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Author: schnetzer
Posted: 28 nov 12 - 17:13
Subject: Julian
Dear all,

My name is Julian Schnetzer. I work in FAO's Natural Resources Management and Environment Department. I am interested in GAEZ as a data resource for perspectives studies on natural resources in agriculture.

Cheers,
Juilan
Author: margherita.sini
Posted: 28 nov 12 - 17:18
Subject: re: Julian
Hi Julian! Welcome to this forum and feel free to ask for help or provide suggestions.

Cheers
Margherita
Author: martucci
Posted: 29 nov 12 - 09:15
Subject: re: Julian
Welcome Julian!
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