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Actions for the Restoration of the Biodiversity of Forest Ecosystems in Cuba

By Eduardo González Izquierdo, Juan A. Blanco, Gretel Geada López, Rogelio Sotolongo Sospedra, Martín González González, Barbarita Mitjans Moreno, Alfredo Jimenez González and José Sánchez Fonseca

Submitted: April 29th 2014Reviewed: September 24th 2014Published: April 17th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59333

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Eduardo González Izquierdo, Juan A. Blanco, Gretel Geada López, Rogelio Sotolongo Sospedra, Martín González González, Barbarita Mitjans Moreno, Alfredo Jimenez González and José Sánchez Fonseca (April 17th 2015). Actions for the Restoration of the Biodiversity of Forest Ecosystems in Cuba, Biodiversity in Ecosystems Juan A. Blanco, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/59333. Available from:

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