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PEOPLE AND PROTECTED AREAS: TOWARDS 
PARTICIPATORY CONSERVATION IN INDIA   1996
Edited by
Ashish Kothari
Neena Singh
Saloni Suri

1.  Is joint management of protected areas desirable and possible?

2.  Protected areas: future management

3.  Legal policy for India's national parks and sanctuaries

4.  Legal implications of joint management of protected areas

5.  Joint management options for protected areas: challenges and
    opportunities

6.  From joint forest management to joint protected area management:
    can the concept be extended?

7.  Conserving Maharashtra's biodiversity through ecodevelopment

8.  Contractual arrangements for sharing benefits from preservation:
    joint management of wildlife

9.  Human resource development for joint protected area management

10. Joint management of Bhimashankar wildlife sanctuary

11. Joint management of Bhimashankar sanctuary: an alternative
    proposal

12. Joint management of Ranthambhor national park

13. The rajaji problem: a way out

14. Joint management of Gir national park

15. Management options for Gir protected area: an alternative
    view

16. Proposal for joint management of Nilgiri biosphere reserve

17. People's involvement in protected areas: experiences from 
    abroad and lessons for India

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