Using the experience of the Parks in Peril program, this book presents a broad analysis of current trends in park management and their implications for biodiversity conservation. Case studies highlight the interaction of ecosystems, local peoples, and policy, and describe the context of field-based conservation from the perspective of those actually implementing programs.

Parks in Peril: People, Politics, and Protected Areas 1998, Island Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781559636087

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Parks in Peril: People, Politics, and Protected Areas 1998, Island Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781559636070

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