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Aaron MacNeil Key Concepts and an Introduction to Arctic, Temperate, and Tropical Systems
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Transitional States in Marine Social-Ecological Systems: challenges, risks, and opportunities. March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Mohave, RM 236
Abu Nasar Abdullah and Marion Glaser Are Laws effective to manage Sundarbans mangrove forest in Bangladesh?
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Navigating Institutional Complexities. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Adena Rissman Tensions among adaptation, permanence, and enforceability in private land conservation
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Community Governance and Resilience. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Adriaan Slob, Geiske Bouma, Jos Brils, Geza Jolankai, Valentina Krysanova, Cornelius Laaser, Piotr Magnuszewski, Melanie Muro, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Beata Pataki, Carolin Rettig, Jan Sendzimir and Kristina Sodomkova The role of knowledge brokering in governance of complex (river basin) systems
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance II. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Alain Vidal, Sophhie Nguyen Khoa Adaptive and collective management for more resilient water and food systems
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Resilience perspectives on the global water challenge March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Alex Smajgl, Tira Foran, John Dore, Silva Larson and John Ward Visions, beliefs and transformation: Methods for understanding cross-scale and trans-boundary dynamics in the wider Mekong region
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Participatory modeling: A way to promote collaborative learning in multilevel governance I March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Apache, RM 238
Alexander Gray, Shaleen Jain and Esperanza Stancioff Adaptation Strategies in a Changing Climate: Building Resiliency in Maine’s Coastal Communities and the Statewide Stakeholder Process
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change IV. Chair: Marco Janssen March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Alexandra Penn, Frank Schiller, Lauren Basson, Angela Druckman, Amy Woodward and Nigel Gilbert Assessing Resilience and Adaptive Capacity of Developing Industrial Ecosystems: A case study in the South Humber Bank, United Kingdom
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Resilience at the Local and Community level. Chair: Patrick Holladay March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Alison Ashlin and Emily Boyd Disasters, discourse and new directions? Reflections on the renewal phase in post-tsunami Sri Lanka
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Natural Disasters and Disaster Management II. Chair: Emily Boyd March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Allain Barnett Market Institutions and Fishing Communities: Trust Agreements and their Implications for the Robustness of Lobster Fisheries in Atlantic Canada
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Economic Institutions and Governance. Chair: Allain Barnett March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Union Stage, RM 85
Allyson Quinlan, Kathryn Lindsay and Michael Brklacich Making Connections: Interactions among landowners, institutions, and ecosystem services in rural Eastern Ontario, Canada
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Bea Crona March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Gila, RM 224
Alvaro Fernandez Conflict and resilience in ecohealth education: a social network case study in Costa Rica
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Ecohealth and resilience thinking: Trading lessons for human health research and practice March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Amber Wutich, Alexandra Brewis, Sveinn Sigurdsson, Rhian Stotts and Abigail York Fairness and the Human Right to Water: A Preliminary Cross-cultural Theory
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Mark Reed (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Mohave, RM 236
Ananda Vadivelu Evolution of Property Rights Regimes in the Groundwater Economy of India –Constraints on moving towards a Common Property Regime
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Navigating Institutional Complexities. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Andrea Keessen & Marleen Van Rijswick Resilience-based Thinking in European River Basin Management and the Dutch Institutional Arrangement for Common Pool Resource Management
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Resilience and Law March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Andrea Rawluk, Velma Illasiak and Brenda Parlee Exploring the social-ecological resilience of different generations in Aklavik, NWT
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies III. Chair: Camille Washington-ottombre March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Andreas Thiel Resilience through social-ecological “fitness”? An evaluation of the reconfiguration of European marine and inland freshwater governance
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Marine Resource Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Andrew D. Kliskey Some insights on community perceptions of change: potential rules for building
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Types of Social Ecological Systems and the Role of Place Based Resilience March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Cochise, RM 228
Andrew Dugmore, Christian Keller Keller, and www.gheaho Thomas McGovern, Anthony Newton, Sophia Perdikaris and Richard Streeter Integrative modelling of human ecodynamics in the Norse North Atlantic
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Modeling Social-Ecological Systems. Chair: M. Janssen March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Andrew King Industrial Resilience
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Resilience and Business March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Ventana, RM 241A
Andrew Kliskey, Lilian Na'ia Alessa, Mark Altaweel Freshwater and resilience: transformation and change in Alaska’s human-hydrological system
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Resilience and Transformations in a Rapidly Changing North March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Andrew Martin Miller, Iain Davidson-Hunt Agency, nature and culture:  resilience teachings of pikangikum first nation elders, northwestern ontario
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Indigenous Resilience in Times of Social-Ecological Change. March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Angela Guerrero Gonzalez, Kerrie Wilson, Ryan McAllister and Jonathan Corcoran An institutional perspective on conserving biodiversity
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Angelica Valeria Ospina e-Resilience in Developing Countries
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Beyond the Social Media Hype - Information and Communication Technologies in the Anthropocene March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Anna Evely, Michelle Pinard, Mark Reed and Ioan Fazey High levels of participation in conservation projects enhance learning
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Learning and Resilience Building. Chair: Thomas Elmqvist (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Graham, RM 226
Anne Browning-aiken, Daniel Jose da Silva and Jose Antonio Silvestre Fernandes Neto Assessing the role of socio-ecological learning in participatory governance: Building resilience in six Brazilian river basin committees
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Turquiose, RM 220
Anne Leitch and Cathy Robinson Lost in translation? the role of knowledge at the local scale in adapting to climate change
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Climate Change Impacts. Chair: Samantha Stone-Jovicich March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Anne Leitch, Erin Bohensky Return to a ‘new normal’? Analysing discourses of resilience to disasters in Australian newspapers
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The policy translation and communication of resilience March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Anne R. Kapuscinski, Laura Schmitt Olabisi, Kris Johnson, Richard Bawden, Kathy Draeger, Nick Jordan, Peter Reich Introduction: a learning systems framework for building adaptive capacity and resilience
