PARKS Journal 18.1

Welcome to the first issue of the re-launched PARKS: The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation. A high and low resolution PDF version of the whole journal can be downloaded and can individual papers.

PARKS Magazine


EDITORIAL: What does Target 11 really mean?
Nik Lopoukhine and Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias

Safeguarding the blue planet: Six strategies for accelerating ocean protection
Jesse Hastings, Sebastian Thomas, Valerie Burgener, Kristina Gjerde, Dan Laffoley, Rod Salm, Laurence McCook, Lida Pet-Soede, William M. Eichbaum, Mariska Bottema, Ginette Hemley, John Tanzer, Callum Roberts, Hugh Govan and Helen E. Fox

Meeting Aichi Target 11: What does success look like for protected area systems?
Stephen Woodley, Bastian Bertzky, Nigel Crawhall, Nigel Dudley, Julia Miranda Londoño , Kathy MacKinnon, Kent Redford and Trevor Sandwith

Recent progress with the conservation and protection of temperate indigenous grasslands in New Zealand
Alan F. Mark

The effects of protected area and veterinary fencing on wildlife conservation in Southern Africa Ken Ferguson and John Hanks

Connectivity Conservation of the Great Green Macaw's landscape in Costa Rica and Nicaragua (1994-2012) Oliver Chassot and Guisselle Monge Arias

Human health and well-being motivations and benefits associated with protected area experiences: an opportunity for transforming policy and management in Canada Christopher J. Lemieux, Paul F.J. Eagles, D. Scott Slocombe, Sean T. Doherty, Susan J. Elliott and Steven E. Mock

Protected areas and the challenge of conserving crop wild relatives Danny Hunter, Nigel Maxted, Vernon Heywood, Shelagh Kell and Teresa Borelli

Applying a cultural landscape approach in park management: an Australian scheme Steve Brown

Conservation in tropical Pacific Island countries: case studies of successful programmes Gunnar Keppel, Clare Morrison, James Hardcastle, Isaac A. Rounds, Ian Karika Wilmott, Francis Hurahura and Patterson K. Shed

Meat, markets, pleasure and revenge: multiple motivations for hunting in Bamu National Park, Fars Province, Iran Sheyda Ashayeri and Helen Newing

Work area: 
Protected Areas
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