hundreds of Thousands of Rural Poor?

Curran Bryan, Sunderland Terry, Maisels Fiona, Oates John, Asaha Stella, Balinga Michael, Defo Louis, Dunn Andrew, Telfer Paul, Usongo Leonard, Loebenstein Karin von, Roth Philipp

Year : 2009| Volume: 7| Issue : 1 | Page no: 30-45

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