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Table of Contents: Volume 19, Issue 4

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Guest Editorial
REDD+ policy networks: exploring actors and power structures in an emerging policy domain
Maria Brockhaus, Monica Di Gregorio, and Rachel Carmenta
Introduction: conceptual, methodological, practical, and ethical challenges in studying and applying indigenous knowledge
Courtney Carothers, Mark Moritz, and Rebecca Zarger
Sustainability transformations: a resilience perspective
Per Olsson, Victor Galaz, and Wiebren J Boonstra
A First Nations-led social innovation: a moose, a gold mining company, and a policy window
Daniel D. P. McCarthy, Martin Millen, Mary Boyden, Erin Alexiuk, Graham S. Whitelaw, Leela Viswanathan, Dorothy Larkman, Giidaakunadaad (Nancy) Rowe, and Frances R. Westley
The problem of spatial fit in social-ecological systems: detecting mismatches between ecological connectivity and land management in an urban region
Arvid Bergsten, Diego Galafassi, and Örjan Bodin
Tackling the motivation to monitor: success and sustainability of a participatory monitoring program
Navinder J. Singh, Kjell Danell, Lars Edenius, and Göran Ericsson
Vulnerability of the Tibetan Pastoral Systems to Climate and Global Change
Yang Wang, Jun Wang, Shuangcheng Li, and Dahe Qin
The influence of socioeconomic factors on traditional knowledge: a cross scale comparison of palm use in northwestern South America
Narel Y. Paniagua-Zambrana, Rodrigo Camara-Lerét, Rainer W Bussmann, and Manuel J Macía
Dublin Ireland: a city addressing challenging water supply, management, and governance issues
Mary Kelly-Quinn, Sean Blacklocke, Michael Bruen, Ray Earle, Eoin O'Neill, John O'Sullivan, and Patrick Purcell
The global policy network behind integrated water resources management: is it an effective norm diffusor?
Annika Kramer and Claudia Pahl-Wostl
Generalizable principles for ecosystem stewardship-based management of social-ecological systems: lessons learned from Alaska
Winslow D. Hansen
National REDD+ policy networks: from cooperation to conflict
Maria Brockhaus and Monica Di Gregorio
Political ecology of inter-basin water transfers in Turkish water governance
Mine Islar and Chad Boda
Parks, people, and change: the importance of multistakeholder engagement in adaptation planning for conserved areas
Corrine N. Knapp, F. Stuart Chapin III, Gary P. Kofinas, Nancy Fresco, Courtney Carothers, and Amy Craver
Native and exotic woody vegetation communities in domestic gardens in relation to social and environmental factors
Yolanda M. van Heezik, Claire Freeman, Stefan Porter, and Katharine J. M. Dickinson
Impact of fuel costs on high-latitude subsistence activities
Todd Brinkman, Karonhiakta’tie B. Maracle, James Kelly, Michelle Vandyke, Andrew Firmin, and Anna Springsteen
Design considerations for community-based stream monitoring to detect changes in Pacific salmon habitats
Cory R. Lagasse, Wanli Ou, Leah D. Honka, William I. Atlas, Claire N. Hutton, Jana Kotaska, and Morgan D. Hocking
The application of resilience assessment—resilience of what, to what, with what? A case study based on Caledon, Ontario, Canada
Wai Ting Liu
Network structure and institutional complexity in an ecology of water management games
Mark Lubell, Garry Robins, and Peng Wang
A methodology for the sustainability assessment of agri-food systems: an application to the Slow Food Presidia project.
