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Table of Contents: Volume 24, Issue 2

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Integrating fisheries management into sustainable development planning
Katie K Arkema, Lauren A. Rogers, Jodie Toft, Alex Mesher, Katherine H Wyatt, Shenique Albury-Smith, Stacey Moultrie, Mary H Ruckelshaus, and Jameal Samhouri
How ecosystem services and agroecology are greening French agriculture through its reterritorialization
Xavier Arnauld de Sartre, Marion Charbonneau, and Orianne Charrier
Adoption and diffusion of technical capacity-building innovations by small-scale artisanal fishers in Fiji
Tracy MacKeracher, Simon J. Foale, Georgina G. Gurney, and Steven W. Purcell
Identifying and categorizing stakeholders for protected area expansion around a national park in Namibia
Lelani M. Mannetti, Thomas Göttert, Ulrich Zeller, and Karen J Esler
Degrees of change toward polycentric transboundary water governance: exploring the Columbia River and the Lesotho Highlands Water Project
William Jesse Baltutis and Michele-Lee Moore
Resilience in social-ecological systems: identifying stable and unstable equilibria with agent-based models
Maarten J. van Strien, Sibyl H. Huber, John M. Anderies, and Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
Identifying past social-ecological thresholds to understand long-term temporal dynamics in Spain
Fernando Santos-Martín, Blanca González García-Mon, José A. González, Irene Iniesta-Arandia, Marina García-Llorente, Carlos Montes, Federica Ravera, Cesar A López-Santiago, Óscar Carpintero, Javier Benayas, and Berta Martín-López
Deliberative multiattribute valuation of ecosystem services across a range of regional land-use, socioeconomic, and climate scenarios for the upper Merrimack River watershed, New Hampshire, USA
Mark E Borsuk, Georgia Mavrommati, Nihar R Samal, Shan Zuidema, Wilfred Wollheim, Shannon H Rogers, Alexandra M. Thorn, David Lutz, Madeleine Mineau, Curt Grimm, Cameron P Wake, Richard Howarth, and Kevin Gardner
Peatland and wetland ecosystems in Peruvian Amazonia: indigenous classifications and perspectives
Christopher Schulz, Manuel Martín Brañas, Cecilia Núñez Pérez, Margarita Del Aguila Villacorta, Nina Laurie, Ian T. Lawson, and Katherine H. Roucoux
Land-use elements and attributed ecosystem services: an archetype approach to land-use evaluation at the German North Sea coast
Leena Karrasch, Thomas Klenke, and Michael Kleyer
Linking equity, power, and stakeholders’ roles in relation to ecosystem services
Améline Vallet, Bruno Locatelli, Harold Levrel, Nicolas Dendoncker, Cecile Barnaud, and Yésica Quispe Conde
Collaborative governance: a tool to manage scientific, administrative, and strategic uncertainties in environmental management?
Nicola Ulibarri
Clam hunger and the changing ocean: characterizing social and ecological risks to the Quinault razor clam fishery using participatory modeling
Katherine M. Crosman, Eleni L. Petrou, Merrill B. Rudd, and Michael D. Tillotson
Ecosystem size predicts social-ecological dynamics
Mark A. Kaemingk, Christopher J. Chizinski, Craig R. Allen, and Kevin L. Pope
Types of urban agricultural stakeholders and their understandings of governance
Zachary Piso, Lissy Goralnik, Julie C. Libarkin, and Maria Claudia Lopez
Forests expand as livestock pressure declines in subtropical South America
Rafael E Bernardi, Marion Buddeberg, Matías Arim, and Milena Holmgren
Water community networks and the appropriation of neoliberal practices: social technology, depoliticization, and resistance
Emilie Dupuits
The constitution of hydrosocial power: agribusiness and water scarcity in Ica, Peru
Gerardo H. Damonte
Applying three distinct metrics to measure people’s perceptions of resilience
Takuro Uehara, Takahiro Tsuge, and Ayumi Onuma
Urban resilience building in modern development: a case of Phnom Penh City, Cambodia
Sothun Nop and Alec Thornton
