Articles | Volume 35
10 Jan 2014
 | 10 Jan 2014

Weather and climate socio-economic impacts in Central America for the management and protection of world heritage sites and the Diquis Delta culture in Costa Rica (a case study)

J. A. Amador and E. J. Alfaro

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