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Table of Contents: Volume 20, Issue 2

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Research
Boundary object or bridging concept? A citation network analysis of resilience
Jacopo A Baggio, Katrina Brown, and Denis Hellebrandt
Rural local institutions and climate change adaptation in forest communities in Cameroon
H. Carolyn Peach Brown and Denis J. Sonwa
Land abandonment, landscape, and biodiversity: questioning the restorative character of the forest transition in the Mediterranean
Iago Otero, Joan Marull, Enric Tello, Giovanna L. Diana, Manel Pons, Francesc Coll, and Martí Boada
Breeding cooperation: cultural evolution in an intergenerational public goods experiment
Vicken Hillis and Mark Lubell
Resilience strategies in the face of short- and long-term change: out-migration and fisheries regulation in Alaskan fishing communities
Amber Himes-Cornell and Kristin Hoelting
Plausible futures of a social-ecological system: Yahara watershed, Wisconsin, USA
Stephen R Carpenter, Eric G. Booth, Sean Gillon, Christopher J. Kucharik, Steven Loheide, Amber S. Mase, Melissa Motew, Jiangxiao Qiu, Adena R Rissman, Jenny Seifert, Evren Soylu, Monica Turner, and Chloe B Wardropper
Using fuzzy cognitive mapping as a participatory approach to analyze change, preferred states, and perceived resilience of social-ecological systems
Steven A Gray, Stefan Gray, Jean Luc De Kok, Ariella E. R. Helfgott, Barry O'Dwyer, Rebecca Jordan, and Angela Nyaki
Civic ecology practices: insights from practice theory
Marianne E Krasny, Philip Silva, Cornelia Barr, Zahra Golshani, Eunju Lee, Robert Ligas, Eve Mosher, and Andrea Reynosa
When death approaches: reverting or exploiting emergent inequity in a complex land-use table-board game
Luís García-Barrios, Raúl García-Barrios, Juana Cruz-Morales, and James A. Smith
Visions, beliefs, and transformation: exploring cross-sector and transboundary dynamics in the wider Mekong region
Alex Smajgl, John R. Ward, Tira Foran, John Dore, and Silva Larson
The role of bridging organizations in environmental management: examining social networks in working groups
Adam A Kowalski and Lekelia D Jenkins
Managing for climate change on federal lands of the western United States: perceived usefulness of climate science, effectiveness of adaptation strategies, and barriers to implementation
Kerry B Kemp, Jarod J Blades, P. Zion Klos, Troy E. Hall, Jo Ellen Force, Penelope Morgan, and Wade T. Tinkham
Adaptive management in crop pest control in the face of climate variability: an agent-based modeling approach
François Rebaudo and Olivier Dangles
The transformation of trust in China’s alternative food networks: disruption, reconstruction, and development
Raymond Yu Wang, Zhenzhong Si, Cho Nam Ng, and Steffanie Scott
How does legacy create sticking points for environmental management? Insights from challenges to implementation of the ecosystem approach
Kerry A Waylen, Kirsty L Blackstock, and Kirsty L Holstead
Mapping future changes in livelihood security and environmental sustainability based on perceptions of small farmers in the Brazilian Amazon
Fabio H. Diniz, Kasper Kok, Marjanke A. Hoogstra-Klein, and Bas Arts
Incorporating local institutions in irrigation experiments: evidence from rural communities in Pakistan
Aneeque Javaid and Thomas Falk
Fisheries restoration potential for a large lake ecosystem: using ecosystem models to examine dynamic relationships between walleye, cormorant, and perch
Andrea M McGregor, Christopher L Davis, Carl J Walters, and Lee Foote
Mainstreaming ecosystem-based adaptation: transformation toward sustainability in urban governance and planning
Christine Wamsler
Social benefits of restoring historical ecosystems and fisheries: alewives in Maine
Loren McClenachan, Samantha Lovell, and Caroline Keaveney
Measuring the vulnerability of marine social-ecological systems: a prerequisite for the identification of climate change adaptations
Sarah J. Metcalf, Elizabeth I. van Putten, Stewart Frusher, Nadine A. Marshall, Malcolm Tull, Nick Caputi, Marcus Haward, Alistair J. Hobday, Neil J. Holbrook, Sarah M. Jennings, Gretta T. Pecl, and Jenny Shaw
