Measuring resilience is essential if we are to understand it.
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"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 terms, practical measurements are essential to permit comparisons and so untangle underlying relationships.
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Pimm, Stuart L, Ian Donohue, José M Montoya and Michel Loreau (2019). Measuring resilience is essential if we are to understand it. Nature sustainability, 2(10). pp. 895–897. 10.1038/s41893-019-0399-7 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/23521.
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