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Methodologies for building adaptive capacity through shared learning among scientists, stakeholders and practitioners I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Annette Löf Governability of reindeer husbandry – exploration of a governance approach to social-ecological system (SES) analysis
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Forests and Grazing Systems. Chair: Shauna BurnSilver March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Annica Sandström The challenges of adaptive management - Navigating institutional complexities and substantial uncertainties in fish stocking policy
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Navigating Institutional Complexities. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Archana Sharma Interdisciplinary design thinking for resilient cities
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Building Urban Resilience Capacity: Landscape design, Planning and Social equity March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Arie de Jong, Arjan Wardekker and Jeroen van der Sluijs Operationalising resilience as a policy-relevant concept for climate change adaptation: results from several case-studies
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change IV. Chair: Marco Janssen March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Ariella Helfgott The role of participatory capacity development in building community
Challenges in Building Community Resilience: Policy and Implementation Challenges March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Arnim Wiek Resilience, Sustainability, and Anticipatory Governance – Pieces of the Puzzle
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Sustainable Anticipatory Governance: Understanding Resilience, Obduracy and the Long Term in Theory and Practice March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Arvid Bergsten Combating landscape fragmentation – land use planners’ views on using network based connectivity analysis in conservation
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Network Approaches. Chair: M. Janssen March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Ashwani Vasishth Planning for Resilience: An Ecosystem Approach to Depictive Analysis In Post-Katrina New Orleans
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Resilience Through Multi-scalar Collaboration March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Bach Tan Sinh Policy lessons learned from urban resilience strategies in 3 cities of Vietnam
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Urban Resilience to Climate Change: Framing Resilience Processes in Practice March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Bach Tan Sinh and Le Anh Tuan Local knowledge and governance for flood management in the mekong delta of vietnam in the context of climate change
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation I: Chair: Andrew Martin Miller March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Barbara Cosens Resilience and Administrative Law in Water Governance: The Issue of Legitimacy in Adaptive Management
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Resilience and Law March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Beatrice Crona Beyond fragmentation, towards polycentricity: Can informal networks help integrate issues affecting marine governance at the global scale?
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Navigating transformations: Opportunities and challenges in marine social-ecological systems I March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Beatrice Crona, Franciska Rosen, Per Olsson A transformation in the making? Exploring emerging adaptive governance structures in the multi-national Coral Triangle Initiative
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Marine Transformations and Adaptive Governance March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Beatrice Crona, Örjan Bodin Using social networks analysis (SNA) to understand transformations in SES
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How can a dynamic social network perspective contribute to improved understanding of transformations in SES? March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Alumni, RM 202
Beitske Boonstra Are Business Improvement Districts a Common Pool Resource Management? The Challenges and Potentials for Spatial Planning of Self-organisation in Urban Development.
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Theoretical Contributions - Case Studies II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Ben Nelson, Michelle Elliott and Christopher Fisher Vulnerability of Ancient Northern Mexican Populations to Crop Failure: a Socionatural Approach
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems II. Chair: Ben Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Bernhard Glaeser, Marion Glaser Global change and coastal threats: The Indonesian case
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability I March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Berry Gersonius, Richard Ashley, Chris Zevenbergen, Richard Newman Putting resilience approaches into practice: an example of flood risk management under climate change
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Resilience in water, flood and drought risk management – controlling the untameable; reconciling urban planning and water March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Bert de Vries Engaging citizens in the quest for a sustainable world: the prospects for interactive models and games in the era of post-modern and complexity science
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Participatory modeling: A way to promote collaborative learning in multilevel governance I March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Apache, RM 238
Birgit Müller, Ingo Breuer, David Kreuer, Mohammed Mahdi and Karin Frank Polarisation in (post-) nomadic resource use in Eastern Morocco - a conceptual approach to study social-ecological systems of pastoralism
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Theoretical Contributions III. Chair: Corrine Knapp (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Björn Nykvist and Jacob von Heland Inertia and Adaptation: The Role of Social-Ecological Memory
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation II. Chair: Edmundo Barrios March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Björn Nykvist and Thomas Hahn What is normative about adaptability? A review of the literature on social-ecological systems and resilience
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Theoretical Contributions II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Blake Ratner, Edward Allison Wealth, rights, and resilience: An agenda for governance reform in small-scale fisheries
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Marine Transformations and Adaptive Governance March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Brian Head, Helen Ross and Jenny Bellamy Collaborative governance for wicked NRM problems: recognising diverse forms of multi-level arrangements
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Multilevel Governance. Chair: Marco Janssen March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Brian Stenquist Panel Discussant: Response from a Practitioner's Perspective
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Methodologies for building adaptive capacity through shared learning among scientists, stakeholders and practitioners II March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Brian Walker and Carl Folke Global dynamics, multiple shocks and inconvenient feedbacks: Linking islands of knowledge in an ocean of ignorance. The SRC/Beijer Global Dynamics Project
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Responses to Climate Change I. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gila, RM 224
Browyn Hayward The Seed principles of resilient ecological-citizenship
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Children’s Resilience to Environmental Change: Exploring the opportunities and limits of a child centred approach to adaptation March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Bruce C. Forbes Cultural resilience of social-ecological systems in the Nenets and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrugs, Russia
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Indigenous Resilience in Times of Social-Ecological Change. March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Bruce Evan Goldstein Communicative Resilience
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Collaborative Resilience and Social Learning March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Bruce Evan Goldstein The Weakness of Strong Ties: Scientific Deadlock Within the Coachella Valley Multi-species Habitat Conservation Plan
