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Adaptive Resource Management  

Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability

Adaptive resource management is a management strategy appropriate for use when there is uncertainty in how the natural resource system would respond to a management action. The goal of adaptive resource management is to iteratively improve management actions by carefully developing, monitoring, and assessing each management action. Adaptive resource management is especially important for maintaining sustainable resources as environmental conditions alter because of climate change or other threats. ...

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