Ecology and Society Vol. 19, #2


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New Issue Announcement

Volume 19, Issue 2| June 2014

Editors-in-Chief Carl Folke and Lance Gunderson are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 19, Issue 2 of Ecology and Society. This issue sees the closure of four special features: 1) Bridging Conservation and Development in Latin America and Africa: Changing Contexts, Changing Strategies edited by Claudia Romero and Lisa Seales, 2) Vulnerability and Adaptation to Oil Spills edited by So-Min Cheong, 3) Exploring Opportunities for Advancing Collaborative Adaptive Management (CAM): Integrating Experience and Practice edited by Jim Berkley and David Galat, and 4) Sustaining Ecosystem Services in Cultural Landscapes: Analysis and Management Options edited by Tobias Plieninger, Claudia Bieling, Christian Schleyer, and Dan van der Horst. We are also pleased to publish the first manuscripts in the following special features: 1) Urban Water Governance edited by Lennart Olsson and Brian Head, 2) Rebuilding Fisheries and Threatened Communities: the Social-Ecology of a Particularly Wicked Problem edited by Barbara Neis and Rosemary Ommer, 3) REDD+ national policy networks: information flows, influence and coalitions for change edited by Maria Brockhaus, Monica Di Gregorio, and Rachel Carmenta, 4) Exploring Feedbacks in Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS) edited by Jianguo Liu, Vanessa Hull, and Mao-Ning Tuanmu, 5) Multicriteria Assessment of Food System Sustainability edited by Hugo Alrøe, Henrik Moller, Jeppe Læssøe, and Egon Noe, and 6) Coupled Human-Coastal Ecosystems: Building Resilience Through Teaching and Research Partnerships edited by Anne Salomon and Ken Lertzman.

To read the full text of the articles in these features, or to access all other articles published in this issue, please see the table of contents below or online.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Volume 19, Issue 2

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Guest Editorial

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Introduction to exploring opportunities for advancing collaborative adaptive management (CAM): integrating experience and practice
David L. Galat and Jim Berkley
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Sustaining ecosystem services in cultural landscapes
Tobias Plieninger, Dan van der Horst, Christian Schleyer, and Claudia Bieling
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The roles of networks, learning, and general resilience in oil spills
So-Min Cheong
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Research

