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Priorisation des aires protégées de Madagascar: Une feuille de route pour la conservation

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Priorisation des aires protégées de Madagascar : Une feuille de route pour la conservation. / Brown, Kerry A.; Gordon, Adam; Carvalho, Fabio; Yesuf, Gabriel.

Les aires protégées terrestres de Madagascar: leur histoire, description et biote. ed. / Steve M. Goodman; Marie Jeanne Raherilalao; Sebastien Wohlhauser. Antananarivo, Madagascar : Association Vahatra, 2019. p. 1693-1706.

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Brown, KA, Gordon, A, Carvalho, F & Yesuf, G 2019, Priorisation des aires protégées de Madagascar: Une feuille de route pour la conservation. in SM Goodman, MJ Raherilalao & S Wohlhauser (eds), Les aires protégées terrestres de Madagascar: leur histoire, description et biote. Association Vahatra, Antananarivo, Madagascar, pp. 1693-1706. <http://www.vahatra.mg/news07.html>

APA

Brown, K. A., Gordon, A., Carvalho, F., & Yesuf, G. (2019). Priorisation des aires protégées de Madagascar: Une feuille de route pour la conservation. In S. M. Goodman, M. J. Raherilalao, & S. Wohlhauser (Eds.), Les aires protégées terrestres de Madagascar: leur histoire, description et biote (pp. 1693-1706). Association Vahatra. http://www.vahatra.mg/news07.html

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Brown KA, Gordon A, Carvalho F, Yesuf G. Priorisation des aires protégées de Madagascar: Une feuille de route pour la conservation. In Goodman SM, Raherilalao MJ, Wohlhauser S, editors, Les aires protégées terrestres de Madagascar: leur histoire, description et biote. Antananarivo, Madagascar: Association Vahatra. 2019. p. 1693-1706

Author

Brown, Kerry A. ; Gordon, Adam ; Carvalho, Fabio ; Yesuf, Gabriel. / Priorisation des aires protégées de Madagascar : Une feuille de route pour la conservation. Les aires protégées terrestres de Madagascar: leur histoire, description et biote. editor / Steve M. Goodman ; Marie Jeanne Raherilalao ; Sebastien Wohlhauser. Antananarivo, Madagascar : Association Vahatra, 2019. pp. 1693-1706

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