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Science and policy mismatch in coastal zone ecosystem management. / Paterson, David Maxwell; Hanley, Nick; Black, Kevin; Defew, Emma Clare; Solan, Martin.

In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 434, 2011, p. 201-202.

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Paterson, DM, Hanley, N, Black, K, Defew, EC & Solan, M 2011, 'Science and policy mismatch in coastal zone ecosystem management' Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 434, pp. 201-202. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps09279

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Paterson, D. M., Hanley, N., Black, K., Defew, E. C., & Solan, M. (2011). Science and policy mismatch in coastal zone ecosystem management. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 434, 201-202. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps09279

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Paterson DM, Hanley N, Black K, Defew EC, Solan M. Science and policy mismatch in coastal zone ecosystem management. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011;434:201-202. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps09279

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Paterson, David Maxwell ; Hanley, Nick ; Black, Kevin ; Defew, Emma Clare ; Solan, Martin. / Science and policy mismatch in coastal zone ecosystem management. In: Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011 ; Vol. 434. pp. 201-202.

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