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Conclusion: Future Reflections. / Batterbury, Simon; Bouard, Séverine; Demmer, Christine et al.
Geographies of New Caledonia-Kanaky: Environments, politics and cultures. ed. / Matthias Kowasch; Simon Batterbury. Cham: Springer, 2024. p. 273–277.

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Batterbury, S, Bouard, S, Demmer, C, Fisher, D, Kowasch, M, Leblic, I, Pantz, P-C & Wayuone Wadrawane, E 2024, Conclusion: Future Reflections. in M Kowasch & S Batterbury (eds), Geographies of New Caledonia-Kanaky: Environments, politics and cultures. Springer, Cham, pp. 273–277. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-49140-5_21

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Batterbury, S., Bouard, S., Demmer, C., Fisher, D., Kowasch, M., Leblic, I., Pantz, P-C., & Wayuone Wadrawane, E. (2024). Conclusion: Future Reflections. In M. Kowasch, & S. Batterbury (Eds.), Geographies of New Caledonia-Kanaky: Environments, politics and cultures (pp. 273–277). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-49140-5_21

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Batterbury S, Bouard S, Demmer C, Fisher D, Kowasch M, Leblic I et al. Conclusion: Future Reflections. In Kowasch M, Batterbury S, editors, Geographies of New Caledonia-Kanaky: Environments, politics and cultures. Cham: Springer. 2024. p. 273–277 doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-49140-5_21

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Batterbury, Simon ; Bouard, Séverine ; Demmer, Christine et al. / Conclusion: Future Reflections. Geographies of New Caledonia-Kanaky: Environments, politics and cultures. editor / Matthias Kowasch ; Simon Batterbury. Cham : Springer, 2024. pp. 273–277

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