Immigration: A Potential Time Bomb under the Integration of Conservation and Development

Scholte, Paul
February 2003
AMBIO - A Journal of the Human Environment;Feb2003, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p58
Academic Journal
Case Study
Presents case studies of an Integrated Conservation and Development Projects (ICDP) in the Waza-Logone area of Cameroon with which to examine the validity of immigration-risk scenario for open-access and other property systems as well. Description of the study area; Impact of human settlement on Kalamaloué National Park; Justification for ICDP.


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