Agrarian structures and distributive outcomes a study of community forestry in Nepal by B. R. Paudyal

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StatementBimala Rai Paudyal
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 2012/40072 (S)
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Paginationxxii, 314 p. :
Number of Pages314
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Open LibraryOL25184102M
ISBN 109789042303515
LC Control Number2008459953

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