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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)

Volume 44, Number 1, 1 March 2019

Open Access Managing wild minds: From control by numbers to a multinatural approach in wild boar management in the Veluwe, the Netherlands
pp. 2-15(14)
Authors: Boonman‐Berson, Susan; Driessen, Clemens; Turnhout, Esther

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Eye‐opener: Drawing landscape near and far
pp. 32-47(16)
Authors: Wylie, John; Webster, Catrin

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Relational geographies of human trafficking: Inequality, manoeuvring and im/mobility across space and time
pp. 63-78(16)
Authors: Blazek, Matej; Esson, James; Smith, Darren P.

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Open Access The multiple ontologies of freshness in the UK and Portuguese agri‐food sectors
pp. 79-93(15)
Authors: Jackson, Peter; Evans, David M.; Truninger, Mónica; Meah, Angela; Baptista, João Afonso

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Open Access Where horses run free? Autonomy, temporality and rewilding in the Côa Valley, Portugal
pp. 94-109(16)
Authors: DeSilvey, Caitlin; Bartolini, Nadia

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Open Access The right to be weary? Endurance and exhaustion in austere times
pp. 155-167(13)
Authors: Wilkinson, Eleanor; Ortega‐Alcázar, Iliana

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