Diversity Overcoming Obstacles to Interdisciplinary Research

@inproceedings{Campbell2005DiversityOO,
  title={Diversity Overcoming Obstacles to Interdisciplinary Research},
  author={Lisa M. Campbell},
  year={2005}
}
Mascia et al.’s (2003) call for increased interdisciplinary approaches to conservation and Thornhill’s (2003) response detailing activities of the Society for Conservation Biology reflect an evolution in thinking about environmental problems. We have moved beyond Hilborn and Ludwig’s (1993) call to consider the human context of such problems to addressing them in an interdisciplinary manner and training researchers to do this (Zarin et al. 2003). I fully support efforts to make conservation… CONTINUE READING

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