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Biodiversity Hotspots through Time: Using the Past to Manage the Future || Prehistoric Human Impact on Rainforest Biodiversity in Highland New Guinea



Biodiversity Hotspots through Time: Using the Past to Manage the Future || Prehistoric Human Impact on Rainforest Biodiversity in Highland New Guinea



Philosophical Transactions Biological Sciences 362(1478): 219-228




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