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Fuelwood production in agroforestry systems for sustainable land use and CO2-mitigation

, : Fuelwood production in agroforestry systems for sustainable land use and CO2-mitigation. Ecological Engineering 16(Suppl.1): S69-S72

The existence of a fuelwood market is a basic precondition for attempts to develop sustainable land use systems that integrate trees on arable or pasture land.


DOI: 10.1016/s0925-8574(00)00054-9

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