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Table of Contents: Volume 12, Issue 2

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Editorial
Reflective Practice
Lance Gunderson, Carl Folke, and Marco A Janssen
Guest Editorial
Conserving and Restoring Old Growth in Frequent-fire Forests: Cycles of Disruption and Recovery
Dave Egan
Research
Domestic Forests: A New Paradigm for Integrating Local Communities’ Forestry into Tropical Forest Science
Geneviève Michon, Hubert de Foresta, Patrice Levang, and Francois Verdeaux
The Principles of Conservation and Development: Do They Apply in Malinau?
A K Boedhihartono, Petrus Gunarso, Patrice Levang, and Jeff Sayer
Mechanisms of Resilience in Common-pool Resource Management Systems: an Agent-based Model of Water Use in a River Basin
Maja Schlüter and Claudia Pahl-Wostl
Social Learning and Water Resources Management
Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Marc Craps, Art Dewulf, Erik Mostert, David Tabara, and Tharsi Taillieu
Charting the New Territory of Adaptive Co-management: A Delphi Study
Ryan Plummer and Derek R Armitage
Relating Biodiversity and Landscape Spatial Patterning to Land Ownership Regimes in Northeastern Mexico
Miguel Alfonso Ortega-Huerta and Karla Kae Kral
Poverty and Environmental Services: Case Study in Way Besai Watershed, Lampung Province, Indonesia
S. Suyanto, Noviana Khususiyah, and Beria Leimona
A Framing Approach to Cross-disciplinary Research Collaboration: Experiences from a Large-scale Research Project on Adaptive Water Management
Art Dewulf, Greet François, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, and Tharsi Taillieu
Cultural Factors as Co-Determinants of Participation in River Basin Management
Bert Enserink, Mita Patel, Nicole Kranz, and Josefina Maestu
Using Backcast Land-Use Change and Groundwater Travel-Time Models to Generate Land-Use Legacy Maps for Watershed Management
Bryan Pijanowski, Deepak K Ray, Anthony D Kendall, Jonah M Duckles, and David W Hyndman
Understanding the Consequences of Property Rights Mismatches: a Case Study of New Zealand’s Marine Resources
Tracy Yandle
Sustaining Biodiversity in the Oregon Coast Range: Potential effects of Forest Policies in a Multi-ownership Province
Brenda C McComb, Thomas A. Spies, and Keith A. Olsen
Managing Change toward Adaptive Water Management through Social Learning
Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Jan Sendzimir, Paul Jeffrey, Jeroen Aerts, Ger Berkamp, and Katharine Cross
Household Land Management and Biodiversity: Secondary Succession in a Forest-Agriculture Mosaic in Southern Mexico
Rinku Roy Chowdhury
Transfer of Knowledge on Agroforestry Management Practices: the Structure of Farmer Advice Networks
Marney E Isaac, Bonnie H Erickson, S. James Quashie-Sam, and Vic R Timmer
Facing the Adaptive Management Challenge: Insights from Transition Management
Rutger van der Brugge and Roel van Raak
Will Forests Remain in the Face of Oil Palm Expansion? Simulating Change in Malinau, Indonesia
Marieke Sandker, Aritta Suwarno, and Bruce M Campbell
Insight
A Toolkit Modeling Approach for Sustainable Forest Management Planning: Achieving Balance between Science and Local Needs
Brian R. Sturtevant, Andrew Fall, Daniel D. Kneeshaw, Neal P. P. Simon, Michael J. Papaik, Kati Berninger, Frédérik Doyon, Don G. Morgan, and Christian Messier
Bridges and Barriers to Developing and Conducting Interdisciplinary Graduate-Student Team Research
Wayde Cameron Morse, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Jo Ellen Force, and J. D. Wulfhorst
Citizen Science as a Tool for Conservation in Residential Ecosystems
Caren B Cooper, Janis Dickinson, Tina Phillips, and Rick Bonney
Developing Adaptation and Adapting Development
Maria Carmen Lemos, Emily Boyd, Emma L Tompkins, Henny Osbahr, and Diana Liverman
Innovation and Metastability: a Systems Model
Nick Winder
A Collaborative Research Process Studying Fruit Availability and Seed Dispersal within an Indigenous Community in the Middle Caqueta River Region, Colombian Amazon
Angela Parrado-Rosselli
Perspective
Revolt and Remember: How the Shimshal Nature Trust Develops and Sustains Social-Ecological Resilience in Northern Pakistan
Mehjabeen Abidi-Habib and Anna Lawrence
Synthesis
Sustainability Learning in Natural Resource Use and Management
J. David Tàbara and Claudia Pahl-Wostl
Linking Ecosystem Health Indicators and Collaborative Management: a Systematic Framework to Evaluate Ecological and Social Outcomes
Tischa A Muñoz-Erickson, Bernardo Aguilar-González, and Thomas D. Sisk
An Update on the Scholarly Networks on Resilience, Vulnerability, and Adaptation within the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change
Marco A Janssen
Living among Frequent-fire Forests: Human History and Cultural Perspectives
Alexandra Murphy, Jesse Abrams, Terry Daniel, and Victoria Yazzie
The Tribal Perspective of Old Growth in Frequent-fire Forests—Its History
Victoria Yazzie
Defining Old Growth for Fire-adapted Forests of the Western United States
Merrill R. Kaufmann, Daniel Binkley, Peter Z. Fulé, Marlin Johnson, Scott L. Stephens, and Thomas W. Swetnam
The Role of Old-growth Forests in Frequent-fire Landscapes
Daniel Binkley, Tom Sisk, Carol Chambers, Judy Springer, and William Block
Past, Present, and Future Old Growth in Frequent-fire Conifer Forests of the Western United States
Scott R. Abella, W. Wallace Covington, Peter Z. Fulé, Leigh B. Lentile, Andrew J. Sánchez Meador, and Penelope Morgan
Old-growth Policy
Diane Vosick, David M Ostergren, and Lucy Murfitt
Managing for Old Growth in Frequent-fire Landscapes
Carl E. Fiedler, Peter Friederici, Mark Petruncio, Charles Denton, and W. David Hacker
Monitoring Old Growth in Frequent-fire Landscapes
Carl E. Fiedler, Peter Friederici, and Mark Petruncio
The Six Faces of Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Challenges and Opportunities for Canadian Co-Management Arrangements
Nicolas Houde
The Evolutionary Basis of Rigidity: Locks in Cells, Minds, and Society
Marten Scheffer and Frances R Westley
Locust Control in Transition: The Loss and Reinvention of Collective Action in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan
Kazbek Toleubayev, Kees Jansen, and Arnold van Huis
Response
Plausible Stories or Tall Tales?
A response to: Schneider et al. 2007. “Scenarios are Plausible Stories about the Future, not Forecasts”
Donald Earl Harron
Using Citizens to Do Science Versus Citizens as Scientists
A response to: Cooper et al. 2007. “Citizen Science as a Tool for Conservation in Residential Ecosystems”
Shyamal Lakshminarayanan
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