Values of Arctic Protected Areas: A Summary
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Descriptions of the natural physical, natural ecological, economic, cultural, subsistence use, educations, landscape, societal, scientific and recreational values of Arctic protected areas.
Contributors: Heikki Eeronheimo, Ellen Fritts, Jan-Petter Huberth Hansen, Mette-Astrid Jessen, Jim Johnston, Bas Oosenbrug, Aevar Petersen, Vladimir Pischelev, Gunn-Britt Retter, Tamara Semenova, Sune Sohlberg, Page Spence Photo credits: Arendal and the Norwegian Mapping Authorities Environmental Unit, Roger Robinson, EarthLore Communications, Contributing Authors Design and Layout: EarthLore Communications, Ottawa, Canada Available from: CAFF International Secretariat, Borgir 5th Floor Nordurslod 600 Akureyri, Iceland Tel: +354 462 3350 Fax: +354 462 3390, E-mail: CAFF@CAFF.IS WWW.CAFF.IS
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