An assessment of the economics of land degradation related to bush encroachment in Namibia

@inproceedings{Gschwender2016AnAO,
  title={An assessment of the economics of land degradation related to bush encroachment in Namibia},
  author={Frank Gschwender and Johannes Laufs and A. David and John Mendelsohn and Dagmar Honsbein and Hannes C. Etter and Roelie Venter and Bertus S Kruger and Colin D Christian and John Pallett and Peter James Tarr and Alec S. Bishi and Angela Lilungwe and Roland Olbrich and Willem Daniel Francois Venter and Simeon Ngaitungue Hengari},
  year={2016}
}

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