Table of Contents: Volume 17, Issue 4
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Reconnecting to the Biosphere: a Social-Ecological Renaissance
Diversified Farming Systems: An Agroecological, Systems-based Alternative to Modern Industrial Agriculture
Sustainability Impact Assessment of Forest Management Alternatives in Europe: an Introductory Background and Framework
The Privilege to Fish
Forestry and Road Development: Direct and Indirect Impacts from an Aboriginal Perspective.
Observations of Everyday Biodiversity: a New Perspective for Conservation?
Resilience and Water Governance: Adaptive Governance in the Columbia River Basin
A Commentary on “Resilience and Water Governance: Adaptive Governance in the Columbia River Basin”
A response to: Cosens and Williams. 2012. “Resilience and Water Governance: Adaptive Governance in the Columbia River Basin”
Response to "Panarchy and the Law"
A response to: Ruhl. 2012. “Panarchy and the Law”
Corporate Social Responsibility or Government Regulation? Evidence on Oil Spill Prevention
The Natural Resource Management Implications of Rural Property Turnover
Suitability of Local Resource Management Practices Based on Supernatural Enforcement Mechanisms in the Local Social-cultural Context
Frames of Scale Challenges in Finnish and Greek Biodiversity Conservation
Understanding Household Connectivity and Resilience in Marginal Rural Communities through Social Network Analysis in the Village of Habu, Botswana
Fit, Interplay, and Scale: A Diagnosis
Protected Areas and Local Communities: an Inevitable Partnership toward Successful Conservation Strategies?
Mismatch Between Scales of Knowledge in Nepalese Forestry: Epistemology, Power, and Policy Implications
Climate Change and Western Public Lands: a Survey of U.S. Federal Land Managers on the Status of Adaptation Efforts
Social-ecological Functions and Vulnerability Framework to Analyze Forest Policy Reforms
Empowering Local People through Community-based Resource Monitoring: a Comparison of Brazil and Namibia
Exploring Dimensions, Scales, and Cross-scale Dynamics from the Perspectives of Change Agents in Social–ecological Systems.
The Network Governance of Urban River Corridors
From coastal timber supply area to Great Bear Rainforest: exploring power in a social–ecological governance innovation.
Pastoralists’ Perception and Ecological Knowledge on Savanna Ecosystem Dynamics in Semi-arid Botswana
Intelligent Tinkering: the Endangered Species Act and Resilience
After the Cap: Risk Assessment, Citizen Science and Disaster Recovery
Establishing the Resilience of a Coastal-marine Social-ecological System to the Installation of Offshore Wind Farms
Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Fisheries Management in the Torres Strait, Australia: the Catalytic Role of Turtles and Dugong as Cultural Keystone Species
Homeowner Associations as a Vehicle for Promoting Native Urban Biodiversity
Illusions of Resilience? An Analysis of Community Responses to Change in Northern Norway.
Wicked Social-Ecological Problems Forcing Unprecedented Change on the Latitudinal Margins of Coral Reefs: the Case of Southwest Madagascar
How Forest Management affects Ecosystem Services, including Timber Production and Economic Return: Synergies and Trade-Offs
Classification of Forest Management Approaches: A New Conceptual Framework and Its Applicability to European Forestry
A Multicriteria Risk Analysis to Evaluate Impacts of Forest Management Alternatives on Forest Health in Europe
A Forest Management Map of European Forests
Diagnosing Institutional Fit: a Formal Perspective
Ecological Conservation, Cultural Preservation, and a Bridge between: the Journey of Shanshui Conservation Center in the Sanjiangyuan Region, Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China
Enabling Effective Problem-oriented Research for Sustainable Development
A Review of Two Payment Schemes for Watershed Services from China and Vietnam: the Interface of Government Control and PES Theory
The Interplay of Well-being and Resilience in Applying a Social-Ecological Perspective
Human Dimensions of Coral Reef Social-Ecological Systems
Of Fish and Fishermen: Shifting Societal Baselines to Reduce Environmental Harm in Fisheries
Urban Ecological and Social-Ecological Research in the City of Cape Town: Insights Emerging from an Urban Ecology CityLab
Fit in the Body: Matching Embodied Cognition with Social-Ecological Systems
Shifting Restoration Policy to Address Landscape Change, Novel Ecosystems, and Monitoring
Ecosystem Services in Biologically Diversified versus Conventional Farming Systems: Benefits, Externalities, and Trade-Offs
The Social Dimensions of Sustainability and Change in Diversified Farming Systems
Nurturing Diversified Farming Systems in Industrialized Countries: How Public Policy Can Contribute
The Role of Rangelands in Diversified Farming Systems: Innovations, Obstacles, and Opportunities in the USA
Book Review: Goldstein, B. E. 2012. Collaborative Resilience: Moving Through Crisis to Opportunity. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Indigenous Participation in Intercultural Education: Learning from Mexico and Tanzania
Syndromes of Production in Agriculture: Prospects for Social-Ecological Regime Change
A Theory on Urban Resilience to Floods—A Basis for Alternative Planning Practices
A Moment of Mental Model Clarity: Response to Jones et al. 2011
A response to: Jones et al. 2011. “Mental Models: An Interdisciplinary Synthesis of Theory and Methods”
Adaptive Capacity as Cultural Practice
A response to: Maru et al. 2012. “A Synthesis of Current Approaches to Traps Is Useful But Needs Rethinking for Indigenous Disadvantage and Poverty Research”