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Een neus voor de natuur: over de mogelijkheden van speurhonden in het natuurbehoud

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Een neus voor de natuur : over de mogelijkheden van speurhonden in het natuurbehoud. / Thomaes, Arno; Terpelle, Ianthe; Van Cautereb, Dorien; Van Krunkelsven, Ellen; Vanhove, Wim; Vervaecke, Hilde; Van Den Berge, Koen.

In: Natuur.Focus, Vol. 15, Nr. 4, 2016, blz. 166-170.

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Harvard

Thomaes, A, Terpelle, I, Van Cautereb, D, Van Krunkelsven, E, Vanhove, W, Vervaecke, H & Van Den Berge, K 2016, 'Een neus voor de natuur: over de mogelijkheden van speurhonden in het natuurbehoud', Natuur.Focus, vol. 15, nr. 4, blz. 166-170.

APA

Thomaes, A., Terpelle, I., Van Cautereb, D., Van Krunkelsven, E., Vanhove, W., Vervaecke, H., & Van Den Berge, K. (2016). Een neus voor de natuur: over de mogelijkheden van speurhonden in het natuurbehoud. Natuur.Focus, 15(4), 166-170.

Author

Thomaes, Arno ; Terpelle, Ianthe ; Van Cautereb, Dorien ; Van Krunkelsven, Ellen ; Vanhove, Wim ; Vervaecke, Hilde ; Van Den Berge, Koen. / Een neus voor de natuur : over de mogelijkheden van speurhonden in het natuurbehoud. In: Natuur.Focus. 2016 ; Vol. 15, Nr. 4. blz. 166-170.

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