Publication year: 2010 Source: Biological Conservation, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 3 December 2010 L., Rumpff , D.H., Duncan , P.A., Vesk , D.A., Keith , B.A., Wintle Adaptive Management (AM) is widely advocated as an approach to dealing with uncertainty in natural resource management as it provides an explicit framework for motivating, designing and interpreting the results of monitoring. One of the major factors impeding implementation is the failure to use appropriate process models; a core element of AM. Process models represent beliefs about the properties and dynamics of an ecological system and ecosystem responses to management

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State-and-transition modelling for Adaptive Management of native woodlands