Publications & Results

Publications and outcomes from on-going and completed projects.
Resource Titlesort descending Brief Summary
Social Science/Natural Science Perspectives on Wildfire and Climate Change Feb 09, 2016

Article published in Geography Compass.

Social sciences at the crossroads: Global environmental change in Latin America and the Caribbean Nov 18, 2013

Abstract: Global environmental change in Latin America and the Caribbean ranges from urbanization to deforestation and melting glaciers. The understanding of relations between nature and society in this context requires coupled human–environmental frameworks across spatial and temporal scales. Transdisciplinarity and co-production of knowledge from the social to the natural sciences and to traditional knowledge will result in more effective solutions.

Social ties explain catch portfolios of small‐scale fishers in the Caribbean Oct 31, 2019

Article published in Fish and Fisheries.

Social vulnerability projections improve sea-level rise risk assessments Jan 02, 2018

Article published in Applied Geography

Social, Legal, and Ecological Capacity for Adaptation and Transformation in the Everglades Apr 19, 2018

Chapter published in Practical Panarchy for Adaptive Water Governance.

Social-ecological enabling conditions for payments for Ecosystem Services Jan 01, 2017

Article published in Ecology and Society.

Social-Ecological Resilience and Law in the Platte River Basin Apr 02, 2014

White paper published in the Idaho Law Review.

Social-ecological systems approaches Apr 27, 2018

Chapter published in Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation. 

Social-Hydrological Risk in the Mexico City Basin (2015-9) Mar 08, 2016

This resource was developed as part of the Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies short course, held at SESYNC in July 2015. This case has been classroom tested and selected by SESYNC as an exemplary S-E synthesis case study.

Socio-ecological connectivity differs in magnitude and direction across urban landscapes Mar 06, 2020

Article published in Scientific Reports