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MLA
Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Ann Verdoodt, Jesse T Njoka, et al. “Direct Benefits Derived from a Rehabilitated Semi-arid Rangeland in Kenya.” 8th International Soil Science Congress Proceedings, Vol 1 : Deforestation, Overgrazing and Desertification ; Land Degradation, Remediation and Reclamation ; Wetland Soils and Climate Change. Ed. S Kapur, MT Esetlili, & F Özen. 2012. 143–148. Print.
APA
Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Verdoodt, A., Njoka, J. T., Gachene, C. K., Meyerhoff, E., & Van Ranst, E. (2012). Direct benefits derived from a rehabilitated semi-arid rangeland in Kenya. In S. Kapur, M. Esetlili, & F. Özen (Eds.), 8th International soil science congress proceedings, vol 1 : deforestation, overgrazing and desertification ; land degradation, remediation and reclamation ; wetland soils and climate change (pp. 143–148). Presented at the 8th International soil science congress on Land degradation and Challenges in Sustainable Soil Management.
Chicago author-date
Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Ann Verdoodt, Jesse T Njoka, Charles KK Gachene, Elizabeth Meyerhoff, and Eric Van Ranst. 2012. “Direct Benefits Derived from a Rehabilitated Semi-arid Rangeland in Kenya.” In 8th International Soil Science Congress Proceedings, Vol 1 : Deforestation, Overgrazing and Desertification ; Land Degradation, Remediation and Reclamation ; Wetland Soils and Climate Change, ed. S Kapur, MT Esetlili, and F Özen, 143–148.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Ann Verdoodt, Jesse T Njoka, Charles KK Gachene, Elizabeth Meyerhoff, and Eric Van Ranst. 2012. “Direct Benefits Derived from a Rehabilitated Semi-arid Rangeland in Kenya.” In 8th International Soil Science Congress Proceedings, Vol 1 : Deforestation, Overgrazing and Desertification ; Land Degradation, Remediation and Reclamation ; Wetland Soils and Climate Change, ed. S Kapur, MT Esetlili, and F Özen, 143–148.
Vancouver
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Mureithi SM, Verdoodt A, Njoka JT, Gachene CK, Meyerhoff E, Van Ranst E. Direct benefits derived from a rehabilitated semi-arid rangeland in Kenya. In: Kapur S, Esetlili M, Özen F, editors. 8th International soil science congress proceedings, vol 1 : deforestation, overgrazing and desertification ; land degradation, remediation and reclamation ; wetland soils and climate change. 2012. p. 143–8.
IEEE
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S. M. Mureithi, A. Verdoodt, J. T. Njoka, C. K. Gachene, E. Meyerhoff, and E. Van Ranst, “Direct benefits derived from a rehabilitated semi-arid rangeland in Kenya,” in 8th International soil science congress proceedings, vol 1 : deforestation, overgrazing and desertification ; land degradation, remediation and reclamation ; wetland soils and climate change, Çeşme, İzmir, Turkey, 2012, pp. 143–148.
@inproceedings{2111785,
  author       = {Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi and Verdoodt, Ann and Njoka, Jesse T and Gachene, Charles KK and Meyerhoff, Elizabeth and Van Ranst, Eric},
  booktitle    = {8th International soil science congress proceedings, vol 1 : deforestation, overgrazing and desertification ; land degradation, remediation and reclamation ; wetland soils and climate change},
  editor       = {Kapur, S and Esetlili, MT and Özen, F},
  isbn         = {9789759662974},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Çeşme, İzmir, Turkey},
  pages        = {143--148},
  title        = {Direct benefits derived from a rehabilitated semi-arid rangeland in Kenya},
  year         = {2012},
}