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2011| January-March  | Volume 9 | Issue 1  

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Introduction: Human migration to protected area edges in Africa and Latin America: Questioning large-scale statistical analysis p. 1
David M Hoffman, Derick Fay, Lucas Joppa
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Post-apartheid transformations and population change around Dwesa-Cwebe nature reserve, South Africa p. 8
Derick A Fay
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Do global statistics represent local reality and should they guide conservation policy?: Examples from Costa Rica p. 16
David M Hoffman
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'Ha! What is the benefit of living next to the park?' Factors limiting in-migration next to Tarangire National Park, Tanzania p. 25
Alicia Davis
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Where are the edges of a protected area? Political dispossession in Machu Picchu, Peru p. 35
Pellegrino A Luciano
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The role of participant learning in community conservation in the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, Kenya p. 42
A John Sinclair, Susan A Collins, Harry Spaling
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Conservation, relocation and the social consequences of conservation policies in protected areas: Case study of the Sariska Tiger Reserve, India p. 54
Maria Costanza Torri
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Strangers in their own land: Maasai and wildlife conservation in Northern Tanzania p. 65
Mara J Goldman
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The value of avitourism for conservation and job creation-An analysis from South Africa p. 80
Duan Biggs, Jane Turpie, Christo Fabricius, Anna Spenceley
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