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Table of Contents: Volume 10, Issue 1

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Integrating Ecology and Society to Navigate Turbulence
Lance Gunderson, Carl Folke, and Marco Janssen
Elevated Levels of Herbivory in Urban Landscapes: Are Declines in Tree Health More Than an Edge Effect?
Fiona J Christie and Dieter F Hochuli
Mechanisms Affecting Population Density in Fragmented Habitat
Lutz Tischendorf, Audrey Grez, Tania Zaviezo, and Lenore Fahrig
The Role of Informal Protected Areas in Maintaining Biodiversity in the Western Ghats of India
Shonil A Bhagwat, Cheppudira G Kushalappa, Paul H Williams, and Nick D Brown
Identifying Areas for Field Conservation of Forages in Latin American Disturbed Environments
Michael Peters, Glenn Hyman, and Peter Jones
Industrial Restructuring and Urban Change in the Pittsburgh Region: Developmental, Ecological, and Socioeconomic Trade-offs
William Haller
Remote Sensing and Ethnobotanical Assessment of the Mangrove Forest Changes in the Navachiste-San Ignacio-Macapule Lagoon Complex, Sinaloa, Mexico
Rubi Hernández Cornejo, Nico Koedam, Arturo Ruiz Luna, Max Troell, and Farid Dahdouh-Guebas
Biodiversity and Modernization in Four Coffee-producing Villages of Mexico
Catherine Potvin, Claire T Owen, Said Melzi, and Pierre Beaucage
Lobster and Conch Fisheries of Belize: a History of Sequential Exploitation
Miriam Huitric
Climate Variability Reveals Complex Events for Tularemia Dynamics in Man and Mammals
Thomas R Palo, Clas Ahlm, and Arne Tärnvik
The Effects of Human Socioeconomic Status and Cultural Characteristics on Urban Patterns of Biodiversity
Ann P Kinzig, Paige Warren, Chris Martin, Diane Hope, and Madhusudan Katti
Evaluating Forest Management in Nepal: Views across Space and Time
Harini Nagendra, Mukunda Karmacharya, and Birendra Karna
The Impacts of Sprawl on Biodiversity: the Ant Fauna of the Lower Florida Keys
Elizabeth A Forys and Craig R Allen
Fire, Livelihoods, and Environmental Change in the Middle Mahakam Peatlands, East Kalimantan
Unna Chokkalingam, Iwan Kurniawan, and Yayat Ruchiat
Participatory Simulation of Land-Use Changes in the Northern Mountains of Vietnam: the Combined Use of an Agent-Based Model, a Role-Playing Game, and a Geographic Information System
Jean-Christophe Castella, Tran Ngoc Trung, and Stanislas Boissau
Predator-Resembling Aversive Conditioning for Managing Habituated Wildlife
Elsabé Louise Kloppers, Colleen Cassady St. Clair, and Thomas Eric Hurd
Landscape Patterns of Exurban Growth in the USA from 1980 to 2020
David M Theobald
Ecology, Planning, and River Management in the United States: Some Historical Reflections
Martin Reuss
Incorporating Science into the Environmental Policy Process: a Case Study from Washington State
Tessa B. Francis, Kara A. Whittaker, Vivek Shandas, April V. Mills, and Jessica K. Graybill
Socioeconomic Factors Influencing Customary Marine Tenure in the Indo-Pacific
Joshua Cinner
A Perspective on the Evolution of e-Dialogues Concerning Interdisciplinary Research on Sustainable Development in Canada
Ann Dale
The Evolution of an Ecosystem Approach: the Diamond Schematic and an Adaptive Methodology for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health
David Waltner-Toews and James Kay
Can Logging in Equatorial Africa Affect Adjacent Parks?
Somnath Baidya Roy, Peter D Walsh, and Jeremy W Lichstein
Finding and Filling the "Cracks" In Resistance Surfaces for Least-cost Modeling
Kristina Rothley
The Myths of Restoration Ecology
Robert H Hilderbrand, Adam C Watts, and April M Randle
Rethinking the Risk Management Process for Genetically Engineered Crop Varieties in Small-scale, Traditionally Based Agriculture
David A Cleveland and Daniela Soleri
Collaborative Monitoring of Production and Costs of Timber Harvest Operations in the Brazilian Amazon
Benno Pokorny and Max Steinbrenner
Evaluating Responses in Complex Adaptive Systems: Insights on Water Management from the Southern African Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (SAfMA)
Erin Bohensky and Timothy Lynam
Restoring Riparian Ecosystems: The Challenge of Accommodating Variability and Designing Restoration Trajectories
Francine M. R Hughes, Adrian Colston, and J. Owen Mountford
Emergence Unites Ecology and Society
Ronald L Trosper
Implications of Current Ecological Thinking for Biodiversity Conservation: a Review of the Salient Issues
Tabatha J Wallington, Richard J Hobbs, and Susan A Moore
Ecosystem Services of Tropical Dry Forests: Insights from Long-term Ecological and Social Research on the Pacific Coast of Mexico
J. Manuel Maass, Patricia Balvanera, Alicia Castillo, Gretchen C Daily, Harold A Mooney, Paul Ehrlich, Mauricio Quesada, Alvaro Miranda, Victor J Jaramillo, Felipe García-Oliva, Angelina Martínez-Yrizar, Helena Cotler, Jorge López-Blanco, Alfredo Pérez-Jiménez, Alberto Búrquez, Clara Tinoco, Gerardo Ceballos, Laura Barraza, Ricardo Ayala, and José Sarukhán
Can Local Ecological Knowledge Contribute to Wildlife Management? Case Studies of Migratory Birds
Grant Gilchrist, Mark Mallory, and Flemming Merkel
Tropical Forest Restoration within Galapagos National Park: Application of a State-transition Model
S. R. Wilkinson, M. A. Naeth, and F. K. A. Schmiegelow
Change and Identity in Complex Systems
Graeme S Cumming and John Collier
Regime Shifts and Ecosystem Service Generation in Swedish Coastal Soft Bottom Habitats: When Resilience is Undesirable
Max Troell, Leif Pihl, Patrik Rönnbäck, Håkan Wennhage, Tore Söderqvist, and Nils Kautsky
Open Source and Open Content: a Framework for Global Collaboration in Social-Ecological Research
Charles Schweik, Tom Evans, and J. Morgan Grove
Book Review
Polis, G. A., M. E. Power, and G. R. Huxel, editors. 2004. Food Webs at the Landscape Level. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Beatrix Beisner
Gurr et al. 2004. Ecological Engineering for Pest Management: Habitat Manipulation for Arthropods. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Australia.
Maurizio G Paoletti
Response to: 'Traditional Knowledge in Social–Ecological Systems'
A response to: Folke. 2004. “Traditional Knowledge in Social–Ecological Systems”
Ellen J Woodley
Network Structure, Diversity, and Proactive Resilience Building: a Response to Tompkins and Adger
A response to: Tompkins and Adger. 2004. “Does Adaptive Management of Natural Resources Enhance Resilience to Climate Change?”
Lenore Newman and Ann Dale
Integrating Methods for Developing Sustainability Indicators to Facilitate Learning and Action
A response to: Bossel. 2001. “Assessing Viability and Sustainability: a Systems-based Approach for Deriving Comprehensive Indicator Sets”
Mark Reed, Evan D. G. Fraser, Stephen Morse, and Andrew J. Dougill
Invasive Species and the Cultural Keystone Species Concept
A response to: Garibaldi and Turner. 2004. “Cultural Keystone Species: Implications for Ecological Conservation and Restoration”
Martin A. Nuñez and Daniel Simberloff
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