Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management
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Integrated ecosystem assessment
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Charnley, S; Carothers, C; Satterfield, T; Levine, A; Poe, MR; Norman, K; Donatuto, J; ... (14 authors) (Environmental Science and Policy, 2017-07-01)© 2017 Increasing recognition of the human dimensions of natural resource management issues, and of social and ecological sustainability and resilience as being inter-related, highlights the importance of applying social ...
Vijay, V; Reid, CD; Finer, M; Jenkins, CN; Pimm, SL (Environmental Research Letters, 2018-11-01)Further expansion of agriculture in the tropics is likely to accelerate the loss of biodiversity. One crop of concern to conservation is African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis). We examined recent deforestation associated with ...
Pimm, Stuart L; Donohue, Ian; Montoya, José M; Loreau, Michel (Nature sustainability, 2019-10-09)"Sustainability", "resilience", and other terms group under the heading of "stability." Their ubiquity speaks to a vital need to characterise changes in complex social and environmental systems. In a bewildering array of ...