Exploring public land's organizational resilience and communication in the context of climate change
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Climate change presents significant ecological and social challenges to natural resource agencies, which are responsible for managing changing landscapes while at the same time communicating the impacts of this phenomenon and associated management responses with an increasingly concerned public audience. In most cases, organizations were not structured to undertake dynamic, interdisciplinary issues, such as climate change and consequently suffer in slow response times and ineffective communication. Due to these challenges this research investigates three separate scales of climate change ...