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Andrew J. Friedland is professor in the environmental studies program at Dartmouth College. Carol L. Folt is dean of the faculty and professor in the department of biological sciences at Dartmouth College.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. vii|
|A Note to the Reader||p. xiv|
|Getting Started||p. 1|
|Authorship from Start to Finish||p. 15|
|Basic Organization and Effective Communication||p. 26|
|Developing Your Conceptual Framework and Significance Statement||p. 35|
|A Title May Be More Important Than You Think||p. 49|
|The Project Summary Guides the Reader||p. 59|
|Objectives, Hypotheses, and Specific Aims: An Exhaustive List Is Exhausting||p. 78|
|Lay the Foundation in the Introduction||p. 90|
|Experimental Design and Methods: What Will You Actually Do?||p. 106|
|Plan for Expected and Unexpected Results||p. 124|
|The Timeline Is a Reality Check||p. 129|
|References in Detail: How Many and How Recent?||p. 134|
|Preparing a Budget||p. 141|
|Submitting and Tracking Your Proposal||p. 150|
|The Three R's: Rethink, Revise, and Resubmit||p. 156|
|Consider Private Foundations for Funding of Innovative Research||p. 162|
|Team Science for Tackling Complex Problems||p. 176|
|Ethics and Research||p. 189|
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