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Lessons Learned from the First Decade of Adaptive Management in Comprehensive Everglades Restoration. 2013. LoSchiavo, A. J., R. G. Best, R. E. Burns, S. Gray, M. C. Harwell, E. B. Hines, A. R. McLean, T. St. Clair, S. Traxler and J. W. Vearil

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Author submitted discussion question
David Galat on Jan 10, 2014 12:16:05

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: Must instream flow provide an economic benefit before it will be weighed against water development? 

 

Do you use Decision Support Tools and/or Management Option Matrices and how effective are they in your restoration program?

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