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Table of Contents: Volume 20, Issue 1

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Guest Editorial
Sustaining Europe’s seas as coupled social-ecological systems
Laurence Mee, Philip Cooper, Andreas Kannen, Alison J Gilbert, and Tim O’Higgins
The role of cooperation for improved stewardship of marine social-ecological systems in Latin America
Sebastián Villasante and Henrik Österblom
Coproductive capacities: rethinking science-governance relations in a diverse world
Lorrae E. van Kerkhoff and Louis Lebel
Ecosystem service trade-offs across global contexts and scales
Jeannine Cavender-Bares, Patricia Balvanera, Elizabeth King, and Stephen Polasky
Urban water governance in times of multiple stressors: an editorial
Lennart Olsson and Brian W. Head
Applied research for enhancing human well-being and environmental stewardship: using complexity thinking in Southern Africa
Carolyn G. Palmer, Reinette Biggs, and Graeme S. Cumming
Communication and sustainability science teams as complex systems
Bridie McGreavy, Laura Lindenfeld, Karen Hutchins Bieluch, Linda Silka, Jessica Leahy, and Bill Zoellick
What we have lost and cannot become: societal outcomes of coastal erosion in southern Belize
Marianne Karlsson, Bob van Oort, and Bård Romstad
Policy dimensions of land-use change in peri-urban floodplains: the case of Paraty
José Barbedo, Marcelo Miguez, Dan van der Horst, Paulo Carneiro, Philip Amis, and Antonio Ioris
Organics, trust, and credibility: a management and media research perspective
Iris Rittenhofer and Karen Klitgaard Povlsen
Comanagement of clams in Brazil: a framework to advance comparison
Ligia M. Rocha and Evelyn Pinkerton
Sustainable livelihoods through conservation of wetland resources: a case of economic benefits from Ghodaghodi Lake, western Nepal
Pramod Lamsal, Krishna Prasad Pant, Lalit Kumar, and Kishor Atreya
Connecting knowledge with action through coproductive capacities: adaptive governance and connectivity conservation
Carina A Wyborn
Assessments of ecosystem services and human well-being in Thailand build and create demand for coproductive capacity
Louis Lebel, Suchada Wattana, and Pawin Talerngsri
The relevance of a coproductive capacity framework to climate change adaptation: investigating the health and water sectors in Cambodia
Kathryn J Bowen, Fiona P Miller, Va Dany, and Sonia Graham
Applications of resilience theory in management of a moose–hunter system in Alaska
Casey L Brown, Kalin A Kellie, Todd J Brinkman, Eugénie S Euskirchen, and Knut Kielland
Optimizing nitrogen rates in the midwestern United States for maximum ecosystem value
Patrick M Ewing and Bryan C Runck
Ecosystem service trade-offs and land use among smallholder farmers in eastern Paraguay
Jake J. Grossman
From biophysical to social-ecological trade-offs: integrating biodiversity conservation and agricultural production in the Argentine Dry Chaco
Matias E. Mastrangelo and Pedro Laterra
Trade-offs in nature tourism: contrasting parcel-level decisions with landscape conservation planning
Karen E Allen
Integrating local knowledge and science: economic consequences of driftwood harvest in a changing climate
Chas E Jones, Knut Kielland, Larry D Hinzman, and William S Schneider
Relevance of a Particularly Sensitive Sea Area to the Bering Strait Region: a Policy Analysis Using Resilience-Based Governance Principles
Kevin Hillmer-Pegram and Martin D. Robards
Historical framework to explain long-term coupled human and natural system feedbacks: application to a multiple-ownership forest landscape in the northern Great Lakes region, USA
Michelle M. Steen-Adams, Nancy Langston, Mark D. O. Adams, and David J. Mladenoff
Detecting critical choke points for achieving Good Environmental Status in European seas
Tavis Potts, Tim O'Higgins, Ruth Brennan, Sergio Cinnirella, Urs Steiner Brandt, Juan Luís Suárez de Vivero, Justus van Beusekom, Tineke A Troost, Lucille Paltriguera, and Ayse Gunduz Hosgor
