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Changing Human Behavior Through Story-Telling. Chapter in a Canadian report.

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17-03-027October 2017
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Author(s) Krembs, C.
Description A Washington State Department of Ecology employee, Christopher Krembs, PhD, wrote a chapter in a Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) report: State of the Physical, Biological and Selected Fishery Resources of Pacific Canadian Marine Ecosystems in 2016.

The chapter (p. 223-227) is entitled, “Changing Human Behavior Through Story-Telling.” See PDF file above.

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Keywords communication of science, public outreach, story telling, marine water quality, Canada, ocean, Puget Sound
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