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Responding to different questions generated by biodiversity and ecosystem services policy or management requires different forms of knowledge (e.g. scientific, experiential) and knowledge synthesis. Additionally, synthesis methods need to be appropriate to policy context (e.g. question types, budget, timeframe, output type, required scientific rigour). In(More)
This paper analyzes the in-plane locomotion of a minimally actuated dynamic hexapedal robot with continuously sliding feet. We formulate the fore-aft velocity of the robot as a function of the length of the legs, step angle, actuation frequency and the incline of the surface and compare this model to a nearly-flat experimental robot. The results are in good(More)
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