Thematic studies - agroecology

Socio-ecological indicators of agroecology-systems in the BIOEAST countries

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Contribution detail info

Published on
02/02/2024
Location
  • Hungary
  • Poland
  • Czechia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Estonia
  • Croatia
  • Romania
  • Bulgaria
Creators
  • Barna Kovács, PhD.
Purpose
  • Evaluation
  • Decision-making support
File type
Document
File size
3.77 MB
Related links
BIOEASTsUP
Origin language
English

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