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Type: Thesis
Title: Semi-commercial complex agroforestry : a case study from West Kalimantan, Indonesia / by Hilary Frances Smith.
Author: Smith, Hilary Frances
Issue Date: 1997
School/Discipline: Dept. of Geography
Abstract: Uses a case study from West Kalimantan, Indonesia to examine the role that a semi-commercial complex agroforestry system can play in biodiversity conservation. Questions current theory that commercial and semi-commercial systems are necessarily deleterious to the process of conservation in the developing tropics.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Geography, 1997?
Description: Copies of the author's previously published articles and abstracts are inserted.
Bibliography: leaves 261-276.
x, 276, [61] leaves : ill., maps.
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