Protected Areas of the Arctic: Conserving a Full Range of Values
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A report discussing the multitude of values found in Arctic protected areas. It presents case studies that demonstrate how protected areas conserve such values. The case studies also show that protected areas in the Arctic generate positive spinoff effects and add considerable value to societies that are often far wider and diverse than the direct conservation benefits for which the areas were originally established.
CONTRIBUTORS: Heikki Eeronheimo, Metsähallitus, Natural Heritage Services, Finland Ellen Fritts, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Jan-Petter Huberth Hansen, Directorate for Nature Management, Norway Mette-Astrid Jessen, The Ministry of Environment and Nature, Greenland Home Rule Aevar Petersen, Icelandic Institute of Natural History Vladimir Pischelev, Russian Ministry of Natural Resources Gunn-Britt Retter, Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples' Secretariat Tamara Semenova, Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North Page Spencer, United States National Park Service Sune Sohlberg, Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
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