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Examining 'willingness to participate in community-based water resource management in a transboundary conservation area in Central America

Examining 'willingness to participate in community-based water resource management in a transboundary conservation area in Central America

Water Policy 18(6): 1334-1352

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DOI: 10.2166/wp.2016.005

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