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Jones BTB, Social Impact Assessment and Policy Analysis Corporation (SIAPAC) 2001. Socio-ecological survey report for the Okavango River Region (Namibia - 2001).
Seely M, Klintenberg P, Hager C 2008. Human Dimensions of Soil Sustainability. Encyclopedia of Soil Science Second - Edition
Aston PJ 2007. Disputes and conflicts over water in Africa. Violent conflicts, fragile peace: perspectives on Africa’s security 119-135
Mbaiwa JE, Darkoh MBK 2008. The socio-economic and environmental effects of the implementation of the tourism policy of 1990 in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Botswana Notes and Records 39 (Tourism as a Sustainable Development Factor) 138-155
Booth VR 2010. The contribution of hunting tourism: How significant is this to National Economies?. Contribution of Wildlife to National Economies 72
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Fischer A, Weldesemaet YT, Czajkowski M, Tadie D, Hanley N 2015. Trophy hunters' willingness to pay for wildlife conservation and community benefits. Conservation Biology (29) 1111-1121
Hitchkock RK, Yellen JE, Gelburd DJ, Osborn AJ, Crowell AL 1996. Subsistence Hunting and Resource Management among the Ju/'Hoansi of Northwestern Botswana. African Study Monographs (17) 153-220
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Herold B, Große LM, Domptail S, Kgathi DL, Falk T, Azebaze N, Kowalski B 2013. Livelihood diversification in a rural community of the Okavango Delta, Botswana - Results from a Socio-Economic Baseline Survey. Environmental Assessments in the Okavango Region 363–377
Pröpper M, Falk T, Domptail S, Große LM, Kowalski B 2013. Partly subsistent household economies and modern consumerism in the Namibian Kavango: Assets, income, expenditure and socio-economic stratification. Environmental Assessments in the Okavango Region 379–391
Bolger DT, Bieluch K, Krivak-Tetley F, Maggs-Kölling G, Tjitekulu J 2018. Designing a Real-World Course for Environmental Studies Students: Entering a Social-Ecological System. Sustainability (10)
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Paksi A, Pyhälä A 2018. Socio-economic Impacts of a National Park on Local Indigenous Livelihoods: The Case of Bwabwata National Park in Namibia. Research and Activism among the Kalahari San Today: Ideals, Challenges and Debates 197-214