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Analyzing the Contribution of Cameroon’s Council Forests to Climate Change Mitigation and Socioeconomic Development

By Dieudonne Alemagi, Lalisa Duguma, Peter Minang, Anderson Kehbila, Martin Yemefack and Zac Tchoundjeu

Submitted: January 7th 2016Reviewed: April 21st 2016Published: November 9th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/63833

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