Where Livelihood and Wildlife Collide: The Effectiveness of the Fortress Conservation Paradigm in Tarangire National Park
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Mon, 06 Jun 2011 14:24:44 GMT
Environmental Studies (ENTS)
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Bachelor of Arts
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fortress conservation; effectiveness; conservation paradigms; Tarangire National Park; Tanzania; administrative effectiveness; ecological effectiveness; social effectiveness
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