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- Diver, Sibyl
- Human ecology 2016 v.44 no.5 pp. 533-546
- collaborative management, etc ; USDA Forest Service; basins; case studies; catalysts; decision making; environmental policy; forest management; resource management; California; Show all 10 Subjects
- ... Co-management frameworks are intended to facilitate sustainable resource management and more equitable power sharing between state agencies and Indigenous communities. However, there is significant debate about who benefits from co-management in practice. This article addresses two competing perspectives in the literature, which alternately portrays co-management as an instrument for co-optation o ...
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- Stein, Taylor V.; Lint, Richard; Warren, Mark
- Journal of forestry 2010 v.108 no.3 pp. 126
- collaborative management, etc ; forest management; wildland-urban interface; national forests; decision making; communications technology; recreation areas; case studies; crime prevention; motorized recreation; laws and regulations; law enforcement; Florida; Ocala National Forest; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Natural resource managers in the wildland-urban interface struggle with a variety of issues. In particular, land managers are becoming increasingly burdened with societal problems as a result of encroaching development and increased forest use. This article reports on a process used by the Ocala National Forest, Florida, to work through societal issues common in many US forests. Specifically, this ...
- Vokoun, Melinda; Amacher, Gregory S.; Sullivan, Jay; Wear, Dave
- Forest policy and economics 2010 v.12 no.2 pp. 104
- collaborative management, etc ; forests; forest management; landowners; private lands; decision making; surveys; economic impact; spatial variation; agricultural land; crops; logging; temporal variation; econometric models; forest policy; forest health; sustainable forestry; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Individual landowners may capture non-timber benefits from both their own forested parcels and adjacent parcels owned by different landowners. These benefits may affect incentives for landowners to cooperate in their forest management decisions. Landowner survey data is used to examine incentives to cooperate concerning joint forest management and coordination of harvesting. We find spatial factor ...