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Table of Contents: Volume 23, Issue 3

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Prioritizing enablers for effective community forestry in Cameroon
Lalisa A. Duguma, Peter A. Minang, Divine Foundjem-Tita, Parmutia Makui, and Serge Mandiefe Piabuo
Creating transformative spaces for dialogue and action: reflecting on the experience of the Southern Africa Food Lab
Scott Drimie, Ralph Hamann, Annie P. Manderson, and Norah Mlondobozi
Social-ecological systems influence ecosystem service perception: a Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS) analysis
Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Jodi S Brandt, Katrina Running, Colden V. Baxter, Dainee M. Gibson, Jenna Narducci, and Antonio J. Castro
Increasing social-ecological resilience within small-scale agriculture in conflict-affected Guatemala
Jon Hellin, Blake D. Ratner, Ruth Meinzen-Dick, and Santiago Lopez-Ridaura
Traditional Ecological Knowledge as a tool for biocultural landscape restoration in northern Veracruz, Mexico: a case study in El Tajín region
Noé Velázquez-Rosas, Evodia Silva-Rivera, Betsabé Ruiz-Guerra, Samaria Armenta-Montero, and Jesús Trejo González
“The squeaky wheel gets the grease”? The conflict imperative and the slow fight against environmental injustice in northern Peruvian Amazon
Martí Orta-Martínez, Lorenzo Pellegrini, and Murat Arsel
Transdisciplinary research as transformative space making for sustainability: enhancing propoor transformative agency in periurban contexts
Fiona Marshall, Jonathan Dolley, and Ritu Priya
The Regime Shifts Database: a framework for analyzing regime shifts in social-ecological systems
Reinette Biggs, Garry D Peterson, and Juan C. Rocha
Implementing strategies to overcome social-ecological traps: the role of community brokers and institutional bricolage in a locally managed marine area
Dirk J. Steenbergen and Carol Warren
Seeking unconventional alliances and bridging innovations in spaces for transformative change: the seed sector and agricultural sustainability in Argentina
Patrick van Zwanenberg, Almendra Cremaschi, Martin Obaya, Anabel Marin, and Vanesa Lowenstein
Who benefits from seafood trade? A comparison of social and market structures in small-scale fisheries
Elizabeth Drury O'Neill, Beatrice Crona, Alice Joan G. Ferrer, Robert Pomeroy, and Narriman S. Jiddawi
Photovoice for mobilizing insights on human well-being in complex social-ecological systems: case studies from Kenya and South Africa
Vanessa A. Masterson, Shauna L. Mahajan, and Maria Tengö
Effects of fisheries management on local ecological knowledge
Emily R. Farr, Joshua S. Stoll, and Christine M. Beitl
Can income diversification resolve social-ecological traps in small-scale fisheries and aquaculture in the global south? A case study of response diversity in the Tam Giang lagoon, central Vietnam
Tong Thi Hai Hanh and Wiebren J Boonstra
Complex effects of natural disasters on protected areas through altering telecouplings
Jindong Zhang, Thomas Connor, Hongbo Yang, Zhiyun Ouyang, Shuxin Li, and Jianguo Liu
Social-ecological resilience in indigenous coastal edge contexts
Monica E. Mulrennan and Véronique Bussičres
Mangroves, fishers, and the struggle for adaptive comanagement: applying the social-ecological systems framework to a marine extractive reserve (RESEX) in Brazil
Stefan Partelow, Marion Glaser, Sofía Solano Arce, Roberta Sá Leităo Barboza, and Achim Schlüter
Spatial patterns of seasonal crop production suggest coordination within and across dryland agricultural systems of Hawaiʻi Island
Aurora K. Kagawa-Viviani, Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, Seth Quintus, Matthew P. Lucas, and Thomas W. Giambelluca
The implications of group norms for adaptation in collectively managed agricultural systems: evidence from Sri Lankan paddy farmers
Arielle Tozier de la Poterie, Emily K. Burchfield, and Amanda R. Carrico
Reframing the sustainable development goals to achieve sustainable development in the Anthropocene—a systems approach
Michelle M. L. Lim, Peter Sřgaard Jřrgensen, and Carina A Wyborn
Frontiers in socio-environmental research: components, connections, scale, and context
