Sustainable natural resource use on the coast of Namibia
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Sustainable natural resource use on the coast of Namibia by Jon I. Barnes

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Published by Environmental Economics Unit, Directorate of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of Environment and Tourism in Windhoek, Namibia .
Written in English


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StatementJonathan I. Barnes and Moira Alberts.
SeriesDEA research discussion paper -- no. 78
ContributionsAlberts, Moira., Namibia. Environmental Economics Unit.
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p. :
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24004667M
LC Control Number2009333140

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