Further Reading

Berkes F and Folke C (eds.) (2003) Navigating Social-Ecological Systems: Building Resilience for Complexity and Change. New York: Cambridge University Press. Gunderson LH and Holling CS (eds.) (2002) Panarchy: Understanding Transformations in Human and Natural Systems. Washington, DC: Islands Press.

Gunderson LH and Pritchard L, Jr. (eds.) (2002) Resilience and the Behavior of Large-Scale Systems. Washington, DC: Islands Press.

Kay JJ, Regier H, Boyle M, and Francis GR (1999) An ecosystem approach for sustainability: Addressing the challenge of complexity. Futures 31(7): 721-742. Levin SA (1998) Ecosystems and the biosphere as complex adaptive systems. Ecosystems 1: 431-436. Mitchell B (ed.) (2002) Resource and Environmental Management, 2nd edn., Harlow: Prentice Hall. Peterson GD (2000) Scaling ecological dynamics: Self-organization, hierarchical structure, and ecological resilience. Climatic Change 44: 291-309.

Simon S (2004) Systemic evaluation methodology: The emergence of social learning from environmental ICT prototypes. Systemic Practice and Action Research 17(5): 471-494. Ulanowicz R (ed.) (1997) Ecology, the Ascendant Perspective. New

York: Columbia University Press. Walker B, CarpenterS, Anderies J, etal. (2002) Resilience management in social-ecological systems: A working hypothesis for a participatory approach. Conservation Ecology 6(1): 14. Walker B, Holling CS, Carpenter SR, and Kinzig A (2004) Resilience, adaptability and transformability in social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 9(2): 5.

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