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Management and evaluation of natural resources in an irrigated agrosystem: the papyrus (Cyperus papyrus) of the Ciane River


, : Management and evaluation of natural resources in an irrigated agrosystem: the papyrus (Cyperus papyrus) of the Ciane River. Genio Rurale 58(12): 35-42

The waters of the Ciane River maintain a large irrigated agrosystem, important industrial activity and the unique Cyperus papyrus habitat.


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