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Woody plant encroachment pervasive across three socially and ecologically diverse ecoregions

Londe, D. W., S. M. Cady, R. D. Elmore, and S. D. Fuhlendorf. 2022. Woody plant encroachment pervasive across three socially and ecologically diverse ecoregions. Ecology and Society 27(3):11.

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Woody plant encroachment pervasive across three socially and ecologically diverse ecoregions

Londe, D. W., S. M. Cady, R. D. Elmore, and S. D. Fuhlendorf. 2022. Woody plant encroachment pervasive across three socially and ecologically diverse ecoregions. Ecology and Society 27(3):11.

A call for agile futures practice in service of transformative change: lessons from envisioning positive climate futures emerging from the pandemic

Lazurko, A., and P. W. Keys. 2022. A call for agile futures practice in service of transformative change: lessons from envisioning positive climate futures emerging from the pandemic. Ecology and Society 27(3):10.

Drivers of social acceptability for bivalve aquaculture in Atlantic Canadian communities

Wood, S. E., and R. Filgueira. 2022. Drivers of social acceptability for bivalve aquaculture in Atlantic Canadian communities. Ecology and Society 27(3):9.

Fourteen propositions for resilience, fourteen years later

MathisonSlee, M., S. J. Lade, C. D. Barnes, K. Benessaiah, E. T. H. Crockett, A. S. Downing, J. A. Fowler, R. Belisle-Toler, S. Sharma, and K. J. Winkler. 2022. Fourteen propositions for resilience, fourteen years later. Ecology and Society 27(3):8.

Studying human-nature relations in aquatic social-ecological systems using the social-ecological action situations framework: how to move from empirical data to conceptual models

Herzog, L., L. Tanguay, B. E. Beisner, C. Pahl-Wostl, R. Audet, and M. Schl├╝ter. 2022. Studying human-nature relations in aquatic social-ecological systems using the social-ecological action situations framework: how to move from empirical data to conceptual models. Ecology and Society 27(3):7.

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