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Resilience Through Multi-scalar Collaboration March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
C. Athena Aktipis, Lee Cronk, Dave White and Amber Wutich Resource management and risk pooling: Exploring the viability of indigenous solutions for modern resource management problems
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Resilience at the Local and Community level. Chair: Patrick Holladay March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
C.S. Holling Business, ecosystems and tipping points
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Resilience and Business March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Ventana, RM 241A
Camille Washington-ottombre and Bryan Pijanowski A multi-layered approach to adaptive capacity across social networks: a case study in rural Kenya
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies III. Chair: Camille Washington-ottombre March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Carijn Beumer Scenario Studies and the Diversity of Conservation Perspectives
Theoretical Contributions III. Chair: Corrine Knapp (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Carin Holroyd Partners in Social Innovation: Government, Public Policy and Social Innovation
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Building Innovation Through Time: Testing the Resilience of Social Innovations. Chair: Frances Westley March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Carole Crumley Regime shifts in social-ecological systems over historical time: examples from France
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Social-ecological regime shifts and transformation March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Carole Crumley Investigating the Role of Climate in European History
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Regime Shifts in Human and Earth History: Case Studies: Panel II March 15
3:45 -5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Carolyn Tally Palmer and Stefanie Freitag-Ronaldson Developing the practice of resilience thinking at a country scales using a practice-based research initiative: The Alkili Complexity and Integration Initiative
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Mark Reed (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Mohave, RM 236
Cassandra Moseley Building Adaptive Governance
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Adaptive Capacity of Social Systems:  Exploring the Differences between Community, Landscape, and Legal/Institutional Frames March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Caterina Schwedt, Samy Gaiji, Nicholas King and Andrew Jarvis Challenges and solutions to mobilizing global biodiversity data for resilience science
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Patrick Bourgeron March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Cecilia Lundholm Transformation and society’s response to environmental challenges: the interdependent relationship between government and citizens and the role of knowledge and values
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Transforming Governance 1. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Cecilia Lundholm, Ryan Plummer Resilience and Learning: A Conspectus for Environmental Education
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Environmental Education, Learning, and Social-ecological System Resilience March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Gila, RM 224
Chad Monfreda Bridging Limits?: Lessons from the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment's Multi-Scale Approach
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Multilevel Governance. Chair: Marco Janssen March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Chanda Meek and Douglas Clark Drawing out overlaps and gaps between resilience thinking and the policy sciences: Examples from the Arctic
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Resilience Thinking and the Policy Sciences: Thoughts Towards Productive Engagement March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Chanda Meek, Sharman Haley Testing the robustness of institutional design with Alaskan ocean policy decision-makers
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Resilience and Transformations in a Rapidly Changing North March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Chanda Meek, Shauna BurnSilver Steering through political struggles: bowhead whaling and policy networks in Alaska
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Characteristics of social networks as indicators of resilience in social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Charles Curtin Complexity, cattle, and cod
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Michael Cox March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Graham RM 226
Charles Redman, Christine Alfsen Perspectives on urban resilience – policy and practice
Urban transitions – on urban resilience and human-dominated ecosystems March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Cheryl de Boer and Hans Bressers New Strategies for Implementing Locally Integrated Stream Restoration Projects
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Risk and Risk Management. Chair: Shauna BurnSilver March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Pima, RM 230
Chieko Umetsu, Thamana Lekprichakul, K. Palanisami, M. Shanthasheela and Takashi Kume Resilience of Tsunami Affected Farm Households in Coastal Region of Tamil Nadu, India
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Natural Disasters and Disaster Management I. Chair: Richard Streeter (TBC) March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Chinwe Ifejika Speranza Conceptualising and measuring buffer capacity: Assessing dimensions of resilience to climate change in African Agriculture
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Climate Change and Global Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Graham, RM 226
Chris Scott, Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman, and Barbara Morehouse A case study: coupling ecological and social dynamics in a semi-arid riparian system. Project context, Ecohydrological dynamics, Social and institutional dynamics
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Resilience in Riparian Corridors: Understanding Contributions of Ecohydrological Change and Social Process in System Collapse and Reorganization March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gold, RM 207
Christa Brelsford, Omaya Ahmad, Michael R. Delany, Emily Freeman, Colin Kunzweiler and Qiong Wang Measuring Resilience After a Catastrophic Natural Disaster: A Case Study of Fayette, Haiti after the 2010 Earthquake
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Natural Disasters and Disaster Management II. Chair: Emily Boyd March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Christian Stein, Jennie Barron and Henrik Ernstson A social network approach to analyze governance of land, water and ecosystems: the case of Mkindo catchment, Tanzania
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Water Governance. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Christina Prell Examining the link between stakeholder views on land management and social networks
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How can a dynamic social network perspective contribute to improved understanding of transformations in SES? March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Alumni, RM 202
Christopher Lyon Culture in Regime Shifts: An Exploration of Forest-dependent Communities in Transition
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Long-term Change and Indicators for Regime Shifts. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Christopher Lyon Place, Collective Action and Social Resilience in Forest-dependent Communities in Transition
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Resilience of Individuals and Communities in Transition. Chair: Helen Allison March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Chuck Harris, Dale Blahna, Kathleen Wolf and Jean Daniels Resilience across the spectrum of social-ecological systems: Applying reconciliation ecology to governance of diverse human settlement systems
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Chuck Harris, Dale Blahna, Kofi Akakmani and Wayde Morse The Dynamic Nexus of Community Development, Wildland Disturbance, and Land Management Institutions: Integrating Resilience Theory, Patch Dynamics, Structuration, and Adaptive Governance for More Effective Resource Management
