Protected Area (3)
A protected area is attached to other protected area(s) and/or
places : they define a set of interdependent places in which some
protected areas are instruments of members of the set. Change(s) in the
structure and/or function of one member of the set will affect other(s).
No protected areas can be isolated or unconnected from its surroundings
and/or other protected areas or places (2, 11).
02 R. D. SACK. 1999. A Sketch of a Geographic Theory of Morality, Ann. of the
Ass. of Am. Geog. 89(1) 26-44.
11 R. T. T. FORMAN. 1995. Land Mosaics. The Ecology of Landscapes and Regions. CUP, Cambridge (Eng).
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