Conservation and Society
Conservation and Society is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of conservation. The journal draws on both natural and social sciences and covers basic and applied research in areas including but not restricted to political ecology, human-wildlife conflicts, decentralised conservation, conservation policy, ecosystem structure and functioning, systematics, community and species ecology, behavioural ecology, landscape ecology, restoration ecology and conservation biology.
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Locating human-wildlife interactions: Landscape constructions and responses to large carnivore conservation in India and NorwayS. Ghosal, K. Skogen, S. Krishnan / Conservation and Society, 2015DocumentConservation and Society, 2012DocumentJ. Igoe (ed), D. Brockington (ed) / Conservation and Society, 2008DocumentL. Xie, P. Hob / Conservation and Society, 2008Document
Staying afloat: state agencies, local communities, and international involvement in marine protected area management in Zanzibar, TanzaniaA. Levine / Conservation and Society, 2007