Holes: a novel method for promoting vegetation restoration (Macao)Author(s): Shao-Lin Peng; Yi-Na Yu; Yu-Ping Hou; Long-Sheng Yu; Bao-Ming Chen
Source: Ecological Restoration, Vol. 27(1): 12-27
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationPeng, Shao-Lin; Yu, Yi-Na; Hou, Yu-Ping; Yu, Long-Sheng; Chen, Bao-Ming. 2009. Holes: a novel method for promoting vegetation restoration (Macao). Ecological Restoration, Vol. 27(1): 12-27
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