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Bioprospecting in Practice: A Case Study of the Suriname ICBG Project and Benefits Sharing under the Convention on Biological Diversity

Report, Convention on Biological Diversity

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Bowles, Ian, Marianne Gu?rin-McManus, Lisa Famolare, Russell Mittermeier, and Amy Rosenfel. Bioprospecting in Practice: A Case Study of the Suriname ICBG Project and Benefits Sharing under the Convention on Biological Diversity. Montreal: Report for Convention on Biological Diversity, 11 2001.

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