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Haregeweyn, Nigussie, Abrham Girmay, Yayneshet Tesfay, Atsushi Tsunekawa, Mitsuru Tsubo, Jan Nyssen, and Jean Poesen. 2011. “Livestock Fodder Development as an Essential Component of Catchment Management: Case Study in Mai Zeg-Zeg.” In Excursion Guide : Post-conference Excursion : Geomorphological Hazards, Land Degradation and Resilience in the North Ethiopian Highlands, ed. Jan Nyssen, Asfawossen Asrat, Francesco Dramis, and Mohammed Umer, 104–108. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Ethiopian Association of Geomorphologists (EAG).
APA
Haregeweyn, Nigussie, Girmay, A., Tesfay, Y., Tsunekawa, A., Tsubo, M., Nyssen, J., & Poesen, J. (2011). Livestock fodder development as an essential component of catchment management: case study in Mai Zeg-Zeg. In Jan Nyssen, A. Asrat, F. Dramis, & M. Umer (Eds.), Excursion guide : post-conference excursion : geomorphological hazards, land degradation and resilience in the North Ethiopian highlands (pp. 104–108). Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Ethiopian Association of Geomorphologists (EAG).
Vancouver
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Haregeweyn N, Girmay A, Tesfay Y, Tsunekawa A, Tsubo M, Nyssen J, et al. Livestock fodder development as an essential component of catchment management: case study in Mai Zeg-Zeg. In: Nyssen J, Asrat A, Dramis F, Umer M, editors. Excursion guide : post-conference excursion : geomorphological hazards, land degradation and resilience in the North Ethiopian highlands. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Ethiopian Association of Geomorphologists (EAG); 2011. p. 104–8.
MLA
Haregeweyn, Nigussie, Abrham Girmay, Yayneshet Tesfay, et al. “Livestock Fodder Development as an Essential Component of Catchment Management: Case Study in Mai Zeg-Zeg.” Excursion Guide : Post-conference Excursion : Geomorphological Hazards, Land Degradation and Resilience in the North Ethiopian Highlands. Ed. Jan Nyssen et al. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Ethiopian Association of Geomorphologists (EAG), 2011. 104–108. Print.
@incollection{1149313,
  author       = {Haregeweyn, Nigussie and Girmay, Abrham and Tesfay, Yayneshet and Tsunekawa, Atsushi and Tsubo, Mitsuru and Nyssen, Jan and Poesen, Jean},
  booktitle    = {Excursion guide : post-conference excursion : geomorphological hazards, land degradation and resilience in the North Ethiopian highlands},
  editor       = {Nyssen, Jan and Asrat, Asfawossen and Dramis, Francesco and Umer, Mohammed},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {104--108},
  publisher    = {Ethiopian Association of Geomorphologists (EAG)},
  title        = {Livestock fodder development as an essential component of catchment management: case study in Mai Zeg-Zeg},
  year         = {2011},
}