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Madagascar Conservation & Development welcomes the results of original research, field surveys, advances in field and laboratory techniques, book reviews, and informal status reports from research, conservation, development and management programs and in-field projects in Madagascar. In addition, notes on changes in the legal status of any species (IUCN, CITES) or land (Protected Areas) existing in Madagascar, public awareness programs, the availability of new educational materials (include the name and address of distributor and cost, if applicable), job announcements (paid or volunteer), and notification of newly published scientific papers, technical reports and academic theses are all appropriate contributions. Readers are also encouraged to alert Madagascar Conservation & Development to pertinent letter-writing campaigns and other activities, which may need the support of the Madagascar Conservation & Development community. Finally, Madagascar Conservation & Development serves as a conduit for debate and discussion and welcomes contributions on any aspect of the legal or scientific status of any species living in Madagascar, or on conservation and development philosophy.
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Vol 11, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial: Approaching the limits EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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François Moutou 43
Value of useful goods and ecosystem services from Agnalavelo sacred forest and their relationships with forest conservation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tabita N Randrianarivony, Tefy H Andriamihajarivo, Aro V Ramarosandratana, Fortunat Rakotoarivony, Vololoniaina H Jeannoda, Alyse Kuhlman, Armand Randrianasolo, Rainer Bussmann 44-51
Three new species of Grosphus Simon 1880, (Scorpiones: Buthidae) from Madagascar; possible vicariant cases within the Grosphus bistriatus group of species
Lucienne Wilmé, Wilson R Lourenço 52-65
Which form of agreement works for communitybased management? A case study from southwestern Madagascar EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Katinka Thielsen 66-77
Local community perceptions of conservation policy: rights, recognition and reactions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marketta Vuola, Aili Pyhälä 77-86
Barking up the right tree: Understanding local attitudes towards dogs in villages surrounding Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar can benefit applied conservation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kim Valenta, Joseph A Gettinger-Larson, Colin A Chapman, Zachary J Farris 87-90
Two sides to every coin: farmers’ perceptions of mining in the Maningory watershed, Madagascar EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Natasha Stoudmann, Claude Garcia, Ihoby H Randriamalala, Vanessa AG Rakotomalala, B Ramamonjisoa 91-95
Interview: Madagascar’s rosewood stocks – which way to go? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Derek Schuurman, Ndranto Razakamanarina, Sonja Hassold, Luke V Zahner 96-99


ISSN: 1662-2510
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