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Table of Contents: Volume 22, Issue 2

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Guest Editorial
The politics of river basin organizations: institutional design choices, coalitions, and consequences
Dave Huitema and Sander Meijerink
Policy choice framework: guiding policy makers in changing farmer behavior
Geoff Kaine, Justine Young, Ruth Lourey, and Suzie Greenhalgh
Balancing stability and flexibility in adaptive governance: an analysis of tools available in U.S. environmental law
Robin Kundis Craig, Ahjond S. Garmestani, Craig R. Allen, Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, Hannah Birgé, Daniel A DeCaro, Alexander K. Fremier, Hannah Gosnell, and Edella Schlager
Creative convergence: exploring biocultural diversity through art
Jean L. Polfus, Deborah Simmons, Michael Neyelle, Walter Bayha, Frederick Andrew, Leon Andrew, Bethann G. Merkle, Keren Rice, and Micheline Manseau
Corruption risks, management practices, and performance in water service delivery in Kenya and Ghana: an agent-based model
Francesc Bellaubi and Claudia Pahl-Wostl
Locating financial incentives among diverse motivations for long-term private land conservation
Matthew J. Selinske, Benjamin Cooke, Nooshin Torabi, Mathew J. Hardy, Andrew T. Knight, and Sarah A Bekessy
The drama of resilience: learning, doing, and sharing for sustainability
Katrina Brown, Natalia Eernstman, Alexander R Huke, and Nick Reding
Wood-based bioenergy in western Montana: the importance of understanding path dependence and local context for resilience
Tyler A. Beeton and Kathleen A. Galvin
“Everything revolves around the herring”: the Heiltsuk–herring relationship through time
Alisha M. Gauvreau, Dana Lepofsky, Murray Rutherford, and Mike Reid
Save water or save wildlife? Water use and conservation in the central Sierran foothill oak woodlands of California, USA
Lynn Huntsinger, Tracy V. Hruska, Jose L. Oviedo, Matthew W. K. Shapero, Glenn A. Nader, Roger S. Ingram, and Steven R. Beissinger
A new direction for water management? Indigenous nation building as a strategy for river health
Steve Hemming, Daryle Rigney, Samantha L Muller, Grant Rigney, and Isobelle Campbell
Factors influencing successful collaboration for freshwater management in Aotearoa, New Zealand
Nicholas A. Cradock-Henry, Suzie Greenhalgh, Philip Brown, and Jim Sinner
Understanding the decline and resilience loss of a long-lived social-ecological system: insights from system dynamics
Alicia Tenza, Irene Pérez, Julia Martínez-Fernández, and Andrés Giménez
Landscape and biodiversity as new resources for agro-ecology? Insights from farmers’ perspectives
Nicolas Salliou and Cecile Barnaud
The imaginary worlds of sustainability: observations from an interactive art installation
Roy Bendor, David Maggs, Rachel Peake, John Robinson, and Steve Williams
Participatory processes for public lands: Do provinces practice what they preach?
Lauren F Miller and Solange Nadeau
Traditional ecological knowledge reveals the extent of sympatric lake trout diversity and habitat preferences
Kia Marin, Andrew Coon, and Dylan J Fraser
Capturing the value of green space in urban parks in a sustainable urban planning and design context: pros and cons of hedonic pricing
Gustav Engström and Asa Gren
Restoring people and productivity to Puanui: challenges and opportunities in the restoration of an intensive rain-fed Hawaiian field system
Kehaulani Marshall, Chloe Koseff, Amber L Roberts, Ala Lindsey, Aurora K. Kagawa-Viviani, Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, and Peter M Vitousek
Microeconomic relationships between and among fishers and traders influence the ability to respond to social-ecological changes in a small-scale fishery
Stuart Kininmonth, Beatrice Crona, Örjan Bodin, Ismael Vaccaro, Lauren J. Chapman, and Colin A. Chapman
Social-ecological memory in an autobiographical novel: ecoliteracy, place attachment, and identity related to the Korean traditional village landscape
GoWoon Kim, Rahul Teku Vaswani, and Dowon Lee
Indirect contributions of forests to dietary diversity in Southern Ethiopia
Frédéric Baudron, Jean-Yves Duriaux Chavarría, Roseline Remans, Kevin Yang, and Terry Sunderland
Metapopulation perspective to institutional fit: maintenance of dynamic habitat networks
Henna Fabritius, Ari Jokinen, and Mar Cabeza
Pastoralist-predator interaction at the roof of the world: Conflict dynamics and implications for conservation