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Conserving agrobiodiversity amid global change, migration, and nontraditional livelihood networks: the dynamic uses of cultural landscape knowledge
Karl S. Zimmerer
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Transformation of resource management institutions under globalization: the case of songgye community forests in South Korea.
David J. Yu, John M. Anderies, Dowon Lee, and Irene Perez
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Green area loss in San Juan’s inner-ring suburban neighborhoods: a multidisciplinary approach to analyzing green/gray area dynamics
Luis E. Ramos-Santiago, Luis Villanueva-Cubero, Luis E. Santiago-Acevedo, and Yasha N. Rodriguez-Melendez
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The capacity to adapt?: communities in a changing climate, environment, and economy on the northern Andaman coast of Thailand
Nathan J. Bennett, Philip Dearden, Grant Murray, and Alin Kadfak
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Strengthening threatened communities through adaptation: insights from coastal Mozambique
Jessica L. Blythe, Grant Murray, and Mark Flaherty
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“Letting the leaders pass”: barriers to using traditional ecological knowledge in comanagement as the basis of formal hunting regulations
Elisabeth Padilla and Gary P. Kofinas
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Information networks and power: confronting the “wicked problem” of REDD+ in Indonesia
Moira Moeliono, Caleb Gallemore, Levania Santoso, Maria Brockhaus, and Monica Di Gregorio
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Tourism and climate conditions in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2000-2010
Pablo A. Méndez-Lázaro, Jose J. Terrasa-Soler, Christian Torres-Peña, Paula Guzmán-González, Sulaine Rodríguez, Mariangely Alemán, and Tatiana Seguinot
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Biodiversity governance and social-ecological system dynamics: transformation in the Australian Alps
Michael Lockwood, Michael Mitchell, Susan A. Moore, and Sarah Clement
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Influencing adaptation processes on the Australian rangelands for social and ecological resilience
Nadine A. Marshall and Chris J. Stokes
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Resilience design: toward a synthesis of cognition, learning, and collaboration for adaptive problem solving in conservation and natural resource stewardship
Charles G. Curtin
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Voices of the Caribou People: a participatory videography method to document and share local knowledge from the North American human-Rangifer systems
Archana Bali and Gary P. Kofinas
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Robustness or resilience? Managing the intersection of ecology and engineering in an urban Alaskan fishery
Meagan B. Krupa, F. Stuart Chapin, III, and Amy L. Lovecraft
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Discursive barriers and cross-scale forest governance in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Caleb T. Gallemore, Rut Dini Prasti H., and Moira Moeliono
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The notion of sewage as waste: a study of infrastructure change and institutional inertia in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Vancouver, Canada
Gunilla Öberg, Maria G. Merlinsky, Alicia LaValle, Margaret Morales, and Melina M. Tobias
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Adapting adaptation: the English eco-town initiative as governance process
Daniel Tomozeiu and Simon Joss
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The REDD+ policy arena in Vietnam: participation of policy actors
Thuy T. Pham, Monica Di Gregorio, Rachel Carmenta, Maria Brockhaus, and Dung N. Le
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Adaptive wetland management in an uncertain and changing arid environment
Rebekah Downard, Joanna Endter-Wada, and Karin M. Kettenring
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The potential of, and threat to, the transfer of ecological knowledge in urban areas: the case of community-based woodland management in Tokyo, Japan
Kazuaki Tsuchiya, Midori Aoyagi, Toshiya Okuro, and Kazuhiko Takeuchi
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Using visual stimuli to explore the social perceptions of ecosystem services in cultural landscapes: the case of transhumance in Mediterranean Spain
César A. López-Santiago, Elisa Oteros-Rozas, Berta Martín-López, Tobias Plieninger, Esther González Martín, and José A. González
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Certifying the commons: eco-certification, privatization, and collective action
Paul Foley and Bonnie McCay
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From frequent hurricanes to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in coastal Louisiana: the impact of regulatory change
So-Min Cheong
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The effect of reciprocal connections between demographic decision making and land use on decadal dynamics of population and land-use change
Alexander Zvoleff and Li An
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How accurate is the local ecological knowledge of protected area practitioners?
Carly N. Cook, Grant Wardell-Johnson, R. W. Carter, and Marc Hockings
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Managing urban water crises: adaptive policy responses to drought and flood in Southeast Queensland, Australia
Brian W. Head
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Toward successful joint knowledge production for climate change adaptation: lessons from six regional projects in the Netherlands
Dries Hegger and Carel Dieperink
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Communicating adaptation with emotions: the role of intense experiences in raising concern about extreme weather.
Eleftheria Vasileiadou and Wouter J. W. Botzen
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Social networks and fishers’ behavior: exploring the links between information flow and fishing success in the Northumberland lobster fishery
Rachel A. Turner, Nicholas V. C. Polunin, and Selina M. Stead
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Landowners’ perceptions of risk in grassland management: woody plant encroachment and prescribed fire
Ryan N. Harr, Lois Wright Morton, Shannon R. Rusk, David M. Engle, James R. Miller, and Diane Debinski
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The importance of ecosystem services for rural inhabitants in a changing cultural landscape in Romania
Tibor Hartel, Joern Fischer, Claudia Câmpeanu, Andra Ioana Milcu, Jan Hanspach, and Ioan Fazey
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Landscapes with Araucaria in South America: evidence for a cultural dimension
Maurício Sedrez dos Reis, Ana Ladio, and Nivaldo Peroni
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Spatio-temporal variation in stream water chemistry in a tropical urban watershed
Alonso Ramírez, Keysa G. Rosas, Ariel E. Lugo, and Olga M. Ramos-González
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Social-ecological memory as a source of general and specified resilience
Björn Nykvist and Jacob von Heland
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The hedgification of maizescapes? Scalability and multifunctionality of Jatropha curcas hedges in a mixed farming landscape in Zambia
Dan van der Horst, Saskia Vermeylen, and Elias Kuntashula
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Rebuilding the Namibian hake fishery: a case for collaboration between scientists and fishermen
Barbara Paterson and Paulus Kainge
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Trends in total rainfall, heavy rain events, and number of dry days in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1955-2009
Pablo A. Méndez-Lázaro, Alejandro Nieves-Santiango, and Julieanne Miranda-Bermúdez
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Uncovering the origin of ambiguity in nature-inclusive flood infrastructure projects
Ronald E. van den Hoek, Marcela Brugnach, Jan P. M. Mulder, and Arjen Y. Hoekstra
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Managing social–ecological systems under uncertainty: implementation in the real world
Ana Nuno, Nils Bunnefeld, and EJ Milner-Gulland
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Unintended outcomes of farmers’ adaptation to climate variability: deforestation and conservation in Calakmul and Maya biosphere reserves
Claudia Rodriguez-Solorzano
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Enhancing ecosystem services for flood mitigation: a conservation strategy for peri-urban landscapes?
José Barbedo, Marcelo Miguez, Dan van der Horst, and Monique Marins
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Biblical Influences on Conservation: an Examination of the Apparent Sustainability of Kosher Seafood
Phillip S. Levin, Joel Azose, and Sean Anderson
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Migrant farmers as information brokers: agroecosystem management in the transition zone of Ghana
Marney E. Isaac, Luke C. N. Anglaaere, Daniel S. Akoto, and Evans Dawoe
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What drives the urban water regime? An analysis of water governance arrangements in Hyderabad, India
Maryam Nastar
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A method for the deliberate and deliberative selection of policy instrument mixes for climate change adaptation
Heleen L. P. Mees, Justin Dijk, Daan van Soest, Peter P. J. Driessen, Marleen H. F. M. W. van Rijswick, and Hens Runhaar
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Local empowerment through the creation of coastal space?
Jahn Petter Johnsen and Bjørn Hersoug
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How social learning influences further collaboration: experiences from an international collaborative water project
Joanne Vinke-de Kruijf, Hans Bressers, and Denie C. M. Augustijn
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Household rainwater tanks: mediating changing relations with water?
Carol Farbotko, Andrea Walton, Aditi Mankad, and John Gardner
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From theoretical to actual ecosystem services: mapping beneficiaries and spatial flows in ecosystem service assessments
Kenneth J. Bagstad, Ferdinando Villa, David Batker, Jennifer Harrison-Cox, Brian Voigt, and Gary W. Johnson
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Multistakeholder environmental governance in action: REDD+ discourse coalitions in Tanzania
Salla Rantala and Monica Di Gregorio
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Applying the social-ecological system framework to the diagnosis of urban lake commons in Bangalore, India
Harini Nagendra and Elinor Ostrom
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Long-term relationship between climate change and nomadic migration in historical China
Qing Pei and David D. Zhang
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The evolution of local participation and the mode of knowledge production in Arctic research
Nicolas D. Brunet, Gordon M. Hickey, and Murray M. Humphries
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Grizzly bear monitoring by the Heiltsuk people as a crucible for First Nation conservation practice
William G. Housty, Anna Noson, Gerald W. Scoville, John Boulanger, Richard M. Jeo, Chris T. Darimont, and Christopher E. Filardi
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Does Pastoralists’ Participation in the Management of National Parks in Northern Norway Contribute to Adaptive Governance?
Camilla Risvoll, Gunn Elin Fedreheim, Audun Sandberg , and Shauna BurnSilver
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Local and regional strategies for rebuilding fisheries management institutions in coastal British Columbia: what components of comanagement are most critical?
Evelyn Pinkerton, Eric Angel, Neil Ladell, Percy Williams, Midori Nicolson, Joy Thorkelson, and Henry Clifton
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Resource degradation, marginalization, and poverty in small-scale fisheries: threats to social-ecological resilience in India and Brazil
Prateep K. Nayak, Luiz E. Oliveira, and Fikret Berkes
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Integrating adaptive governance and participatory multicriteria methods: a framework for climate adaptation governance
Stefania Munaretto, Giuseppina Siciliano, and Margherita E. Turvani
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Insight

