Ecology and Society Ecology and Society
E&S Home > Past Issues > Vol. 22, Iss. 3 (2017) Open Access Publishing 

Table of Contents: Volume 22, Issue 3

Special feature manuscripts are accompanied by a link (sf) which may be clicked to view the full table of contents for that Special Feature.

Enacting resilience for adaptive water governance: a case study of irrigation modernization in an Australian catchment
Margaret L. Ayre and Ruth A. Nettle
Balancing carrots and sticks in REDD+: implications for social safeguards
Amy E. Duchelle, Claudio de Sassi, Pamela Jagger, Marina Cromberg, Anne M. Larson, William D. Sunderlin, Stibniati S. Atmadja, Ida Aju Pradnja Resosudarmo, and Christy Desta Pratama
Coproduced game-changing in transformative social innovation: reconnecting the “broken city” of Rio de Janeiro
Carla Cipolla, Rita Afonso, Bonno Pel, Roberto Bartholo, Édison Renato Silva, and Domício Proença Júnior
Troublemaking carnivores: conflicts with humans in a diverse assemblage of large carnivores
Andrea T. Morehouse and Mark S. Boyce
Do ecosystem services provide an added value compared to existing forest planning approaches in Central Europe?
Markus A. Meyer and Christoph Schulz
Where you stand depends on where you sit: qualitative inquiry into notions of fire adaptation
Hannah Brenkert-Smith, James R Meldrum, Patricia A Champ, and Christopher M Barth
Polarization and clustering in scientific debates and problem framing: network analysis of the science-policy interface for grassland management in China
Aitong Li and Masaru Yarime
The role of agroforestry in building livelihood resilience to floods and drought in semiarid Kenya
Amy Quandt, Henry Neufeldt, and J. Terrence McCabe
The science and politics of human well-being: a case study in cocreating indicators for Puget Sound restoration
Kelly Biedenweg, Haley Harguth, and Kari Stiles
Environmental justice research shows the importance of social feedbacks in ecosystem service trade-offs
Neil M. Dawson, Kenneth Grogan, Adrian Martin, Ole Mertz, Maya Pasgaard, and Laura Vang Rasmussen
Inter- and transdisciplinary scenario construction to explore future land-use options in southern Amazonia
Regine Schönenberg, Rüdiger Schaldach, Tobia Lakes, Jan Göpel, and Florian Gollnow
Coordination and health sector adaptation to climate change in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta
Daniel Gilfillan, Thu T. Nguyen, and Ha T. Pham
Rivers and streams in the media: a content analysis of ecosystem services
Matthew A. Weber, Shannon Caplan, Paul Ringold, and Karen Blocksom
Increasing the effectiveness of participatory scenario development through codesign
Marissa F. McBride, Kathleen F. Lambert, Emily S. Huff, Kathleen A. Theoharides, Patrick Field, and Jonathan R Thompson
Not just another variable: untangling the spatialities of power in social–ecological systems
Micah L Ingalls
Spatial and temporal scale framing of a decision on the future of the Mactaquac Dam in New Brunswick, Canada
Kate H. Reilly and Jan F. Adamowski
Maintaining experiences of nature as a city grows
Jessica R. Sushinsky, Jonathan R. Rhodes, Danielle F. Shanahan, Hugh P. Possingham, and Richard A. Fuller
Historical perspective on the influence of wildfire policy, law, and informal institutions on management and forest resilience in a multiownership, frequent-fire, coupled human and natural system in Oregon, USA
Michelle M Steen-Adams, Susan Charnley, and Mark D Adams
Integrating social science into empirical models of coupled human and natural systems
Jeffrey D Kline, Eric M White, A Paige Fischer, Michelle M Steen-Adams, Susan Charnley, Christine S Olsen, Thomas A Spies, and John D Bailey
Integration of the ecosystem services concept in planning documents from six municipalities in southwestern Sweden
Amanda C Nordin, Helena I Hanson, and Johanna Alkan Olsson
Explaining the persistence of low income and environmentally degrading land uses in the Brazilian Amazon
Rachael D. Garrett, Toby A. Gardner, Thiago Fonseca Morello, Sebastien Marchand, Jos Barlow, Driss Ezzine de Blas, Joice Ferreira, Alexander C. Lees, and Luke Parry
Specificities of French community gardens as environmental stewardships
Ana Cristina Torres, Sophie Nadot, and Anne-Caroline Prévot
Walkerton revisited: how our psychological defenses may influence responses to water crises
S. A. Cote, H. C. Ross, K. David, and S. E. Wolfe
Robust-yet-fragile nature of partly engineered social-ecological systems: a case study of coastal Bangladesh
Asif Ishtiaque, Nikhil Sangwan, and David J. Yu
Diagnosing adaptive comanagement across multiple cases
Ryan Plummer, Julia Baird, Derek Armitage, Örjan Bodin, and Lisen Schultz
Capturing change: the duality of time-lapse imagery to acquire data and depict ecological dynamics
Emma M. Brinley Buckley, Craig R. Allen, Michael Forsberg, Michael Farrell, and Andrew J. Caven
Sustainability science as if the world mattered: sketching an art contribution by comparison
Michael H Pröpper
How small communities respond to environmental change: patterns from tropical to polar ecosystems
Henry P. Huntington, Alpina Begossi, Shari Fox Gearheard, Beth Kersey, Philip A. Loring, Tero Mustonen, Prakash K. Paudel, Renato A. M. Silvano, and Ron Vave
A quantitative framework for assessing ecological resilience
Didier L. Baho, Craig R. Allen, Ahjond Garmestani, Hannah Fried-Petersen, Sophia E. Renes, Lance Gunderson, and David G Angeler
The oak or the reed: how resilience theories are translated into disaster management policies
Caroline Wenger
Biodiversity conservation in a telecoupled world
L. Roman Carrasco, Joleen Chan, Francesca L. McGrath, and Le T. P. Nghiem
Response to: “Everything revolves around the herring”: the Heiltsuk-herring relationship through time. 2017. Gauvreau, A. M., D. Lepofsky, M. Rutherford, and M. Reid.
A response to: Gauvreau et al. 2017. ““Everything revolves around the herring”: the Heiltsuk–herring relationship through time”
Alisha M. Gauvreau, Dana Lepofsky, Murray Rutherford, and Mike Reid
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087