Collaborative decision-analytic framework to maximize resilience of tidal marshes to climate change
Karen M Thorne, Brady J. Mattsson, John Takekawa, Jonathan Cummings, Debby Crouse, Giselle Block, Valary Bloom, Matt Gerhart, Steve Goldbeck, Beth Huning, Christina Sloop, Mendel Stewart, Karen Taylor, and Laura Valoppi
Learning for resilience in the European Court of Human Rights: adjudication as an adaptive governance practice
Simon P West and Lisen Schultz
Forest owner representation of forest management and perception of resource efficiency: a structural equation modeling study
Andrej Ficko and Andrej Boncina
Measuring the dimensions of adaptive capacity: a psychometric approach
Michael Lockwood, Christopher M. Raymond, Eddie Oczkowski, and Mark Morrison
Ecosystem service trade-offs, perceived drivers, and sustainability in contrasting agroecosystems in central Mexico
Carlos E. González-Esquivel, Mayra E. Gavito, Marta Astier, Martin Cadena-Salgado, Ek del-Val, Laura Villamil-Echeverri, Yair Merlín-Uribe, and Patricia Balvanera
Past and future challenges in managing European seas
Thorsten Blenckner, Andreas Kannen, Alberto Barausse, Christian Fischer, Johanna J. Heymans, Tiziana Luisetti, Valentin Todorova, Matilda Valman, and Laurence Mee
Toward an analytical framework for understanding complex social-ecological systems when conducting environmental impact assessments in South Africa
Rebecca Bowd, Nevil W. Quinn, and Donovan C. Kotze
The role of social learning for social-ecological systems in Korean village groves restoration
Eunju Lee and Marianne E. Krasny
Resilience assessment: a useful approach to navigate urban sustainability challenges
My M. Sellberg, Cathy Wilkinson, and Garry D. Peterson
Social capital, conflict, and adaptive collaborative governance: exploring the dialectic
Cynthia McDougall and Mani Ram Banjade
Understanding adaptation and transformation through indigenous practice: the case of the Guna of Panama
Marina J Apgar, Will Allen, Kevin Moore, and James Ataria
Exploring institutional adaptive capacity in practice: examining water governance adaptation in Australia
Yvette Bettini, Rebekah R Brown, and Fjalar J de Haan
Collective action and the risk of ecosystem regime shifts: insights from a laboratory experiment
Caroline Schill, Therese Lindahl, and Anne-Sophie Crépin
Challenges of achieving Good Environmental Status in the Northeast Atlantic
Karen A Alexander, Peter Kershaw, Philip Cooper, Alison J. Gilbert, Jason M. Hall-Spencer, Johanna J. Heymans, Andreas Kannen, Hans J. Los, Tim O'Higgins, Cathal O'Mahony, Paul Tett, Tineke A. Troost, and Justus van Beusekom
What role can information play in improved equity in Pakistan’s irrigation system? Evidence from an experimental game in Punjab
Andrew Reid Bell, M. Azeem A. Shah, Arif Anwar, and Claudia Ringler
A mixed-methods approach to assessing success in transitioning water management institutions: a case study of the Platte River Basin, Nebraska
Christina Hoffman Babbitt, Mark Burbach, and Lisa Pennisi
Perceptions of shellfish aquaculture in British Columbia and implications for well-being in marine social-ecological systems
Linda M D'Anna and Grant D Murray
Manager perspectives on communication and public engagement in ecological restoration project success
Caroline Gottschalk Druschke and Kristen C. Hychka
Scenario planning during rapid ecological change: lessons and perspectives from workshops with southwest Yukon wildlife managers
Dylan M. Beach and Douglas A. Clark
The social value of biodiversity and ecosystem services from the perspectives of different social actors
Daniel M. Cáceres, Esteban Tapella, Fabien Quétier, and Sandra Díaz
Marine spatial planning and Good Environmental Status: a perspective on spatial and temporal dimensions
Alison J. Gilbert, Karen Alexander, Rafael Sardá, Raminta Brazinskaite, Christian Fischer, Kira Gee, Mark Jessopp, Peter Kershaw, Hans J. Los, David March Morla, Cathal O'Mahony, Mia Pihlajamäki, Siân Rees, and Riku Varjopuro
