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Implementation and Evaluation
Implementation and Evaluation

This chapter focuses on practical application of your preparatory work, from the initial assessment through design. We discuss contingency factors that could assist or impede implementation of your project and how to address potential challenges. Factors to consider include timelines, funding sources, political climates, the discovery of additional and new science, and unforeseen outside forces. We also will address how to create contingency plans. Once you have implemented a process, you also will need to evaluate it. In this chapter, we will outline some approaches to evaluation that are appropriate for collaborative environmental conflict management (ECM) processes. In the implementation stage of ECM, it is important to understand and discuss not only how a decision will be carried out ...

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