Freshwater Science - Bridges: Conservation partnerships between scientists and non-profit agencies
Published On: 6/10/2014
Freshwater Science - BRIDGES cluster: The role of conservation partnerships between scientists and non-profit agencies in freshwater science and management
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Kashian, D.R., A. Krause, L. Sano, K. Drouillard, and B. Nowell. 2014. Capacity building in stakeholders around Detroit River fish consumption advisory issues. Freshwater Science 33(2):674-678.
Isley, E.S., A.D. Steinman, P.N. Isley, and M.A. Parsell. 2014. Building partnerships to tackle conservation and management of West Michigan's natural resources. Freshwater Science 33(2):679-685.
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