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Angeler, David and Allen, Craig R. and Garmestani, Ahjond and Gunderson, Lance and Johnson, Richard (2021). Panarchy and management of lake ecosystems. Ecology and Society. 26 , 7
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Angeler, David and Chaffin, Brian C. and Sundstrom, Shana M. and Garmestani, Ahjond and Pope, Kevin L. and Uden, Daniel R. and Twidwell, Dirac and Allen, Craig R. (2020). Coerced regimes: management challenges in the Anthropocene. Ecology and Society. 25 , 1-11
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Angelstam, Per and Fedoriak, Mariia and Cruz, Fatima and Munoz-Rojas, Jose and Yamelynets, Taras and Manton, Michael and Washbourne, Carla-Leanne and Dobrynin, Denis and Izakovicova, Zita and Jansson, Nicklas and Jaroszewicz, Bogdan and Kanka, Robert and Kavtarishvili, Marika and Kopperoinen, Leena and Lazdinis, Marius and Metzger, Marc J. and Özüt, Deniz and Gjorgjieska, Dori Pavloska and Sijtsma, Frans J. and Stryamets, Nataliya and Tolunay, Ahmet and Turkoglu, Turkay and van der Moolen, Bert and Zagidullina, Asiya and Zhuk, Alina (2021). Meeting places and social capital supporting rural landscape stewardship: A Pan-European horizon scanning. Ecology and Society. 26 , 11
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Björkvik, Emma and Boonstra, Wiebren J. and Hentati Sundberg, Jonas (2020). Why fishers end up in social-ecological traps: a case study of Swedish eel fisheries in the Baltic Sea. Ecology and Society. 25 , 1-18
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Campbell, Bruce M. and Beare, Douglas J. and Bennett, Elena M and Hall-Spencer, Jason M. and Ingram, John S. I. and Jaramillo, Fernando and Ortiz Rios, Rodomiro Octavio and Ramankutty, Navin and Sayer, Jeffrey A. and Shindell, Drew (2017). Agriculture production as a major driver of the Earth system exceeding planetary boundaries. Ecology and Society. 22 :4 , 8
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Dawson, Lucas and Elbakidze, Marine and Schellens, Marie and Shkaruba, Anton and Angelstam, Per (2021). Bogs, birds, and berries in Belarus: the governance and management dynamics of wetland restoration in a state-centric, top-down context. Ecology and Society. 26 , 8
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Donovan, Victoria M. and Roberts, Caleb P. and Wonkka, Carissa L. and Uden, Daniel R. and Angeler, David and Allen, Craig R. and Wedin, David A. and Drijber, Rhae A. and Twidwell, Dirac (2021). Collapse, reorganization, and regime identity: breaking down past management paradigms in a forest-grassland ecotone. Ecology and Society. 26 , 27
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Hentati Sundberg, Jonas and Fryers Hellquist, Katharina and Duit, Andreas (2019). Iron triangles and subsidies: understanding the long-term role of the government on Swedish commercial fisheries. Ecology and Society. 24 , 1-22
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Herrmann, Dustin L. and Schwarz, Kirsten and Allen, Craig R. and Angeler, David and Eason, Tarsha and Garmestani, Ahjond (2021). Iterative scenarios for social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society. 26 , 8
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Johansson, Maria and Sjolander-Lindqvist, Annelie and Dressel, Sabrina and Ericsson, Göran and Sandstrom, Camilla (2022). Expectations about voluntary efforts in collaborative governance and the fit with perceived prerequisites of intrinsic motivation in Sweden’s ecosystem-based moose management system. Ecology and Society. 27 :2 , 20
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Neumann, Wiebke and Levers, Christian and Widemo, Fredrik and Singh, Navinder and Cromsigt, Joris (2022). Hunting as land use: Understanding the spatial associations among hunting, agriculture, and forestry. Ecology and Society. 27 :1 , 2
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Salk, Carl and Chazdon, Robin and Waiswa, Daniel (2020). Thinking outside the plot: monitoring forest biodiversity for social-ecological research. Ecology and Society. 25 , 7 , 1-11
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