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The dysfunctional use of resources in modern societies arises from increasingly fragmented ways of understanding natural resources. Consequently, there have been repeated calls for integrative knowledge production, and various approaches to integration have been proposed, including such as interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary resource research and integrated resource management. The conceptual space proposed here can be applied as a tool for imagining and designing new approaches, methods, and research techniques toward a more reflexive understanding of integration-oriented research on natural resources Show more
Journal / seriesGAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society
Subjectco-production; integrative research; interdisciplinarity; natural resources; transdisciplinarity
Organisational unit02351 - D-USYS TdLab (transdisciplinary laboratory)
NotesPublished online 1 January 2017.
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