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Resisting the Pressures of the Present: Channel Islands National Park as a Case Study in Public Policymaking

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 April 2011

Scott A. Frisch
Affiliation:
California State University Channel Islands
Daniel Wakelee
Affiliation:
California State University Channel Islands

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