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000015543 245__ $$aECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT AND THE FLORIDA EVERLADES: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL SCIENTISTS
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000015543 269__ $$a1997-07
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000015543 336__ $$aJournal Article
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000015543 520__ $$aRecently many state and federal agencies in the U.S. have embraced an ecosystems management approach to environmental protection and regulation.  This approach requires a high degree of cooperation between natural and social scientists to translate policy objectives into research hypotheses, models, and evaluation procedures to guide implementation decisions.  An adaptive procedure to guide interdisciplinary research is described and illustrated with highlights of recent progress and pitfalls from the restoration initiative for the Everglades/South Florida ecosystem.
000015543 650__ $$aResource /Energy Economics and Policy
000015543 6531_ $$aAdaptive management
000015543 6531_ $$aEcosystem management
000015543 6531_ $$aFlorida Everglades
000015543 6531_ $$aInterdisciplinary research
000015543 6531_ $$aSocial science
000015543 700__ $$aMilon, J. Walter
000015543 700__ $$aKiker, Clyde F.
000015543 700__ $$aLee, Donna J.
000015543 773__ $$dJuly 1997$$jVolume 29$$kNumber 1$$o107$$q99$$tJournal of Agricultural and Applied Economics
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000015543 982__ $$gJournal of Agricultural and Applied Economics>Volume 29, Number 01, July 1997
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