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Results Chains: a Tool for Conservation Action Design, Management, and Evaluation. 2013. Margoluis, R., C. Stem, V. Swaminathan, M. Brown, A. Johnson, G. Placci, N. Salafsky and I. Tilders

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David Galat on Oct 10, 2013 12:44:15

Authors of each paper in this Special Issue submitted a question to stimulate interactive communication among readers and authors.  You are encouraged to initiate a dialog by responding to the following question:


This paper is an opportunity to spread the introduction of results chains more broadly.  What other methods would be effective to introduce results chains to the wider conservation community, especially organizations and agencies that often rely on more widely-known but less versatile tools?

Figure 5 - Can you clarify for me?
Kent Prior on Apr 25, 2014 16:03:09
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