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International cooperation in the St. Elias Mountain Parks World Heritage Site

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Danby, R., International cooperation in the St. Elias Mountain Parks World Heritage Site: .

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The 98,000 sq. km. St. Elias Mountain Parks World Heritage Site is located in the border region shared by Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon Yerritory. It ... comprises] four independent, yet adjacent, parks: Kluane National Park and the Tatshenshini-Alsek Wilderness Provincial Park in Canada, and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Glacier Bay National Park in the United States. Despite sharing intact watersheds and globally significant wildlife populations and mountain terrain, as well as the World Heritage designation, interaction between the four parks is limited. This paper provides a comparative overview of policy directives and planning and management initiatives in each of the four parks and details existing coopreation [...]

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Danby, R.

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