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   2011| July-September  | Volume 9 | Issue 3  
    Online since November 1, 2011

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Illegal logging in the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park, the Philippines
Jan van der Ploeg, Merlijn van Weerd, Andres B Masipiqueña, Gerard A Persoon
July-September 2011, 9(3):202-215
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Emerging marine protected area networks in the coral triangle: Lessons and way forward
Stuart J Green, Alan T White, Patrick Christie, Stacey Kilarski, Anna Blesilda T Meneses, Giselle Samonte-Tan, Leah Bunce Karrer, Helen Fox, Stuart Campbell, John D Claussen
July-September 2011, 9(3):173-188
  9,015 1,666 19
Hungry for success: Urban consumer demand for wild animal products in Vietnam
Rebecca Drury
July-September 2011, 9(3):247-257
  8,285 1,105 10
What is a conservation actor?
Paul Jepson, Maan Barua, Kathleen Buckingham
July-September 2011, 9(3):229-235
  6,910 1,369 10
Does population increase equate to conservation success? Forest fragmentation and conservation of the black howler monkey
Miriam S Wyman, Taylor V Stein, Jane Southworth, Robert H Horwich
July-September 2011, 9(3):216-228
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The king of the forest: Local knowledge about European brown bears (Ursus arctos) and implications for their conservation in contemporary Western Macedonia
Nicolas Lescureux, John D.C. Linnell, Sabit Mustafa, Dime Melovski, Aleksandar Stojanov, Gjorge Ivanov, Vasko Avukatov
July-September 2011, 9(3):189-201
  5,895 752 4
Foraging behaviour of Brazilian riverine and coastal fishers: How much is explained by the optimal foraging theory?
Priscila F.M. Lopes, Mariana Clauzet, Natalia Hanazaki, Milena Ramires, Renato A.M. Silvano, Alpina Begossi
July-September 2011, 9(3):236-246
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David McDermott Hughes' Response to Bram Büscher's Review of Whiteness in Zimbabwe: Race, landscape, and the problem of belonging
David McDermott Hughes
July-September 2011, 9(3):259-260
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Bram Büscher's Review of Whiteness in Zimbabwe: Race, landscape, and the problem of belonging
Bram Büscher
July-September 2011, 9(3):258-259
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