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By William P. Stewart, Daniel R. Williams, Linda E. Kruger

The notion of “Place” has develop into favorite in average source administration, as execs more and more realize the significance of scale, place-specific meanings, neighborhood wisdom, and social-ecological dynamics. Place-Based Conservation: views from the Social Sciences deals a radical exam of the subject, dividing its exploration into 4 extensive parts.
Place-Based Conservation offers a finished source for researchers and practitioners to assist construct the conceptual grounding essential to comprehend and to successfully perform place-based conservation.

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