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Can a desert desertify?


Problems of Desert Development ( 4): 51-52
Can a desert desertify?
The word 'opustynivanie' or desertification was established in the late 1940s and has since been used extensively in the literature. The author of this article notes that the term has no generally accepted interpretation and is often used in unsuitable contexts.


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