Archetypical pathways of direct and indirect land-use change caused by Cambodia’s economic land concessions
Nicholas R. Magliocca, Quy Van Khuc, Evan A. Ellicott, and Ariane de Bremond
Adaptation finance archetypes: local governments’ persistent challenges of funding adaptation to climate change and ways to overcome them
Susanne C. Moser, Julia A. Ekstrom, Julia Kim, and Samantha Heitsch
Complexity fosters learning in collaborative adaptive management
María E. Fernández-Giménez, David J. Augustine, Lauren M. Porensky, Hailey Wilmer, Justin D. Derner, David D. Briske, and Michelle O. Stewart
Explaining path-dependent rigidity traps: increasing returns, power, discourses, and entrepreneurship intertwined in social-ecological systems
Pablo F. Méndez, Jaime M. Amezaga, and Luis Santamaría
Collective factors drive individual invasive species control behaviors: evidence from private lands in Montana, USA
Alice A. Lubeck, Alexander L. Metcalf, Crystal L. Beckman, Laurie Yung, and Justin W. Angle
Evolving interest and sense of self in an environmental citizen science program
Yurong He, Julia K Parrish, Shawn Rowe, and Timothy Jones
The Andean Condor as bird, authority, and devil: an empirical assessment of the biocultural keystone species concept in the high Andes of Chile
Andrés Jacques-Coper, Guillermo Cubillos, and José Tomás Ibarra
The promises and pitfalls of ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change as a vehicle for social empowerment
Stephen Woroniecki, Christine Wamsler, and Emily Boyd
A wider view of assessments of ecosystem services in coastal areas: the perspective of social-ecological complexity
Liliana Solé and Eduard Ariza
Archetype analysis in sustainability research: meanings, motivations, and evidence-based policy making
Christoph Oberlack, Diana Sietz, Elisabeth Bürgi Bonanomi, Ariane de Bremond, Jampel Dell'Angelo, Klaus Eisenack, Erle C Ellis, Graham Epstein, Markus Giger, Andreas Heinimann, Christian Kimmich, Marcel TJ Kok, David Manuel-Navarrete, Peter Messerli, Patrick Meyfroidt, TomᚠVáclavík, and Sergio Villamayor-Tomas
Synthesizing plausible futures for biodiversity and ecosystem services in Europe and Central Asia using scenario archetypes
Paula A. Harrison, Zuzana V. Harmáčková, Armağan Aloe Karabulut, Lluis Brotons, Matthew Cantele, Joachim Claudet, Robert W. Dunford, Antoine Guisan, Ian P. Holman, Sander Jacobs, Kasper Kok, Anastasia Lobanova, Alejandra Morán-Ordóñez, Simona Pedde, Christian Rixen, Fernando Santos-Martín, Martin A. Schlaepfer, Cosimo Solidoro, Anthony Sonrel, and Jennifer Hauck
EVOLvINC: EValuating knOwLedge INtegration Capacity in multistakeholder governance
Martin Hitziger, Maurizio Aragrande, John A. Berezowski, Massimo Canali, Victor Del Rio Vilas, Sabine Hoffmann, Gilberto Igrejas, Hans Keune, Alexandra Lux, Mieghan Bruce, Markus A Palenberg, Christian Pohl, Miroslav Radeski, Ina Richter, Carmenza Robledo Abad, Robert H Salerno, Sara Savic, Janina Schirmer, Barbara R. Vogler, and Simon R. Rüegg
Subjective evaluations of ecosystem services and disservices: an approach to creating and analyzing robust survey scales
Kelli L. Larson, Elizabeth A. Corley, Riley Andrade, Sharon J. Hall, Abigail M York, Sara Meerow, Paul Coseo, Daniel L. Childers, and David M. Hondula
A systems thinking approach for eliciting mental models from visual boundary objects in hydropolitical contexts: a case study from the Pilcomayo River Basin
Riveraine S. Walters, Erin S. Kenzie, Alexander E. Metzger, William Jesse Baltutis, Kakali B. Chakrabarti, Shana Lee Hirsch, and Bethany K. Laursen
Improving problem definition and project planning in complex natural resource management problem situations using knowledge brokers and visual design principles
Kathi K. Beratan
Invited Manuscripts
How to build a cross-disciplinary institute: the curious case of the South American Institute for Resilience and Sustainability Studies
Marten Scheffer and Nestor Mazzeo
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