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Conservation, culture, kids and cash crops in the Solomon Islands

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Conservation, culture, kids and cash crops in the Solomon Islands. / Kenter, Jasper O.; Fazey, Ioan.

Conflicts in Conservation. ed. / Stephen M. Redpath; R. J. Gutiérrez; Kevin A. Wood; Juliette C. Young. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015. p. 76-78 (Ecological Reviews).

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Kenter, JO & Fazey, I 2015, Conservation, culture, kids and cash crops in the Solomon Islands. in SM Redpath, RJ Gutiérrez, KA Wood & JC Young (eds), Conflicts in Conservation. Ecological Reviews, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 76-78.

APA

Kenter, J. O., & Fazey, I. (2015). Conservation, culture, kids and cash crops in the Solomon Islands. In S. M. Redpath, R. J. Gutiérrez, K. A. Wood, & J. C. Young (Eds.), Conflicts in Conservation (pp. 76-78). (Ecological Reviews). Cambridge University Press.

Vancouver

Kenter JO, Fazey I. Conservation, culture, kids and cash crops in the Solomon Islands. In Redpath SM, Gutiérrez RJ, Wood KA, Young JC, editors, Conflicts in Conservation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015. p. 76-78. (Ecological Reviews).

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Kenter, Jasper O. ; Fazey, Ioan. / Conservation, culture, kids and cash crops in the Solomon Islands. Conflicts in Conservation. editor / Stephen M. Redpath ; R. J. Gutiérrez ; Kevin A. Wood ; Juliette C. Young. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015. pp. 76-78 (Ecological Reviews).

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abstract = "The Solomon Islands (SI) are globally significant biologically and culturally (Lamoreux et al., 2006), yet remain poorly studied. This case study explains the conflicts and complex dynamics between nature conservation, local culture, population growth and economic development in Kahua, a remote region of the SI with around 5000 inhabitants.",
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