Science and Societal Partnerships to Address Cumulative Impacts

@inproceedings{Lundquist2016ScienceAS,
  title={Science and Societal Partnerships to Address Cumulative Impacts},
  author={Carolyn J. Lundquist and Karen T. Fisher and Richard J L Heron and Nick I. Lewis and Joanne I. Ellis and Judi E Hewitt and Alison J. Greenaway and Katie J. Cartner and Tracey C. Burgess-Jones and David R. Schiel and Simon F. Thrush},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Funding and priorities for ocean research are not separate from the underlying sociological, economic, and political landscapes that determine values attributed to ecological systems. Here we present a variation on science prioritization exercises, focussing on inter-disciplinary research questions with the objective of shifting broad scale management practices to better address cumulative impacts and multiple users. Marine scientists in New Zealand from a broad range of scientific and social… CONTINUE READING
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