Acacia research in Tunisia for improving forestry and pastoral production and for controlling desertification

Hamza, H. (Institut National de Recherches Forestieres, Tunis (Tunisia))
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[Proceedings of the seminar organized within the framework of the pilot project for desertification control in southern Tunisia, Djerba (Tunisia), 24-29 November 1986. Final report], Ministere de l'Agriculture, Medenine (Tunisia). Inst. des Regions Arides; UNESCO, Paris (France). Programme sur l'Homme et la Biosphere.- [np], 1986. p. 157-161
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