The 'wild' and the known: implications of identity and memory for 'community-based natural resource management' in a Namibian landscape.

Sullivan, S (2001) The 'wild' and the known: implications of identity and memory for 'community-based natural resource management' in a Namibian landscape. In: Landscape & Politics: A Cross-Disciplinary Conference, 23 - 25 March 2001, Department of Architecture, University of Edinburgh, UK.

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