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Main Title Indigenous and traditional peoples and protected areas : principles, guidelines, and case studies /
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Beltr an, Javier.
Phillips, Adrian.
Publisher IUCN-The World Conservation Union,
Year Published 2000
OCLC Number 46879096
ISBN 2831705479; 9782831705477
Subjects Protected areas--Management--Case studies ; Indigenous peoples--Case studies ; National protected areas systems ; Natural areas--Management--Case studies ; Nature conservation--Citizen participation--Case studies ; Wildlife conservation--Citizen participation--Case studies ; Environmental protection--Citizen participation--Case studies ; Nationalpark--Ureinwohner--Fallstudiensammlung
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ESAM  S944.5.P78I53 2000 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 05/10/2002
Collation xi, 133 pages : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm.
"World Commission on Protected Areas." Includes bibliographical references. Published in association with Cardiff University, Dept. of City and Regional Planning.
Contents Notes
Foreword -- Executive summary -- Part A: Principles and guidelines for indigenous/traditional peoples and protected areas -- Introduction -- Principles and guidelines for indigenous/traditional peoples and protected areas -- Annex 1 -- Annex 2 -- Annex 3 -- Part B: Case studies -- Case studies: introduction -- Case study 1: Kaa-Iya del Gran Chaco National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area, Bolivia -- Case study 2: Cayos Miskitos and Franja Costera Marine Biological Reserve, Nicaragua -- Case study 3: Sarstoon-Temash National Park, Belize -- Case study 4: Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada -- Case study 5: The Lapponian Area, Sweden -- Case study 6: Simen Mountain Naitonal Park, Ethiopia -- Case study 7: Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal -- Case study 8: Doi Inthanon National Park, Thailand -- Case study 9: Xishuangbanna Nature Reserve, China -- Case study 10: Kytalyk Resource Reserve, Russian Federation -- Case study 11: Kakadu National Park, Australia