Lessons from NAPAP.

  • Milton Russell
  • Published 1992 in
    Ecological applications : a publication of the…

Abstract

NAPAP was an institutional innovation of great benefit in bringing the United States to a decision on acid precipitation control. The nation's return from the $600 000 000 investment in NAPAP will be greater still if the lessons learned in the course of its existence are put to proper use in the future. This essay concentrates on the lessons learned about the interface between science and public policy as experienced in NAPAP.

DOI: 10.2307/1941765

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@article{Russell1992LessonsFN, title={Lessons from NAPAP.}, author={Milton Russell}, journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America}, year={1992}, volume={2 2}, pages={107-110} }