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Peer reviewed articles authored by researchers and partners from the NSF funded iUTAH project were gathered and coded to assess project outcomes. Articles were coded to gather the following information: paper ID, citation, scientific discipline (social science, engineering, or integrated science), any non-academic authors, objective, methods, finding, contribution, any explicit stakeholder application, future research mentioned, geographic focus.
|This resource is referenced by||Flint CG, KT Dean, B Yang, and D Jackson-Smith. 2019. Socio-scientific research and practice: evaluating outcomes from a transdisciplinary urban water systems project. Socio-Ecological Practice Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42532-019-00007-5|
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|National Science Foundation||iUTAH: Innovative Urban Transitions in Aridregion Hydrosustainability||1208732|
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