Co-designed ecological research for more effective management and conservation.

Published online
19 Jul 2022
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Journal article
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Ecological Solutions and Evidence

Kurle, C. & Cadotte, M. W. & Jones, H. P. & Seminoff, J. A. & Newton, E. L. & Seo MinhYuk
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This paper highlights the benefits of co-designed applied research to encourage potential collaborators to 'reach across the aisle', dispel the perception of limitations and hurdles and detail aspects that are found helpful for maximizing the success of co-designed research. Co-designed research can serve to maximize the benefits of practitioner-derived long-term data and information collection for managing species and ecosystems while also increasing the scientific productivity of all involved.

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