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C. J. Walters, Adaptive Management of Renewable Resources, (McGraw-Hill, New York, 1986);
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Manning, S. and Sam Pearsall (2005) “Creating an Adaptive Ecosystem Management Network Among Stakeholders of the Lower Roanoke River, North Carolina, USA.” Ecology and Society 10(2):16
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1998 Ontario Forum on AM – “Adaptive Management- Linking Management and Science to Achieve Ecological Sustainability”
Collaborative Adaptive Management Network
The Ecosystem Management Initiative, housed at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, is working to create “a new generation of adaptive organizations by building on-the-ground capacity for evaluation and adaptive management.”
New Zealand’s Lincoln University presents an on-line adaptive management resource guide. The site includes an Introduction to adaptive management (Jacobson, C. (August 2003), examples of adaptive management programs by country, reports, papers, and numerous links.
The Center for Applied River Science at the River Institute presents an overview of adaptive management and an interesting discussion of its application to stream ecosystem restoration.