Increasing resilience to droughts in Viet Nam: The role of forests, agroforestry, and climate smart agriculture | Land Portal

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December 2016
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Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 

Gatto, M.
Talsma, T.
Mulia, R.
Pham, M.T.
Läderach, Peter
Grosjean, Godefroy
Hamilton, S. D.
Blaustein-Rejto, D.
Bourgoin, C.
Catacutan, D.
Bui, Y.
Tran, D.N.
Nguyen, K.G.
Lan, Le Ngoc
Sebastian, L.S.
Monteils, F.



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