"Understanding of Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Institutions on Sustainable Land Management in Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania"
written by Richard Y. M. Kangalawe, Christine Noe, Felician S. K. Tungaraza, Godwin Naimani, Martin Mlele,
published by Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol.4 No.13, 2014
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