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Author response to the commentary by A. L. Bercht on “Understanding the need for adaptation in a natural resource dependent community in Northern Norway: issue salience, values and worldviews”

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Dannevig, H., Hovelsrud, G.K. Author response to the commentary by A. L. Bercht on “Understanding the need for adaptation in a natural resource dependent community in Northern Norway: issue salience, values and worldviews”. Climatic Change 144, 573–575 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-017-2063-4

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