Integrating basic research and long-term management: a case study using avian research at the Savannah River SiteAuthor(s): John B. Dunning; John C. Kilgo
Source: Studies in Avian Biology. 21: 3-7.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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In this introduction to Avian Research at the Savannah River Site: A Model for Integrating Basic Research and Long-term Management, editors Dunning and Kilgo discuss the interrelationship between research and management at the Savannah River Site. They emphasize the increasing need for collaboration between scientists and land managers. Dunning and Kilgo introduce the collection of papers that outline how research in a variety of avian ecology fields has been conducted within a management framework at the Savannah River Site.
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CitationDunning, John B., Jr.; Kilgo, John C. 2000. Integrating basic research and long-term management: a case study using avian research at the Savannah River Site. Studies in Avian Biology. 21: 3-7.
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