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Theoretical Contributions II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Chuluun Togtokh Resilient Development of Pastoral Social-Ecological Systems in the Mongolian Gobi
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Resilient Communities. March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Santa Cruz, RM 229
Claire Quinn, Elisabeth Simelton, Evan Fraser and Andrew Dougill Non-linear relations between income and vulnerability to drought: evidence from Malawi and Botswana
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Assessing the vulnerability of food security to climate change by integrating socio-economic and environmental factors March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Graham RM 226
Claudia Bieling Coping with landscape change: Lessons from a comparative case study on agricultural abandonment in the Black Forest, Germany
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies II. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Claudia Pahl-Wostl From Building the "Tower of Babel" to Shared Frameworks for the Representation of Social-Ecological Systems
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Developing Frameworks to Study Social-Ecological Systems Over Time March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Carl Folke Water Governance in the Anthropocene
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Resilience perspectives on the global water challenge March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Claudia Pahl-wostl, Louis Lebel, Christian Knieper and Elena Nikitina Coordinating Twinning partnerships towards more adaptive Governance in river basins: From panaceas to context sensitive analyses and recommendations
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Thresholds and regime shifts in large-scale systems. Chair: G. Cumming March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Colin Beier, Amy Lovecraft and F. Stuart Chapin Growth and collapse of a resource system: an adaptive cycle of change in public lands governance and forest management in Alaska
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Resilience in Organizations. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Collaborative scientific strategies to support global sustainability Discussion
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability II March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Connie Nelson, Mirella Stroink The role of community-engaged university scholarship in building resilience: Facilitating the emergence of local knowledge and innovation
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Education for Community Resilience: Exploring Innovative Learning Systems and Cognitive Models March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Cochise, RM 228
Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, Anna Davies and Niamh Harty Urban Resilience and Travel Behaviour: Interim findings from a multi-method model to investigate the potential of a grassroots approach and the Internet in promoting sustainable urban travel behaviour
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Urban Resilience and Development. Chair: Tricia Knoot March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Corrine Knapp, Maria Fernandez-Gimenez and F. Stuart Chapin Environmental History as a Framework to Inform Resilience Theory and Local Decision Making
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Theoretical Contributions III. Chair: Corrine Knapp (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Cynthia Selin Rethinking Urban Governance: Knitting together Foresight and Sustainability
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Sustainable Anticipatory Governance: Understanding Resilience, Obduracy and the Long Term in Theory and Practice March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Cochise, RM 228
D. Armitage, E. Allison, M.C. Badjeck, C. Bene, T. Charles, R. Chuenpagdee, S. Coulthard, D. Johnson, G. Murray and I. Perry The Interplay of Wellbeing and Resilience Concepts: Towards a social-ecological perspective
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Francois Bousquet March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
D.G. Webster Computational Methods: Tools for bridging epistemic divides
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Methodologies for building adaptive capacity through shared learning among scientists, stakeholders and practitioners II March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Damon Lowery and Wayde Morse Resilience and Vulnerability in a Coastal Social-Ecological System
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems II. Chair: Ben Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Dan McCarthy The Case for Social Innovation in Building Social-ecological Resilience
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Building Innovation Through Time: Testing the Resilience of Social Innovations. Chair: Frances Westley March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Dan Slavik Knowing Nanuut: Local knowledge and community-based monitoring of polar bears within a modernizing community and dynamic icescape
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Discovering resilience in conflict: Catalysts for reorganization in adaptive governance of natural resources March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Navajo, RM 240
Dan Slavik Knowing Nanuut: Local knowledge and community-based monitoring of polar bears within a modernizing community and dynamic icescape
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The role of indigenous and traditional knowledge. Chair: Beatrice Crona March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Daniel Childers, Nancy Grimm, James Heffernan, Thomas Minckley and Enrique Vivoni Resilience and state change in high-disturbance ecosystems: Investigating how internal processes determine susceptibility to state change
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Resilience of the Natural Environment. Chair: Josh Cinner March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Daniel Okoth Okeyo Social-ecological Learning, Indigenous Knowledge and Innovation as means for addressing the vulnerability, adaptation and resilience to change in the dependence on ecological systems, by artisanal fishers of the African Great Lakes Region: the Lake Victor
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation I: Chair: Andrew Martin Miller March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Daniel Staley Resilient Urban Habitats: Urban forest canopy cover, green infrastructure and quality of life
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Urban Resilience. Chair: Sarah Mack March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Daniel Williams Adaptive Capacity of Social Systems: Exploring the Differences between Community, Landscape, and Legal/Institutional Frames
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Adaptive Capacity of Social Systems:  Exploring the Differences between Community, Landscape, and Legal/Institutional Frames March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Daniel de Vries Temporal Vulnerability in Socio-Ecological Floodplain Systems
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change II. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Darren Bardati Adaptation, resilience, landscape and climate change in Prince Edward Island, Canada
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change III. Darren Bardati (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Ventana, RM 241A
David G. Angeler, Craig R. Allen and Richard K. Johnson Linkages between environmental policy consequences, species invasions and resilience: insights from boreal lakes recovering from acidification
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Resilience of the Natural Environment. Chair: Josh Cinner March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
David Guston Anticipatory Governance: A Strategic Vision for Building Reflexivity into Emerging Technologies
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Sustainable Anticipatory Governance: Understanding Resilience, Obduracy and the Long Term in Theory and Practice March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Cochise, RM 228
David Ing Natural systems, service systems: Scientific perspectives on redesigning social-ecological systems
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Bea Crona March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Gila, RM 224
David Pereira Resilience in spatial planning: a emerging process or an illusion?
