China-UK Knowledge Exchange Project for Their Critical Zone Programme

  1. Larissa A. Naylor
  2. David M. Oliver

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Description: This research was undertaken for the China-UK Critical Zone (CZ) Project which comprises five research projects conducted in China during 2016-2018 inclusive to identify more sustainable land management practises. This study explores what knowledge transfer and knowledge exchange activities can facilitate communication and understanding between academics and the non-academic groups in these CZ research areas in the context of Chinese culture, especially in Chinese rural areas.


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  • Summary Report of China-UK Knowledge Exchange Project for Their Critical Zone Programme

    Zheng, Naylor, Waldron & 1 more
    Global to local environmental policy-making is increasingly evidenced-based. Knowledge exchange (KE) is increasingly used by environmental scientists ...

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  • Report for the Puding Government on the China-UK Karst Knowledge Exchange Project

    Zheng, Naylor, Waldron & 2 more
    The report summaries the first stage output from the Knowledge Exchange (KE) research carried out in one of China’s rural areas in the karst landscape...

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