Infield, M., Entwistle, E., Anthem, H., Mugisha, A. and Phillips, K. (2017) Reflections on cultural values approaches to conservation: lessons from 20 years of implementation. Oryx, Page 1 of 11 © 2017 Fauna & Flora International doi:10.1017/S0030605317000928
Infield, M. (2013). Cultural values protect forest in Liberia, Oryx, Volume 47, Issue 04, pp 482-482
Infield, M. and Mugisha, A. (2013). Sacred sites and conservation of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda. Conservation News, Oryx, Volume 47, Issue 01, pp 13-13
Mugisha, A.R. and Infield, M. (2008). People-oriented conservation: using cultural values in Uganda. Conservation News, Oryx, Volume 43, Issue 01.
Furey, N.M. & Infield, M. (2007). Conservation of limestone karst ecosystems in Vietnam: Challenges and Opportunities. Chinese Tropical Forestry Journal, Vol. 35, May supplement.
Adams, W.M. and Infield, M. (2003). Who is on the Gorilla’s Payroll? Claims on Tourism Revenues from a Ugandan National Park. World Development. Vol 31, No 1. January 2003, pp 177-190.
Infield, M. (2001). Cultural values: A forgotten strategy for building community support for protected areas in Africa. Conservation Biology, 15, 3, 800-803
Infield, M and Namara, A. (2001). Community attitudes and behaviour towards conservation: an assessment of a community conservation program around Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda. Oryx. 35, 1, 48-60.
Infield, M. and W. M. Adams. (1999). Institutional Sustainability and Community Conservation: A Case Study from Uganda. Journal of International Development, 11, 305 - 315.
Infield, M. (1988). Attitudes of a rural community towards conservation and a local conservation area in Natal, South Africa. Biological Conservation. 45. pp 21-46.
Books, book chapters and unpublished theses
Infield, M and Mugisha, A. (2018). Cultural values and conservation: an innovative approach to community engagement. In Eds. Sandbrook, C., Cavanagh, C.J. and Tumusiime, D. Conservation and Development in Uganda. Routledge, London UK. pp 276.
Infield, M, Duli, E. M., Mugisha, A.R. and Rubagyema, P. (2008). How protection took the beauty from the land: conflicting values and meanings of Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda. In Josep-Maria Mallarach (ed). Protected Landscapes and Cultural and Spiritual Values. Volume 2 in the series Values of Protected Landscapes and Seascapes. IUCN, GTZ and Obra Social de Caixa Catalunya, Kasparek Verlag, Heidelberg.
Infield, M. (2003). The Names of Ankole Cows, Fountain Press, Kampala (2003).
Infield, M (2002). The Culture of Conservation: Exclusive Landscapes, Beautiful Cows and Conflict Over Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of East Anglia, UK.
Adams, W. M. and Infield, M. (2001). Park Outreach and Gorilla Conservation; Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. In: Hulme D and M Murphree (eds), African Wildlife and Livelihoods; The Promise and Performance of Community Conservation. London, James Currey
Hulme, D and Infield, M. (2001). Community Conservation, Reciprocity and Park – People Relationships. Lake Mburo National Park. In: Hulme D and M Murphree (eds), African Wildlife and Livelihoods; The Promise and Performance of Community Conservation. London, James Currey.
Infield, M. (1986). Wildlife resources, utilization and attitudes towards conservation; a case study of Umfolozi and Hluhluwe Game Reserves in KwaZulu. Unpublished MSc Thesis, University of Natal.
Infield, M., Morse-Jones, S., and Anthem, H. (2015). Guidelines for the Rapid Assessment of Cultural Ecosystem Services (GRACE): Version 1. A report by Fauna & Flora International.
Infield, M. and Mugisha, A. (2010). Integrating Cultural, Spiritual and Ethical Dimensions into Conservation Practice in a Rapidly Changing World. Prepared for the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation By Fauna & Flora International
Furey, N.M. and Infield, M. Eds. (2005), Pu Luong Nature Reserve, Biodiversity surveys of a key site for conservation in the Pu Luong–Cuc Phuong Limestone Range. Pu Luong-Cuc Phuong Limestone Landscape Project, Vietnam Forest Protection Department and Fauna & Flora International Vietnam Conservation Support Program, Hanoi.
