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Welcome to the research guide for collaborative conservation. Most resources linked off this guide are available online for CSU faculty, staff, students, or affiliates. Resources not online are usually located in the CSU Morgan Library.
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Important Databases for Collaborative Conservation
Below are the top ranked and most commonly used databases for this subject area. They are in ranked order, with databases of most interest at the top of the list. The databases include science and social science areas. Most, but not all, of the articles in these databases are scholarly/peer reviewed. For a complete list of databases, see the Find Electronic Resources & Databases page.
Databases can be used to find articles like this:
Designing payments for environmental services in theory & practice; Engel & Pagiola; 2008; Ecological Economics 65(4): 663-674
Law & Policy Databases
Below are the top ranked law, education, and public policy databaes.
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