Connecting human dimensions research to place-based collaboration through science delivery
Connecting human dimensions research to on-the-ground applications is a subject for ongoing experimentation for social scientists. In this case data collected in the context of forest planning on the Bridger Teton National Forest in Wyoming was used to create science delivery mechanisms, in turn aiding the initiation of place-based, targeted collaboration efforts or helping to redirect and re-energize existing but flagging collaborative efforts. These science delivery mechanisms also helped unearth additional areas requiring human dimension exploration. These efforts also appear to be energizing ...
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