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Geography
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GGR345H5
Professor
Gabrielle Sauter

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-ch. 10 Adams -originally it was about the scarcity of the land and protecting the wild but then it became about helping the rural poor -three camps of influence on the high fortress conservation -US National Park systems: very restricted parks, gated. Nature is pristine, no one is living (most restrictive) -Colonial system (like from when they hunted. Only allowing certain people in for specific reasons) (less conservative) -European. Biritish parks for their natural beauty (least conservative) pg. 279 (that list going down) think about the influences that shape policies -population removal: social and economic impacts -negative impacts on those being moved -integrate both sides of conserving land and pe
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