Solution scanning as a key policy tool: identifying management interventions to help maintain and enhance regulating ecosystem services
William J. Sutherland, Toby Gardner, Tiffany L. Bogich, Richard B. Bradbury, Brent Clothier, Mattias Jonsson, Val Kapos, Stuart N. Lane, Iris Möller, Martin Schroeder, Mark Spalding, Tom Spencer, Piran C. L. White, and Lynn V. Dicks
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A pedagogical model for integrative training in conservation and sustainability
Meredith Welch-Devine, Dean Hardy, J. Peter Brosius, and Nik Heynen
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Novel ecosystems in the Anthropocene: a revision of the novel ecosystem concept for pragmatic applications
Nathaniel B. Morse, Paul A. Pellissier, Elisabeth N. Cianciola, Richard L. Brereton, Marleigh M. Sullivan, Nicholas K. Shonka, Tessa B. Wheeler, and William H. McDowell
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Social-ecological system framework: initial changes and continuing challenges
Michael D. McGinnis and Elinor Ostrom
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Should sustainability and resilience be combined or remain distinct pursuits?
Charles L Redman
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Observing the observers: uncovering the role of values in research assessments of organic food systems
Martin Hvarregaard Thorsøe, Hugo F. Alrøe, and Egon Noe
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A systemic framework for context-based decision making in natural resource management: reflections on an integrative assessment of water and livelihood security outcomes following policy reform in South Africa
Sharon Pollard, Harry Biggs, and Derick R Du Toit
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Synthesis

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Responsibility for private sector adaptation to climate change
Tina Schneider
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Truths and governance for adaptive management
M. Kent Loftin
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Ecohealth and resilience thinking: a dialog from experiences in research and practice
Marta Berbés-Blázquez, Jordan Sky Oestreicher, Frédéric Mertens, and Johanne Saint-Charles
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Consequences of oil spills: a review and framework for informing planning
Stephanie E. Chang, Jeremy Stone, Kyle Demes, and Marina Piscitelli
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Individual transferable quota contribution to environmental stewardship: a theory in need of validation
Ingrid van Putten, Fabio Boschetti, Elizabeth A. Fulton, Anthony D. M. Smith, and Olivier Thebaud
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Hot adaptation: what conflict can contribute to collaborative natural resource management
David Laws, Daniel Hogendoorn, and Herman Karl
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Livelisystems: a conceptual framework integrating social, ecosystem, development, and evolutionary theory
Andrew R. Dorward
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