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Transdisciplinary synthesis for ecosystem science, policy and management: The Australian experience

Lynch, A.J.J.; Thackway, Richard; Specht, A.; Beggs, Paul John; Brisbane, S.; Burns, Emma; Byrne, Margaret; Capon, S.; Casanova, M.T.; Clarke, Philip A.; Davies, Janet M; Dovers, Stephen; Dwyer, R.G.; Ens, Emilie-Jane; Fisher, D.O.; Flanigan, M.; Garnier, E; Guru, S.M.; Kilminster, K.; Locke, J.; Mac Nally, Ralph Charles; McMahon, K.M.; Mitchell, P.J.; Pierson, Jennifer; Rodgers, E.M.; Russell-Smith, Jeremy; Udy, J.; Waycott, M.


Mitigating the environmental effects of global population growth, climatic change and increasing socio-ecological complexity is a daunting challenge. To tackle this requires synthesis: the integration of disparate information to generate novel insights from heterogeneous, complex situations where there are diverse perspectives. Since 1995, a structured approach to inter-, multi- and trans-disciplinary. 1 1Transdisciplinary: A theory, methodology, point of view or perspective that transcends...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Science of the Total Environment
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.04.100


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