Protected area management in a post-natural world: negotiated governance at the Danish Wadden Sea

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Protected area management in a post-natural world : negotiated governance at the Danish Wadden Sea. / Walsh, Cormac.

in: Maritime Studies, Jahrgang 20, Nr. 3, 09.2021, S. 255-266.

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