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The Invasive Shrub Piper aduncum and Rural Livelihoods in the Finschhafen Area of Papua New Guinea

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Siges, T.H., Hartemink, A.E., Hebinck, P. et al. The Invasive Shrub Piper aduncum and Rural Livelihoods in the Finschhafen Area of Papua New Guinea. Hum Ecol 33, 875–893 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-005-8214-7

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Keywords

  • Environmental Management
  • Rural Livelihood
  • Invasive Shrub
  • Piper Aduncum