A comparative study of forest management in Eza District, Gurage Zone, southern Ethiopia
Publisher: Forum for Social Studies in Addis Ababa
Written in English
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A comparative study of forest management in Eza District, Gurage Zone, southern Ethiopia by Tenkir Bonger. Download PDF EPUB FB2
A comparative study of forest management in eza district, gurage zone, southern ethiopia Bonger, Tenkir (Forum for Social Studies, ) The management o f three small forests within a proximity o f about 10 kms in the district o f Eza, Gurage zone, Southern Ethiopia was studied.
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