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Communicating science to decision makers
Date:7/8/2009

Many researchers, particularly those involved with projects with implications for environmental or public health management and policy, want to communicate research findings to appropriate decision makers, news media outlets, or the general public. This webinar presents information and findings from the HBFR Science Links Program, an experiment conducted by scientists and engineers affiliated with the Hubbard Brook Forest Research program. The HBFR Science Links Program demonstrates how a team of scientists can identify and plan a program that effectively delivers timely scientific findings to audiences that need the information to inform decision making.

Pre-registration is required for this webinar.


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Contact: Jenna Jadin
jjadin@aibs.org
202-628-1500 x229
American Institute of Biological Sciences
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