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- CHEN, XIAODONG, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Conservation biology 2008 v.22 no.4 pp. 912-921
- attitudes and opinions; biodiversity; case studies; compliance; educational status; environmental impact; households; immigration; income; land cover; people; residential areas; surveys; Idaho; Wyoming
- ... Successful conservation efforts require understanding human behaviors that directly affect biodiversity. Choice of household location represents an observable behavior that has direct effects on biodiversity conservation, but no one has examined the sociocultural predictors of this choice relative to its environmental impacts. We conducted a case study of the Teton Valley of Idaho and Wyoming (U.S ...