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«Understanding Society and Natural Resources»

Constraints and Opportunities for Social Learning for IntegrationDesigning Social Learning Systems for Integrating Social Sciences into Policy Processes: Some Experiences of Water ManagingConcluding ReflectionsII Topics in IntegrationBalinese Water Temple NetworksI The Status of IntegrationSocio-cultural Change for SustainabilityA Research Agenda for and from MAHBIntegrated ModelingThe Importance of Uncertainties and LimitationsCultural vs. Genetic EvolutionLimits to GrowthEco-scarcity TheoryComplex Neo-Malthusian TheoriesMutually Constructed Nature of Human Thought and the Social and Natural EnvironmentClimate-Based Eco-scarcitySteven Lukes's Three Faces of PowerIntegration and SystemsInequity and SustainabilityDealing with Scientific Silos and UncertaintiesEnvironmental Neo-MalthusianismIntegrating Environment Agency Catchment Science into PolicyThe Logical Structure of MalthusianismExamples of Social Science During Environmental Crisis EventsThe Role of Social ScienceDistinctive Characteristics of Science During Environmental CrisesDesigning Social Learning Systems for Social Science IntegrationInstitutional and Structural FactorsHierarchy TheoryAction Networks and Discourse NetworksClassical MalthusianismCivilizational Neo-MalthusianismA Modest Research AgendaThe Representation of Human-Environment Interactions in Land Change ModelsThe Individual in a Multi-level ContextFraming Choices in Environmental Policy SituationsAggregation: Deepwater Horizon Oil SpillMillennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB): Integrating Social Science and the Humanities into Solving Sustainability ChallengesCritique of Eco-scarcity TheoryRepresentation of Human-Environment Interactions in Land Change ModelsA Need for Greater Inclusion of the Individual in Ecosystem ModelsMAHB's Mission and StructureA Multiscale Approach to ScienceConsiderations in Representing Human Individuals in Social-Ecological ModelsWhy Malthus Was WrongThe Future in the PastStructure, Function and Power in Social NetworksDeveloping and Testing the FrameworkPopulation and SustainabilityA Pragmatic Modeling PhilosophyIncorporating Power Within The SES FrameworkAgent-Based ModelingThe Role of Envisioning in Creating the FutureUtilities of Simulations: Hurricane SandyCulture as Context in Social Network AnalysisConsilience Among All the SciencesLand Change Models as a Platform for Social Science IntegrationMAHB's Research ApproachPostscriptSimple Neo-Malthusian TheoriesThe Individual-Group HierarchyScience IntegrationCreating a Shared Vision of a Desirable and Sustainable FutureWho's Afraid of Thomas Malthus?ExamplesThe Representation of Human-Environment Interactions in Land Change Research and ModellingCreating Water Sensitive Cities in AustraliaMillennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB)Using Social Science Case-Studies to Help Parameterize Land Change ModelsDiscourse Networks Around Climate ChangeThe Demands of Communicating Science During CrisisThe Importance of Coupled Human-Natural SystemsLessons Learned About Social Science IntegrationDiscussionDual Adaptive Systems in HumansScience IntegrationIntegrated Modeling with StakeholdersConceptual models of human-environment interactions in land scienceConcluding Comments and Implications for Future Integrated Policy-MakingReestablishing the Balance Between Synthesis and AnalysisCase Studies of Designing Social Learning SystemsDouglass North and the Institutional MatrixA Conceptual Framework for Analyzing Social-Ecological Models of Emerging Infectious DiseasesAnalyzing Power Within The SES FrameworkScience During Crisis: Two ExamplesHierarchies Within the IndividualIntegrated Assessments with SAVANNA and DECUMAThe Need for Sense of PlaceDifferent Perspectives and Research ApproachesStudying Power with the Social-Ecological System FrameworkClimate-Based Neo-MalthusianismPurposeSimulation as an Approach to Social-Ecological Integration, with an Emphasis on Agent-Based ModelingWhy Malthus May Still Turn Out to Be RightWet Season Versus Dry Season Livestock DispersalOverview of the SES FrameworkElinor Ostrom's Definition of PowerPolicy Networks Around Climate ChangeInstitutional PowerCritique of Simple Neo-MalthusianismEnvironmental Governance for SustainabilityImpetus for Change Emanating from Ecological SciencesEnergy-Based Neo-MalthusianismEvolutionary CriteriaCultural and Biological Co-evolutionThe Value of Cascading Consequences and Assessing ImpactsHuman Thought as Dynamic and AdaptiveAnthropogenic and Ecological Determinants of HPAI in Southeast AsiaSolving These ChallengesFractals and ChaosThe Challenge of Collaboration and Interdisciplinary TeamsOperationalizing Research on the Role of Power in Social-Ecological SystemsIntegrating Social Science Theories Relevant to Development TransitionsIII Methodological Advances for Facilitating Social Science IntegrationScience During Crisis: The Application of Interdisciplinary and Strategic Science During Major Environmental CrisesSocial Learning for Ecosystem Services in Lake Baiyangdian, ChinaResolution and PredictabilityEcological and Social ModelsInter-disciplinary Analysis of Climate Change and Society: A Network ApproachA Vision of the Future of Science: Reintegrating of the Study of Humans and the Rest of NatureOverview of Book
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