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When making decisions about forest and environmental management, managers and policymakers often rely upon scientific knowledge. There is a well-docum...Read more
The biological knowledge and associated values and beliefs of Indigenous and other long-resident Peoples are often overlooked and underrepresented in ...Read more
This paper describes an assessment how decision-makers and other potential knowledge users (1) perceive, evaluate, and use western-based scientific, i...Read more
This special section, which contains 5 papers, highlights some of the many benefits which can occur when research and decision-making are informed by ...Read more
Human activities and development have contributed to declines in biodiversity across the globe. Understanding and addressing biodiversity loss will re...Read more
Including different forms of knowledges and views in decision-making is crucial to managing the complexity of social-ecological systems (SES) in ways ...Read more
Participatory research methodologies incorporating local knowledge are important to the success of ecological research and the sustainable management ...Read more
Successful conservation efforts have led to recent increases of large mammals such as European bison Bison bonasus, moose Alces alces and grey wolf Ca...Read more
We studied the natural history knowledge (NHK) of students (18-19 years), considering the salience of nature expressed through the knowledge of names ...Read more
(1). For decades, the working paradigm for ecological restoration was independent operation of knowledge generators (researchers and scientists) and k...Read more