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    • Continuous adaptation through genetic communication: a putative role for cell-free DNA 

      Peters, Dimetrie L.; Pretorius, Piet J. (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
      Introduction: The virtosome fraction of cell-free DNA, being newly synthesised, capable of horizontal gene transfer (HGT) and subsequent genomic incorporation and expression, may play crucial roles in the biological functions ...
    • Embracing evolutionary change to advance impact assessment (IA) 

      Jones, Megan; Morrison-Saunders, Angus (Taylor & Francis, 2019)
      Impact assessment (IA) originated as, and continues to be, an instrument that contributes towards sustainable development. In response to the considerable sustainability challenges facing our planet this article argues for ...
    • Evolution or revolution: where next for impact assessment? 

      Banhalmi-Zakar, Zsuzsa; Pope, Jenny; Gronow, Claire; Wilkinson, Lachlan; Jenkins, Bryan (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
      Impact assessment (IA) has become one of the most prevalent environmental policy instruments today. Its introduction under the National Environmental Policy Act (US) in 1969 was revolutionary. Perhaps it is not surprising, ...
    • Evolution or revolution? Reflecting on IA effectiveness in Thailand 

      Chanchitpricha, Chaunjit; Bond, Alan J. (Taylor & Francis, 2019)
      This paper investigates whether the Thai impact assessment (IA) system should develop through revolution or evolution. A timeline of the Thai IA system is mapped to show its development to date. Aspects of effectiveness ...