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Table of Contents: Volume 11, Issue 2

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Facing Global Change through Social-Ecological Research
Carl Folke and Lance Gunderson
Guest Editorial
Editorial: Special Feature on Scenarios for Ecosystem Services
Stephen R Carpenter, Elena M. Bennett, and Garry D Peterson
Scale and Cross-Scale Dynamics: Governance and Information in a Multilevel World
David W. Cash, W. Neil Adger, Fikret Berkes, Po Garden, Louis Lebel, Per Olsson, Lowell Pritchard, and Oran Young
Empirically Based, Agent-based models
Marco A Janssen and Elinor Ostrom
Response of Wolves to Corridor Restoration and Human Use Management
Brenda Shepherd and Jesse Whittington
Shorter Fallow Cycles Affect the Availability of Noncrop Plant Resources in a Shifting Cultivation System
Sarah Paule Dalle and Sylvie de Blois
Changing Use Patterns, Changing Feedback Links: Implications for Reorganization of Coastal Fisheries Management in the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden
Maria Ĺqvist Almlöv and Monica Hammer
Integrating Traditional and Evolutionary Knowledge in Biodiversity Conservation: a Population Level Case Study
Dylan J Fraser, Thomas Coon, Michael R. Prince, Rene Dion, and Louis Bernatchez
Interactions Among Spatial Scales Constrain Species Distributions in Fragmented Urban Landscapes
Will R Turner
What You Know is Who You Know? Communication Patterns Among Resource Users as a Prerequisite for Co-management
Beatrice Crona and Örjan Bodin
Variance as a Leading Indicator of Regime Shift in Ecosystem Services
William A Brock and Stephen R Carpenter
Characterizing Species at Risk I: Modeling Rare Species Under the Northwest Forest Plan
Bruce G Marcot
Synthesis of the Storylines
Steven J Cork, Garry D Peterson, Elena M Bennett, Gerhard Petschel-Held, and Monika Zurek
Characterizing Species at Risk II: Using Bayesian Belief Networks as Decision Support Tools to Determine Species Conservation Categories Under the Northwest Forest Plan
Bruce G Marcot, Paul A Hohenlohe, Steve Morey, Russ Holmes, Randy Molina, Marianne C Turley, Mark H Huff, and John A Laurence
Sustainability of Mangrove Harvesting: How do Harvesters’ Perceptions Differ from Ecological Analysis?
Laura López-Hoffman, Ian E. Monroe, Enrique Narváez, Miguel Martínez-Ramos, and David D. Ackerly
Quantifying Expected Ecological Response to Natural Resource Legislation: a Case Study of Riparian Buffers, Aquatic Habitat, and Trout Populations
Krista L Jones, Geoffrey C Poole, Judy L Meyer, William Bumback, and Elizabeth A Kramer
Scale Mismatches in Management of Urban Landscapes
Sara T Borgström, Thomas Elmqvist, Per Angelstam, and Christine Alfsen-Norodom
Integrating Ecosystem Management, Protected Areas, and Mammal Conservation in the Brazilian Amazon
Claudia Azevedo-Ramos, Benedito Domingues do Amaral, Daniel C. Nepstad, Britaldo Soares Filho, and Robert Nasi
Creating Agents and Landscapes for Multiagent Systems from Random Samples
Thomas Berger and Pepijn Schreinemachers
Balancing Development and Conservation? An Assessment of Livelihood and Environmental Outcomes of Nontimber Forest Product Trade in Asia, Africa, and Latin America
Koen Kusters, Ramadhani Achdiawan, Brian Belcher, and Manuel Ruiz Pérez
Learning, Signaling, and Social Preferences in Public-Good Games
Marco A Janssen and T. K. Ahn
Resilience Lost: Intersecting Land Use and Landscape Dynamics in the Prehistoric Southwestern United States
Matthew A. Peeples, C. Michael Barton, and Steven Schmich
Are Direct Payments for Environmental Services Spelling Doom for Sustainable Forest Management in the Tropics?
