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Involving society in restoration and conservation

Swart, J. A. A., Zevenberg, J., Ho, P., Cortina, J., Reed, M., Derak, M., Vella, S., Zhao, H. & van der Windt, H. J., Apr-2018, In : Restoration Ecology. 26, S1, p. S3-S6 4 p.

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APA

Swart , J. A. A., Zevenberg, J., Ho, P., Cortina, J., Reed, M., Derak, M., ... van der Windt , H. J. (2018). Involving society in restoration and conservation. Restoration Ecology, 26(S1), S3-S6. https://doi.org/10.1111/rec.12709

Author

Swart , Jac. A. A. ; Zevenberg, Jorien ; Ho, Peter ; Cortina, Jordi ; Reed, Mark ; Derak, Mchich ; Vella, Steven ; Zhao, Heng ; van der Windt , Henny J. . / Involving society in restoration and conservation. In: Restoration Ecology. 2018 ; Vol. 26, No. S1. pp. S3-S6.

Harvard

Swart , JAA, Zevenberg, J, Ho, P, Cortina, J, Reed, M, Derak, M, Vella, S, Zhao, H & van der Windt , HJ 2018, 'Involving society in restoration and conservation', Restoration Ecology, vol. 26, no. S1, pp. S3-S6. https://doi.org/10.1111/rec.12709

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Involving society in restoration and conservation. / Swart , Jac. A. A.; Zevenberg, Jorien; Ho, Peter; Cortina, Jordi; Reed, Mark; Derak, Mchich; Vella, Steven; Zhao, Heng; van der Windt , Henny J. .

In: Restoration Ecology, Vol. 26, No. S1, 04.2018, p. S3-S6.

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Vancouver

Swart JAA, Zevenberg J, Ho P, Cortina J, Reed M, Derak M et al. Involving society in restoration and conservation. Restoration Ecology. 2018 Apr;26(S1):S3-S6. https://doi.org/10.1111/rec.12709


BibTeX

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