Biodiversity Conservation and Smallholder Cocoa Production Systems in West Africa with Particular Reference to the Western Region of Ghana and the Bas Sassandra Region of Côte D'ivoire

@inproceedings{Sonwa2007BiodiversityCA,
  title={Biodiversity Conservation and Smallholder Cocoa Production Systems in West Africa with Particular Reference to the Western Region of Ghana and the Bas Sassandra Region of C{\^o}te D'ivoire},
  author={Denis Jean Sonwa and Jim Gockowski},
  year={2007}
}

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