Sven Wunder
Use of a Bayesian Belief Network to Predict the Impacts of Commercializing Non-timber Forest Products on Livelihoods
Adrian C Newton, Elaine Marshall, Kathrin Schreckenberg, Duncan Golicher, Dirk W te Velde, Fabrice Edouard, and Erik Arancibia
The Future of Vascular Plant Diversity Under Four Global Scenarios
Detlef P van Vuuren, Osvaldo E. Sala, and Henrique M. Pereira
Environmental Flows: Striking the Balance between Development and Resource Protection
Jackie King and Cate Brown
Cultural or Ecological Sustainability? The Effect of Cultural Change on Sabal Palm Management Among the Lowland Maya of Mexico
Andrea Martínez-Ballesté, Carlos Martorell, and Javier Caballero
Anthropogenic Drivers of Ecosystem Change: an Overview
Gerald C Nelson, Elena Bennett, Asmeret A Berhe, Kenneth Cassman, Ruth DeFries, Thomas Dietz, Achim Dobermann, Andrew Dobson, Anthony Janetos, Marc Levy, Diana Marco, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Brian O'Neill, Richard Norgaard, Gerhard Petschel-Held, Dennis Ojima, Prabhu Pingali, Robert Watson, and Monika Zurek
Multiactor Modeling of Settling Decisions and Behavior in the San Mariano Watershed, the Philippines: a First Application with the MameLuke Framework
Marco G. A. Huigen, Koen P. Overmars, and Wouter T. de Groot
Beyond Regulations in Fisheries Management: The Dilemmas of the “Beach Recorders” Bwana Dikos in Zanzibar, Tanzania
Maricela de la Torre-Castro
Companion Modeling, Conflict Resolution, and Institution Building: Sharing Irrigation Water in the Lingmuteychu Watershed, Bhutan
Tayan Raj Gurung, Francois Bousquet, and Guy Trébuil
Dietary Changes over Time in a Caiçara Community from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Priscila L. MacCord and Alpina Begossi
Unpacking “Participation” in the Adaptive Management of Social–ecological Systems: a Critical Review
Lindsay C Stringer, Andrew J Dougill, Evan Fraser, Klaus Hubacek, Christina Prell, and Mark S Reed
Viable Reserve Networks Arise From Individual Landholder Responses To Conservation Incentives
Kenneth M Chomitz, Gustavo A. B. da Fonseca, Keith Alger, David M Stoms, Miroslav Honzák, Elena Charlotte Landau, Timothy S. Thomas, W. Wayt Thomas, and Frank Davis
Australian Pastoralists in Time and Space: The Evolution of a Complex Adaptive System
Ryan R J McAllister, Nick Abel, Chris J Stokes, and Iain J Gordon
Process-Based Ecological River Restoration: Visualizing Three-Dimensional Connectivity and Dynamic Vectors to Recover Lost Linkages
G. Mathias Kondolf, Andrew J. Boulton, Scott O'Daniel, Geoffrey C Poole, Frank J. Rahel, Emily H. Stanley, Ellen Wohl, Asa Bĺng, Julia Carlstrom, Chiara Cristoni, Harald Huber, Saija Koljonen, Pauliina Louhi, and Keigo Nakamura
Access and Resilience: Analyzing the Construction of Social Resilience to the Threat of Water Scarcity
Ruth Langridge, Juliet Christian-Smith, and Kathleen A. Lohse
A Portfolio Approach to Analyzing Complex Human-Environment Interactions: Institutions and Land Change
Oran R. Young, Eric F. Lambin, Frank Alcock, Helmut Haberl, Sylvia I. Karlsson, William J. McConnell, Tun Myint, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Colin Polsky, P. S. Ramakrishnan, Heike Schroeder, Marie Scouvart, and Peter H Verburg
River Restoration and Meanders
G. Mathias Kondolf
Science for the Poor: How One Woman Challenged Researchers, Ranchers, and Loggers in Amazonia
Patricia Shanley
From LTER to LTSER: Conceptualizing the Socioeconomic Dimension of Long-term Socioecological Research
Helmut Haberl, Verena Winiwarter, Krister Andersson, Robert U. Ayres, Christopher Boone, Alicia Castillo, Geoff Cunfer, Marina Fischer-Kowalski, William R. Freudenburg, Eeva Furman, Rüdiger Kaufmann, Fridolin Krausmann, Ernst Langthaler, Hermann Lotze-Campen, Michael Mirtl, Charles L. Redman, Anette Reenberg, Andrew Wardell, Benjamin Warr, and Harald Zechmeister
Landscape-scale Approaches for Integrated Natural Resource Management in Tropical Forest Landscapes
Peter Frost, Bruce Campbell, Gabriel Medina, and Leonard Usongo
Conservation Biology and Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Integrating Academic Disciplines for Better Conservation Practice
Joshua A Drew and Adam P Henne
Response to: "Electronic Field Guides and User Communities in the Eco-informatics Revolution"
A response to: Stevenson et al. 2003. “Electronic Field Guides and User Communities in the Eco-informatics Revolution”
John A Burton
Social Networks in Natural Resource Management: What Is There to Learn from a Structural Perspective?
A response to: Newman and Dale. 2005. “Network Structure, Diversity, and Proactive Resilience Building: a Response to Tompkins and Adger”
Örjan Bodin, Beatrice Crona, and Henrik Ernstson
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