|aThe role of the state and individual in sustainable land management /|cedited by Robert Dixon-Gough and Peter C. Bloch.
|aAldershot, Hants, England :|bAshgate Pub.,|cc2006.
|avi, 187 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aInternational land management series
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