Reimagining invasions: The social and cultural impacts of Prosopis on pastoralists in southern Afar, Ethiopia
Pastoralism, September 2017
Paul Rogers, Fiona Nunan, Abiy Addisu Fentie
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|Agricultural and Biological Sciences||5||9%|
|Economics, Econometrics and Finance||3||5%|
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