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Africa's Rain Forest Protected Areas: Problems and Possible Solutions (Tables 8-10)

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This report, drafted in June 2001 by Thomas Struhsaker of Duke University for Conservation International's Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, aims to  better understand the problems of Africa's rain forest parks and wildlife reserves and to evaluate the relative importance of a wide range of variables that influence the successes and failures of these protected areas.  The study, which covers 16 protected areas in 11 countries, generates hypotheses about cause and effect relationships between protected area success and key managerial, ecological, and sociological variables.  Issues requiring more detailed study are highlighted and recommendations are made for ways to improve the conservation effectiveness of these protected areas.

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