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Table of Contents: Volume 24, Issue 4

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Guest Editorial
Better balancing the social and natural dimensions in sustainability research
Lennart Olsson and Barry Ness
Context matters: influence of organizational, environmental, and social factors on civic environmental stewardship group intensity
Michelle L. Johnson, Dexter H. Locke, Erika Svendsen, Lindsay K. Campbell, Lynne M. Westphal, Michele Romolini, and J. Morgan Grove
New pathways for governing food system transformations: a pluralistic practice-based futures approach using visioning, back-casting, and serious gaming
Astrid C. Mangnus, Joost M. Vervoort, Steven R. McGreevy, Kazuhiko Ota, Christoph D. D. Rupprecht, Momoe Oga, and Mai Kobayashi
Brokers of relevance in National Park Service urban collaborative networks
Elizabeth E. Perry, Daniel H. Krymkowski, and Robert E. Manning
Social-ecological trends: managing the vulnerability of coastal fishing communities
Monalisa R. O. Silva, Maria G. Pennino, and Priscila F. M. Lopes
Exploring natural capital using bibliometrics and social media data
Yuan Pan and Bhaskar Vira
Quantitative decision support tools facilitate social-ecological alignment in community-based marine protected area design
Nils C Krueck, Ali Yansyah Abdurrahim, Dedi S Adhuri, Peter J Mumby, and Helen Ross
Working together: the roles of geographic proximity, homophilic organizational characteristics, and neighborhood context in civic stewardship collaboration networks in Philadelphia and New York City
Lorien Jasny, Michelle Johnson, Lindsay K Campbell, Erika Svendsen, and Josh Redmond
Strong historical and ongoing indigenous marine governance in the northeast Pacific Ocean: a case study of the Kitasoo/Xai’xais First Nation
Natalie Ban, Emma Wilson, and Doug Neasloss
Recovery planning in a dynamic system: integrating uncertainty into a decision support tool for an endangered songbird
Jessica C. Stanton, Jenny Marek, Linnea S. Hall, Barbara E. Kus, Allison Alvarado, Bruce K. Orr, Eric Morrissette, Laura Riege, and Wayne E. Thogmartin
An indicator framework to support comprehensive approaches to sustainable fisheries management
Eric Angel, Danielle N. Edwards, Sarah Hawkshaw, Catarina Wor, and Courtenay E. Parlee
Fostering urban transformations in Latin America: lessons around the ecological management of an urban stream in coproduction with a social movement (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Martin Graziano, Grecia Stefanía de Groot, Laura Daniela Pilato, María Laura Sánchez, Irina Izaguirre, and Haydée N. Pizarro
Exploring and expanding transdisciplinary research for sustainable and just natural resource management
Margaret G. Wolff, Jessica J. Cockburn, Chris De Wet, Joana Carlos Bezerra, Matthew J. T. Weaver, Andiswa Finca, Alta De Vos, Mateboho M. Ralekhetla, Notiswa Libala, Qawekazi B. Mkabile, Oghenekaro Nelson Odume, and Carolyn G. Palmer
Methods for understanding social-ecological systems: a review of place-based studies
Alta de Vos, Reinette Biggs, and Rika Preiser
A framework to assess integration in flood risk management: implications for governance, policy, and practice
Lydia Cumiskey, Sally J. Priest, Frans Klijn, and Meri Juntti
Iron triangles and subsidies: understanding the long-term role of the government on Swedish commercial fisheries
Jonas Hentati-Sundberg, Katharina Fryers Hellquist, and Andreas Duit
Resilience of agricultural systems facing increased salinity intrusion in deltaic coastal areas of Vietnam
Minh Tu Nguyen, Fabrice G Renaud, Zita Sebesvari, and Duy Can Nguyen
Local knowledge and democracy in fisheries management: a case study of adaptation to the Anthropocene in southeast Louisiana
Jacob E. Lipsman
Beyond the blame game: a restoration pathway reconciles ecologists’ and local leaders’ divergent models of seasonally dry tropical forest degradation
Andrea K. Jara-Guerrero, Diana Maldonado-Riofrío, Carlos I. Espinosa, and David H. Duncan
Identifying the strengths and weaknesses of conservation planning at different scales: the Coral Triangle as a case study
Jessica Cheok, Rebecca Weeks, and Robert L Pressey
Heterogeneity among clam harvesters in northwest Mexico shapes individual adaptive capacity
Kara E Pellowe and Heather M Leslie
Change in heathland fire sizes inside vs. outside the Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia, over 50 years of fire-exclusion policy: lessons for REDD+
Maria U. Johansson, Senait D. Senay, Emma Creathorn, Habtemariam Kassa, and Kristoffer Hylander
Biocultural diversity: a Mongolian case study
Barbara C. Seele, Karen J. Esler, and Anthony B. Cunningham
Expert views on strategies to increase water resilience: evidence from a global survey
Lucy Rodina and Kai M.A. Chan
Temporal dimensions of reported life satisfaction in a low-income, agricultural environment
Helen Adams, Andrew Reid Bell, and Md. Ehsanul Haque Tamal
Archetyping shared socioeconomic pathways across scales: an application to central Asia and European case studies
Simona Pedde, Kasper Kok, Katharina Hölscher, Christoph Oberlack, Paula A Harrison, and Rik Leemans
Factors influencing social demands of aquatic ecosystems
Joseph E. Flotemersch, Samantha M. Shattuck, Kelsey B. Aho, Clayton E. Cox, and Maryann R. Cairns
Institutions and the resilience of biobased production systems: the historical case of livestock intensification in the Netherlands
Catrien J. A. M. Termeer, Peter H. Feindt, Timos Karpouzoglou, Krijn J. Poppe, Gert Jan Hofstede, Koen Kramer, Lan Ge, Erik Mathijs, and Miranda P. M. Meuwissen
Biocultural indicators to support locally led environmental management and monitoring
Bryant C. DeRoy, Chris T. Darimont, and Christina N. Service
Panarchy, ontological and epistemological phenomena, and the Plague
Sean Geobey and Katharine A. McGowan
How does nature contribute to human mobility? A conceptual framework and qualitative analysis
Charlotte Wiederkehr, Matthias Schröter, Helen Adams, Ralf Seppelt, and Kathleen Hermans
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