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The dual nature of parks: attitudes of neighbouring communities towards Kruger National Park, South Africa
The attitudes of neighbouring communities towards protected areas are increasingly being considered in the establishment and management of national parks. In South Africa, more inclusive policiesExpand
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Sitting on the fence? policies and practices in managing human-wildlife conflict in Limpopo province, South Africa
Human-wildlife conflicts are the product of socio-economic and political landscapes and are contentious because the resources concerned have economic value and species are often high profile andExpand
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The effects of recreational cannabis legalization on forest management and conservation efforts in U.S. national forests in the Pacific Northwest
Cannabis cultivation in US national forests has been identified as a growing environmental issue. Rational choice theory often considers law enforcement efforts as pushing this illegal activity intoExpand
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Poised for engagement? Local communities and Măcin Mountains National Park, Romania
Beliefs and attitudes of local people toward protected areas are increasingly being considered in conservation planning. Although park-people studies abound, relatively little is known about theseExpand
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A landscape-level study on the breeding site characteristics of ten amphibian species in Central Europe
Temporary ponds are characterized as being in natural or close to natural states in Central and Eastern Europe, especially those located in forested landscapes. As these ponds function as breedingExpand
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Use of modified threat reduction assessments to estimate success of conservation measures within and adjacent to Kruger National Park, South Africa.
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  • Geography, Medicine
  • Conservation biology : the journal of the Society…
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The importance of biodiversity as natural capital for economic development and sustaining human welfare is well documented. Nevertheless, resource degradation rates and persistent deterioration ofExpand
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Development and preliminary validation of the MMPI-2 scale for same-sex priest child molesters
Abstract Priests with the disorder of same-sex ephebophilia were investigated, with the purpose of constructing and validating an MMPI-2 scale. The authors performed an item-level analysis, comparingExpand
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Results of the first batrachian survey in Europe using road call counts
Within the last 20 years, there have been extensive efforts to monitor populations of calling amphibians, especially in North America. One such initiative involves use of volunteers in conductingExpand
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Co-defining program success: Identifying objectives and indicators for a livestock damage compensation scheme at Kruger National Park, South Africa
Abstract Wildlife damage compensation schemes have been used worldwide as a mechanism to mitigate human–wildlife conflicts. These have had mixed success due to a number of factors, including a lackExpand
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