Simone Pulver, Nicola Ulibarri, Kathryn L. Sobocinski, Steven M. Alexander, Michelle L. Johnson, Paul F. McCord, and Jampel Dell'Angelo
Incorporating multilevel values into the social-ecological systems framework
Carena J van Riper, Andreas Thiel, Marianne Penker, Michael Braito, Adam C. Landon, Jennifer M Thomsen, and Catherine M. Tucker
Social fields and natural systems: integrating knowledge about society and nature
Lennart Olsson and Anne Jerneck
Adaptation pathways to cope with salinization in south-west coastal region of Bangladesh
Peerzadi Rumana Hossain, Fulco Ludwig, and Rik Leemans
Fishing strategy diversification and fishers' ecological dependency
Johanna Yletyinen, Jonas Hentati-Sundberg, Thorsten Blenckner, and Örjan Bodin
Learning and linking for invasive species management
Sally W. Nourani, Marianne E. Krasny, and Daniel J. Decker
Structures, actors, and interactions in the analysis of natural resource conflicts
Ton Salman, Marjo de Theije, and Irene Vélez-Torres
Transforming conflicts from the bottom-up? Reflections on civil society efforts to empower marginalized fishers in postwar Sri Lanka
Joeri Scholtens and Maarten Bavinck
Power and politics in stakeholder engagement: farm dweller (in)visibility and conversions to game farming in South Africa
Femke Brandt, Jenny Josefsson, and Marja Spierenburg
South-to-south exchanges in understanding and addressing natural resource conflicts
Kate A. Berry, Bhanumathi Kalluri, and Antonio La Vina
Community forest governance in Cameroon: a review
Serge Mandiefe Piabuo, Divine Foundjem-Tita, and Peter A Minang
Commoning in dynamic environments: community-based management of turtle nesting sites on the lower Amazon floodplain
Juarez Pezzuti, Fábio de Castro, David G McGrath, Priscila Saikoski Miorando, Roberta Sá Leităo Barboza, and Fernanda Carneiro Romagnoli
Alternative environmentalities: recasting the assessment of Canada’s first Marine Stewardship Council-certified fishery in social terms
Paul Foley, Dinah A. Okyere, and Charles Mather
The interdisciplinary decision problem: Popperian optimism and Kuhnian pessimism in forestry
Johannes Persson, Henrik Thorén, and Lennart Olsson
A critical realist inquiry in conducting interdisciplinary research: an analysis of LUCID examples
Maryam Nastar, Chad S. Boda, and Lennart Olsson
Wetlands need people: a framework for understanding and promoting Australian indigenous wetland management
Michelle L. Pyke, Sandy Toussaint, Paul G. Close, Rebecca J Dobbs, Irene Davey, Kevin J George, Daniel Oades, Deborah Sibosado, Phillip McCarthy, Cecelia Tigan, Bernadette Angus (Jnr), Elaine Riley, Devena Cox, Zynal Cox, Brendan Smith, Preston Cox, Albert Wiggan, and Julian Clifton
Conflict or cooperation? Social capital as a power resource and conflict mitigation strategy in timber operations in Ghana’s off-reserve forest areas
Mirjam A. F. Ros-Tonen and Mercy Derkyi
The dynamics of purposeful change: a model
Howard Silverman and Gregory M Hill
Values-led management: the guidance of place-based values in environmental relationships of the past, present, and future
Kyle A. Artelle, Janet Stephenson, Corey Bragg, Jessie A. Housty, William G. Housty, Merata Kawharu, and Nancy J. Turner
African community-based conservation: a systematic review of social and ecological outcomes
Kathleen A Galvin, Tyler A Beeton, and Matthew W Luizza
Food as a daily art: ideas for its use as a method in development practice
L. Jamila Haider and Frederik J. W. van Oudenhoven
The emergence of social licence necessitates reforms in environmental regulation
Ingrid E. van Putten, Christopher Cvitanovic, Elizabeth Fulton, Justine Lacey, and Rachel Kelly
Achieving the promise of integration in social-ecological research: a review and prospectus
Angela M Guerrero, Nathan J Bennett, Kerrie A Wilson, Neil Carter, David Gill, Morena Mills, Christopher D Ives, Matthew J Selinske, Cecilia Larrosa, Sarah Bekessy, Fraser A Januchowski-Hartley, Henry Travers, Carina A Wyborn, and Ana Nuno
Exploring youth activism on climate change: dutiful, disruptive, and dangerous dissent
Karen O'Brien, Elin Selboe, and Bronwyn M Hayward
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