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Navigating a Murky Adaptive Comanagement Governance Network: Agua Fria Watershed, Arizona, USA. 2013. Childs, C., A. M. York, D. White, M. L. Schoon and G. S. Bodner

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David Galat on Nov 13, 2013 14:25:25

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Does a murky governance network help or hinder successful adaptive co-management?

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