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Table of Contents: Volume 22, Issue 4

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Guest Editorial
Game-changers and transformative social innovation
Flor Avelino, Julia M. Wittmayer, René Kemp, and Alex Haxeltine
Who's in charge here anyway? Polycentric governance configurations and the development of policy on invasive alien species in the semisovereign Caribbean
Jetske Vaas, Peter P. J. Driessen, Mendel Giezen, Frank van Laerhoven, and Martin J Wassen
Resilience to hazards: rice farmers in the Mahanadi Delta, India
John M. Duncan, Emma L. Tompkins, Jadunandan Dash, and Basundhara Tripathy
Mainstreaming ecosystem services in state-level conservation planning: progress and future needs
Ryan R. Noe, Bonnie L. Keeler, Michael A. Kilgore, Steven J. Taff, and Stephen Polasky
How does network governance affect social-ecological fit across the land–sea interface? An empirical assessment from the Lesser Antilles
Jeremy Pittman and Derek Armitage
A new approach to conservation: using community empowerment for sustainable well-being
Alaka Wali, Diana Alvira, Paula S Tallman, Ashwin Ravikumar, and Miguel O Macedo
Restoring the environment, revitalizing the culture: cenote conservation in Yucatan, Mexico
Yolanda Lopez-Maldonado and Fikret Berkes
Agriculture production as a major driver of the Earth system exceeding planetary boundaries
Bruce M. Campbell, Douglas J. Beare, Elena M. Bennett, Jason M. Hall-Spencer, John S. I. Ingram, Fernando Jaramillo, Rodomiro Ortiz, Navin Ramankutty, Jeffrey A. Sayer, and Drew Shindell
Differences in resource management affects drought vulnerability across the borders between Iraq, Syria, and Turkey
Lina Eklund and Darcy Thompson
Intergroup cooperation prevents resource exhaustion but undermines intra-group cooperation in the common-pool resource experiment
Karolina Safarzynska
Telecoupling Toolbox: spatially explicit tools for studying telecoupled human and natural systems
Francesco Tonini and Jianguo Liu
Effects of accelerated wildfire on future fire regimes and implications for the United States federal fire policy
Alan A. Ager, Ana M. G. Barros, Haiganoush K. Preisler, Michelle A. Day, Thomas A. Spies, John D. Bailey, and John P. Bolte
Evaluation of a new method for assessing resilience in urban aquatic social-ecological systems
Jonathan P. Moores, Sharleen Yalden, Jennifer B. Gadd, and Annette Semadeni-Davies
The social structural foundations of adaptation and transformation in social–ecological systems
Michele L. Barnes, Örjan Bodin, Angela M Guerrero, Ryan R. J. McAllister, Steven M Alexander, and Garry Robins
Comparing group deliberation to other forms of preference aggregation in valuing ecosystem services
Mackenzie B Murphy, Georgia Mavrommati, Varun Rao Mallampalli, Richard B Howarth, and Mark E Borsuk
A coupled terrestrial and aquatic biogeophysical model of the Upper Merrimack River watershed, New Hampshire, to inform ecosystem services evaluation and management under climate and land-cover change
Nihar R Samal, Wilfred M Wollheim, Shan Zuidema, Robert J Stewart, Zaixing Zhou, Madeleine M Mineau, Mark E Borsuk, Kevin H Gardner, Stanley Glidden, Tao Huang, David A Lutz, Georgia Mavrommati, Alexandra M Thorn, Cameron P Wake, and Matthew Huber
Development of scenarios for land cover, population density, impervious cover, and conservation in New Hampshire, 2010–2100
Alexandra M. Thorn, Cameron P. Wake, Curt D Grimm, Clayton R Mitchell, Madeleine M Mineau, and Scott V. Ollinger
A representation of a Tuawhenua worldview guides environmental conservation
Puke Timoti, Philip O'B Lyver, Rangi Matamua, Christopher J Jones, and Brenda L Tahi
Adaptation to a landscape-scale mountain pine beetle epidemic in the era of networked governance: the enduring importance of bureaucratic institutions
Jesse B. Abrams, Heidi R. Huber-Stearns, Christopher Bone, Christine A. Grummon, and Cassandra Moseley
Operationalizing the telecoupling framework for migratory species using the spatial subsidies approach to examine ecosystem services provided by Mexican free-tailed bats
Laura López-Hoffman, Jay Diffendorfer, Ruscena Wiederholt, Kenneth J Bagstad, Wayne E. Thogmartin, Gary McCracken, Rodrigo L Medellin, Amy Russell, and Darius J Semmens
Resilience as a framework for analyzing the adaptation of mountain summer pasture systems to climate change
Baptiste Nettier, Laurent Dobremez, Sandra Lavorel, and Gilles Brunschwig
Facilitating public participation in water resources management: reflections from Tanzania
