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Impact of Charcoal Production on Biodiversity in Togo (West Africa)

By Jérémie Kokou Fontodji, Honam Atsri, Kossi Adjonou, Aboudou Raoufou Radji, Adzo Dzifa Kokutse, Yaovi Nuto and Kouami Kokou

Submitted: November 23rd 2010Reviewed: May 2nd 2011Published: September 22nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/22969

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Jérémie Kokou Fontodji, Honam Atsri, Kossi Adjonou, Aboudou Raoufou Radji, Adzo Dzifa Kokutse, Yaovi Nuto and Kouami Kokou (September 22nd 2011). Impact of Charcoal Production on Biodiversity in Togo (West Africa), The Importance of Biological Interactions in the Study of Biodiversity, Jordi Lopez Pujol, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/22969. Available from:

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