Case of Sierra Leone

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Burgess, R., Miguel, E. and Stanton, C., 2015. War and deforestation in Sierra Leone. Environmental Research Letters, 10(9), p.095014.

Conteh, A., 2010. Impact of War on Biodiversity Conservation in the Western Area Peninsula Forest Reserve, Sierra Leone (Doctoral dissertation, PhD thesis in Environmental Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand).

De Jong, W., Donovan, D. and Abe, K.I. eds., 2007. Extreme conflict and tropical forests (Vol. 5). Springer Science & Business Media.

Kandeh, H.B.S. and Richards, P., 1996. Rural people as conservationists: querying neo-Malthusian assumptions about biodiversity in Sierra Leone.Africa, 66(01), pp.90-103.

Khan, A. and Sei, S., 2015. The Co-governance of Fisheries in Post-conflict Sierra Leone: Is the Transition for Better or for Worse?. In Interactive Governance for Small-Scale Fisheries (pp. 559-581). Springer International Publishing.

Koker, U.S. and Kamara, B.M., 2002. Assessment on the Impact of the Refugee and Displaced Communities as a result of the 10 year old Rebel War on Biodiversity of Sierra Leone. BSAP. UNDP. Sierra Leone p60.

Leach, M., 2000. New shapes to shift: War, parks and the hunting person in modern West Africa. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 6(4), pp.577-595.

Lebbie, A. and Guries, R.P., 2008. The role of sacred groves in biodiversity conservation in Sierra Leone. African sacred groves: Ecological dynamics and social change, pp.42-61.

Lebbie, A., 1998. The No. 2 river forest river, Sierra Leone: Managing for biodiversity and the promotion of ecotourism. Report Prepared for the United Nations (UN), Project No. SIL/93/002.

Lebbie, A.R., 2002. Biodiversity Assessment and Identification of Priorities for Biodiversity Conservation in Sierra Leone. BSAP. UNDP. Sierra Leone, p.P118.

Lindsell, J.A., Klop, E. and Siaka, A.M., 2011. The impact of civil war on forest wildlife in West Africa: mammals in Gola Forest, Sierra Leone. Oryx,45(01), pp.69-77.

Martin Martin, A., Martinez, P., Anguita, D., Vicente Perez, J. And Lanzana, J., 2011. The role of secret societies in the conservation of sacred forests in Sierra Leone. Bois et forêts des tropiques, (310), pp.43-55.

Millington, A., 1987. Environmental degradation, soil conservation and agricultural policies in Sierra Leone, 1895-1984. Conservation in Africa: people, policies and practice., pp.229-248.

Munro, P.G. and Hiemstra-van der Horst, G., 2011. Conserving exploitation?: a political ecology of forestry policy in Sierra Leone. Australasian Review of African Studies, The, 32(1), p.59.

Richards, P. 1996. Fighting for the rain forest: war, youth and resources in Sierra Leone. James Currey, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Richards, P., 1996. Chimpanzees, Diamonds and War: The Discourses of Global Environmental Change and Local Violence on the Liberia–Sierra Leone Border. The Future of Anthropological Knowledge, pp.139-155.

Skuce, N., 2002. Rebuilding after war: environmental education in Sierra Leone. Green Teacher, (69), p.41.

Squire, C.B., 2001. Sierra Leone’s biodiversity and the civil war: A case study prepared for the biodiversity support program. Washington, DC: Biodiversity Support Program.

Sundufu, A.J., James, M.S., Foday, I.K. and Kamara, T.F., 2012. Influence of Community Perceptions towards Conservation and Eco-tourism Benefits at Tiwai Island Wildlife Sanctuary, Sierra Leone. American Journal of Tourism Management, 1(2), pp.45-52.

Thompson, H.S.S., 1993. Biodiversity and conservation needs in Sierra Leone. Annales-Musee Royal de l'Afrique Centrale. Sciences Zoologiques (Belgium).

Wotton, S., Morris, T., Anderson, G. and Shorrock, G., 2010. Threatened species surveys in the Gola Forest Reserves, Sierra Leone. Ibis, 152(1), pp.205-206.

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