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By integrating the research and resources of hundreds of scientists from dozens of institutions, network-level science is fast becoming one scientific model of choice to address complex problems. In the

By integrating the research and resources of hundreds of scientists from dozens of institutions, network-level science is fast becoming one scientific model of choice to address complex problems. In the pursuit to confront pressing environmental issues such as climate change, many scientists, practitioners, policy makers, and institutions are promoting network-level research that integrates the social and ecological sciences.

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    Romolini, M., Record, S., Garvoille, R., Marusenko, Y., & Geiger, R. S. (2013). The Next Generation of Scientists: Examining the Experiences of Graduate Students in Network-Level Social-Ecological Science. Ecology and Society, 18(3). doi:10.5751/es-05606-180342

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