Category: Sociopolitical Research
Title: Monitoring Handbook 1: What is multiparty monitoring?
Author: Derr, T. , * Moote, M.A. , Savage, M. , Schumann, M. , * Abrams, J.B. , McCarthy, L. , * Lowe, K.
Abstract: There are many reasons for monitoring your project and using a multiparty approach. Multiparty monitoring will increase your understanding of the effects of restoration actions, support adaptive management, and set a course for future management. Multiparty monitoring also helps build trust among partners and establish project accountability in the broader community. This handbook will guide you through the initial steps required to develop a multiparty monitoring process.
Source: ERI/USFS Multiparty Monitoring Handbooks
Identifier: Vol. 1, 18p.
Publisher: NAU Ecological Restoration Institute, http://www.eri.nau.edu