Principles for the assessment of livestock impacts on biodiversity

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  title={Principles for the assessment of livestock impacts on biodiversity},
  author={John Finn and Mohamed Doo Said and F{\'e}lix Teillard D'eyry and Rob Alkemade and Assumpci{\'o} Ant{\'o}n and B. Dumont and Fernando R. Funes Monzote and Beverley Henry and Daniele Maia de Souza and Pablo Ribera Manzano and Llorenç Mil{\`a} i Canals and Catherine Phelps and Sandra Vijn and Shannon N. White and H. P. Zerfas},
  year={2015}
}
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