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This guide is the compiled work of 20 environmental educators participating in a project-based on-...
Worldwide, there are approximately 16,000 remote webcams in nature providing users with an...
Many dimensions of wildfire risk are challenging to U.S. federal land management agencies who...
Interviews are a method of eliciting answers to predetermined questions from one individual at a...
The North American Association for Environmental Education created this workbook for practitioners.
This method administers the paired comparison experiment that presents the pairs of items on the...
A standardized list of questions that may be administered formally or informally by mail, telephone...
Use of data that was collected by individuals other than the investigator. This includes newspapers...
Predictive modeling is a technique that creates a model that can be used to project the future of...
Demography is the study of the characteristics of human populations, such as size, growth, density...
Cost-benefit analysis provides an organizational framework for identifying, quantifying, and...
Comparative research looks at two or more similar groups, individuals, or conditions by comparing...
How to Communicate Successfully Regarding Nature-Based Solutions: Key Lessons from Research with...
Originally written for recipients of National Science Foundation grants, this handbook is...
This handbook begins with a brief history of project evaluation and its use in modern society.
Does lethal control of wolves affect the inclination to kill wolves illegally; does agency trust or...
The Potential for Conflict Index (PCI) was developed to facilitate understanding and applicability...