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   2007| April-June  | Volume 5 | Issue 2  
    Online since June 26, 2009

 
 
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REVIEWS
People, Parks and Poverty: Political Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation
William M Adams, Jon Hutton
April-June 2007, 5(2):147-183
  6 46,593 13,739
ARTICLES
The Evolution and Reform of Tanzanian Wildlife Management
Fred Nelson, Rugemeleza Nshala, WA Rodgers
April-June 2007, 5(2):232-261
  3 8,934 1,314
A Strategy for Conservation of the Tibetan Gazelle Procapra picticaudata in Ladakh
Yash Veer Bhatnagar, CM Seth, J Takpa, Saleem Ul-Haq, Tsewang Namgail, Sumanta Bagchi, Charudutt Mishra
April-June 2007, 5(2):262-276
  2 2,896 456
Where Community-Based Water Resource Management has Gone Too Far: Poverty and Disempowerment in Southern Madagascar
Richard R Marcus
April-June 2007, 5(2):202-231
  - 4,014 2,189
BOOK REVIEWS
Tropical Forests. Regional Paths of Destruction and Regeneration in the Late Twentieth Century
Edmond Dounias
April-June 2007, 5(2):277-279
  - 1,808 432
Does Environmental History Matter? Shikar, Subsistence, Sustenance and the Sciences
Radhika Govindrajan
April-June 2007, 5(2):280-283
  - 2,535 441
Reading Environmental History: A Way Out
Arupjyoti Saikia
April-June 2007, 5(2):284-287
  - 2,053 344
REVIEWS
Protection, Politics and Protest: Understanding Resistance to Conservation
George Holmes
April-June 2007, 5(2):184-201
  - 5,864 1,603
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