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Rijksen, H. D., Meijard, E.
Herman D. Rijksen is head of the section International Nature Conservation of the Department of International Affairs at the Institute for Forestry and Nature Research, IBN-DLO in The Netherlands, and visiting lecturer for international nature conservation at the University of Amsterdam.Rijksen, H. D. is the author of 'Our Vanishing Relative The Status of Wild Orang-Utans at the Close of the Twentieth Century' with ISBN 9780792357544 and ISBN 079235754X.
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