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Table of Contents: Volume 25, Issue 4

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Guest Editorial
Conceptualizing, analyzing, and supporting stewardship: examining the role of civil society in environmental governance
Michelle L. Johnson, Lindsay K. Campbell, and Erika S. Svendsen
Navigating the chaos of an unfolding global cycle
Brian Walker, Stephen R. Carpenter, Carl Folke, Lance Gunderson, Garry D. Peterson, Marten Scheffer, Michael Schoon, and Frances R. Westley
Canada and transboundary fisheries management in changing oceans: taking stock, future scenarios
U. R. Sumaila and David L. VanderZwaag
Plantations and pastoralists: afforestation activities make pastoralists in the Indian Himalaya vulnerable
Vijay Ramprasad, Abha Joglekar, and Forrest Fleischman
Agricultural intensification and risk in water-constrained hard-rock regions: a social-ecological systems study of horticulture cultivation in western India
Pooja Prasad and Milind Sohoni
Pathways out of poverty through the lens of development resilience: an agent-based simulation
Yue Dou, Peter J. Deadman, Marta Berbés-Blázquez, Nathan D Vogt, and Oriana Almeida
Compensating Indigenous social and cultural losses: a community-based multiple-attribute approach
Robin Gregory, Philip Halteman, Nicole Kaechele, Jana Kotaska, and Terre Satterfield
Resilience applied to farming: organic farmers’ perspectives
Augustine Perrin, Rebecka Milestad, and Guillaume Martin
Gardener demographics, experience, and motivations drive differences in plant species richness and composition in urban gardens
Stacy M. Philpott, Monika H. Egerer, Peter Bichier, Hamutahl Cohen, Roseann Cohen, Heidi Liere, Shalene Jha, and Brenda B. Lin
Cross-scale risk perception: differences between tribal leaders and resource managers in Arctic Alaska
Berill Blair and Gary P. Kofinas
From risk behavior to perceived farm resilience: a Dutch case study
Thomas Slijper, Yann de Mey, P. Marijn Poortvliet, and Miranda P. M. Meuwissen
Risk of encounters between North Atlantic right whales and recreational vessel traffic in the southeastern United States
Nancy L Montes, Robert Swett, and Timothy A Gowan
Indigenous climate adaptation sovereignty in a Zimbabwean agro-pastoral system: exploring definitions of sustainability success using a participatory agent-based model
M. V. Eitzel, Jon Solera, K. B. Wilson, Kleber Neves, Aaron C. Fisher, André Veski, Oluwasola E. Omoju, Abraham Mawere Ndlovu, and Emmanuel Mhike Hove
Intangible links between household livelihoods and food security in Solomon Islands: implications for rural development
Hampus Eriksson, Reuben Sulu, Jessica L. Blythe, Jan van der Ploeg, and Neil Andrew
Enriching perspectives: experienced ecosystem services in rural Mozambique and the importance of a gendered livelihood approach to resist reductionist analyses of local culture
Juliana Porsani, Lowe Börjeson, Rickard Lalander, Kari Lehtilä, and Angelina R. O. Martins
Governing global telecoupling toward environmental sustainability
Jens Newig, Edward Challies, Benedetta Cotta, Andrea Lenschow, and Almut Schilling-Vacaflor
Restricting pesticides on a traditional crop: the example of khat (Catha edulis) and the Njuri Ncheke of Meru, Kenya
James S. Krueger and Daniel M. Mutyambai
Knowledge sharing in interdisciplinary disaster risk management initiatives: cocreation insights and experience from New Zealand
Tyler M. Barton, Sarah J. Beaven, Nicholas A. Cradock-Henry, and Thomas M. Wilson
Experts and elephants: local ecological knowledge predicts landscape use for a species involved in human-wildlife conflict
Erin K Buchholtz, Lee A Fitzgerald, Anna Songhurst, Graham P McCulloch, and Amanda L. Stronza
Where elephants roam: perceived risk, vulnerability, and adaptation in the Okavango Delta
Lauren Redmore, Amanda L. Stronza, Anna Songhurst, and Graham McCulloch
Actor network analysis to leverage improvements in conservation and development outcomes in Cambodia
Rebecca A. Riggs, James D. Langston, and Sithan Phann
Supporting stakeholders to anticipate and respond to risks in a Mekong River water-energy-food nexus
Louise Gallagher, Birgit Kopainsky, Andrea M. Bassi, Andrea Betancourt, Chanmeta Buth, Puthearath Chan, Simon Costanzo, Sarah St. George Freeman, Chandet Horm, Sandab Khim, Malyne Neang, Naroeun Rin, Ken Sereyrotha, Kimchhin Sok, Chansopheaktra Sovann, Michele Thieme, Karina Watkins, Carina A. Wyborn, and Christian Bréthaut
Beyond fixes that fail: identifying sustainable improvements to tree seed supply and farmer participation in forest and landscape restoration
Michel Valette, Barbara Vinceti, Nestor Gregorio, Arwen Bailey, Evert Thomas, and Riina Jalonen
Perceived availability and access limitations to ecosystem service well-being benefits increase in urban areas
Marie Lapointe, Georgina G. Gurney, and Graeme S. Cumming
“Like the plains people losing the buffalo”: perceptions of climate change impacts, fisheries management, and adaptation actions by Indigenous peoples in coastal British Columbia, Canada
Charlotte K. Whitney, Alejandro Frid, Barry K. Edgar, Jennifer Walkus, Peter Siwallace, Iris L. Siwallace, and Natalie C. Ban
The adaptive cycle and the ecosystem services: a social-ecological analysis of Chiloé Island, southern Chile
Daniela C. Pérez-Orellana, Luisa E. Delgado, and Victor H. Marin
Evaluating water quality regulation as a driver of farmer behavior: a social-ecological systems approach
Courtney R. Hammond Wagner, Suzie Greenhalgh, Meredith T. Niles, Asim Zia, and William B. Bowden
Trade-offs between benefits and costs of forest proximity: farmers' practices and strategies regarding tree–crop integration and ecosystem disservices management
Mulatu Osie, Sileshi Nemomissa, Simon Shibru, and Gemedo Dalle
The effects of urban development and current green infrastructure policy on future climate change resilience
Charlotte Shade, Peleg Kremer, Julia S. Rockwell, and Keith G. Henderson
Assessing livelihood vulnerability using a Bayesian network: a case study in northern Laos
Victoria Junquera and Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
Institutions and inequality interplay shapes the impact of economic growth on biodiversity loss
M. Usman Mirza, Andries Richter, Egbert H. van Nes, and Marten Scheffer
Climate change, shifting threat points, and the management of transboundary fish stocks
U. Rashid Sumaila, Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, and William W. L. Cheung
Challenges to transboundary fisheries management in North America under climate change
Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, U. Rashid Sumaila, and William W. L. Cheung
Are transboundary fisheries management arrangements in the Northwest Atlantic and North Pacific seaworthy in a changing ocean?
