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Creativity abhors prescriptionAuthor(s): Kurt Riitters
Source: Landscape Ecology 26:1359
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionEric Gustafson (2011) has initiated a discussion aimed at advancing the field of landscape ecology by revising scientific publication formats including better use of information technology. I empathize with Eric - it is difficult to determine quickly if a paper is worth reading, and some papers were not worth reading after all.
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CitationRiitters, Kurt. 2011. Creativity abhors prescription. Landscape Ecology 26:1359.
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