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Elephants and Whales Resources for Whom?

Edited By: MMR Freeman and UP Kreuter
321 pages, B/w photos, tabs, graphs, maps
Publisher: Gordon & Breach
Elephants and Whales
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Discusses the highly emotive issue of saving the largest of the land and sea mammals. This book makes explicit the nature of different stakeholders' conservation perceptions and strategies in respect to these culturally important biological resources.

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Edited By: MMR Freeman and UP Kreuter
321 pages, B/w photos, tabs, graphs, maps
Publisher: Gordon & Breach
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