Olga Koubrak and David L. VanderZwaag
Putting machine learning to use in natural resource management—improving model performance
Ulrich J Frey
Toward the development of sustainable ecotourism in Italian national parks of the Apennines: insights from hiking guides
Stefano Poponi, Jordan Palli, Sonia Ferrari, Goffredo Filibeck, T'ai G. W. Forte, Cinzia Franceschini, Alessandro Ruggieri, and Gianluca Piovesan
The Flow of Peasant Lives: a board game to simulate livelihood strategies and trajectories resulting from complex rural household decisions
Luis García-Barrios, Tlacaelel Rivera-Núñez, Juana Cruz-Morales, Jorge Urdapilleta-Carrasco, Elizabeth Castro-Salcido, Ivett Peña-Azcona, Oscar Martínez-López, Angelita López-Cruz, Merci Morales, and Jorge Espinoza
Archetypical opportunities for water governance adaptation to climate change
Anastasiia Gotgelf, Matteo Roggero, and Klaus Eisenack
Seeing the forest for more than the trees: aesthetic and contextual malleability of preferences for climate change adaptation strategies
Jeffrey Jenkins, Brett Milligan, and Yiwei Huang
Collaborative research to inform adaptive comanagement: a framework for the Heʻeia National Estuarine Research Reserve
Kawika B. Winter, Yoshimi M. Rii, Frederick A. W. L. Reppun, Katy DeLaforgue Hintzen, Rosanna A. Alegado, Brian W. Bowen, Leah L. Bremer, Makena Coffman, Jonathan L. Deenik, Megan J. Donahue, Kim A. Falinski, Kiana Frank, Erik C. Franklin, Natalie Kurashima, Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, Elizabeth M. P. Madin, Margaret A. McManus, Craig E. Nelson, Ryan Okano, Anthony Olegario, Pua'ala Pascua, Kirsten L. L. Oleson, Melissa R. Price, Malia Ana J. Rivera, Kuulei S. Rodgers, Tamara Ticktin, Christopher L. Sabine, Celia M. Smith, Alice Hewett, Rocky Kaluhiwa, Māhealani Cypher, Bill Thomas, Jo-Ann Leong, Kristina Kekuewa, Jean Tanimoto, Kānekoa Kukea-Shultz, A. Hiʻilei Kawelo, Keliʻi Kotubetey, Brian J. Neilson, Tina S. Lee, and Robert J. Toonen
Using socioeconomic system analysis to define scientific needs: a reverse engineering method applied to the conversion of a coal-fired to a wood biomass power plant
Hendrik Davi, Laetitia Tuffery, Emmanuel Garbolino, Bernard Prévosto, and Bruno Fady
Oral history and traditional ecological knowledge in social innovation and smallholder sovereignty: a case study of erva-mate in Southern Brazil
Evelyn R. Nimmo, Alessandra I. de Carvalho, Robson Laverdi, and André E. B. Lacerda
The role of collaborative research in learning to incorporate values of the public in social–ecological system governance: case study of bushfire risk planning
Kathryn J. H. Williams, Rebecca M. Ford, and Andrea Rawluk
Transboundary fisheries, climate change, and the ecosystem approach: taking stock of the international law and policy seascape
Cecilia Engler
Indigenous fire management: a conceptual model from literature
William D. Nikolakis and Emma Roberts
Environmental governance theories: a review and application to coastal systems
Stefan Partelow, Achim Schlüter, Derek Armitage, Maarten Bavinck, Keith Carlisle, Rebecca L. Gruby, Anna-Katharina Hornidge, Martin Le Tissier, Jeremy B. Pittman, Andrew M. Song, Lisa P. Sousa, Natașa Văidianu, and Kristof Van Assche
Socio-hydrology: an interplay of design and self-organization in a multilevel world
David J. Yu, Heejun Chang, Taylor T. Davis, Vicken Hillis, Landon T Marston, Woi Sok Oh, Murugesu Sivapalan, and Timothy M. Waring
Telecoupling visualizations through a network lens: a systematic review
Gabi Sonderegger, Christoph Oberlack, Jorge C. Llopis, Peter H. Verburg, and Andreas Heinimann
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