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Removing Dams, Constructing Science: Watershed Restoration Through A Socio-Eco-Technical Systems Lens
Ecological conservation and restoration in the anthropocene must struggle with overlapping drivers of biodiversity and cultural loss; ruptures of the ecological environment mirror ruptures of human relationships with nature. And yet technology cannot remove humans from nature; technological and infrastructural reconfigurations of nature create new vulnerabilities and risks for humans and ecosystems alike. How can conservation and restoration science productively grapple with complexdoi:10.15760/etd.6399 fatcat:34ab2pndibaavkn7abu44akuhq