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Table of Contents: Volume 23, Issue 2

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Guest Editorial
The practice and promise of private land conservation
Michael Drescher and Jacob C. Brenner
Adaptation in fire-prone landscapes: interactions of policies, management, wildfire, and social networks in Oregon, USA
Thomas A. Spies, Robert M. Scheller, and John P. Bolte
Research
Connectors and coordinators in natural resource governance: insights from Swiss water supply
Mario Angst, Alexander Widmer, Manuel Fischer, and Karin Ingold
Participatory processes and support tools for planning in complex dynamic environments: a case study on web-GIS based participatory water resources planning in Almeria, Spain
Nora Van Cauwenbergh, Alba Ballester Ciuró, and Rhodante Ahlers
To log or not to log: local perceptions of timber management and its implications for well-being within a sustainable-use protected area
Natalie A Cooper and Karen A Kainer
Developing a shared understanding of the Upper Mississippi River: the foundation of an ecological resilience assessment
Kristen L Bouska, Jeffrey N Houser, Nathan R. De Jager, and Jon Hendrickson
Challenges for REDD+ in Indonesia: a case study of three project sites
Ashley M. Enrici and Klaus Hubacek
Institutionalization of REDD+ MRV in Indonesia, Peru, and Tanzania: progress and implications
Robert M. Ochieng, Bas Arts, Maria Brockhaus, and Ingrid J. Visseren-Hamakers
Imagining transformative futures: participatory foresight for food systems change
Aniek Hebinck, Joost M. Vervoort, Paul Hebinck, Lucas Rutting, and Francesca Galli
Postharvest fish losses and unequal gender relations: drivers of the social-ecological trap in the Barotse Floodplain fishery, Zambia
Steven M. Cole, Cynthia McDougall, Alexander M. Kaminski, Alexander S. Kefi, Alex Chilala, and Gethings Chisule
On the relationship between attitudes and environmental behaviors of key Great Barrier Reef user groups
Jeremy A. Goldberg, Nadine A. Marshall, Alastair Birtles, Peter Case, Matthew I. Curnock, and Georgina G. Gurney
Rebuilding pastoral social-ecological resilience on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau in response to changes in policy, economics, and climate
Gongbuzeren, Lynn Huntsinger, and WenJun Li
Distribution of fishery benefits and community well-being: a review of increased access to the Eastern Nova Scotia snow crab fishery
Kevin Squires and Melanie G Wiber
Building blocks for social-ecological transformations: identifying and building on governance successes for small-scale fisheries
Mark Andrachuk, Derek Armitage, Ha Dung Hoang, and Nam Van Le
Participatory identification and selection of ecosystem services: building on field experiences
Fanny Boeraeve, Marc Dufrene, Rik De Vreese, Sander Jacobs, Nathalie Pipart, Francis Turkelboom, Wim Verheyden, and Nicolas Dendoncker
Synthesis
Agroecological transitions: What can sustainability transition frameworks teach us? An ontological and empirical analysis
Guillaume Ollivier, Danièle Magda, Armelle Mazé, Gael Plumecocq, and Claire Lamine
Escaping social-ecological traps through tribal stewardship on national forest lands in the Pacific Northwest, United States of America
Jonathan W Long and Frank K Lake
A framework for conceptualizing and assessing the resilience of essential services produced by socio-technical systems
Susara E van der Merwe, Reinette Biggs, and Rika Preiser
Toward an integrative framework for local development path analysis
Alastair W. Moore, Leslie King, Ann Dale, and Robert Newell
The ecology and economics of restoration: when, what, where, and how to restore ecosystems
Jason R Rohr, Emily S Bernhardt, Marc W Cadotte, and William H Clements
Intersectorality in the governance of inland fisheries
Andrew M Song, Shannon D Bower, Paul Onyango, Steven J Cooke, Shehu L Akintola, Jan Baer, Tek B Gurung, Missaka Hettiarachchi, Mohammad Mahmudul Islam, Wilson Mhlanga, Fiona Nunan, Pekka Salmi, Vipul Singh, Xavier Tezzo, Simon J Funge-Smith, Prateep K. Nayak, and Ratana Chuenpagdee
The relationship between adaptive management of social-ecological systems and law: a systematic review
Miguel F. Frohlich, Chris Jacobson, Pedro Fidelman, and Timothy F. Smith
What's in a name? Unpacking “participatory” environmental monitoring
Nerea Turreira-García, Jens F. Lund, Pablo Domínguez, Elena Carrillo-Anglés, Mathias C. Brummer, Priya Duenn, and Victoria Reyes-García
Insight
Combining participatory scenario planning and systems modeling to identify drivers of future sustainability on the Mongolian Plateau
Ginger R. H. Allington, Maria E. Fernandez-Gimenez, Jiquan Chen, and Daniel G. Brown
Local knowledge in ecological modeling
Annie Claude Bélisle, Hugo Asselin, Patrice LeBlanc, and Sylvie Gauthier
Sonifying social-ecological change: A wetland laments agricultural transformation
David G Angeler, Miguel Alvarez-Cobelas, and Salvador Sánchez-Carrillo
Response
Sustainability transformations as shifts in worldviews: a dynamic view of complementarity issues
A response to: Alrøe and Noe. 2016. “Sustainability assessment and complementarity”
Cyrille Rigolot
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