A systematic review and "meta-study" of meta-analytical approaches to the human dimensions of environmental change
The human dimensions of environmental change across various spatial and temporal scales have formed a fast-growing field of study in the past decades. Given the large accumulation of scientific studies on this topic, a logical research question is whether we can draw out common patterns of causal relationships from this diverse body of literature. Meta-analysis provides a particularly useful tool for summarizing and integrating results across studies. Although there has been a growing number of...[Show more]
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|Source:||Human Ecology Review|
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