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Table of Contents: Volume 20, Issue 4

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Guest Editorial
Understanding human resilience in the context of interconnected health and social systems: Whose understanding matters most?
Astier M. Almedom
A framework for analyzing, comparing, and diagnosing social-ecological systems
Pieter W. G. Bots, Maja Schlüter, and Jan Sendzimir
Advancing the understanding of behavior in social-ecological systems: results from lab and field experiments
Marco A Janssen, Therese Lindahl, and James J Murphy
Research
Joint knowledge production for climate change adaptation: what is in it for science?
Dries Hegger and Carel Dieperink
Interplay of multiple goods, ecosystem services, and property rights in large social-ecological marine protected areas
Natalie C Ban, Louisa S Evans, Mateja Nenadovic, and Michael Schoon
Turning points in climate change adaptation
Saskia Elisabeth Werners, Erik van Slobbe, Tobias Bölscher, Albert Oost, Stefan Pfenninger, Giacomo Trombi, Marco Bindi, and Marco Moriondo
Addressing complexity and uncertainty: conceptual models and expert judgments applied to migratory birds in the oil sands of Canada
Marc A Nelitz, Ben Beardmore, Craig S Machtans, Alexander W Hall, and Chris Wedeles
Indigenous social and economic adaptations in northern Alaska as measures of resilience
Stephanie Martin
How does social support enhance resilience in the trauma-exposed individual?
Lauren M. Sippel, Robert H. Pietrzak, Dennis S, Charney, Linda C. Mayes, and Steven M. Southwick
Implementation arrangements for climate adaptation in the Netherlands: characteristics and underlying mechanisms of adaptive governance
Arwin van Buuren, Andrea M. Keessen, Corniel van Leeuwen, Jasper Eshuis, and Gerald Jan Ellen
Irrigation experiments in the lab: trust, environmental variability, and collective action
Jacopo A. Baggio, Nathan D. Rollins, Irene Pérez, and Marco A. Janssen
Network approaches for understanding rainwater management from a social-ecological systems perspective
Steven D. Prager and Catherine Pfeifer
The Montérégie Connection: linking landscapes, biodiversity, and ecosystem services to improve decision making
Matthew G. E. Mitchell, Elena M Bennett, Andrew Gonzalez, Martin J Lechowicz, Jeanine M. Rhemtulla, Jeffrey A Cardille, Kees Vanderheyden, Geneviève Poirier-Ghys, Delphine Renard, Sylvestre Delmotte, Cécile H Albert, Bronwyn Rayfield, Maria Dumitru, Hsin-Hui Huang, Martine Larouche, Kate N Liss, Dorothy Y Maguire, Kyle T Martins, Marta Terrado, Carly Ziter, Lucie Taliana, and Karine Dancose
Using historical political ecology to understand the present: water, reeds, and biodiversity in the Camargue Biosphere Reserve, southern France
Raphael Mathevet, Nancy Lee Peluso, Alexandre Couespel, and Paul Robbins
Levels and drivers of fishers’ compliance with marine protected areas
Adrian Arias, Joshua E. Cinner, Rhondda E. Jones, and Robert L. Pressey
Public forest policy development in New Brunswick, Canada: multiple streams approach, advocacy coalition framework, and the role of science
William F. A. Anderson and David A. MacLean
Cultural attitudes are stronger predictors of bushmeat consumption and preference than economic factors among urban Amazonians from Brazil and Colombia
Carla Morsello, Blanca Yagüe, Letícia Beltreschi, Nathalie van Vliet, Cristina Adams, Tatiana Schor, Maria Paula Quiceno-Mesa, and Daniel Cruz
Beyond protein intake: bushmeat as source of micronutrients in the Amazon
Flavia M. Sarti, Cristina Adams, Carla Morsello, Nathalie van Vliet, Tatiana Schor, Blanca Yagüe, Leady Tellez, Maria Paula Quiceno-Mesa, and Daniel Cruz
Resilience revisited: taking institutional theory seriously
Martin Sjöstedt
Local perceptions on social-ecological dynamics in Latin America in three community-based natural resource management systems
Maria del Mar Delgado-Serrano, Elisa Oteros-Rozas, Pieter Vanwildemeersch, César Ortíz-Guerrero, Silvia London, and Roberto Escalante
Changes in the composition of hunting catches in southeastern Cameroon: a promising approach for collaborative wildlife management between ecologists and local hunters
Hirokazu Yasuoka, Masaaki Hirai, Towa O. W. Kamgaing, Zeun's C. B. Dzefack, Eric Chrétien Kamdoum, and Kadiri S. Bobo
Understanding social-ecological change and transformation through community perceptions of system identity
Mark Andrachuk and Derek Armitage
Using structured decision making with landowners to address private forest management and parcelization: balancing multiple objectives and incorporating uncertainty
Paige F. B. Ferguson, Michael J Conroy, John F Chamblee, and Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman
