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Table of Contents: Volume 23, Issue 1

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Guest Editorial
Introduction to the Special Feature Practicing Panarchy: Assessing legal flexibility, ecological resilience, and adaptive governance in regional water systems experiencing rapid environmental change
Barbara A. Cosens, Lance Gunderson, and Brian C. Chaffin
Welcoming different perspectives in IPBES: “Nature’s contributions to people” and “Ecosystem services”
Garry D. Peterson, Zuzana V. Harmáčková, Megan Meacham, Cibele Queiroz, Amanda Jiménez-Aceituno, Jan J Kuiper, Katja Malmborg, Nadia Sitas, and Elena M. Bennett
Expanding the contribution of the social sciences to social-ecological resilience research
Samantha Stone-Jovicich, Bruce E Goldstein, Katrina Brown, Ryan Plummer, and Per Olsson
Democratizing conservation science and practice
Anne K. Salomon, Ken Lertzman, Kelly Brown, Ḵii'iljuus Barbara Wilson, Dave Secord, and Iain McKechnie
Research
Adaptive pathways and coupled infrastructure: seven centuries of adaptation to water risk and the production of vulnerability in Mexico City
Beth Tellman, Julia C. Bausch, Hallie Eakin, John M. Anderies, Marisa Mazari-Hiriart, David Manuel-Navarrete, and Charles L. Redman
The agrarian metabolism as a tool for assessing agrarian sustainability, and its application to Spanish agriculture (1960-2008)
Gloria I Guzmán, Eduardo Aguilera, Roberto García-Ruiz, Eva Torremocha, David Soto-Fernández, Juan Infante-Amate, and Manuel González de Molina
Systematic evaluation of scenario assessments supporting sustainable integrated natural resources management: evidence from four case studies in Africa
Julia Reinhardt, Stefan Liersch, Mohamed Arbi Abdeladhim, Mori Diallo, Chris Dickens, Samuel Fournet, Fred Fokko Hattermann, Clovis Kabaseke, Moses Muhumuza, Marloes L. Mul, Tobias Pilz, Ilona M. Otto, and Ariane Walz
Learning from collaborative research on sustainably managing fresh water: implications for ethical research–practice engagement
Margaret L Ayre, Philip J Wallis, and Katherine A Daniell
Creating legal rights for rivers: lessons from Australia, New Zealand, and India
Erin L. O'Donnell and Julia Talbot-Jones
Protected areas and territorial exclusion of traditional communities: analyzing the social impacts of environmental compensation strategies in Brazil
Felisa C. Anaya and Mário M. Espírito-Santo
Subjective measures of household resilience to climate variability and change: insights from a nationally representative survey of Tanzania
Lindsey Jones, Emma Samman, and Patrick Vinck
Trade in the telecoupling framework: evidence from the metals industry
Hang Xiong, James D. A. Millington, and Wei Xu
How can integrated valuation of ecosystem services help understanding and steering agroecological transitions?
Nicolas Dendoncker, Fanny Boeraeve, Emilie Crouzat, Marc Dufrêne, Ariane König, and Cecile Barnaud
Supplying the wildlife trade as a livelihood strategy in a biodiversity hotspot
Janine E. Robinson, Richard A. Griffiths, Iain M. Fraser, Jessica Raharimalala, David L. Roberts, and Freya A. V. St. John
Transforming communicative spaces: the rhythm of gender in meetings in rural Solomon Islands
Michelle Dyer
Farmer perceptions of plant–soil interactions can affect adoption of sustainable management practices in cocoa agroforests: a case study from Southeast Sulawesi
Ariani C Wartenberg, Wilma J Blaser, K. N Janudianto, James M Roshetko, Meine van Noordwijk, and Johan Six
Using futures methods to create transformative spaces: visions of a good Anthropocene in southern Africa
Laura M. Pereira, Tanja Hichert, Maike Hamann, Rika Preiser, and Reinette Biggs
Using Inuit traditional ecological knowledge for detecting and monitoring avian cholera among Common Eiders in the eastern Canadian Arctic
Dominique A. Henri, Frankie Jean-Gagnon, and H. Grant Gilchrist
Stories in social-ecological knowledge cocreation
Diego Galafassi, Tim M. Daw, Matilda Thyresson, Sergio Rosendo, Tomas Chaigneau, Salomão Bandeira, Lydiah Munyi, Ida Gabrielsson, and Katrina Brown
Analyzing community resilience as an emergent property of dynamic social-ecological systems
Lucy Faulkner, Katrina Brown, and Tara Quinn
Reimagining large-scale open-water fisheries governance through adaptive comanagement in hilsa shad sanctuaries
Martin L van Brakel, Md. Nahiduzzaman, A. B. M. Mahfuzul Haque, Md. Golam Mustafa, Md. Jalilur Rahman, and Md. Abdul Wahab
Institutional linkages and landscape governance systems: the case of Mt. Marsabit, Kenya
Lance W. Robinson and Joram K. Kagombe
Recovery and adaptation after the 2015 Nepal earthquakes: a smallholder household perspective
Kathleen Epstein, Jessica DiCarlo, Robin Marsh, Bikash Adhikari, Dinesh Paudel, Isha Ray, and Inger E. Måren
Smallholder telecoupling and potential sustainability
