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Protected areas are a cornerstone of biodiversity conservation, and increasingly, conservation science is integrating ecological and social considerations in park management. Indeed, both social and ecological factors need to be

Protected areas are a cornerstone of biodiversity conservation, and increasingly, conservation science is integrating ecological and social considerations in park management. Indeed, both social and ecological factors need to be considered to understand processes that lead to changes in environmental conditions. Here, we use a social-ecological systems lens to examine changes in governance through time in an extensive regional protected area network, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

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    • 2015
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.5751/ES-07857-200402
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      1708-3087
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    Ban, N. C., Evans, L. S., Nenadovic, M., & Schoon, M. (2015). Interplay of multiple goods, ecosystem services, and property rights in large social-ecological marine protected areas. Ecology and Society, 20(4). doi:10.5751/es-07857-200402

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