Improving knowledge exchange among scientists and decision-makers to enable the adaptive governance of marine resources
A critical factor underpinning the success of adaptive governance arrangements is the generation and sharing of new information, as well as the capacity of management organisations to learn from new information. To date, however, this remains a significant challenge which continues to undermine the long term sustainable management of ecological goods and services. In this thesis, using Australian coral reef systems as a case study, I provide one of the first quantitative analyses of the...[Show more]
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