Interdisciplinary research at the Urban–Rural interface: The West ga project

@article{Lockaby2005InterdisciplinaryRA,
  title={Interdisciplinary research at the Urban–Rural interface: The West ga project},
  author={B. Graeme Lockaby and Daowei Zhang and Jessica A McDaniel and Hua Tian and Sophia Pan},
  journal={Urban Ecosystems},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={7-21}
}
As human populations increase, ecological and social issues become inextricably linked to a greater degree. Solutions to complex social–ecological problems can only be derived through the use of integrated research that can account for the interplay of many factors across traditional discipline lines. We are using such an integrated research to clarify relationships among socioeconomic drivers, ecological effects, and social and policy feedbacks associated with urban development of forested… CONTINUE READING
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