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Revista da ANPEGE
The paradox between how efficient Protect Areas (PAs) have proved to be in deterring deforestation and their institutional weakness has motivated the analysis submitted in this paper. It is widely known that PAs are historically rendered vulnerable by their lack of management resources, but for all that they are efficient in deterring deforestation, thereby conducing to a knowedge gap to be investigated regarding territorial transformations by a PA upon creation. The explanation thereof isdoi:10.5418/ra2016.1219.0013 fatcat:wdpaj5ywbfc47jx7oxgrlvtxaq