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1 Building a Vermont Forest Research Network the need for increased coordination and cooperation among disciplines and across organizations

2 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already.

3 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society.

4 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth.

5 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone.

6 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required.

7 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives.

8 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap.

9 Source: Bradshaw, G. A. and J. G. Borchers Uncertainty as information: narrowing the science-policy gap. Conservation Ecology 4(1): 7.

10 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance.

11 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem.

12 Sources: Congressional Research Service, Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Census Bureau. US data from 2011.

13 Source: Employment Policies Institute

14 Top reasons for not collaborating more across disciplines and between institutions 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

15 Building a Forest Research Network 10. We collaborate enough already. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

16 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. It’s a winner takes all society. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

17 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. Breadth at the expense of depth. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

18 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Comfort of the comfort zone. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

19 The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely. ~ E.O. Wilson, Consilience, 1998

20 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Innovation space. 6. More study required. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

21 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Innovation space. 6. Building wisdom. 5. No incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

22 We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely. ~ E.O. Wilson, Consilience, 1998

23 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Innovation space. 6. Building wisdom. 5. Group incentives. 4. Science – policy gap. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

24 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Innovation space. 6. Building wisdom. 5. Group incentives. 4. Action research. 3. Objective distance. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

25 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Innovation space. 6. Building wisdom. 5. Group incentives. 4. Action research. 3. Post-normal science. 2. Two cultures problem. 1. Too busy.

26 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Innovation space. 6. Building wisdom. 5. Group incentives. 4. Action research. 3. Post-normal science. 2. Educating for the Anthropocene. 1. Too busy.

27 The real problem of humanity is the following: we have paleolithic emotions; medieval institutions; and god-like technology. ~ E.O. Wilson

28 Building a Forest Research Network through … 10. Genuine collaboration. 9. Co-opetition. 8. A new age of synthesis. 7. Innovation space. 6. Building wisdom. 5. Group incentives. 4. Action research. 3. Post-normal science. 2. Education for the Anthropocene. 1. Changing priorities.

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