Case Study: Multistakeholder Development of State-and-Transition Models: A Case Study from Northwestern Colorado
AuthorBruegger, Retta A.
Fernandez-Gimenez, Maria E.
Tipton, Crystal Y.
Timmer, Jennifer M.
Aldridge, Cameron L.
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CitationBruegger, R. A., Fernandez-Gimenez, M. E., Tipton, C. Y., Timmer, J. M., & Aldridge, C. L. (2016). Case Study: Multistakeholder Development of State-and-Transition Models: A Case Study from Northwestern Colorado. Rangelands, 38(6), 336-341.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
AbstractOn the Ground • Engaging multiple stakeholders in building state-and-transition models (STMs) can increase the credibility and relevance they have to land managers. • Land managers and land stewards may be more likely to use STMs that were developed in collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders. • The quality of STMs is improved when they are repeatedly revised based on new knowledge from research, multiple interactions with local stakeholders, and ecological field data.
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