Social-ecological assessment of Lake Manyara basin, Tanzania: A mixed method approach.

  title={Social-ecological assessment of Lake Manyara basin, Tanzania: A mixed method approach.},
  author={Luc Janssens de Bisthoven and Maarten P. M. Vanhove and Anne-Julie Rochette and Jean Hug{\'e} and S Verbesselt and Revocatus Lazaro Machunda and Linus Kasian Munishi and Marijke Wynants and An Steensels and M Malan-Meerkotter and Shiferaw Henok and Tamuka Nhiwatiwa and B Casier and Yustina Andrew Kiwango and Rehema Kaitila and Hans Charles Komakech and Luc Brendonck},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
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