Interdisciplinary Problem Solving in Species and Ecosystem Conservation
Publication and Source
Clark, T.W. (2001). Interdisciplinary Problem Solving in Species and Ecosystem Conservation. Yale F&ES Bulletin (105), 35-54.
The complex problem of threatened species and ecosystems throughout the world will require an interdisciplinary solution. This paper proposes interdisciplinary problem-solving as a skill that can be taught and applied. For the purpose of conservation, the paper discusses the policy or management process of interdisciplinary problem-solving using a case study on the Yellowstone grizzly bear as an example of applying this approach.