Cultural Dimensions of Socioecological Systems : Key Connections and Guiding Principles for Conservation in Coastal Environments

@inproceedings{Poe2014CulturalDO,
  title={Cultural Dimensions of Socioecological Systems : Key Connections and Guiding Principles for Conservation in Coastal Environments},
  author={Melissa R. Poe and Karma C. Norman and Phillip S. Levin},
  year={2014}
}
Environments are complex socioecological systems demanding interdisciplinary research and conservation. Despite significant progress in characterizing socioecological complexity, including important inroads for measuring human wellbeing through ecosystem services approaches, cultural interactions with ecosystems remain poorly understood. Inadequate knowledge of cultural dimensions of ecosystems challenges the ability of conservation professionals to include these considerations in their… CONTINUE READING
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