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Investigates how human societies deal with change in linked social-ecological systems, and build capacity to adapt to change. Case studies and examples from several geographic areas, cultures and resource types are included, merging research from natural sciences, social sciences and the humanities into a common framework for new insights on sustainability.
Paperback re-issue; originally published in 2003.
...the book is a useful addition, introducing the role of property rights in different management systems across scales and providing an interesting review that explores the relationship between ecological and social systems from a range of disciplines. It should be of interest to anyone interested in research into, or application of, new ways of thinking about social and ecological systems and how they interact. Ecoscience
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