Figure 7.6. Knowledge co-production (adapted from Knapp and Trainor, 2015). Two-way, iterative communication is an important feature of knowledge co-production. In some cases, scientists and decision-makers communicate directly. Boundary organizations can facilitate this communication as well as the transfer of knowledge from scientists to decision-makers.

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Publication: Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic: Perspectives from the Bering-Chukchi-Beaufort Region

Page number: 203

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Caption: Figure 7.6. Knowledge co-production (adapted from Knapp and Trainor, 2015). Two-way, iterative communication is an important feature of knowledge co-production. In some cases, scientists and decision-makers communicate directly. Boundary organizations can facilitate this communication as well as the transfer of knowledge from scientists to decision-makers.

Additional info: Two-way, iterative communication

Copyright: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), 2017

Cartographer / Designer: Burnthebook.co.uk