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- Lockhart, Brian Roy, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Forest policy and economics 2009 v.11 no.8 pp. 539-547
- forests; understory; shrubs; endangered species; information sources; environmental impact; research; planning; public sector; public opinion; experimental design; Lindera; case studies; quality control; data collection; USDA Forest Service; stakeholders; Southeastern United States
- ... The need for knowledge, ranging from development of new products or processes to the effects of specific actions on the environment, is greater now than at any point in the past. The greater need for research has generated stakeholder involvement in the research process. As a result, all facets of research, from planning through publication of results, are often scrutinized by stakeholders. While ...