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Science Priorities for the Human Dimensions of Global Change Contents  1   Defining Research Needs   1  2   Understanding Land Use Change   9  3   Improving Policy Analysis: Research on the Decision-Making Process   15  4   Designing Policy Instruments and Institutions to Address Energy-Related Environmental Problems   21  5   Assessing Impacts, Vulnerability, and Adaptation to Global Changes   25  6   Understanding Population Dynamics and Global Change   29  7   Conclusion   33     References   35

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