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Broadening Participation in Biological Monitoring: Guidelines...

Evaluating the Usefulness and Goals of Collaboration

In the left navigation bar, see Collaborations: "...we emphasize the need for clarity regarding reasons to collaborate...and suggest means to make collaboration work."

 

Broadening Participation in Biological Monitoring: Guidelines...

Making Systematic and Collaborative Decisions

In the left navigation bar, see Decisions: "Making systematic decisions involves using clear, understandable, and jointly agreed-upon processes..."

 

Broadening Participation in Biological Monitoring: Guidelines...

Developing Good Understandings and Agreements

In the left navigation bar, see Communication: "...engaging in clear communication with individuals who do not share our background can be one of the most difficult things we do."

 

Broadening Participation in Biological Monitoring: Guidelines...

Understanding Motivations, Concerns, and Anticipated Benefits

In the left navigation bar, see Incentives: "Stakeholders typically anticipate benefits and express concerns about participation..."

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