Hulme, D. and Infield, M. (1998). Community Conservation in Lake Mburo National Park. Discussion Paper. Manchester, Institute for Development Policy and Management; University of Manchester.
Infield, M and Namara, A. (1998). The influence of the Community Conservation Programme on farmers and pastoralists neighbouring Lake Mburo National Park. Uganda Wildlife Authority, African Wildlife Foundation.
Infield, M., Marquardt, M and Namara, A. (1994). The socio-economics, resource use and land tenure of communities around Lake Mburo National Park. Uganda National Parks, African Wildlife Foundation.
Infield, M. (1989). The socio-economics of fishing villages situated within Queen Elizabeth National Park in relation to park management. EEC Uganda Natural Resources Project.
Infield, M. (1988). Hunting, trapping and fishing in villages within and on the periphery of the Korup National Park. Report No. 6. WWF/UK, Korup Project Socio-economic survey. Government of Cameroon/WWF UK.
Infield, M. (1986). The viability of establishing industries in KwaZulu based on the utilization of animal products from the Central Complex. A report to the Bureau of Natural Resources, KwaZulu.
Infield, M. and Malpas, R. (1981). The Mgahinga Forest and Gorilla Game Reserves, Uganda. A report to the Ministries of Tourism and Wildlife, and Agriculture.
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Conference proceedings, grey literature and articles
Mugisha, A. and Infield, M. (2012). The Role of Cultural Values in the Management and Conservation of Rwenzori and Lake Mburo National Parks in Uganda, In: Weber, Samantha, ed. Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 2011 George Wright Society Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites. Hancock, Michigan: The George Wright Society.
Blomley, T., Namara, A., McNeilage, A. Franks, P., Rainer, H., Donaldson, A., Malpas, R., Olupot, W., Baker, J., Sandbrook, C., Bitanho, R, and Infield, M. (2010). Development and Gorillas? Assessing fifteen years of integrated conservation and development in south-western Uganda, Natural Resources Issues, No 23, IIED, London.
Infield, M and Prince, B. (2005). Vietnam and the myth of ecotourism. Fauna & Flora International Magazine - July issue.
Infield, M. (2004). Cultural values, karst landscapes and conservation - working with local communities to build support for conservation. Trans-KARST 2004. Proceedings of the International Trans-disciplinary Conference on Development and Conservation of Karst Regions. Hanoi, Vietnam, 13-18.09.2004.
Infield, M (2003). The Nature of Conservation and the Conservation of Nature; Protected Areas as Cultural Entities. Policy Matters, Issue 12.
Infield, M (2002). The values of conservation: whose values? Whose sense of beauty, integrity and equity? Policy Matters, Issue 10.
Barrow, E., Bergin, P., Infield, M. and Lembuya, P. (1995b). Community Conservation Lessons from Benefit Sharing in East Africa. In: Bissonette, J.A. and Krausman, P.R. (eds): Integrating People and Wildlife for Sustainable Use. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland, USA. pp 21-26.
Barrow, E., Bergin, P., Infield, M. and Lembuya, P. (1995a). The People’s Voice: Partnership and Community Conservation. In: Bissonette, J.A. and Krausman, P.R. (eds): Integrating People and Wildlife for Sustainable Use. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland, USA. pp 255-259.
Infield, M (1993). Socio economy and natural resource use. 1993. In: Kamugisha J.R. and Stahl, M. (eds): Parks and People; pastoralists and people. Report No. 7. SIDA, Regional Soil Conservation Unit, Nairobi.
Infield, M. (1992). Community Conservation and the Lake Mburo National Park. Wildlife. Wildlife Clubs of Uganda.
Infield, M. (1989). The importance of hunting in the conservation of large mammals: a case study of Korup National Park, Cameroon. In: P. Wegge (eds): Mammal Conservation in Developing Countries; a new approach. Noragric Occasional Papers Series C, Environment No. 11.
Infield, M. (1989). Hunting and conservation clash in Cameroon. WWF Features, August.
Infield, M. (1989). Hunters claim a stake in the forest. New Scientist, No. 1689.
Infield, M. (1988). No small measures in Korup National Park. WWF Reports, Dec/Jan. pp 12-15.
M Infield (1988). Land at the Crossroads. Environment Now. 4. April/May.
Infield, M. (1986). Improving local support for African conservation areas. Monograph No. 8. Institute of Natural Resources, University of Natal.