Jane Eleuter Kabogo, Elizabeth P Anderson, Pendo Hyera, and Godfred Kajanja
A framework for comparing collaborative management of Australian and New Zealand water resources
Kenneth F. D. Hughey, Chris Jacobson, and Erin F. Smith
Land-use change in a telecoupled world: the relevance and applicability of the telecoupling framework in the case of banana plantation expansion in Laos
Cecilie Friis and Jonas Østergaard Nielsen
Transforming governance in telecoupled food systems
Hallie Eakin, Ximena Rueda, and Ashwina Mahanti
Sámi reindeer governance in Norway as competing knowledge systems: a participatory study
Kathrine I Johnsen, Svein D Mathiesen, and Inger Marie Gaup Eira
Gendered forests: exploring gender dimensions in forest governance and REDD+ in Équateur Province, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
Raymond Achu Samndong and Darley Jose Kjosavik
Trends in bushmeat trade in a postconflict forest town: implications for food security
Nathalie van Vliet, Björn Schulte-Herbrüggen, Jonas Muhindo, Casimir Nebesse, Sylvestre Gambalemoke, and Robert Nasi
Wild mammals as economic goods and implications for their conservation
Lukas Boesch, Roger Mundry, Hjalmar S. Kühl, and Roger Berger
Women's local knowledge of water resources and adaptation to landscape change in the mountains of Veracruz, Mexico
Maria Kernecker, Christian R. Vogl, and Araceli Aguilar Meléndez
Socio-environmental drought response in a mixed urban-agricultural setting: synthesizing biophysical and governance responses in the Platte River Watershed, Nebraska, USA
Samuel C. Zipper, Kelly Helm Smith, Betsy Breyer, Jiangxiao Qiu, Anthony Kung, and Dustin Herrmann
Transforming (perceived) rigidity in environmental law through adaptive governance: a case of Endangered Species Act implementation
Hannah Gosnell, Brian C. Chaffin, J. B. Ruhl, Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, Robin K. Craig, Melinda H. Benson, and Alan Devenish
Exploring intrinsic, instrumental, and relational values for sustainable management of social-ecological systems
Paola Arias-Arévalo, Berta Martín-López, and Erik Gómez-Baggethun
Managing ecosystems without prior knowledge: pathological outcomes of lake liming
David G. Angeler, Stina Drakare, Richard K. Johnson, Stephan Köhler, and Tobias Vrede
Potentialities and constraints in the relation between social innovation and public policies: some lessons from South America
Ariel Gordon, Lucas D. Becerra, and Mariano Fressoli
Ways forward for resilience thinking: lessons from the field for those exploring social-ecological systems in agriculture and natural resource management
Katrina Sinclair, Andrea Rawluk, Saideepa Kumar, and Allan Curtis
Linking well-being with cultural revitalization for greater cognitive justice in conservation: lessons from Venezuela in Canaima National Park
Iokiñe Rodriguez
Moving beyond the human–nature dichotomy through biocultural approaches: including ecological well-being in resilience indicators
Sophie Caillon, Georgina Cullman, Bas Verschuuren, and Eleanor J Sterling
Soil cultures – the adaptive cycle of agrarian soil use in Central Europe: an interdisciplinary study using soil scientific and archaeological research
Sandra Teuber, Jan J. Ahlrichs, Jessica Henkner, Thomas Knopf, Peter Kühn, and Thomas Scholten
Cross-interdisciplinary insights into adaptive governance and resilience
Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, Hannah Gosnell, Melinda H. Benson, and Robin K. Craig
Integration across a metacoupled world
Jianguo Liu
Even at the uttermost ends of the Earth: how seabirds telecouple the Beagle Channel with regional and global processes that affect environmental conservation and social-ecological sustainability
Andrea N. Raya Rey, J. Cristobal Pizarro, Christopher B. Anderson, and Falk Huettmann
Forest ecosystem-service transitions: the ecological dimensions of the forest transition
Sarah Jane Wilson, John Schelhas, Ricardo Grau, A. Sofía Nanni, and Sean Sloan
A framework for modeling adaptive forest management and decision making under climate change
Rasoul Yousefpour, Christian Temperli, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Bo Jellesmark Thorsen, Henrik Meilby, Manfred J. Lexer, Marcus Lindner, Harald Bugmann, Jose G. Borges, João H. N. Palma, Duncan Ray, Niklaus E. Zimmermann, Sylvain Delzon, Antoine Kremer, Koen Kramer, Christopher P. O. Reyer, Petra Lasch-Born, Jordi Garcia-Gonzalo, and Marc Hanewinkel
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