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Transforming Governance II. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Alumni, RM 202
David Steven Resilience and the ‘long crisis’ of globalization
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Crossing the chasm – crisis, opportunity, and transformation March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Davin Holen The praxis of fisheries as culture: the adaptive capacity of fishing communities in rural Alaska
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Deborah Jarvie A paradigm shift in policy development for the protection of aquifers
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Biophysical Challenges. Chair: Deborah Jarvie March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Debra Friedman, Elizabeth Segal, Alex Zautra, Deanna Janovich, Paul Luna Panel Discussion
Sustainability Challenges and the Science-Policy Interface: Human Services March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Alumni, RM 202
Dennis Mathaisel and Clare Comm A Prescription to Achieve Economic and Social Sustainability
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Communication II. Chair: Dennis Mathaisel March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Derek Armitage Examining Marine Transformations and Adaptive Governance
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Marine Transformations and Adaptive Governance March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Derek Kauneckis Measuring the resilience of local governments to climate change impacts: theory and evidence from a survey of local governments in Nevada
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Derk Loorbach Comments
Crossing the chasm – crisis, opportunity, and transformation March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Dhara L. Kothavala Boundary-Spanning Communication in Science, Policy and Industry: Framing, Perspectives and Voice
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Communication I. Chair Xavier Basurto March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Apache, RM 238
Diana Garavito Bermúdez and Cecilia Lundholm EcoSystems Thinking and Natural Resource Management
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Learning and Resilience Building. Chair: Thomas Elmqvist (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Graham, RM 226
Diana Liverman, Lennart Olsson Discussion
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Adaptiveness in Earth System Governance March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Discussion
Mixed Ontologies and Epistemologies in Resilience. Addressing Some of the Criticisms About Resilience March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gila, RM 224
Discussion
Human and Earth History as a Complex System: Theoretical Challenges: Panel II March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Gold, RM 207
Donald Nelson The human face of transformation
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A Research Agenda for Transformative Change March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Donald Nelson, Hallie Eakin Adaptation with a long-view: Promoting resilience in response to environmental and development challenges
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Scrutinizing development pathways in tropical drylands March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Pima, RM 230
Donald Nelson, Maria Carmen Lemos “Combat” or “Coexistence”? – An historical analysis of the impacts of public investment in a drought prone region
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Making resilience useful for Disaster Risk Management: Multiple uses of the concept and its integration in policy March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Duan Biggs Lifestyle Identity Drives Reef Tourism Enterprise Resilience and Propensity to Conserve Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies I. Chair: Duan Biggs March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, MU 85
Dunja Krause Resilience In Water, Flood And Drought Risk Management - Adaptive urban governance in rapidly developing cities
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Resilience in water, flood and drought risk management – controlling the untameable; reconciling urban planning and water March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Dustin Mulvaney Vulnerability, Innovation, and Sustainability in Solar Energy Development
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Innovation. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Edmundo Barrios and Heitor Coutinho Fostering knowledge sharing for integrated natural resource management and adaptation to global change in agricultural landscapes of Brazil.
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation II. Chair: Edmundo Barrios March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Elin Enfors Traps and Transformations: Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Social-ecological regime shifts and transformation March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Elin Enfors, Jennie Barron and Line Gordon Managing water for food and other ecosystem services: from trade-offs to synergies
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Resilience perspectives on the global water challenge March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Elin Selboe Voices of the Future: Values and visions of Norwegian children and youth on responses to climate change
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Children’s Resilience to Environmental Change: Exploring the opportunities and limits of a child centred approach to adaptation March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Elisabeth Simelton, Claire Quinn, Nnyaladzi Batisani, Jen Dyer, David Mkwambisi Matching farmer perceptions of drought with meteorological data in southern Africa
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Assessing the vulnerability of food security to climate change by integrating socio-economic and environmental factors March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Graham RM 226
Elise Granek, Mary Ruckelshaus Ecosystem services as a common language for coastal management: A case study of the Puget Sound Partnership
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Do ecosystem services provide a common language to facilitate participation in water management? March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Elke Herrfahrdt-Pähle, Carl Folke, Per Olsson, Claudia Pahl-Wostl and Maja Schlüter Transforming natural resources governance – opportunities created by socio-political change
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Transforming Governance II. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Emilie Lindqvist Modeling Knowledge: A Theoretical Approach To The Role Of Memory And Learning In Natural Resource Management
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Modeling. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Emily Boyd, Max Boykoff Permissible vulnerabilities: Examining institutional adaptation to climate change through flood responses in Urban India
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Re-imagining development under climate change: urgency, politics and transformations March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Emily Jane Davis and Maureen Reed Changes in forest communities: multi-level governance and resilience in British Columbia, Canada
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Networks, Multilevel Systems and Governance. Chair: Orjan Bodin March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Emily Mcclung de Tapia Landscape dynamics and transformation in the prehispanic basin of Mexico
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Landuse Transformations I. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni Lounge, RM 232
Emma Liwenga, Miriam Joshua, Tanya Stathers, Richard Lamboll and Amos Majule Urban Resilience through Integrated Rural-Urban Interdependencies in Tanzania and Malawi
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Urban Resilience and Development. Chair: Tricia Knoot March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Eniola Fabusoro, Mayowa Fasona, Makoto Maruyama, Ademola Braimoh and Kikuko Shoyama Governance and Forest Vulnerability in Southwest Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Forest Management
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Forests and Grazing Systems. Chair: Shauna BurnSilver March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Erica Crawford Flood Management Non-Sense: institutional dynamics of cross-government collaboration
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Creativity, Crisis and Conflict: what role does resilience play in policy? March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Erika Svendsen, Dana Fisher, Lindsay Campbell, James Connolloy, Lynn Westphal, Michelle Romolini, Cherie LeBlanc Fisher, Alaka Wali Understanding urban environmental stewardship networks: Findings from citywide stewardship research in New York City, Seattle, Baltimore, and Chicago