Jaffar Ud Din, Hussain Ali, Aziz Ali, Muhammad Younus, Tahir Mehmood, Yusoff Norma-Rashid, and Muhammad Ali Nawaz
An exploration of sustainability change agents as facilitators of nonformal learning: mapping a moving and intertwined landscape
Katrien Van Poeck, Jeppe Læssøe, and Thomas Block
Costs, cobenefits, and community responses to REDD+: a case study from Nepal
Bishnu P. Sharma, Priya Shyamsundar, Mani Nepal, Subhrendu K. Pattanayak, and Bhaskar S. Karky
Shared visions, future challenges: a case study of three Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program locations
Emily H Walpole, Eric Toman, Robyn S Wilson, and Melanie Stidham
Reconnecting art and science for sustainability: learning from indigenous knowledge through participatory action-research in the Amazon
Simone Athayde, Jose Silva-Lugo, Marianne Schmink, Aturi Kaiabi, and Michael Heckenberger
The Azteca Chess experience: learning how to share concepts of ecological complexity with small coffee farmers
Luís García-Barrios, Juana Cruz-Morales, John Vandermeer, and Ivette Perfecto
Transitions between risk management regimes in cities
William Solecki, Mark Pelling, and Matthias Garschagen
A novel deliberative multicriteria evaluation approach to ecosystem service valuation
Georgia Mavrommati, Mark E. Borsuk, and Richard B. Howarth
The institutional design, politics, and effects of a bioregional approach: observations and lessons from 11 case studies of river basin organizations
Sander Meijerink and Dave Huitema
Top 40 questions in coupled human and natural systems (CHANS) research
Daniel Boyd Kramer, Joel Hartter, Angela E. Boag, Meha Jain, Kara Stevens, Kimberly A. Nicholas, William J. McConnell, and Jianguo Liu
Resilience, political ecology, and well-being: an interdisciplinary approach to understanding social-ecological change in coastal Bangladesh
Sonia F Hoque, Claire H. Quinn, and Susannah M Sallu
Obstacles to developing sustainable cities: the real estate rigidity trap
V. Kelly Turner
Beyond sustainability criteria and principles in palm oil production: addressing consumer concerns through insetting
Faisal M Mohd Noor, Anja Gassner, Anne Terheggen, and Philip Dobie
Identifying and categorizing cobenefits in state-supported Australian indigenous environmental management programs: international research implications
Marcus Barber and Sue Jackson
Designing a solution to enable agency-academic scientific collaboration for disasters
Lindley A. Mease, Theodora Gibbs-Plessl, Ashley L Erickson, Kristin A. Ludwig, Christopher M. Reddy, and Jane Lubchenco
Adaptive capacity: from assessment to action in coastal social-ecological systems
Charlotte K Whitney, Nathan J Bennett, Natalie C Ban, Edward H. Allison, Derek Armitage, Jessica L Blythe, Jenn M Burt, William Cheung, Elena M Finkbeiner, Maery Kaplan-Hallam, Ian Perry, Nancy J Turner, and Lilia Yumagulova
Interactions between payments for hydrologic services, landowner decisions, and ecohydrological consequences: synergies and disconnection in the cloud forest zone of central Veracruz, Mexico
Heidi Asbjornsen, Robert H Manson, Jason J Scullion, Friso Holwerda, Lyssette E. Muñoz-Villers, M. Susana Alvarado-Barrientos, Daniel Geissert, Todd E. Dawson, Jeffrey J. McDonnell, and L. Adrian Bruijnzeel
Teaching originality? Common habits behind creative production in science and arts
Marten Scheffer, Matthijs Baas, and Tone K Bjordam
Economically important species dominate aboveground carbon storage in forests of southwestern Amazonia
N. Galia Selaya, Pieter A. Zuidema, Christopher Baraloto, Vincent A. Vos, Roel J. W. Brienen, Nigel Pitman, Foster Brown, Amy E. Duchelle, Alejandro Araujo-Murakami, Luis A. Oliveira Carillo, Guido H. Vasquez Colomo, Severo Meo Chupinagua, Hugo Fuentes Nay, and Stephen Perz
Learning, adaptation, and the complexity of human and natural interactions in the ocean
James Wilson
Culturally induced range infilling of eastern redcedar: a problem in ecology, an ecological problem, or both?
Aubrey Streit Krug, Daniel R. Uden, Craig R. Allen, and Dirac Twidwell
Public access to spatial data on private-land conservation
Adena R. Rissman, Jessica Owley, Andrew W. L'Roe, Amy Wilson Morris, and Chloe B Wardropper
The concept of the Anthropocene as a game-changer: a new context for social innovation and transformations to sustainability
Per Olsson, Michele-Lee Moore, Frances R. Westley, and Daniel D. P. McCarthy
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