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Good governance for terrestrial protected areas: A framework, principles and performance outcomes.
  • M. Lockwood
  • Business, Medicine
  • Journal of environmental management
  • 2010
Governing norms by which to steer traditional government functions are well established and understood; however, this is not the case for the new multi-level and collaborative approaches thatExpand
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Science Without Numbers: A Defence of Nominalism.
The description for this book, Science Without Numbers: The Defence of Nominalism, will be forthcoming.
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Multi-level Environmental Governance: lessons from Australian natural resource management
Abstract The region has become a significant scale of governance for the implementation of public policy, including natural resource management (NRM). A community-based regional NRM governance modelExpand
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Stated preference surveys of remnant native vegetation conservation
Improving the conservation status of remnant native vegetation on private property (RNV) has a number of economic benefits. RNV can contribute to on-farm productivity through provision of unimprovedExpand
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Some Empirical Evidence on Embedding Effects in Contingent Valuation of Forest Protection
Abstract We test for an embedding effect on a geographically distributed public good and the extent to which improvements in the CVM design reduce the occurrence and magnitude of embedding effects inExpand
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Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice
Contents: List of Figures List of Tables Abbreviations for Australian jurisdictions and major protected area management agencies Related web sitesAcknowledgments: Edition OneAcknowledgements: EditionExpand
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'Many Minds' Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics
Seventy years after the discovery of modern quantum mechanics, there is still no consensus as to how the theory should be understood. The philosophies of Niels Bohr and of the logical positivists,Expand
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Non�?Compensatory Preference Structures in Non�?Market Valuation of Natural Area Policy
Non-compensatory preferences may form a significant component of individuals' values for non-market goods such as natural areas, especially in the context of a reduction in environmental quality. TheExpand
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Preference Structures, Property Rights, and Paired Comparisons
The method of paired comparisons was used to determine the structure of survey participants' value expressions for Australian native forests. The same participants were also surveyed using theExpand
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Letting the managers manage: analyzing capacity to conserve biodiversity in a cross-border protected area network
Biodiversity loss is one of the most significant drivers of ecosystem change and is projected to continue at a rapid rate. While protected areas, such as national parks, are seen as important refugesExpand
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