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Table of Contents: Volume 19, Issue 3

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Guest Editorial
Tropical cities are diverse and deserve more social-ecological attention
Ariel E. Lugo
Introduction to the Special Feature on rebuilding fisheries and threatened communities
Rosemary E Ommer and Barbara Neis
Resilient communities? Collapse and recovery of a social-ecological system in Arctic Norway
Else Grete Broderstad and Einar Eythórsson
Multiple pathways to sustainability in the city: the case of San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tischa A. Muńoz-Erickson
“The fishery went away”: The impacts of long-term fishery closures on young people's experience and perception of fisheries employment in Newfoundland coastal communities
Nicole G. Power, Moss E. Norman, and Kathryne Dupré
Examining fire-prone forest landscapes as coupled human and natural systems
Thomas A Spies, Eric M. White, Jeffrey D Kline, A. Paige Fischer, Alan Ager, John Bailey, John Bolte, Jennifer Koch, Emily Platt, Christine S Olsen, Derric Jacobs, Bruce Shindler, Michelle M Steen-Adams, and Roger Hammer
A sense of change: media designers and artists communicating about complexity in social-ecological systems
Joost M. Vervoort, Diederik H. Keuskamp, Kasper Kok, Ron van Lammeren, Taconis Stolk, Tom (A.) Veldkamp, Joost Rekveld, Ronald Schelfhout, Bart Teklenburg, Andre Cavalheiro Borges, Silvia Jánoškóva, Willem Wits, Nicky Assmann, Erfan Abdi Dezfouli, Kate Cunningham, Berend Nordeman, and Hannah Rowlands
An integrated social and ecological modeling framework—impacts of agricultural conservation practices on water quality
Irem Daloğlu, Joan Iverson Nassauer, Rick Riolo, and Donald Scavia
Does size matter? An assessment of quota market evolution and performance in the Great Barrier Reef fin-fish fishery
James Innes, Olivier Thébaud, Ana Norman-López, and L. Richard Little
Stakeholder participation and sustainable fisheries: an integrative framework for assessing adaptive comanagement processes
Christian Stöhr, Cecilia Lundholm, Beatrice Crona, and Ilan Chabay
Advocacy coalitions, REDD+, and forest governance in Papua New Guinea: how likely is transformational change?
Andrea Babon, Daniel McIntyre, Gae Y. Gowae, Caleb Gallemore, Rachel Carmenta, Monica Di Gregorio, and Maria Brockhaus
Kenyan pastoralist societies in transition: varying perceptions of the value of ecosystem services
Eva Kaye-Zwiebel and Elizabeth King
Effects of methodology and stakeholder disaggregation on ecosystem service valuation
Emma G. E. Brooks, Kevin G. Smith, Robert A. Holland, Guy M. Poppy, and Felix Eigenbrod
Using social representations theory to make sense of climate change: what scientists and nonscientists in Australia think
Gail Moloney, Zoe Leviston, Timothy Lynam, Jennifer Price, Samantha Stone-Jovicich, and Duncan Blair
Socioeconomic drivers of yard sustainable practices in a tropical city
Elvia J. Meléndez-Ackerman, Raúl Santiago-Bartolomei, Cristina P. Vila-Ruiz, Luis E. Santiago, Diana García-Montiel, Julio C. Verdejo-Ortiz, Harold Manrique-Hernández, and Eduardo Hernández-Calo
Plant species richness and abundance in residential yards across a tropical watershed: implications for urban sustainability
Cristina P. Vila-Ruiz, Elvia Meléndez-Ackerman, Raul Santiago-Bartolomei, Diana Garcia-Montiel, Lourdes Lastra, Cielo E. Figuerola, and Jose Fumero-Caban
The spread and maturation of strategic adaptive management within and beyond South African national parks
Stefanie Freitag, Harry Biggs, and Charles Breen
Consilient knowledge in fisheries: a case study of three species of wolffish (Anarhichadidae) listed under the Canadian Species at Risk Act
Jennifer Dawe and David Schneider
Campus sustainability and natural area stewardship: student involvement in adaptive comanagement
Marianne E Krasny and Jesse Delia
People and pixels in the Sahel: a study linking coarse-resolution remote sensing observations to land users’ perceptions of their changing environment in Senegal
Stefanie M. Herrmann, Ibrahima Sall, and Oumar Sy
Lessons for REDD+ from Cameroon’s past forestry law reform: a political economy analysis
Guy Patrice Dkamela, Maria Brockhaus, Felicien Kengoum Djiegni, Jolien Schure, and Samuel Assembe Mvondo
Quantitative, qualitative, and collaborative methods: approaching indigenous ecological knowledge heterogeneity
Jeremy Spoon
REDD+ policy making in Nepal: toward state-centric, polycentric, or market-oriented governance?
