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|Participatory management to engage society with the planning of protected areas: a mountain bike trail planning
|MMV 9 - Proceedings
|Participatory management can result in a reduction of potential social conflicts and natural impacts and – in the context of outdoor recreation – reduce the creation of unauthorized trails. Similar to Newsome et al. (2016), we have implemented a collaborative approach to develop a mountain bike trail at Tupi Research Station, a public natural area in Sao Paulo State, Brazil.
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