The Politics of Land Use in the Korup National Park
AbstractRecently, the call to combine land change science (LCS) and political ecology (PE) in the study of human-environment interactions has been widely discussed by scientists from both subfields of geography. In this paper, we use a hybrid ecology framework to examine the effects of conservation policies on the environment and the livelihood of the people of the Korup National Park (KNP). Using techniques in both PE and LCS, our results show that conservation policies, politics, and population are the primary drivers of environmental change in the KNP. We conclude by arguing that a deeper understanding can be garnered by combining LCS and PE approaches to analyze and contribute to the people and parks debate. View Full-Text
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Siewe, S.; Vadjunec, J.M.; Caniglia, B. The Politics of Land Use in the Korup National Park. Land 2017, 6, 7.
Siewe S, Vadjunec JM, Caniglia B. The Politics of Land Use in the Korup National Park. Land. 2017; 6(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Siewe, Siewe; Vadjunec, Jacqueline M.; Caniglia, Beth. 2017. "The Politics of Land Use in the Korup National Park." Land 6, no. 1: 7.
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