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A Water Perspective on Land Competition

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A Water Perspective on Land Competition. / Bruns, Antje (Lead Author); Krueger, Tobias; Lankford, Bruce; Frick, Fanny; Grasham, Catherine; Spitzbart-Glasl, Christina.

Land Use Competition. ed. / Jörg Niewöhner; Antje Bruns; Patrick Hostert; Tobias Krueger; Jonas Ø. Nielsen; Helmut Haberl; Christian Lauk; Juliana Lutz; Daniel Müller. Springer, 2016. p. 313-332 (Human-Environment Interactions; Vol. 6).

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Bruns, A, Krueger, T, Lankford, B, Frick, F, Grasham, C & Spitzbart-Glasl, C 2016, A Water Perspective on Land Competition. in J Niewöhner, A Bruns, P Hostert, T Krueger, JØ Nielsen, H Haberl, C Lauk, J Lutz & D Müller (eds), Land Use Competition. Human-Environment Interactions, vol. 6, Springer, pp. 313-332. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-33628-2_19

APA

Bruns, A., Krueger, T., Lankford, B., Frick, F., Grasham, C., & Spitzbart-Glasl, C. (2016). A Water Perspective on Land Competition. In J. Niewöhner, A. Bruns, P. Hostert, T. Krueger, J. Ø. Nielsen, H. Haberl, C. Lauk, J. Lutz, ... D. Müller (Eds.), Land Use Competition (pp. 313-332). (Human-Environment Interactions; Vol. 6). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-33628-2_19

Vancouver

Bruns A, Krueger T, Lankford B, Frick F, Grasham C, Spitzbart-Glasl C. A Water Perspective on Land Competition. In Niewöhner J, Bruns A, Hostert P, Krueger T, Nielsen JØ, Haberl H, Lauk C, Lutz J, Müller D, editors, Land Use Competition. Springer. 2016. p. 313-332. (Human-Environment Interactions). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-33628-2_19

Author

Bruns, Antje ; Krueger, Tobias ; Lankford, Bruce ; Frick, Fanny ; Grasham, Catherine ; Spitzbart-Glasl, Christina. / A Water Perspective on Land Competition. Land Use Competition. editor / Jörg Niewöhner ; Antje Bruns ; Patrick Hostert ; Tobias Krueger ; Jonas Ø. Nielsen ; Helmut Haberl ; Christian Lauk ; Juliana Lutz ; Daniel Müller. Springer, 2016. pp. 313-332 (Human-Environment Interactions).

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