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Capturing emergent phenomena in social-ecological systems: an analytical framework

Schlüter, Maja; Haider, L. Jamila; Lade, Steven; Lindkvist, Emilie; Martin, Romina; Orach, Kirill; Wijermans, Nanda; Folke, Carl


Social-ecological systems (SES) are complex adaptive systems. Social-ecological system phenomena, such as regime shifts, transformations, or traps, emerge from interactions among and between human and nonhuman entities within and across scales. Analyses of SES phenomena thus require approaches that can account for (1) the intertwinedness of social and ecological processes and (2) the ways they jointly give rise to emergent social-ecological patterns, structures, and dynamics that feedback on...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019
Type: Journal article
Source: Ecology and Society
DOI: 10.5751/ES-11012-240311
Access Rights: Open Access


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