The Community-based Monitoring Handbook: Lessons from the Arctic and beyond
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"The Community-based Monitoring Handbook has been written to enhance the role of community-based observations in current and emerging research projects in the Arctic. The main principles of community-based monitoring activities, such as inclusiveness, respect for and recognition of knowledge-holder rights and beneficence, are the same across disciplines and geographical areas. Thus, this information could be applied to broader monitoring efforts and non-Arctic regions."
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