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From scientists to the public: Communicating results of ecological research

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Political scientist dealing with environmental perception studies and the collection and transmittal of information within Unesco's Man and the Biosphere Programme. She is especially interested in the interpretation and presentation of scientific information in ways useful to decision making and environmental education.

Zoologist by training responsible for Unesco's Man and the Biosphere Programme. Formerly the scientific co-ordinator of the Terrestrian Productivity Section of the International Biological Programme (IBP). Has had extensive experience in tropical-forest management, especially in South-East Asia.

Consultant with Unesco's Man and the Biosphere Programme. Worked with the United Nations Environment Programme and various non-governmental environmental organizations. Specialized in ecology with a particular interest in ethics, conservation and social responsibility.

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Damlamian, J., Hadley, M. & Wayburn, L. From scientists to the public: Communicating results of ecological research. Prospects 15, 607–613 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02197929

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