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Can Depopulation Stop Deforestation? The Impact of Demographic Movement on Forest Cover Changes in the Settlements of the South Banat District (Serbia)
Frontiers in Environmental Science, April 2022
Dragica Gatarić, Bojan Đerčan, Milka Bubalo Živković, Miloš Ostojić, Sanja Manojlović, Mikica Sibinović, Tamara Lukić, Marija Jeftić, Miloš Lutovac, Milena Lutovac
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