Exploring dynamic mechanisms of learning networks for resource conservation
Petr Matous and Yasuyuki Todo
An alternative policy evaluation of the British Columbia carbon tax: broadening the application of Elinor Ostrom’s design principles for managing common-pool resources
Karine Lacroix and Garrett Richards
Unseen sentinels: local monitoring and control in conservation’s blind spots
Douglas Sheil, Manuel Boissière, and Guillaume Beaudoin
Local seafood: rethinking the direct marketing paradigm
Joshua S Stoll, Bradford A Dubik, and Lisa M Campbell
Effects of social change on wildlife consumption taboos in northeastern Madagascar
Christopher D Golden and Jean Comaroff
The human health and conservation relevance of food taboos in northeastern Madagascar
Christopher D. Golden and Jean Comaroff
Emergence of human resilience in coastal ecosystems under environmental change
Nilufar Matin and Richard Taylor
Insight
Lattice-work corridors for climate change: a conceptual framework for biodiversity conservation and social-ecological resilience in a tropical elevational gradient
Patricia A Townsend and Karen L Masters
Nurturing communities of practice for transdisciplinary research
Georgina Cundill, Dirk J Roux, and John N. Parker
Navigating the adaptive cycle: an approach to managing the resilience of social systems
Brian D Fath, Carly A Dean, and Harald Katzmair
Measuring resilience is not enough; we must apply the research. Researchers and practitioners need a common language to make this happen.
Douglas M Glandon
Improving ecosystem service frameworks to address wicked problems
Kathryn K. Davies, Karen T. Fisher, Mark E. Dickson, Simon F. Thrush, and Richard Le Heron
Perspective
Dual thinking for scientists
Marten Scheffer, Jordi Bascompte, Tone K. Bjordam, Stephen R. Carpenter, Laurie B. Clarke, Carl Folke, Pablo Marquet, Nestor Mazzeo, Mariana Meerhoff, Osvaldo Sala, and Frances R. Westley
Synthesis
Strengthening the role of universities in addressing sustainability challenges: the Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions as an institutional experiment
David D. Hart, Kathleen P. Bell, Laura A. Lindenfeld, Shaleen Jain, Teresa R. Johnson, Darren Ranco, and Brian McGill
Exploring ecosystem-change and society through a landscape lens: recent progress in European landscape research
Tobias Plieninger, Thanasis Kizos, Claudia Bieling, Laurence Le Dû-Blayo, Marie-Alice Budniok, Matthias Bürgi, Carole L. Crumley, Geneviève Girod, Pip Howard, Jan Kolen, Tobias Kuemmerle, Grega Milcinski, Hannes Palang, Kathrin Trommler, and Peter H. Verburg
Trust ecology and the resilience of natural resource management institutions
Marc J Stern and Timothy D. Baird
Merging capabilities and livelihoods: analyzing the use of biological resources to improve well-being
Juri Lienert and Paul Burger
How to successfully publish interdisciplinary research: learning from an Ecology and Society Special Feature
Christian Pohl, Gabriela Wuelser, Peter Bebi, Harald Bugmann, Alexandre Buttler, Ché Elkin, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, Christian Hirschi, Quang Bao Le, Alexander Peringer, Andreas Rigling, Roman Seidl, and Robert Huber
Probing the interfaces between the social sciences and social-ecological resilience: insights from integrative and hybrid perspectives in the social sciences
Samantha Stone-Jovicich
A multilevel evolutionary framework for sustainability analysis
Timothy M Waring, Michelle Ann Kline, Jeremy S Brooks, Sandra H Goff, John Gowdy, Marco A Janssen, Paul E Smaldino, and Jennifer Jacquet
Response
Resource use peak dates distract from real planetary limits
A response to: Seppelt et al. 2014. “Synchronized peak-rate years of global resources use”
Jane N. O'Sullivan
Synchrony of peak-rate years suggests challenges to sustainable development: a response to O’Sullivan (2015)
A response to: O'Sullivan. 2015. “Resource use peak dates distract from real planetary limits”
Ralf Seppelt, Ameur M. Manceur, Jianguo Liu, Eli P. Fenichel, and Stefan Klotz
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