Cristiana Peano, Paola Migliorini, and Francesco Sottile
Culture, Nature, and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services in Northern Namibia
Michael Schnegg, Robin Rieprich, and Michael Pröpper
Measuring perceptions of climate change in northern Alaska: pairing ethnography with cultural consensus analysis
Courtney Carothers, Caroline Brown, Katie J Moerlein, J. Andrés López, David B. Andersen, and Brittany Retherford
Addressing the temporal fit of institutions: the regulation of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in Europe
Johan Munck af Rosenschöld, Nina Honkela, and Janne I. Hukkinen
Coupled human and natural system dynamics as key to the sustainability of Lake Victoria’s ecosystem services
Andrea S. Downing, Egbert H. van Nes, John S. Balirwa, Joost Beuving, P.O.J. Bwathondi, Lauren J. Chapman, Ilse J. M. Cornelissen, Iain G. Cowx, Kees P. C. Goudswaard, Robert E. Hecky, Jan H. Janse, Annette B. G. Janssen, Les Kaufman, Mary A. Kishe-Machumu, Jeppe Kolding, Willem Ligtvoet, Dismas Mbabazi, Modesta Medard, Oliva C. Mkumbo, Enock Mlaponi, Antony T. Munyaho, Leopold A. J. Nagelkerke, Richard Ogutu-Ohwayo, William O. Ojwang, Happy K. Peter, Daniel E. Schindler, Ole Seehausen, Diana Sharpe, Greg M. Silsbe, Lewis Sitoki, Rhoda Tumwebaze, Denis Tweddle, Karen E. van de Wolfshaar, Han van Dijk, Ellen van Donk, Jacco C. van Rijssel, Paul A. M. van Zwieten, Jan Wanink, F. Witte, and Wolf M. Mooij
A holistic approach to studying social-ecological systems and its application to southern Transylvania
Jan Hanspach, Tibor Hartel, Andra I. Milcu, Friederike Mikulcak, Ine Dorresteijn, Jacqueline Loos, Henrik von Wehrden, Tobias Kuemmerle, David Abson, Anikó Kovács-Hostyánszki, András Báldi, and Joern Fischer
Perceptions of Australian marine protected area managers regarding the role, importance, and achievability of adaptation for managing the risks of climate change
Christopher Cvitanovic, Nadine A. Marshall, Shaun K. Wilson, Kirstin Dobbs, and Alistair J. Hobday
Understanding the contribution of wild edible plants to rural social-ecological resilience in semi-arid Kenya
Stephanie A Shumsky, Gordon M. Hickey, Bernard Pelletier, and Timothy Johns
What does stakeholder involvement mean for fisheries management?
Margrethe Aanesen, Claire W. Armstrong, Helen J. Bloomfield, and Christine Röckmann
Meeting institutional criteria for social resilience: a nested risk system model
Berill Blair, Amy L. Lovecraft, and Gary P. Kofinas
Enriching indigenous knowledge scholarship via collaborative methodologies: beyond the high tide’s few hours
Julie Velasquez Runk
Weak feedbacks, governance mismatches, and the robustness of social-ecological systems: an analysis of the Southwest Nova Scotia lobster fishery with comparison to Maine
Allain J. Barnett and John M Anderies
Seabirds as a subsistence and cultural resource in two remote Alaskan communities
Rebecca C. Young, Alexander S. Kitaysky, Courtney Carothers, and Ine Dorresteijn
The social nature of environmental knowledge among the nomadic Woɗaaɓe of Niger
Nikolaus Schareika
Temporal constraints on ecosystem management: definitions and examples from Europe’s regional seas
Tim O'Higgins, Philip Cooper, Eva Roth, Alice Newton, Andrew Farmer, Ian C Goulding, and Paul Tett
Steps toward a shared governance response for achieving Good Environmental Status in the Mediterranean Sea
Sergio Cinnirella, Rafael Sardŕ, Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero, Ruth Brennan, Alberto Barausse, John Icely, Tiziana Luisetti, David March, Carla Murciano, Alice Newton, Tim O'Higgins, Luca Palmeri, Maria Giovanna Palmieri, Pascal Raux, Sian Rees, Joan Albaigés, Nicola Pirrone, and Kerry Turner
Coping with persistent environmental problems: systemic delays in reducing eutrophication of the Baltic Sea
Riku Varjopuro, Eugeniusz Andrulewicz, Thorsten Blenckner, Tobias Dolch, Anna-Stiina Heiskanen, Mia Pihlajamäki, Urs Steiner Brandt, Matilda Valman, Kira Gee, Tavis Potts, and Iwona Psuty
