Adaptive management: where are we now?

@inproceedings{Rist2013AdaptiveMW,
  title={Adaptive management: where are we now?},
  author={Lucy Rist and Bruce M. S. Campbell and Peter G. H. Frost},
  year={2013}
}
SUMMARY Adaptive management (AM) emerged in the literature in the mid-1970s in response both to a realization of the extent of uncertainty involved in management, and a frustration with attempts to use modelling to integrate knowledge and make predictions. The term has since become increasingly widely used in scientific articles, policy documents and management plans, but both understanding and application of the concept is mixed. This paper reviews recent literature from conservation and… CONTINUE READING

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