2 edition of Ecological degradation in the production of food and export crops in North-West Honduras found in the catalog.
Ecological degradation in the production of food and export crops in North-West Honduras
by University of Stockholm, Institute of Latin American Studies in Stockholm
Written in English
Offprint from: Threatened peoples and environments in the Americas : proceedings of the 48th International Congress of Americanists, Stockholm-Uppsala, 4th-9th July 1994, pp.161-189.
|Other titles||Threatened peoples and environments in the Americas.|
|Contributions||Stockholms universitet. Institute of Latin American Studies., International Congress of Americanists, (48th : 1994 : Stockholm-Uppsala, Sweden)|
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Ecological degradation in the production of food and export crops in North-West Honduras. Author(s) Jansen, K. Source: In: Threatened peoples and environments in the Americas / Mörner, M., Rosendahl, M., - p.
- Department(s) Rural Development Sociology CERES: Publication type: Chapter in scientific book: Publication year: Comments. Jansen, Kees (a) ‘Ecological Degradation in the Production of Food and Export Crops in North-West Honduras’, in M. Mörner and M. Rosendahl (eds) Threatened Peoples and Environments in the Americas, Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Stockholm.
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