The paper reports the results of a survey that examines the status of conflict and conflict management at the forest level.
Research supported by the Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota; Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station; and the Conflict and Change Center, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. Published as paper no. 20,820 of the miscellaneous journal series of the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
Cheng, Antony S.; Anderson White, T.; Hacker, Jan J.; Ellefson, Paul V..
Managing public forests in a shared-power world : the integration of conflict management principles into USDA-Forest Service planning and management..
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