Gobster, P.H., K. Floress, L.M. Westphal, C.A. Watkins, J. Vining and A. Wali
Beyond these findings, results also suggest that support should be viewed as a multidimensional concept that involves perceptual, demographic, and structural components which often differ for different practices. Managers can use the information provided here to increase their understanding of the relative nature of restoration support and devise holistic social-ecological strategies to achieve restoration success.