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    How can the applied scientist provide timely, useful results to the land manager whose job is to save and sustain our complex ecosystems under the scrutiny of the profession, public, and policymakers? Author Robert J. Cabin tells his story in Intelligent Tinkering: Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice.

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    Kern, Christel C. 2012. Values and limitations of applied science in the real world [book review]. Journal of Forestry. 110(5): 287.

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