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Table of Contents: Volume 25, Issue 1

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Research
Integrating hunter knowledge with community-based conservation in the Pamir Region of Tajikistan
Qobiljon Shokirov and Norman Backhaus
Discourse, agency, and social license to operate in New Zealand’s marine economy
Mark J. Newton, Trisia A. Farrelly, and Jim Sinner
Indigenous and local knowledge in sustainability transformations research: a literature review
David P. M. Lam, Elvira Hinz, Daniel J. Lang, Maria Tengö, Henrik von Wehrden, and Berta Martín-López
Agricultural abandonment and resilience in a Mediterranean periurban traditional agroecosystem: a landscape approach
María Vallés-Planells, Francisco Galiana, and Ignacio Díez Torrijos
Thinking outside the plot: monitoring forest biodiversity for social-ecological research
Carl F Salk, Robin Chazdon, and Daniel Waiswa
Embedding ecosystem services ideas into policy processes: an institutional analysis
Duncan J. Russel and John Turnpenny
Assessment of Ostrom’s social-ecological system framework for the comanagement of small-scale marine fisheries in Colombia: from local fishers’ perspectives
Darlin Botto-Barrios and Lina M. Saavedra-Díaz
Research pathways to foster transformation: linking sustainability science and social-ecological systems research
Andra-Ioana Horcea-Milcu, Berta Martín-López, David P. M. Lam, and Daniel J. Lang
Learning for transitions: a niche perspective
Luke Metelerkamp, Reinette Biggs, and Scott Drimie
Agricultural expansion in Uruguayan grasslands and priority areas for vertebrate and woody plant conservation
Alejandro Brazeiro, Marcel Achkar, Carolina Toranza, and Lucía Bartesaghi
Using participatory action research to operationalize critical systems thinking in social-ecological systems
Madelon Eelderink, Joost M Vervoort, and Frank van Laerhoven
A comparison of sustainability objectives: how well does the Canadian Fisheries Research Network framework compare with fisheries, forestry, and aquaculture certification schemes?
Claire Mussells and Robert L. Stephenson
Toward negotiated mitigation of landslide risks in informal settlements: reflections from a pilot experience in Medellín, Colombia
Harry Smith, Françoise Coupé, Soledad Garcia-Ferrari, Helena Rivera, and Wilmar Edgardo Castro Mera
Insight
Coerced regimes: management challenges in the Anthropocene
David G. Angeler, Brian C. Chaffin, Shana M. Sundstrom, Ahjond Garmestani, Kevin L. Pope, Daniel R. Uden, Dirac Twidwell, and Craig R. Allen
The social component of social-ecological research: moving from the periphery to the center
Alicia Castillo, Aída Atenea Bullen-Aguiar, Juan Luis Peña-Mondragón, and Norma Georgina Gutiérrez-Serrano
Land use planning in the Amazon basin: challenges from resilience thinking
Cesar A Ruiz Agudelo, Nestor Mazzeo, Ismael Díaz, Maria P Barral, Gervasio Piñeiro, Isabel Gadino, Ingid Roche, and Rocio Juliana Acuña-Posada
Transformation of traditional shifting cultivation into permanent cropping systems: a case study in Sarayaku, Ecuador
Hannes Schritt, Christine Beusch, Pedro Ríos Guayasamín, and Martin Kaupenjohann
Synthesis
Application of intervention design concepts to project planning for collaborative adaptive management of natural resources
Kathi K. Beratan
Response
The risk of underestimating long-term fisheries creep
A response to: Palomares and Pauly. 2019. “On the creeping increase of vessels’ fishing power”
Kim J. N. Scherrer and Eric D. Galbraith
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