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Volume 29, Number 1, 1 March 2013

Editorial
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: Tortajada, Cecilia

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Livelihood status of resettlers affected by the Saguling Dam project, 25 years after inundation
pp. 25-34(10)
Authors: Sunardi; Gunawan, Budhi; Manatunge, Jagath; Pratiwi, Fifi Dwi

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Resettlement and development: a survey of two of Indonesia's Koto Panjang resettlement villages
pp. 35-49(15)
Authors: Karimi, Syafruddin; Taifur, Werry Darta

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A long-term evaluation of families affected by the Bili-Bili Dam development resettlement project in South Sulawesi, Indonesia
pp. 50-58(9)
Authors: Yoshida, Hidemi; Agnes, Rampisela Dorotea; Solle, Mochtar; Jayadi, Muh.

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The livelihood reconstruction of resettlers from the Nam Ngum 1 hydropower project in Laos
pp. 59-70(12)
Authors: Souksavath, Bounsouk; Maekawa, Miko

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Reconstruction of the livelihood of resettlers from the Nam Theun 2 hydropower project in Laos
pp. 71-86(16)
Authors: Souksavath, Bounsouk; Nakayama, Mikiyasu

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Long-term perceptions of project-affected persons: a case study of the Kotmale Dam in Sri Lanka
pp. 87-100(14)
Authors: Manatunge, Jagath; Takesada, Naruhiko

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Atatürk Dam resettlement process: increased disparity resulting from insufficient financial compensation
pp. 101-108(8)
Authors: Akça, Erhan; Fujikura, Ryo; Sabbağ, Çiğdem

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