Qualitative modelling of gold mine impacts on Lihir Island's socioeconomic system and reef-edge fish community
Inhabitants of Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea, have traditionally relied on reef fishing and rotational farming of slash-burn forest plots for a subsistence diet. However, a new gold mine has introduced a cash economy to the island's socioeconomic system
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