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Comments on 'The increasing barrenness of the Sahelian zone in Chad'



Comments on 'The increasing barrenness of the Sahelian zone in Chad'



Bois et Forets des Tropiques (142): 79-80



Gives the author's opinion, based on many years' experience in this part of Africa, on various aspects of the problems discussed by D. Depierre and H.

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