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Effect of Governance Structure on Conservation Land Acquisition in California Over the Last 100 Years

Article
Journal of Environmental Management
Volume 261
May 1, 2020
Maria J. Santos

This paper analyzes the development of California's land conservation between 1910 and 2010, testing whether governance structure explains the variation in the attribution of land for conservation over time. The authors find that governance structure does play an important role in the development of the conservation network over the course of the century.