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The Importance of Place: Advances in Science and ApplicationAuthor(s): Linda E. Kruger; Pamela J. Jakes
Source: Forest Science 49(6):819-821
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionThe concept of place is introduced and an orientation to place literature is provided. Following the introduction, an overview is given of the papers in this special issue of Forest Science. The papers included in this issue were presented at the 2000 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management in Bellingham, Washington.
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CitationKruger, Linda E.; Jakes, Pamela J. 2003. The Importance of Place: Advances in Science and Application. Forest Science 49(6):819-821
KeywordsPlace, attachment to place, place-based planning, sense of place, resource management
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