|Title:||Corrigendum to “Effectiveness and appropriateness of core areas in an integrated protected area: A case study of Ecological Protected Areas in Yangmingshan National Park, Taiwan” [Environ. Sci. Policy 145 (2023) 175–187, (S1462901123001132), (10.1016/j.envsci.2023.04.012)]||Authors:||Chung, Li Wen
Chao, Chin Liang
Liao, Min Chun
Kao, Chieh Wen
|Issue Date:||1-Sep-2023||Journal Volume:||147||Source:||Environmental Science and Policy||Abstract:||
The authors regret that some words in the description of Fig. 1, and the end of 2.1 (the bottom paragraph of the left and the top one on the right) on page 178 were not included in the published version. Please refer below where those words has been underlined. Corrigendum text 1 (Page 178) Fig. 1. EoH and WCPA Framework (revised from Hockings et al., 2008: 12; see also Chung et al., 2017). Corrigendum text 2 (Page 178) In this manner, the EoH toolkit was utilized to evaluate the management effectiveness and appropriateness of the Mt. Huangzui and Lujiaokeng Ecological Protected Areas of Yangmingshan National Park from February 2016 to December 2017. Incorporating results that just concerned the Mt Huangzui Ecological Protected Areas (Chung et al., 2017), the evaluation results were based on a total of 39 recorded interviews with 29 informants, and 93 records with 40 informants collected in 14 workshops. Allowing for overlapping input from the informants, 132 records in total were collected in the field from 69 informants (Table 1). We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused by this corrigendum.
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