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Keynote address: The Neotropical Realm

, : Keynote address: The Neotropical Realm. Proceedings, World congress on national parks, Bali, Indonesia, 1982: 552-560

A discussion of the development of protected areas in the Neotropical Realm (which extends from the subtropical areas of Florida to the southern tip of S. America). Aspects covered include: history; current coverage of protected areas; weaknesses and gaps in protected areas coverage; and factors impeding or encouraging the development of protected areas.

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