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Table of Contents: Volume 22, Issue 1

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Guest Editorial
Community-based management of environmental challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean
Maria del Mar Delgado-Serrano, Jayalaxshmi Mistry, Bettina Matzdorf, and Gregoire Leclerc
Advancing social-ecological research through teaching: summary, observations, and challenges
Natalie C Ban and Michael Cox
Small-scale societies and environmental transformations: coevolutionary dynamics
Victoria Reyes-García, Debora Zurro, Jorge Caro, and Marco Madella
What does resilience mean for urban water services?
Åse Johannessen and Christine Wamsler
Learning about social-ecological trade-offs
Diego Galafassi, Tim M. Daw, Lydiah Munyi, Katrina Brown, Cecile Barnaud, and Ioan Fazey
Local perceptions of land-use change: using participatory art to reveal direct and indirect socioenvironmental effects of land acquisitions in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania
Emma L Johansson and Ellinor Isgren
Using social-ecological systems theory to evaluate large-scale comanagement efforts: a case study of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region
William Tyson
Resilient but not sustainable? Public perceptions of shale gas development via hydraulic fracturing
Darrick Evensen, Richard Stedman, and Benjamin Brown-Steiner
Identifying opportunities to improve governance of aquatic agricultural systems through participatory action research
J. Marina Apgar, Philippa J. Cohen, Blake D. Ratner, Sanjiv de Silva, Marie-Charlotte Buisson, Catherine Longley, Ram C. Bastakoti, and Everisto Mapedza
IPBES, an inclusive institution? Challenging the integration of stakeholders in a science-policy interface
Mohamed Oubenal, Marie Hrabanski, and Denis Pesche
Are adaptations self-organized, autonomous, and harmonious? Assessing the social–ecological resilience literature
Thomas Hahn and Björn Nykvist
Key features for more successful place-based sustainability research on social-ecological systems: a Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS) perspective
Patricia Balvanera, Tim M Daw, Toby A Gardner, Berta Martín-López, Albert V. Norström, Chinwe Ifejika Speranza, Marja Spierenburg, Elena M Bennett, Michelle Farfan, Maike Hamann, John N Kittinger, Tobias Luthe, Manuel Maass, Garry D Peterson, and Gustavo Perez-Verdin
Reconciling biodiversity conservation and agricultural expansion in the subarctic environment of Iceland
Lilja Jóhannesdóttir, José A Alves, Jennifer A Gill, and Tómas G. Gunnarsson
Stakeholders’ frames and ecosystem service use in the context of a debate over rebuilding or removing a dam in New Brunswick, Canada
Kate H Reilly and Jan F Adamowski
A life course approach to understanding social drivers of rangeland conversion
Kristin F. Hurst, C. Paxton Ramsdell, and Michael G. Sorice
A distribution analysis of the central Maya lowlands ecoinformation network: its rises, falls, and changes
Joel D. Gunn, Vernon L. Scarborough, William J. Folan, Christian Isendahl, Arlen F. Chase, Jeremy A. Sabloff, and Beniamino Volta
Examining the influence of biophysical conditions on wildland–urban interface homeowners’ wildfire risk mitigation activities in fire-prone landscapes
Christine S. Olsen, Jeffrey D. Kline, Alan A. Ager, Keith A. Olsen, and Karen C. Short
Diversity in forest management to reduce wildfire losses: implications for resilience
Susan Charnley, Thomas A. Spies, Ana M. G. Barros, Eric M. White, and Keith A. Olsen
Capacity to adapt to environmental change: evidence from a network of organizations concerned with increasing wildfire risk
A. Paige Fischer and Lorien Jasny
Spatiotemporal dynamics of simulated wildfire, forest management, and forest succession in central Oregon, USA
Ana M. G. Barros, Alan A. Ager, Michelle A. Day, Haiganoush K. Preisler, Thomas A. Spies, Eric White, Robert J Pabst, Keith A. Olsen, Emily Platt, John D. Bailey, and John P. Bolte
Using an agent-based model to examine forest management outcomes in a fire-prone landscape in Oregon, USA
Thomas A. Spies, Eric White, Alan Ager, Jeffrey D. Kline, John P Bolte, Emily K Platt, Keith A. Olsen, Robert J Pabst, Ana M.G. Barros, John D Bailey, Susan Charnley, Jennifer Koch, Michelle M Steen-Adams, Peter H Singleton, James Sulzman, Cynthia Schwartz, and Blair Csuti
Integrating Ecological and Social Knowledge: Learning from CHANS Research
Bruce Shindler, Thomas A. Spies, John P Bolte, and Jeffrey D. Kline
Making sense of environmental values: a typology of concepts
Marc Tadaki, Jim Sinner, and Kai M. A. Chan
Social networks and the resilience of rural communities in the Global South: a critical review and conceptual reflections
Till Rockenbauch and Patrick Sakdapolrak
Social-ecological enabling conditions for payments for ecosystem services
Heidi R. Huber-Stearns, Drew E. Bennett, Stephen Posner, Ryan C. Richards, Jenn Hoyle Fair, Stella J. M. Cousins, and Chelsie L. Romulo
Misreading a pastoral property regime in the Logone floodplain, Cameroon
A response to: Haller et al. 2013. “How fit turns into misfit and back: Institutional Transformations of Pastoral Commons in African Floodplains”
Mark Moritz
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