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Patrones de asentamiento regional y sistemas de agricultura intensiva en Cota y Suba, Sabana de Bogotá (Colombia)

  title={Patrones de asentamiento regional y sistemas de agricultura intensiva en Cota y Suba, Sabana de Bogot{\'a} (Colombia)},
  author={Boada Rivas and Ana Mar{\'i}a.},
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