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Telecoupling: A New Frontier for Global Sustainability
Guest Editorial
Telecoupling: A new frontier for global sustainability
Vanessa Hull and Jianguo Liu
Telecoupling Toolbox: spatially explicit tools for studying telecoupled human and natural systems
Francesco Tonini and Jianguo Liu
Land-use change in a telecoupled world: the relevance and applicability of the telecoupling framework in the case of banana plantation expansion in Laos
Cecilie Friis and Jonas Østergaard Nielsen
Operationalizing the telecoupling framework for migratory species using the spatial subsidies approach to examine ecosystem services provided by Mexican free-tailed bats
Laura López-Hoffman, Jay Diffendorfer, Ruscena Wiederholt, Kenneth J Bagstad, Wayne E. Thogmartin, Gary McCracken, Rodrigo L Medellin, Amy Russell, and Darius J Semmens
Transforming governance in telecoupled food systems
Hallie Eakin, Ximena Rueda, and Ashwina Mahanti
Trade in the telecoupling framework: evidence from the metals industry
Hang Xiong, James D. A. Millington, and Wei Xu
Smallholder telecoupling and potential sustainability
Karl S. Zimmerer, Eric F. Lambin, and Steven J. Vanek
Feedback of telecoupling: the case of a payments for ecosystem services program
Hongbo Yang, Frank Lupi, Jindong Zhang, Xiaodong Chen, and Jianguo Liu
Complex effects of natural disasters on protected areas through altering telecouplings
Jindong Zhang, Thomas Connor, Hongbo Yang, Zhiyun Ouyang, Shuxin Li, and Jianguo Liu
Network analysis as a tool for quantifying the dynamics of metacoupled systems: an example using global soybean trade
Danica Schaffer-Smith, Stephanie A. Tomscha, Karl J. Jarvis, Dorothy Y. Maguire, Michael L. Treglia, and Jianguo Liu
Biodiversity conservation in a telecoupled world
L. Roman Carrasco, Joleen Chan, Francesca L. McGrath, and Le T. P. Nghiem
Even at the uttermost ends of the Earth: how seabirds telecouple the Beagle Channel with regional and global processes that affect environmental conservation and social-ecological sustainability
Andrea N. Raya Rey, J. Cristobal Pizarro, Christopher B. Anderson, and Falk Huettmann
Integration across a metacoupled world
Jianguo Liu
Transatlantic wood pellet trade demonstrates telecoupled benefits
Esther S Parish, Anna J Herzberger, Colin C Phifer, and Virginia H Dale
Polycentric governance in telecoupled resource systems
Christoph Oberlack, Sébastien Boillat, Stefan Brönnimann, Jean-David Gerber, Andreas Heinimann, Chinwe Ifejika Speranza, Peter Messerli, Stephan Rist, and Urs Wiesmann
Peruvian anchoveta as a telecoupled fisheries system
Andrew K. Carlson, William W. Taylor, Jianguo Liu, and Ivan Orlic
Climate change, cattle, and the challenge of sustainability in a telecoupled system in Africa
Tara S. Easter, Alexander K. Killion, and Neil H. Carter
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087