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An “All Lands, All Owners” Approach: Urban Sustainability, Governance Theory, and Poly-Centric Networks March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Erin Carter Northern Lights Education Initiative: Using Resilience Thinking to build a Vision for Education in Canada’s North
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Education for Community Resilience: Exploring Innovative Learning Systems and Cognitive Models March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Cochise, RM 228
Erle Ellis Anthromes as social-ecological systems: mapping regime shifts globally
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Social-ecological regime shifts and transformation March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Esther Hoffmann and Maja Rotter Adaptation to climate change in German utilities: an organizational learning perspective
Climate Change Impacts. Chair: Samantha Stone-Jovicich March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Esther Prins, Chris Hoadley, Elias Asiamah, Alex Asiedu, Maureen Biermann, Robert Crane, Kathleen Dietrich, Julius Kejo, Emma Liwenga, Awudu Modoc, L. Jen Shaffer, Ken Tamminga, Petra Tschakert and Nuhu Umar Learning to adapt: How innovation, environmental information sharing, and social networks vary in rural Ghana and Tanzania
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation I: Chair: Andrew Martin Miller March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Eva Patton, Fikret Berkes Combining local knowledge and science for adaptive resource management: Fisheries co-management in the western Canadian Arctic
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Enhancing community and regional resilience capacities: opportunities in coastal and Indigenous social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gila, RM 224
Evan Fraser, Chasca Twyman, Andrew Dougill, Lindsay Stringer, Claire Quinn Closing the Loop: Climate Science, Development Practice and Policy Interactions in Dryland Agro-Ecological Systems
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Scrutinizing development pathways in tropical drylands March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Pima, RM 230
Evan Fraser, Elisabeth Simelton, Mette Termansen Socio-economic factors that made cereal harvests vulnerable to drought:   Results from a global scale quantitative study
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Assessing the vulnerability of food security to climate change by integrating socio-economic and environmental factors March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Graham RM 226
F. Stuart Chapin Where do we want to go? Design principles for a sustainable Earth
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Earth stewardship: An agenda to reorient the trajectory of human interactions with the biosphere March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Union Stage, RM 85
F. Stuart Chapin Planning and facilitating inevitable transformations
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A Research Agenda for Transformative Change March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Fabiola Sosa Analyzing the vulnerability of socio-ecological systems as complex systems
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Graham, RM 226
Federica Ravera, David Tarrasón, Roberto Molowni-Horas, Klaus Hubacek and Jan Sendzimir Participatory scenario and modeling in adaptive research: a case study from a semiarid protected area in Nicaragua
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Modeling Social-Ecological Systems. Chair: M. Janssen March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Fikret Berkes Transformations, Livelihoods, Governance: Implications for the Resilience of Coastal Social-Ecological Systems
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Marine Transformations and Adaptive Governance March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Fikret Berkes Linking global drivers with local/regional change: A social-ecological systems analysis in Chilika Lagoon, Bay of Bengal
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability II March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Fiona Rotberg Social Networks and Adaptation in Rural Bangladesh
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Frances Westley Social Disasters and Barriers to Transformation
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Crossing the chasm – crisis, opportunity, and transformation March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Frances Westley Innovation and motivation for transformation to sustainability: How do we start the process?
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Earth stewardship: An agenda to reorient the trajectory of human interactions with the biosphere March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Union Stage, RM 85
Frances Westley Institutional entrepreneurship and leadership in SES
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How can a dynamic social network perspective contribute to improved understanding of transformations in SES? March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Alumni, RM 202
Franciska Rosen and Per Olsson The emergence of large-scale sustainability initiatives: Transforming marine governance in the Coral Triangle
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Transforming Governance 1. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Francois Bousquet Socio ecological theories and empirical research
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Francois Bousquet March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Frans van der Ven Communities of practice - essential ingredients in creating resilient urban water and flooding systems
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Resilience in water, flood and drought risk management – controlling the untameable; reconciling urban planning and water March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Frédéric Mertens, Jordan Oestreicher, Leandra Fatorelli, Lígia Valadão, Maria Berçot, Johanne Saint-Charles, Robert Davidson, Donna Mergler, Marc Lucotte In the field with the PLUPH and CARUSO projects: tools to bridge Ecohealth and Resilience approaches
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Ecohealth and resilience thinking: Trading lessons for human health research and practice March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Gail Whiteman Communicating Resilience Science to Business Scholars and Corporate Executives
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The policy translation and communication of resilience March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Gary Kofinas Towards Adaptive Co-Management of Human-Caribou Systems?: Lessons from regional comparisons and international cooperation
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Resilience and Transformations in a Rapidly Changing North March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Geiske Bouma, Beitske Boonstra, Hanneke Puts and Adriaan Slob Resilient urban areas: governing the social-ecological system through the adoption of an ecosystem services approach in spatial planning
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Governing Urban Systems. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
George Hambrecht and Gavin Lucas Vulnerability in the Early Modern World - Historical Archaeology in Iceland and Barbuda
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems II. Chair: Ben Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Gesche Krause and Marion Glaser Mangroves and People in North Brazil:  Appropriate Knowledge for a Mangrove-based Social-Ecological System
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability II March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Graeme Cumming Regime shifts and the resilience of big river basins
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Thresholds and regime shifts in large-scale systems. Chair: G. Cumming March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Gregg Walker Resilience and Progress in the United Nations Climate Change Negotiations
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Resilience Through Multi-scalar Collaboration March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Gregory Hill and Steven Kolmes Adaption and Transformation in the Columbia River Basin
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Thresholds and regime shifts in large-scale systems. Chair: G. Cumming March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Group activity Activity: Stakeholder mock-up breakouts - responding to change and identifying thresholds
Resilience in Riparian Corridors: Understanding Contributions of Ecohydrological Change and Social Process in System Collapse and Reorganization March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gold, RM 207
Group discussion Contributions of chapter authors to discussion on 'options for addressing adapting institutions, governance and complexity'
Adaptive institutions, governance and complexity March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Graham, RM 228
Gunn-Elin Fedreheim, Camilla Risvoll-Godø, Audun Sandberg National Parks as Regional Socio-Ecological Systems, a multilevel governance challenge
