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Volume 58, Number 7, 3 July 2015

Rider preferences and economic values for equestrian trails
pp. 1154-1172(19)
Authors: Hu, Wuyang; Qing, Ping; Penn, Jerrod; Pelton, Marie; Pagoulatos, Angelos

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Estuary planning and management: the case of Vouga Estuary (Ria de Aveiro), Portugal
pp. 1173-1195(23)
Authors: Fidélis, Teresa; Carvalho, Teresa

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Public engagement and climate adaptation: insights from three local governments in Australia
pp. 1196-1216(21)
Authors: Serrao-Neumann, Silvia; Harman, Ben; Leitch, Anne; Low Choy, Darryl

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AHP based life cycle sustainability assessment (LCSA) framework: a case study of six storey wood frame and concrete frame buildings in Vancouver
pp. 1217-1241(25)
Authors: Hossaini, Navid; Reza, Bahareh; Akhtar, Sharmin; Sadiq, Rehan; Hewage, Kasun

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Realization of participation and spatiality in participatory forest management – a policy–practice analysis from Zanzibar, Tanzania
pp. 1242-1269(28)
Authors: Eilola, Salla; Fagerholm, Nora; Mäki, Sanna; Khamis, Miza; Käyhkö, Niina

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Transdisciplinary research: understanding the stakeholder perspective
pp. 1291-1308(18)
Authors: Bracken, L.J.; Bulkeley, H.A.; Whitman, G.

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Predictive model for areas with illegal landfills using logistic regression
pp. 1309-1326(18)
Authors: Lucendo-Monedero, Angel Luís; Jordá-Borrell, Rosa; Ruiz-Rodríguez, Francisca

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