A framework for monitoring social process and outcomes in environmental programs
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KeywordsAdaptive co-management; Collaborative adaptive management; Monitoring and evaluation; Conceptual framework; Ecosystems services theory; Environmental programs; Community based natural resource management; Conservation; Theory-based evaluation approaches; Indicators;
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