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2012 Suitability of local resource management practices based on supernatural enforcement
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2007 Expert and generalist local knowledge about land-
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2005 Understanding the Stability of Forest Reserve Boundaries in the West Mengo Region of Uganda
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2004 Emergence unites ecology and society
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Also known as the Ralf Yorque Memorial Award.
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policy research. A prize of 500 Euro and a place on the main index page of the journal
will be awarded to the author(s) of the most novel paper that integrates different
streams of science to assess fundamental questions in the ecological, political,
and social foundations for sustainable social-
All papers published during a year in Ecology and Society will be considered for
the award. The (associate) editors-
The thrill of the chase: uncovering illegal sport hunting in Brazil through YouTube™ posts
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