Greenhouse gas emissions from nontilled, permanent raised, and conventionally tilled beds in the central highlands of Mexico
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Dendooven L, Patiño-Zúñiga L, Verhulst N, Boden K, García-Gaytán A, Luna-Guido M, Govaerts B. 2013. Greenhouse gas emissions from nontilled, permanent raised, and conventionally tilled beds in the central highlands of Mexico. In: Kang,MS, Banga SS, eds. Combating climate change, an agricultural perspective. Leiden, Netherlands: CRC Press.
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