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Table of Contents: Volume 24, Issue 3

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Invited Manuscripts
Rethinking resource allocation in science
Johan Bollen, Stephen R Carpenter, Jane Lubchenco, and Marten Scheffer
Guest Editorial
Collaboration and conflict in complex water governance systems across a development gradient: addressing common challenges and solutions
María Mancilla García, Jacob Hileman, and Örjan Bodin
Research
Navigating social-ecological trade-offs in small-scale fisheries management: an agent-based population model of stoplight parrotfish (Sparisoma viride) for a Caribbean coral reef fishery
Tyler Pavlowich, Anne R Kapuscinski, and D. G. Webster
Interactions between individual, household, and fishing community resilience in southeast Brazil
Marta Leite, Helen Ross, and Fikret Berkes
Unraveling complex relations between forest-cover change and conflicts through spatial and relational analyses
Irene Pérez-Llorente, M. Isabel Ramírez, Jaime Paneque-Gálvez, Claudio Garibay Orozco, and Rafael González-López
Explaining political polarization in environmental governance using narrative analysis
Benjamin P. Warner
Archetypes of common village pasture problems in the South Caucasus: insights from comparative case studies in Georgia and Azerbaijan
Regina Neudert, Anja Salzer, Naiba Allahverdiyeva, Jonathan Etzold, and Volker Beckmann
Applying a social-ecological well-being approach to enhance opportunities for marine protected area governance
Irene Brueckner-Irwin, Derek Armitage, and Simon Courtenay
The role of capital in drought adaptation among rural communities in Eswatini
Karen M. Bailey, Robert A. McCleery, and Grenville Barnes
Social–ecological inventory in a postdisaster context: the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake, Aotearoa-New Zealand
Nicholas A Cradock-Henry, Franca Buelow, and Joanna Fountain
Capturing emergent phenomena in social-ecological systems: an analytical framework
Maja Schlüter, L. Jamila Haider, Steven J. Lade, Emilie Lindkvist, Romina Martin, Kirill Orach, Nanda Wijermans, and Carl Folke
Landscape stewardship for a German UNESCO Biosphere Reserve: a network approach to establishing stewardship governance
Klara J. Winkler and Jennifer Hauck
Disputing nature in the Anthropocene: technology as friend and foe in the struggle to conserve wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
Hannah L. Harrison, Janine Hauer, Jonas Ø. Nielsen, and Øystein Aas
Loss and social-ecological transformation: pathways of change in Xochimilco, Mexico
Hallie Eakin, Rebecca E. Shelton, J. Mario Siqueiros-Garcia, Lakshmi Charli-Joseph, and David Manuel-Navarrete
Measuring social-ecological resilience reveals opportunities for transforming environmental governance
Anne K Salomon, Allyson E Quinlan, Gabrielle H Pang, Daniel K Okamoto, and Leonardo Vazquez-Vera
Context matters: horizontal and hierarchical network governance structures in Vietnam’s sanitation sector
Manuel Fischer, Mi Nguyen, and Linda Strande
Analyzing drivers of fish biomass and biodiversity within community fish refuges in Cambodia
Kathryn J. Fiorella, Elizabeth R. Bageant, Miratori Kim, Vichet Sean, Vanvuth Try, Hillary J. MacDonell, Eric Baran, Yumiko Kura, Alan C. Brooks, Christopher B. Barrett, and Shakuntala H. Thilsted
Do practitioners of holistic management exhibit systems thinking?
Carolyn Mann, John R. Parkins, Marney E. Isaac, and Kate Sherren
Natural resources knowledge socialization in Yucatan, Mexico: promoting a mutually beneficial society-nature relationship
María Teresa Castillo-Burguete, Mallely Martínez-Mateos, and María Dolores Viga-de Alva
Bright spots among lakes in the Rideau Valley Watershed, Ontario
Juno Garrah, Barbara Frei, and Elena M. Bennett
Branding Wakatobi: marine development and legitimation by science
Chui-Ling Tam
Systemic coordination and the problem of seasonal harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie
Ramiro Berardo, V. Kelly Turner, and Stian Rice
Multilevel water quality management in the international Rhine catchment area: how to establish social-ecological fit through collaborative governance
Alexander Widmer, Laura Herzog, Andreas Moser, and Karin Ingold
Development of social-ecological conceptual models as the basis for an integrated ecosystem assessment framework in Southeast Alaska
Judith Rosellon-Druker, Marysia Szymkowiak, Curry J. Cunningham, Stephen Kasperski, Gordon H. Kruse, Jamal H. Moss, and Ellen M. Yasumiishi
On the creeping increase of vessels’ fishing power
Maria L. D. Palomares and Daniel Pauly
Sustainable rural renewal in China: archetypical patterns
Rongyu Wang, Klaus Eisenack, and Rong Tan
Synthesis
Design and quality criteria for archetype analysis
Klaus Eisenack, Sergio Villamayor-Tomas, Graham Epstein, Christian Kimmich, Nicholas Magliocca, David Manuel-Navarrete, Christoph Oberlack, Matteo Roggero, and Diana Sietz
Action-orientated research and framework: insights from the French long-term social-ecological research network
Vincent Bretagnolle, Marc Benoit, Mathieu Bonnefond, Vincent Breton, Jon M. Church, Sabrina Gaba, Daniel Gilbert, François Gillet, Sandrine Glatron, Chloé Guerbois, Nicolas Lamouroux, Marc Lebouvier, Camille Mazé, Jean-Marie Mouchel, Annie Ouin, Olivier Pays, Christophe Piscart, Olivier Ragueneau, Sylvie Servain, Thomas Spiegelberger, and Hervé Fritz
Resilience and fire management in the Anthropocene
Lindsey Gillson, Cathy Whitlock, and Glynis Humphrey
Insight
Applying a “theory of change” process to facilitate transdisciplinary sustainability education
Derek Armitage, Julia Arends, Natasha L Barlow, Alana Closs, Geneva A Cloutis, Matthew Cowley, Christina Davis, Sheralyn D Dunlop, Sara Ganowski, Charlotte Hings, Lesley Chepkemoi Rotich, Kyle Schang, Stephen Tsuji, and Cassandra Wiens
Practical use of full-spectrum sustainability in the Bay of Fundy
Owen P Jones and Robert L. Stephenson
From ordinary environmentalism to the public environment: theoretical reflections based on French and European empirical research
Nathalie Blanc
Response
What is governance in global telecoupling?
A response to: Oberlack et al. 2018. “Polycentric governance in telecoupled resource systems”
Jens Newig, Andrea Lenschow, Edward Challies, Benedetta Cotta, and Almut Schilling-Vacaflor
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