The WWF RACER project: Incorporating change into Arctic conservation planning.
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Project presentation paper for World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)s project "RACER: Incorporating change into Arctic conservation planning", presented at the Arctic Council's Senior Arctic Officials meeting in Luleå, Sweden, November 8-9 2011.
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