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Precautionary Procedures: Tools of Analysis and Intention
A Checklist for Precautionary Decisions
The Checklist at Work
Answering the Critics
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Sustainable forestry: From monitoring and modelling to knowledge and policy science. 2007. Reynolds, K. et al. (editors). Link.
Information Management: Barrier or Bridge to Integrating Natural Resources Science and Management? 2007. Bingham, B. George Wright Forum 24(2).
Integrating Science and Management: Becoming Who We Thought We Were. 2007. Soukup, M. George Wright Forum 24(2).
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The Role of Science in Public Policy: Higher Reason, or Reason for Hire? 2007. Haller, S. and J. Gerrie. J of Ag and Enviromnmental Ethics 20(2); 139-165. Link.