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Collaborative Adaptive Management: Challenges and Opportunities. 2013. Scarlett, L.

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David Galat on Oct 10, 2013 12:35:05

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Effective linkage of scientists, stakeholders, and decision makers may require early and significant engagement of participants, yet it is also important to sustain the independence of scientists so that they are not perceived to be deploying science for their own policy preferences. How can early and ongoing engagement occur while separating scientists from actual policy decisions?

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