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Sustainable Public/Private Partnerships for Public Service
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Maintaining Volunteer Commitment to Local Watershed
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Motives for Initiating and Continuing Membership in
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Co-Management: Concepts and Methodological Implications.
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Indigenous People and Co-Management: Implications for Conflict
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Progressing Toward Comanagement through Participatory
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An Evaluation of the Suitability of Non-Specialist Volunteer
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The Value of Marine Ecological Data Collected by Volunteers.
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Effective Organization and Management of Public Sector Volunteer
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Coastal and Fisheries Co-Management in South Africa: An Overview and
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Combining Participatory Modeling and Multi-Criteria Analysis for
Community-Based Forest Management.
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Ecological Restoration Volunteers: The Benefits of
Trust, Social Capital, Civil Society, and Democracy.
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Factors in Overcoming Barriers to Implementing Co-Management in
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A Multiple Case Study of Community-Based Water Management
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Two to Tango: The Role of Government in Fisheries
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Conditions Affecting the Success of Fisheries Co-Management: Lessons
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Volunteer Environmental Monitoring and the Role of Universities: The
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The Challenge of Building Successful Stakeholder Organizations: New
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