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Resilience design: toward a synthesis of cognition, learning, and collaboration for adaptive problem solving in conservation and natural resource stewardship. 2014. Curtin, C. G.

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David Galat on Jun 07, 2014 15:44:39
David Galat on Jun 09, 2014 11:55:44

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How does one sustain effective process long enough to make a difference?  Can AM really last the decadal or century scales needed to truly address environmental challenges.

 

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