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Concluding reflections and planning the next research cycle[Chapter 12 in: Allen, W.J. allenw@landcare.cri.nz (2001) Working together for environmental management: the role of information sharing and collaborative learning. PhD (Development Studies), Massey University.] This chapter summarises the aims and activities of the work undertaken through this action research inquiry, and briefly reviews the outcomes as a means of demonstrating relevance. Future areas of activity with the potential to leverage improved information flows within environmental research and management are suggested as: i) improving participation and the use of local knowledge in the research process; ii) improving the dissemination and use of this knowledge in the wider community through improved networking and collaboration; and iii) capacity building -- supporting these approaches -- through participatory monitoring a…
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The need to link 'soft' and 'hard' research activities within multi-disciplinary science teams[Chapter 11 in: Allen, W.J. webmanager (at) learningforsustainability.net (2001) Working together for environmental management: the role of information sharing and collaborative learning. PhD (Development Studies), Massey University.] Time period in which main work on this issue carried out: Jul- 94Jan- 95Jul- 95Jan- 96Jul- 96Jan- 97Jul- 97Jan- 98Jul- 98Jan- 99Jul- 99Jan- 00 Allen, W.J. & Kilvington, M.J. (1999) Why involving people is important: The forgotten part of environmental information system management. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Multiple Objective Decision Support Systems for Land, Water and Environmental Management (MODSS '99) Brisbane, Australia, 1- 6 August 1999. The importance of ensuring that the 'participatory' component of a science programme is integrally linked with other aspec…

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Back to contents Copy paste from: http://learningforsustainability.net/research/thesis/thesis_ch11.html CHAPTER 11
The need to link 'soft' and 'hard' research activities within multi-disciplinary science teams[Chapter 11 in: Allen, W.J. webmanager (at) learningforsustainability.net (2001) Working together for environmental management: the role of information sharing and collaborative learning. PhD (Development Studies), Massey University.] Time period in which main work on this issue carried out: Jul- 94Jan- 95Jul- 95Jan- 96Jul- 96Jan- 97Jul- 97Jan- 98Jul- 98Jan- 99Jul- 99Jan- 00 Allen, W.J. & Kilvington, M.J. (1999) Why involving people is important: The forgotten part of environmental information system management. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Multiple Objective Decision Support Systems for Land, Water and Environmental Management (MODSS '99) Brisbane, Australia, 1- 6 August 1999. The importance of ensuring that the 'participatory' …

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The role of the Internet in supporting information sharing among change management professionals[Chapter 10 in: Allen, W.J. webmanager (at) learningforsustainability.net (2001) Working together for environmental management: the role of information sharing and collaborative learning. PhD (Development Studies), Massey University.] Time period in which main work on this issue carried out: Jul- 94Jan- 95Jul- 95Jan- 96Jul- 96Jan- 97Jul- 97Jan- 98Jul- 98Jan- 99Jul- 99Jan- 00 Allen, W. (2000) NRM-changelinks: Improving Community Participation in Environment & Development. Available from <http://nrm-changelinks.net/> (Accessed 4 October 2000). The use of the Internet for bringing a diverse range of information together is illustrated through the accompanying website, and it is used here as a case study example. The growing need for this sort of support for action researchers is shown. The d…

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Helping groups to learn enthusiastically -- roles for information, the Internet, and agency support[Chapter 9 in: Allen, W.J. webmanager (at) learningforsustainability.net (2001) Working together for environmental management: the role of information sharing and collaborative learning. PhD (Development Studies), Massey University.] Time period in which main work on this issue carried out: Jul- 94Jan- 95Jul- 95Jan- 96Jul- 96Jan- 97Jul- 97Jan- 98Jul- 98Jan- 99Jul- 99Jan- 00 Allen, W., Bosch, O., Kilvington, M., Oliver, J.& Gilbert, M. (2000) Benefits of collaborative learning for environmental management: Applying the Integrated Systems for Knowledge Management approach to support animal pest control.Journal of Environmental Management27(2): 215-223 * This chapter looks more closely at the application of ISKM through a case study to improve the use of information within bovine Tb vector contro…

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Social and organisational issues with adaptive management for environmental management[Chapter 8 in: Allen, W.J. webmanager (at) learningforsustainability.net (2001) Working together for environmental management: the role of information sharing and collaborative learning. PhD (Development Studies), Massey University.] Time period in which main work on this issue carried out: Jul- 94Jan- 95Jul- 95Jan- 96Jul- 96Jan- 97Jul- 97Jan- 98Jul- 98Jan- 99Jul- 99Jan- 00 Allen, W.J., Bosch, O.J.H., Kilvington, M.J., Harley, D.G. & Brown I. (2001) Monitoring and adaptive management: resolving social and organisational issues to improve information sharingNatural Resources Forum *
Although the HMP concluded in June 1996, its work carried on within the expanded tussock grasslands research programme which still emphasised the need for adaptive management and ISKM as a framework. However, despite the availa…