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Bringing Molecular Tools into Environmental Resource Management: Untangling the Molecules to Policy Pathway

By Raphael Sagarin, Jens Carlsson, Michelle Duval, Wilson Freshwater, Matthew H Godfrey, Wayne Litaker, Roldan Muñoz, Rachel Noble, Tom Schultz and Bennett Wynne


New advances in molecular biology can be invaluable tools in resource management, but they are best incorporated through a collaborative process with managers who understand the most pressing questions, practical limitations, and political constraints

Topics: Perspectives
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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