Karl S. Zimmerer, Eric F. Lambin, and Steven J. Vanek
Managing urban flood resilience as a multilevel governance challenge: an analysis of required multilevel coordination mechanisms
Carel Dieperink, Hannelore Mees, Sally J Priest, Kristina Ek, Silvia Bruzzone, Corinne Larrue, and Piotr Matczak
Vulnerability of dryland agricultural regimes to economic and climatic change
Patrick G. Lawrence, Bruce D. Maxwell, Lisa J. Rew, Colter Ellis, and Anton Bekkerman
Recommendations for full-spectrum sustainability in Canadian lobster integrated management plans based on a socioeconomic analysis of Barrington, Nova Scotia
Allain J. Barnett
Drivers of fishing at the household scale in Fiji
Rachel Dacks, Tamara Ticktin, Stacy D. Jupiter, and Alan Friedlander
Governance and the making and breaking of social-ecological traps
Dana M. Baker, Grant Murray, and Andrew Kyei Agyare
Analyzing stakeholders’ workshop dialogue for evidence of social learning
Amanda L. Bentley Brymer, J. D. Wulfhorst, and Mark W. Brunson
Well-being and conservation: diversity and change in visions of a good life among the Maasai of northern Tanzania
Emily Woodhouse and J. Terrence McCabe
First stewards: ecological outcomes of forest and wildlife stewardship by indigenous peoples of Wisconsin, USA
Donald M. Waller and Nicholas J. Reo
Drivers of illegal livelihoods in remote transboundary regions: the case of the Trans-Fly region of Papua New Guinea
Sara Busilacchi, James R. A. Butler, Wayne A. Rochester, and Joseph Posu
Insight
Quantifying uncertainty and trade-offs in resilience assessments
Craig R. Allen, Hannah E. Birge, David G. Angeler, Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, Brian C. Chaffin, Daniel A. DeCaro, Ahjond S. Garmestani, and Lance Gunderson
Climate change, cattle, and the challenge of sustainability in a telecoupled system in Africa
Tara S. Easter, Alexander K. Killion, and Neil H. Carter
Ecosystem services, social interdependencies, and collective action: a conceptual framework
Cecile Barnaud, Esteve Corbera, Roldan Muradian, Nicolas Salliou, Clélia Sirami, Aude Vialatte, Jean-Philippe Choisis, Nicolas Dendoncker, Raphael Mathevet, Clémence Moreau, Victoria Reyes-García, Martí Boada, Marc Deconchat, Catherine Cibien, Stephan Garnier, Roser Maneja, and Martine Antona
Going beyond “it depends:” the role of context in shaping participation in natural resource management
Susan Baker and F. Stuart Chapin III
The plurality of values in sustainable agriculture models: diverse lock-in and coevolution patterns
Gael Plumecocq, Thomas Debril, Michel Duru, Marie-Benoît Magrini, Jean Pierre Sarthou, and Olivier Therond
From concepts to practice: combining different approaches to understand drivers of landscape change
Thanasis Kizos, Peter H. Verburg, Matthias Bürgi, Dimitirs Gounaridis, Tobias Plieninger, Claudia Bieling, and Thomas Balatsos
Biocultural approaches to developing well-being indicators in Solomon Islands
Joe McCarter, Eleanor J Sterling, Stacy D Jupiter, Georgina D Cullman, Simon Albert, Marlene Basi, Erin Betley, David Boseto, Evan S Bulehite, Ryan Harron, Piokera S Holland, Ned Horning, Alec Hughes, Nixon Jino, Cynthia Malone, Senoveva Mauli, Bernadette Pae, Remmy Papae, Ferish Rence, Oke Revo, Ezekiel Taqala, Miri Taqu, Hara Woltz, and Christopher E Filardi
Evolving conceptions of the role of large dams in social-ecological resilience
Mia A. Hammersley, Christopher Scott, and Randy Gimblett
Synthesis
The climate-smart village approach: framework of an integrative strategy for scaling up adaptation options in agriculture
Pramod K Aggarwal, Andy Jarvis, Bruce M Campbell, Robert B. Zougmoré, Arun Khatri-Chhetri, Sonja J. Vermeulen, Ana Maria Loboguerrero, Leocadio S Sebastian, James Kinyangi, Osana Bonilla-Findji, Maren Radeny, John Recha, Deissy Martinez-Baron, Julian Ramirez-Villegas, Sophia Huyer, Philip Thornton, Eva Wollenberg, James Hansen, Patricia Alvarez-Toro, Andrés Aguilar-Ariza, David Arango-Londoño, Victor Patiño-Bravo, Ovidio Rivera, Mathieu Ouedraogo, and Bui Tan Yen
Polycentric governance in telecoupled resource systems
Christoph Oberlack, Sébastien Boillat, Stefan Brönnimann, Jean-David Gerber, Andreas Heinimann, Chinwe Ifejika Speranza, Peter Messerli, Stephan Rist, and Urs Wiesmann
Transatlantic wood pellet trade demonstrates telecoupled benefits
Esther S Parish, Anna J Herzberger, Colin C Phifer, and Virginia H Dale
Bringing multiple values to the table: assessing future land-use and climate change in North Kona, Hawaiʻi
Leah L Bremer, Lisa Mandle, Clay Trauernicht, Puaʻala Pascua, Heather L McMillen, Kimberly Burnett, Christopher A Wada, Natalie Kurashima, Shimona A. Quazi, Thomas Giambelluca, Pia Chock, and Tamara Ticktin
Peruvian anchoveta as a telecoupled fisheries system
Andrew K. Carlson, William W. Taylor, Jianguo Liu, and Ivan Orlic
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