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Table of Contents: Volume 26, Issue 2

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Assessing impacts of social-ecological diversity on resilience in a wetland coupled human and natural system
Nathan D. Van Schmidt, José L. Oviedo, Tracy Hruska, Lynn Huntsinger, Tony J. Kovach, A. Marm Kilpatrick, Norman L. Miller, and Steven R. Beissinger
Measures against the abandonment of common property summer pastures: experimental evidence from joint appropriation–provision games
Ivo Baur and Heinrich H. Nax
Participatory assessment of sustainability and resilience of three specialized farming systems
Wim Paas, Isabeau Coopmans, Simone Severini, Martin K. van Ittersum, Miranda P. M. Meuwissen, and Pytrik Reidsma
Filmmaking as a source of enhanced knowledge and transformation in conflicts over small-scale fisheries: the case of Colombia
Beatriz Rodriguez-Labajos, Lina M. Saavedra-Díaz, and Darlin Botto-Barrios
Historical Indigenous Land-Use Explains Plant Functional Trait Diversity
Chelsey Geralda Armstrong, Jesse E. D. Miller, Alex C McAlvay, Patrick Morgan Ritchie, and Dana Lepofsky
Using dialogue to contextualize culture, ecosystem services, and cultural ecosystem services
Karen E Allen, Celia Castellano, and Sophia Pessagno
The role of incentive-based instruments and social equity in conservation conflict interventions
Sarobidy O. Rakotonarivo, Andrew Reid Bell, Katharine Abernethy, Jeroen Minderman, A Bradley Duthie, Steve Redpath, Aidan Keane, Henry Travers, Stephanie Bourgeois, Lea-Larissa Moukagni, Jeremy J Cusack, Isabel L Jones, Rocío A Pozo, and Nils Bunnefeld
How do structural and agent-based factors influence the effectiveness of incentive policies? A spatially explicit agent-based model to optimize woodland-for-water PES policy design at the local level
Eulŕlia Baulenas, Teresa Baiges, Teresa Cervera, and Claudia Pahl-Wostl
Making adaptive governance work in biodiversity conservation: lessons in invasive alien aquatic plant management in Lake Biwa, Japan
Kentaro Miyanaga and Katsuki Nakai
Semi-natural habitats in boreal Europe: a rise of a social-ecological research agenda
Irina Herzon, Kaisa J. Raatikainen, Sřlvi Wehn, Solvita Rūsiņa, Aveliina Helm, Sara A. O. Cousins, and Valerijus Rašomavičius
Ecological and financial strategies provide complementary benefits for smallholder climate resilience: insights from a simulation model
Tim G. Williams, Gunnar Dressler, Anne Elise Stratton, and Birgit Müller
Mitigating the impacts of fragmented land tenure through community-based institutional innovations: two case study villages from Guinan County of Qinghai Province, China
Gongbuzeren, Jing Zhang, Minghao Zhuang, Jian Zhang, and Lynn Huntsinger
Investing in the commons: transient welfare creates incentives despite open access
Jacob P Ziegler, Sunny L Jardine, Stuart E Jones, Brett T van Poorten, Marco A Janssen, and Christopher T Solomon
Quantifying the transient shock response of dynamic agroecosystem variables for improved socio-environmental resilience
Jordan M Carper, Mohammad Reza Alizadeh, Jan F Adamowski, Azhar Inam, and Julien J Malard
Integrating emotional affect into bear viewing management and bear safety education
John M. Nettles, Matthew T. J. Brownlee, Jeffrey C. Hallo, David S. Jachowski, and Ryan L. Sharp
Assessment of urban resilience based on the transformation of resource-based cities: a case study of Panzhihua, China
Yue Yang, Yi-ping Fang, Yun Xu, and Yike Zhang
How Mongolian herders perceive ecological change in a “stable” landscape
Batdelger Gantuya, Marianna Biró, Ábel Molnár, Ákos Avar, Abolfazl Sharifian Bahraman, Dániel Babai, and Zsolt Molnár
Fostering horizontal knowledge co-production with Indigenous people by leveraging researchers' transdisciplinary intentions
David Manuel-Navarrete, Christine N. Buzinde, and Tod Swanson
Ecosystems services research in action: reflexively valuing environments in the South Pacific
