CATRINA A. MACKENZIE studies the distribution & effectiveness of benefits & losses, accrued as a result of protected areas, to influence conservation attitudes & behaviours of local residents. Her research is positioned within the socio-economic context of the protected area, considering influences from local, regional, & global economies, with a particularly focus on revenue sharing & crop/predation loss compensation. She holds a B.A.Sc & M.A.Sc in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Toronto, a Diploma in Environment from the McGill School of Environment, & a Ph.D. in Human Geography from McGill University, Montreal.
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