Benefits of collaborative learning for environmental management: applying the integrated systems for knowledge management approach to support animal pest control.

@article{Allen2001BenefitsOC,
  title={Benefits of collaborative learning for environmental management: applying the integrated systems for knowledge management approach to support animal pest control.},
  author={William St. Michael Allen and Ockie Bosch and Margaret Kilvington and Jonathan Oliver and Melissa R. Gilbert},
  journal={Environmental management},
  year={2001},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={215-23}
}
Resource management issues continually change over time in response to coevolving social, economic, and ecological systems. Under these conditions adaptive management, or "learning by doing," offers an opportunity for more proactive and collaborative approaches to resolving environmental problems. In turn, this will require the implementation of learning… CONTINUE READING

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