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Case studies for sustainable wetland agriculture and related water management in China, Thailand, and Viet Nam










Li He, Jin Leshan, Andrew Wyatt, Yongyut Trisurat. 2023. Case studies for sustainable wetland agriculture and related water management in China, Thailand, and Viet Nam. Bangkok, FAO. 




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