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Susan Baker & Isabelle Durance

In: The SAGE Handbook of Nature: Three Volume Set

Chapter 19: Introduction to Part Four: Utilising a Coupled Social-Ecological Systems Approach for Place-Based Analysis

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Introduction to Part Four: Utilising a Coupled Social-Ecological Systems Approach for Place-Based Analysis
Introduction to Part Four: Utilising a Coupled Social-Ecological Systems Approach for Place-Based Analysis
Susan BakerIsabelle Durance

Recognition that global environmental change presents society with a complex array of problems that cannot be analysed with single disciplinary approaches has led to new interdisciplinary efforts to conceptualise the relationship between society and nature. In part, this has been captured by new systems-based research on the dynamic interactions between the social world and the ecological system (Binder et al., 2013; Folke, 2006; Liu et al., 2007; Newell et al., 2005; Ostrom, 2007, 2009; Young et al., 2006). The last decade has seen significant progress with respect to the interdisciplinary investigation and modelling of coupled social-ecological systems ...

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