+44 1803 865913
Series: SUI Technical Series Volume: 3
Edited By: James Oglethorpe
166 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Contains 14 papers from 2 major conferences on Adaptive Management, focusing primarily on resource use in developing nations. The authors have mostly taken a community-based collaborative management framework as their starting point, a perspective which provides a particular view of the relevance of adaptive management and how the related ideas can be most usefully applied. There is a general consensus in favour of consensus; rather than the opposing theory that highlighting difficult choices and testing the options that flow from them is critical to the adaptive management experiment.
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