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Bioenergy and Biodiversity: Key Lessons from the Pan American Region (2015)

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      KLINE, Keith L; MARTINELLI, Fernanda Silva; MAYER, Audrey L; et al. Bioenergy and Biodiversity: Key Lessons from the Pan American Region. Environmental Management, New York, v. 56, n. 6, p. 1377-1396, 2015. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007/s00267-015-0559-0.
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      Kline, K. L., Martinelli, F. S., Mayer, A. L., Medeiros, R., Oliveira, C. O. F., Sparovek, G., & Walter, A. (2015). Bioenergy and Biodiversity: Key Lessons from the Pan American Region. Environmental Management, 56( 6), 1377-1396. doi:10.1007/s00267-015-0559-0
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      Kline KL, Martinelli FS, Mayer AL, Medeiros R, Oliveira COF, Sparovek G, Walter A. Bioenergy and Biodiversity: Key Lessons from the Pan American Region [Internet]. Environmental Management. 2015 ; 56( 6): 1377-1396.Available from:
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      Kline KL, Martinelli FS, Mayer AL, Medeiros R, Oliveira COF, Sparovek G, Walter A. Bioenergy and Biodiversity: Key Lessons from the Pan American Region [Internet]. Environmental Management. 2015 ; 56( 6): 1377-1396.Available from:

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