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UTAS_CMS_Pathways to Impact Plan

UTAS CMS Pathways to Impact Plan

We bring together an extraordinary diversity of disciplinary expertise, and consider multiple knowledge systems. We work together in active multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary collaborations to directly address both the theoretical and applied aspects of marine socioecological systems, at local, regional and global scales.
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CMS Research Themes

Discover the 5 themes that over-arch the vision of CMS.
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