Can scenario-planning support community-based natural resource management? Experiences from three countries in Latin America
Kerry A Waylen, Julia Martin-Ortega, Kirsty L Blackstock, Iain Brown, Bryan E. Avendaño Uribe, Saúl Basurto Hernández, María Belén Bertoni, M. Lujan Bustos, Alejandra Xóchitl Cruz Bayer, Roberto Ivan Escalante Semerena, Maria Adelaida Farah Quijano, Federico Ferrelli, Guillermo Luis Fidalgo, Israel Hernández López, María Andrea Huamantinco Cisneros, Silvia London, Diana L. Maya Vélez, Natalia Ocampo-Díaz, Cesar E. Ortiz-Guerrero, Juan Carlos Pascale, Gerardo M. E. Perillo, M. Cintia Piccolo, Lina N. Pinzón Martínez, Mara L. Rojas, Facundo Scordo, Valeria Vitale, and Mariana I Zilio
“A shepherd has to invent”: Poetic analysis of social-ecological change in the cultural landscape of the central Spanish Pyrenees
Maria E. Fernández-Giménez
Predicting hunter behavior of indigenous communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon: insights from a household production model
Enrique de la Montaña, Rocío del Pilar Moreno-Sánchez, Jorge H Maldonado, and Daniel M Griffith
Evolving hunting practices in Gabon: lessons for community-based conservation interventions
Gretchen Walters, Judith Schleicher, Olivier Hymas, and Lauren Coad
Participatory scenario planning in place-based social-ecological research: insights and experiences from 23 case studies
Elisa Oteros-Rozas, Berta Martín-López, Tim M Daw, Erin L. Bohensky, James R.A. Butler, Rosemary Hill, Julia Martin-Ortega, Allyson Quinlan, Federica Ravera, Isabel Ruiz-Mallén, Matilda Thyresson, Jayalaxshmi Mistry, Ignacio Palomo, Garry D. Peterson, Tobias Plieninger, Kerry A. Waylen, Dylan M. Beach, Iris C. Bohnet, Maike Hamann, Jan Hanspach, Klaus Hubacek, Sandra Lavorel, and Sandra P. Vilardy
Voluntary disclosure of contributions: an experimental study on nonmandatory approaches for improving public good provision
Ursula W. Kreitmair
Effects of selective logging on large mammal populations in a remote indigenous territory in the northern Peruvian Amazon
Pedro Mayor, Pedro Pérez-Peña, Mark Bowler, Pablo E Puertas, Maire Kirkland, and Richard Bodmer
Genesis of an indigenous social-ecological landscape in eastern Panama
Divya Sharma, Gerardo Vergara-Asenjo, Mitzy Cunampio, Raquel B Cunampio, Mara B Cunampio, and Catherine Potvin
Grassroots engagement with transition to sustainability: diversity and modes of participation in the international permaculture movement
Rafter Sass Ferguson and Sarah T. Lovell
Achieving social-ecological fit through bottom-up collaborative governance: an empirical investigation
Angela M Guerrero, Örjan Bodin, Ryan R. J. McAllister, and Kerrie A Wilson
Theories of the deep: combining salience and network analyses to produce mental model visualizations of a coastal British Columbia food web
Jordan Levine, Michael Muthukrishna, Kai M. A. Chan, and Terre Satterfield
Social learning by whom? Assessing gendered opportunities for participation and social learning in collaborative forest governance
Felicitas Egunyu and Maureen G Reed
Participation in protected areas: a social network case study in Catalonia, Spain
Laura Calvet-Mir, Sara Maestre-Andrés, José Luis Molina, and Jeroen van den Bergh
Perspective
A boundary-spanning organization for transdisciplinary science on land stewardship: The Stewardship Network
A. Paige Fischer
Synthesis
Architectures of adaptive integration in large collaborative projects
Lois Wright Morton, Sanford D Eigenbrode, and Timothy A Martin
Individual transferable quotas and conservation: a critical assessment
James Acheson, Spencer Apollonio, and James Wilson
Insight
Developing conservation targets in social-ecological systems
Phillip S Levin, Gregory D Williams, Amanda Rehr, Karma C Norman, and Chris J Harvey
Seeing is questioning: prompting sustainability discourses through an evocative visual agenda
Dana C Thomsen
Global change and conservation triage on National Wildlife Refuges
Fred A Johnson, Mitchell J Eaton, Gerard McMahon, Raye Nilius, Michael R. Bryant, David J. Case, Julien Martin, Nathan J Wood, and Laura Taylor
A message from magic to science: seeing how the brain can be tricked may strengthen our thinking
Henrik Österblom, Marten Scheffer, Frances R Westley, Miguel L. van Esso, John Miller, and Jordi Bascompte
Ecological restoration as objective, target, and tool in international biodiversity policy
Dolly Jørgensen
Response
Assessing sustainability is just one component of many in the quest to achieve sustainability
A response to: Van Vliet et al. 2015. “Managing hunting under uncertainty: from one-off ecological indicators to resilience approaches in assessing the sustainability of bushmeat hunting”
Anders H Sirén
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