Chelsea E. Hunter and Matthew Lauer
Impact of gameplay vs. reading on mental models of social-ecological systems: a fuzzy cognitive mapping approach
Tanya O'Garra, Diana Reckien, Stephanie Pfirman, Elizabeth Bachrach Simon, Grace H Bachman, Jessica Brunacini, and Joey J Lee
Opportunities and impediments for use of local data in the management of salmon fisheries
Sarah C. Inman, Janessa Esquible, Michael L. Jones, William R. Bechtol, and Brendan Connors
Collapse, reorganization, and regime identity: breaking down past management paradigms in a forest-grassland ecotone
Victoria M Donovan, Caleb P Roberts, Carissa L Wonkka, Daniel R Uden, David G Angeler, Craig R Allen, David A Wedin, Rhae A Drijber, and Dirac Twidwell
Toward understanding the governance of varietal and genetic diversity
Maria K Gerullis, Thomas Heckelei, and Sebastian Rasch
Assessing environmental initiatives through an ecosystem stewardship lens
Alice Ramos de Moraes, F. Stuart Chapin III, and Cristiana Simăo Seixas
Resilience of social-ecological systems: drastic seasonal change is associated with economic but not social flexibility among fishers in the Brazilian Pantanal
Rafael M. Chiaravalloti, Daniel M. Freitas, Rodrigo A. de Souza, Sumalika Biswas, Andrea Markos, Miraira Noal Manfroi, and Mark Dyble
Does experimentally quieting traffic noise benefit people and birds?
Mitchell J Levenhagen, Zachary D Miller, Alissa R Petrelli, Lauren A Ferguson, Yau-Huo (Jimmy) Shr, B. Derrick Taff, Kurt M Fristrup, Christopher J.W. McClure, Shan Burson, Michael Giamellaro, Peter Newman, Clinton D Francis, and Jesse R Barber
Shade coffee and amphibian conservation, a sustainable way forward? Understanding the perceptions and management strategies of coffee growers in Colombia
Nicolette S. Roach, Daniela Acosta, and Thomas E. Lacher, Jr.
Tightly coupled policies and loosely coupled networks in the governing of flood risk mitigation in municipal administrations
Per Becker
The thorny path toward greening: unintended consequences, trade-offs, and constraints in green and blue infrastructure planning, implementation, and management
Jakub Kronenberg, Erik Andersson, David N. Barton, Sara T Borgström, Johannes Langemeyer, Tove Björklund, Dagmar Haase, Christopher Kennedy, Karolina Koprowska, Edyta Łaszkiewicz, Timon McPhearson, Erik E Stange, and Manuel Wolff
Governance in social-ecological agent-based models: a review
Amélie Bourceret, Laurence Amblard, and Jean-Denis Mathias
Harnessing the potential of vulnerability assessments for managing social-ecological systems
Lauric Thiault, Stacy D. Jupiter, Johanna E. Johnson, Joshua E. Cinner, Rebecca M. Jarvis, Scott F. Heron, Joseph M. Maina, Nadine A. Marshall, Paul A. Marshall, and Joachim Claudet
Human securities, sustainability, and migration in the ancient U.S. Southwest and Mexican Northwest
Scott E. Ingram and Shelby M. Patrick
Payments for ecosystem services: a review of definitions, the role of spatial scales, and critique
Josef Kaiser, Dagmar Haase, and Tobias Krueger
The water-sensitive city meets biodiversity: habitat services of rain water management measures in highly urbanized landscapes
Lauranne Pille and Ina Säumel
Navigating wicked water governance in the "solutionscape" of science, policy, practice, and participation
Amy L. Fallon, Bruce A. Lankford, and Derek Weston
Enacting shared responsibility in biosecurity governance: insights from adaptive governance
Andrea Rawluk, Ruth Beilin, and Stephanie Lavau
A context-sensitive systems approach for understanding and enabling ecosystem service realization in cities
Erik Andersson, Sara Borgström, Dagmar Haase, Johannes Langemeyer, André Mascarenhas, Timon McPhearson, Manuel Wolff, Edyta Łaszkiewicz, Jakub Kronenberg, David N. Barton, and Pablo Herreros-Cantis
Guest Editorial
Avenues of archetype analysis: roots, achievements, and next steps in sustainability research
Klaus Eisenack, Christoph Oberlack, and Diana Sietz
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