Bryan R Bushley
Participation, politics, and panaceas: exploring the possibilities and limits of participatory urban water governance in Accra, Ghana
Cynthia Morinville and Leila M Harris
Integrating societal perspectives and values for improved stewardship of a coastal ecosystem engineer
Steven B Scyphers, J Steven Picou, Robert D Brumbaugh, and Sean P Powers
The challenges of maintaining indigenous ecological knowledge
Joe McCarter, Michael C Gavin, Sue Baereleo, and Mark Love
Scope and precision of sustainability assessment approaches to food systems
Christian Schader, Jan Grenz, Matthias S Meier, and Matthias Stolze
A conceptual framework to evaluate human-wildlife interactions within coupled human and natural systems
Anita T. Morzillo, Kirsten M. de Beurs, and Chelsea J. Martin-Mikle
Diversity, flexibility, and the resilience effect: lessons from a social-ecological case study of diversified farming in the northern Great Plains, USA
Liz Carlisle
Reflection on the development process of a sustainability assessment tool: learning from a Flemish case
Laure Triste, Fleur Marchand, Lies Debruyne, Marijke Meul, and Ludwig Lauwers
A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland
Kristen N. Lowitt
A mixed-methods analysis of social-ecological feedbacks between urbanization and forest persistence
Todd BenDor, Douglas A. Shoemaker, Jean-Claude Thill, Monica A. Dorning, and Ross K. Meentemeyer
The role played by social-ecological resilience as a method of integration in interdisciplinary research
Simone A. Beichler, Sanin Hasibovic, Bart Jan Davidse, and Sonja Deppisch
Three necessary conditions for establishing effective Sustainable Development Goals in the Anthropocene
Albert V. Norström, Astrid Dannenberg, Geoff McCarney, Manjana Milkoreit, Florian Diekert, Gustav Engström, Ram Fishman, Johan Gars, Efthymia Kyriakopoolou, Vassiliki Manoussi, Kyle Meng, Marc Metian, Mark Sanctuary, Maja Schlüter, Michael Schoon, Lisen Schultz, and Martin Sjöstedt
Quantifying spatial scaling patterns and their local and regional correlates in headwater streams: implications for resilience
Emma Göthe, Leonard Sandin, Craig R Allen, and David G Angeler
The green areas of San Juan, Puerto Rico
Olga M. Ramos-González
Exploring agency beyond humans: the compatibility of Actor-Network Theory (ANT) and resilience thinking
Angga Dwiartama and Christopher Rosin
Collaborating for resilience: conflict, collective action, and transformation on Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake
Blake D. Ratner, Kosal Mam, and Guy Halpern
Key characteristics for tool choice in indicator-based sustainability assessment at farm level
Fleur Marchand, Lies Debruyne, Laure Triste, Catherine Gerrard, Susanne Padel, and Ludwig Lauwers
Making social sense of aquaculture transitions
Simon R. Bush and Melissa J. Marschke
Toward increased engagement between academic and indigenous community partners in ecological research
Megan S. Adams, Jennifer Carpenter, Jess A. Housty, Douglass Neasloss, Paul C. Paquet, Christina Service, Jennifer Walkus, and Chris T. Darimont
Three perspectives on motivation and multicriteria assessment of organic food systems
Jeppe Lćssře, Anders Kruse Ljungdalh, Hugo F. Alrře, Egon Noe, Tove Christensen, Alex Dubgaard, Sřren Břye Olsen, Niels Kćrgĺrd, and Peter Kastberg
Information and entropy theory for the sustainability of coupled human and natural systems
Audrey L. Mayer, Richard P. Donovan, and Christopher W. Pawlowski
Emerging synthesis themes from the study of social-ecological systems of a tropical city
Tischa A. Muńoz-Erickson, Ariel E. Lugo, and Braulio Quintero
Potential economic impacts of achieving good environmental status in Black Sea fisheries
Ian C Goulding, Kim A Stobberup, and Tim O’Higgins
The research journey: travels across the idiomatic and axiomatic toward a better understanding of complexity
Katharine A. McGowan, Frances Westley, Evan D. G. Fraser, Philip A. Loring, Kathleen C. Weathers, Flor Avelino, Jan Sendzimir, Rinku Roy Chowdhury, and Michele-Lee Moore
An information ecology approach to science–policy integration in adaptive management of social-ecological systems
Brian G Eddy, Brian Hearn, Joan E Luther, Michael van Zyll de Jong, Wade Bowers, Reg Parsons, Douglas Piercey, Guy Strickland, and Barry Wheeler
Integrating research tools to support the management of social-ecological systems under climate change
Brian W. Miller and Jeffrey T. Morisette
Coupled human and natural systems approach to wildlife research and conservation
Neil H Carter, Andrés Vińa, Vanessa Hull, William J. McConnell, William Axinn, Dirgha Ghimire, and Jianguo Liu
Achieving ecological restoration by working with local people: a Chinese scholar seeks win-win paths
Heran Zheng and Guosheng Wang
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