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Connecting people and places: the emerging role of network governance in large landscape conservation
The most important land and water issues facing North America and the world – including land-use patterns, water management, biodiversity protection, and climate adaptation – require innovativeExpand
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Collaborative Adaptive Management: Challenges and Opportunities
Collaborative adaptive management merges three essential features of twenty-first century conservation and resource management—science, collaboration, and a focus on results. These features intersectExpand
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Nature and mental health: An ecosystem service perspective
We provide consensus on the benefits of nature experience for mental health, and a model for integrating them into urban design. A growing body of empirical evidence is revealing the value of natureExpand
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Ecosystem services and resource management: Institutional issues, challenges, and opportunities in the public sector
Application of ecosystem services measurement and analysis to natural resource planning, investment, and management decisions has gained momentum over the past decade. This momentum springs from aExpand
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Ecosystem Services: Quantification, Policy Applications, and Current Federal Capabilities
The study describes existing federal policies that permit or promote ecosystem services analysis, management, investments, and markets. Our survey discusses: 1) current programs that stimulate orExpand
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The Future of Landscape Conservation
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Sustainability for the nation: resource connections and governance linkages.
Linkages T legendary ecologist John Muir said in 1911 that “when we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.” His perceptive statement applies toExpand
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Transcending Boundaries: The Emergence of Conservation Networks
Over the past century, public land management has unfolded as a saga of tensions and challenges at the delicate interface of people and place. Many of these challenges test the endurance of ourExpand
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Adapting to Climate Change—A Wicked Problem
Adapting to climate change presents a wicked problem. The properties of wicked problems are described, followed by a discussion of how learning processes developed to address wicked problems areExpand
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