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Developing Frameworks to Study Social-Ecological Systems Over Time March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Gustav Engström and Anastasios Xepapadeas Economic growth in a Daisyworld
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Modeling. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Gustav Engström and Dieter Grass Povertry traps, economic growth and the advancement of doomsday
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Thresholds and regime shifts: Quantitative Theory. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Gyan Prakash Sharma Extent of invasive alien species linked to socio-economic indicators
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Terry Chapin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
H. Randy Gimblett Modeling approaches for system coupling and resilience assessment
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Resilience in Riparian Corridors: Understanding Contributions of Ecohydrological Change and Social Process in System Collapse and Reorganization March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gold, RM 207
H. Randy Gimblett and Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman Integration and synthesis of stakeholder mock-up interactions
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Resilience in Riparian Corridors: Understanding Contributions of Ecohydrological Change and Social Process in System Collapse and Reorganization March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gold, RM 207
Hallie Eakin, Emma Tompkins Uncertainty, scale, and space in privately-provided public climate change adaptations: Institutional challenges
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A Research Agenda for Transformative Change March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Hallie Eakin, Hugo Perales and Kirsten Appendini Between rigidity and lock-in traps: Adaptability and the future of maize in Mexico
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Food systems and food security II. Chair: Hallie Eakin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Hanna Erixon, Sara Borgstrom and Erik Andersson Using resilience as a conceptual framework to explore integrative and operative approaches to large-scale green structures in urbanising regions.
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Urban Resilience. Chair: Sarah Mack March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Hanna Erixon, Sara Borgstrom and Erik Andersson Using resilience as a conceptual framework to explore integrative and operative approaches to large-scale green structures in urbanising regions
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Urban Transformations II. Chair: Robert Mugerauer March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Union Stage, RM 85
Hannah Gosnell and Nicole Robinson Can Carbon Markets Facilitate a Sustainability Transition on Ranchlands in the American West? Limitations and Alternatives
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Economic Institutions and Governance. Chair: Allain Barnett March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Union Stage, RM 85
Hanneke Puts and Michael Duijn Governance of the subsurface: how to deal with new opportunities within the subsurface in current spatial planning practices?
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Biophysical Challenges. Chair: Deborah Jarvie March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Harmony Paulsen Promoting Resilience in Water Management through Local Network Governance
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Water Governance. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Hassabelrasoul Ali Oil development in the Sudan: Managing a tipping point between planned and catastrophic transformation
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Transforming Governance 1. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Heila Lotz-Sisitka and Tally Palmer Horizontal and Vertical Learning: Expanding learning of sustainability practices in activity systems
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Knowledge, communication, and learning in adaptation across institutional levels and within peer groups: current knowledge and future research March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Coconino, RM 246
Helen Allison Introduction
Mixed Ontologies and Epistemologies in Resilience. Addressing Some of the Criticisms About Resilience March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gila, RM 224
Helen Allison The Role of Psychological Type in Critiquing Resilience
Mixed Ontologies and Epistemologies in Resilience. Addressing Some of the Criticisms About Resilience March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gila, RM 224
Helen Allison Regime Shifts in Two Australian Inland Cities, Kalgoorlie and Broken Hill
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Characterizing Regime Shifts: Urban Case Studies and Data. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Helen Allison Can knowledge of personality type make a useful contribution to increasing resilience at the community level?
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Resilience of Individuals and Communities in Transition. Chair: Helen Allison March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Helen Ross, Michael Cuthill, Kirsten Maclean Know  it, use it, grow it: strategies for regional, community and Indigenous managers to enhance social and social-ecological resilience
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Enhancing community and regional resilience capacities: opportunities in coastal and Indigenous social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gila, RM 224
Helen Shaw and Ian Whyte Post Medieval land use and vegetation change in the Yorkshire Dales, UK: Understanding ecological and social resilience through time
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Bea Crona March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Gila, RM 224
Henrik Ernstson On transformative change and urban resilience: lessons from social-ecological research in Stockholm
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Urban transitions – on urban resilience and human-dominated ecosystems March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Henrik Ernstson, Jeff Ranara Social-ecological network analysis (iSENA): four approaches towards empirical research
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Integrated social-ecological networks – a cross-disciplinary conceptual and analytical framework for studying social-ecological systems March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Henrik Moller, Janet Stephenson, Jonathan Dick, Rauru Kirikiri, Nicole McCrossin, Rachel Turner Resonance of Maori world view and social-ecological resilience thinking for community-led restoration of coastal ecosystems in Aotearoa/New Zealand
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Enhancing community and regional resilience capacities: opportunities in coastal and Indigenous social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gila, RM 224
Henrik Österblom Co-evolving institutions: An evolutionary arms race for Antarctic Marine living resources
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Marine Resource Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Henrik Österblom, Matilda Valman Transboundary governance in the Baltic Sea
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Navigating transformations: Opportunities and challenges in marine social-ecological systems I March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Heriberto Cabezas, Tarsha Eason and Ahjond Garmestani Early Detection of Regime Shifts in Complex Systems from Fisher Information
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Thresholds and regime shifts: Quantitative Theory. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Hety Herawati and Heru Santoso Wildfire and Tropical Forest Resilience under Changing Climate: Policy and Institution Analysis in Indonesia
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change II. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Howard Silverman, Cathy Kellon and Peter + Trudy Johnson-Lenz Design for Resilience
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Communication II. Chair: Dennis Mathaisel March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Ignacio Palomo, Berta Martín-López, Cesar López-Santiago and Carlos Montes Building resilience through multi-scale scenarios under the ecosystem services framework in a protected area: the Doñana Social-Ecological system, SW Spain
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Terry Chapin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Ingmar van Meerkerk, Jurian Edelenbos, Mattijs van Maasakkers and Adriaan Slob Boundary judgments and their consequences for the governance of complex spatial-water issues. A comparison of the Dutch Haringvliet sluices and the American Atchafalaya Basin
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Water Governance. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Ingrid van de Leemput, Vasilis Dakos, Marten Scheffer and Egbert van Nes Slow recovery from local disturbances: an early-warning signal for regime shifts?
