Lisa Seales

Lisa Seales
University of Florida | UF · School of Natural Resources and Environment

PhD

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Algunos de los que leen este libro sin duda se preguntarán en algún momento sobre la verdadera importancia de la investigación en la Estación de Biodiversidad Tiputini (EBT). Al final, ¿para qué tanto esfuerzo a favor de una estación científica tan pequeña? ¿Cómo podría un país del tamaño del Ecuador competir en el campo científico frente a países...
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Background/Question/Methods Multiple actors, competing interests, incomplete information, complexity, and uncertainty plague resource management; a major challenge is the identification of governance approaches appropriate for navigating the management process. Collaborative governance, specifically public-private partnerships, is one such approa...
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The articles in this Special Feature stem from a 2010 conference (Bridging Conservation and Development in Latin America and Africa) organized by the University of Florida's Tropical Conservation Development Program, Center for African Studies, and Center for Latin American Studies. The conference involved researchers and practitioners from Africa...
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The Andes range and the Amazon basin represent the most diverse biological community on earth and the largest tropical forest on earth, respectively, but they are historically understudied by biologists. In this paper we provide the first quantitative description of the volume and geographical distribution of ecological research in these regions. W...
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We reviewed 1333 papers published in Biotropica and the Journal of Tropical Ecology from 1995 to 2004. Only 62 percent of tropical countries were represented in our survey, with 62 percent of the publications based on research conducted in only ten countries. Sixty-two percent of papers had lead authors that were based at institutions outside the c...
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We reviewed 1333 papers published in Biotropica and the Journal of Tropical Ecology from 1995 to 2004. Only 62 percent of tropical countries were represented in our survey, with 62 percent of the publications based on research conducted in only ten countries. Sixty-two percent of papers had lead authors that were based at institutions outside the c...

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