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Title: Governing Marine Protected Areas – Getting the Balance Right Authors: Peter Jones and Wanfei Qiu, University College London (UCL), UK Elizabeth De Santo, Dalhousie University, CanadaCitation: Jones, PJS, Qiu W, and De Santo EM (2011): Governing Marine Protected Areas - Getting the Balance Right. Technical Report, United Nations Environment Programme. ISBN: 978-92-807-3159-0Job Number: DEP/1379/NA
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Division for Environmental Policy ImplementationUnited Nations Environment ProgrammeMarch 2011, Nairobi