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Adaptive Natural Resource Planning

A prototypical process flow for adaptive natural resource management. It includes the steps in a typical structured planning process, as well the post planning steps such as implementation, monitoring, and review to improve actions that are needed for management to be adaptive. The management process itself is iterative, with the results of implementing plans being the starting point for the next planning process. If the goal of managing the resource is to sustain that resource over time, planning thus becomes a sub process in a larger cyclical, sustainable process. Process workflow for adaptive natural resource planning

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