Sensemaking: a complexity perspective
Timothy Lynam and Chris Fletcher
From local to central: a network analysis of who manages plant pest and disease outbreaks across scales
Ryan R. J. McAllister, Catherine J Robinson, Kirsten Maclean, Angela M Guerrero, Kerry Collins, Bruce M Taylor, and Paul J De Barro
Sharing as risk pooling in a social dilemma experiment
Todd L. Cherry, E. Lance Howe, and James J. Murphy
Promoting communication, participation, and learning with regard to organic food products: a communication theoretical approach
Peter Kastberg
Seeking our shared wisdom: a framework for understanding knowledge coproduction and coproductive capacities
H. Z. Schuttenberg and Heidi K. Guth
A sustainability framework for assessing trade-offs in ecosystem services
Jeannine Cavender-Bares, Stephen Polasky, Elizabeth King, and Patricia Balvanera
Interacting effects of change in climate, human population, land use, and water use on biodiversity and ecosystem services
Bodil Elmhagen, Georgia Destouni, Anders Angerbjörn, Sara Borgström, Emily Boyd, Sara A. O. Cousins, Love Dalén, Johan Ehrlén, Matti Ermold, Peter A. Hambäck, Johanna Hedlund, Kristoffer Hylander, Fernando Jaramillo, Vendela K Lagerholm, Steve W Lyon, Helen Moor, Björn Nykvist, Marianne Pasanen-Mortensen, Jan Plue, Carmen Prieto, Ype van der Velde, and Regina Lindborg
Examining the adaptability of collaborative governance associated with publicly managed ecosystems over time: insights from the Front Range Roundtable, Colorado, USA
Antony S Cheng, Andrea K Gerlak, Lisa Dale, and Katherine Mattor
Understanding leadership in the environmental sciences
Louisa S Evans, Christina C Hicks, Philippa J Cohen, Peter Case, Murray Prideaux, and David J Mills
Developing an effective adaptive monitoring network to support integrated coastal management in a multiuser nature reserve
Pim Vugteveen, Marieke M. van Katwijk, Etiënne Rouwette, H. J. Rob Lenders, and Lucien Hanssen
Can sense-making tools inform adaptation policy? A practitioner’s perspective
Kyla M. G. Milne
The role of harvest, predators, and socio-political environment in the dynamics of the Taimyr wild reindeer herd with some lessons for North America
Leonid Kolpasсhikov, Vladimir Makhailov, and Don E. Russell
Operationalizing the integrated landscape approach in practice
Olivia E Freeman, Lalisa A Duguma, and Peter A Minang
A diagnostic procedure for applying the social-ecological systems framework in diverse cases
Jochen Hinkel, Michael E. Cox, Maja Schlüter, Claudia R. Binder, and Thomas Falk
The action cycle/structural context framework: a fisheries application
D.G. Webster
Integrative learning for practicing adaptive resource management
Craig A. McLoughlin and Martin C. Thoms
Stasis and change: social psychological insights into social-ecological resilience
Elizabeth V. Hobman and Iain Walker
Educating for resilience in the North: building a toolbox for teachers
Katie V. Spellman
Strategies for managing complex social-ecological systems in the face of uncertainty: examples from South Africa and beyond
Reinette (Oonsie) Biggs, Clint Rhode, Sally Archibald, Lucky Makhosini Kunene, Shingirirai S. Mutanga, Nghamula Nkuna, Peter Omondi Ocholla, and Lehlohonolo Joe Phadima
Putting the "E" in SES: unpacking the ecology in the Ostrom social-ecological system framework
Jessica M. Vogt, Graham B. Epstein, Sarah K. Mincey, Burnell C. Fischer, and Paul McCord
The persistence of subsistence: qualitative social-ecological modeling of indigenous aquatic hunting and gathering in tropical Australia
Marcus Barber, Sue Jackson, Jeffrey Dambacher, and Marcus Finn
A basic guide for empirical environmental social science
Michael Cox
Transformational change: creating a safe operating space for humanity
Clive A. McAlpine, Leonie M. Seabrook, Justin G. Ryan, Brian J. Feeney, William J. Ripple, Anne H. Ehrlich, and Paul R. Ehrlich
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