More robust local governance suggests positive effects of long‐term community conservation

  title={More robust local governance suggests positive effects of long‐term community conservation},
  author={J. Salerno and Krister P. Andersson and Karen M. Bailey and T. Hilton and Kephania K. Mwaviko and Isaya Donald Simon and Claire E. Bracebridge and L. J. Mangewa and Aaron Nicholas and Harold Rutabanzibwa and J. Hartter},
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