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Tatiana Bernard.  1989.  Thesis title:  "Land use management for protection of the native biological diversity in developed regions in the United States."  School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan.

Hough, John L.  1989.  Dissertation title:  "National Park‹local people relationships:  case studies from Northern Benin, West Africa, and the Grand Canyon."  School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan.

Maria Sanchez. 1992.  Thesis title, "Geographical variation in sea otters based on mitochondrial DNA."  Institute of Marine Sciences, UCSC.   

Maria Kretzmann, 1998.  Dissertation:  “Conservation genetics of Hawaiian monk seal.”  Department Of Biology, UCSC.

Camilla H. Fox, 2008.  Master’s Thesis:  Analysis of the Marin County Strategic Plan for Protection of livestock & Wildlife:  An alternative to traditional predator control. Prescott College.

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