Synchronized peak-rate years of global resources use
Ralf Seppelt, Ameur M. Manceur, Jianguo Liu, Eli P. Fenichel, and Stefan Klotz
A proposed ecosystem-based management system for marine waters: linking the theory of environmental policy to the practice of environmental management
Rafael Sardŕ, Tim O'Higgins, Roland Cormier, Amy Diedrich, and Joaquin Tintoré
Ecologically sustainable but unjust? Negotiating equity and authority in common-pool marine resource management
Sarah C Klain, Rachelle Beveridge, and Nathan J Bennett
Navigating trade-offs in land-use planning: integrating human well-being into objective setting
Vanessa M. Adams, Robert L. Pressey, and Natalie Stoeckl
Studying the complexity of change: toward an analytical framework for understanding deliberate social-ecological transformations
Michele-Lee Moore, Ola Tjornbo, Elin Enfors, Corrie Knapp, Jennifer Hodbod, Jacopo A. Baggio, Albert Norström, Per Olsson, and Duan Biggs
Trade-offs among forest value components in community forests of southwestern Amazonia
Christopher Baraloto, Paula Alverga, Sufer Baéz Quispe, Grenville Barnes, Nino Bejar Chura, Izaias Brasil da Silva, Wendeson Castro, Harrison da Souza, Iracema de Souza Moll, Jim del Alcazar Chilo, Hugo Duenas Linares, Jorge Garate Quispe, Dean Kenji, Herison Medeiros, Skya Murphy, Cara A. Rockwell, Alexander Shenkin, Marcos Silveira, Jane Southworth, Guido Vasquez, and Stephen Perz
From basic raw material goods to cultural and environmental services: the Chinese bamboo sophistication path
Manuel Ruiz Pérez, Lucas Gutierrez Rodriguez, Xiaosheng Yang, Jinzhong Xie, and Maoyi Fu
Experimental platforms for behavioral experiments on social-ecological systems
Marco A. Janssen, Allen Lee, and Timothy M. Waring
Social-ecological systems, social diversity, and power: insights from anthropology and political ecology
Michael Fabinyi, Louisa Evans, and Simon J Foale
Small islands, valuable insights: systems of customary resource use and resilience to climate change in the Pacific
Heather L McMillen, Tamara Ticktin, Alan Friedlander, Stacy D Jupiter, Randolph Thaman, John Campbell, Joeli Veitayaki, Thomas Giambelluca, Salesa Nihmei, Etika Rupeni, Lucille Apis-Overhoff, William Aalbersberg, and Dan F. Orcherton
Toward an integrated theory of spatial morphology and resilient urban systems
Lars Marcus and Johan Colding
Insights into integrating cumulative effects and collaborative co-management for migratory tundra caribou herds in the Northwest Territories, Canada
Anne Gunn, Don Russell, and Lorne Greig
Can multicriteria assessment tools help build trust into organic products?
Bernhard Freyer, Jim Bingen, and Rebecca Paxton
Toward a new conceptualization of household adaptive capacity to climate change: applying a risk governance lens
Carmen E Elrick-Barr, Benjamin L Preston, Dana C Thomsen, and Timothy F. Smith
Bridging the Macro and the Micro by Considering the Meso: Reflections on the Fractal Nature of Resilience
Johan Bergström and Sidney W. A. Dekker
Seeing the forest for the trees: hybridity and social-ecological symbols, rituals and resilience in postdisaster contexts
Keith G. Tidball
A cultural landscape approach to community-based conservation in Solomon Islands
Richard K Walter and Richard J Hamilton
Building skills for sustainability: a role for regional research networks
Pranab Mukhopadhyay, Mani Nepal, and Priya Shyamsundar
An integrated framework for sustainable development goals
David Griggs, Mark Stafford Smith, Johan Rockström, Marcus C. Öhman, Owen Gaffney, Gisbert Glaser, Norichika Kanie, Ian Noble, Will Steffen, and Priya Shyamsundar
On sustainability of human ecological niche construction
A response to: Isbell and Loreau. 2014. “Sustainability of Human Ecological Niche Construction”
Marcelino Fuentes
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