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Transiciones sistemáticas en el uso y la cobertura del suelo en una microcuenca alto andina, Ecuador 1991-2011

  title={Transiciones sistem{\'a}ticas en el uso y la cobertura del suelo en una microcuenca alto andina, Ecuador 1991-2011},
  author={Diego A. Damian and Carmen O. M{\'a}rquez and V{\'i}ctor Julio Atencio Garc{\'i}a and Marcos Vaqueiro Rodr{\'i}guez and Celso G. Recalde},


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Resumen es: En la cuenca del Aconcagua los procesos de modernizacion e intensificacion del uso de suelo se han traducido tanto en una reconversion agricola como en e...
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