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Long-term Change and Indicators for Regime Shifts. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Ioan Fazey Vulnerability and Maladaptation in the Solomon Islands
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Ioan Fazey Resilience as a Concept for Our Time
Mixed Ontologies and Epistemologies in Resilience. Addressing Some of the Criticisms About Resilience March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gila, RM 224
Irene Iniesta-Arandia, Berta Martín-López, Marina García-Llorente, Carlos Montes and Pedro Aguilera The role of social networks in local water governance in a semiarid watershed (South-East, Spain)
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Networks, Multilevel Systems and Governance. Chair: Orjan Bodin March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Irene Pérez The irrigation system of the northwest Murcia Region (Spain): robustness of traditional social-ecological systems to resource intruders
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Social-ecological interdependencies and the robustness of irrigation-based agroecosystems. March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Ivan Townshend, Bill Reimer, Dana Edge, Judith Kulig and Nancy Lightfoot On the Structure of Perceived Resiliency and Community Cohesion in Wildfire Communities
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Terry Chapin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
J. David Tabara On the process and impact of vertical and horizontal communication on social learning three decades after the breaking of the Tous Dam in Eastern Spain
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Knowledge, communication, and learning in adaptation across institutional levels and within peer groups: current knowledge and future research March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Coconino, RM 246
J.M. Anderies and M.A. Janssen The impact of uncertainty on collective action in irrigation experiments
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Social-ecological interdependencies and the robustness of irrigation-based agroecosystems. March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Jack Ahern A suite of five strategies for building urban resilience
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Building Urban Resilience Capacity: Landscape design, Planning and Social equity March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Jacob Freeman, Andrea Torvinen, John M. Anderies, Ben Nelson and Ann Kinzig Analyzing the Impact of Crop Specialization in a Prehispanic Maize-Agave Economy in Northern Mexico
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Food systems and food security II. Chair: Hallie Eakin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Jacob von Heland Transformative Learning as the End of Learning
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Anticipatory Learning: Chair: Xavier Basurto March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Jacob von Heland and Carl Folke The Social-Ancestral Contract: Revisiting Culture in Ecosystem Services
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The role of indigenous and traditional knowledge. Chair: Beatrice Crona March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Jacopo Alessandro Baggio Multiple managers and heterogeneous landscapes: an integrated social-ecological network modelling approach
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Integrated social-ecological networks – a cross-disciplinary conceptual and analytical framework for studying social-ecological systems March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
James Meldrum Modeling the Role of Expectations in the Dynamics of Adaptively-Managed Social Ecological Systems
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Theoretical Contributions II. Chair: Joshua Cinner March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
James Meldrum, Patricia Champ, Anna Schoettle and Craig Bond The Social Context of Managing High Elevation Pine Forests for Ecological Resilience
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Resilience of the Natural Environment. Chair: Josh Cinner March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
James Powell and Gary Kofinas Community sustainability indicators: Recent patterns in development and use in decision-making the US and Juneau Alaska
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Community Governance and Resilience. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Jameson Wetmore The Challenge of Path Dependency and the Need for Anticipatory Governance
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Sustainable Anticipatory Governance: Understanding Resilience, Obduracy and the Long Term in Theory and Practice March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Jan Sendzimir, Chris Reij and @crs. Piotr Magnuszewski Rebuilding Resilience in the Sahel: Re-greening in the Maradi and Zinder Regions of Niger
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies I. Chair: Duan Biggs March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, MU 85
Jana Carp The Slow Movement in Sonoma Valley, California:  Politics and Pleasure in Seeking Resilience
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Collaborative Resilience and Social Learning March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Jeff Ranara, Fredrik Liljeros, Regina Lindborg, Henrik Ernstson, Erik Andersson and Thomas Elmqvist Mapping of Social-Ecological Values in Stockholm: Implications for Ecosystem Services, and Urban Transition Planning
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Learning and Resilience Building. Chair: Thomas Elmqvist (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Graham, RM 226
Jen Dyer, Nicola Favretto, Lindsay C. Stringer, Andrew J. Dougill Managing land for food or energy: can J. curcas provide win-win opportunities?
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Assessing the vulnerability of food security to climate change by integrating socio-economic and environmental factors March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Graham RM 226
Jennifer Auer Anticipating policy impacts with path dependence: An application to the property rights - urban development debate
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Urban Resilience. Chair: Sarah Mack March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Jennifer Hodbod Biofuels as a perturbation to the resilience of food systems at multiple scales
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Food systems and food security I. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
11:00 - 12:30
La Paz, RM 242
Jenny Bellamy, Emma Jakku Combining local knowledge and science for adaptive resource management: Fisheries co-management in the western Canadian Arctic
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Enhancing community and regional resilience capacities: opportunities in coastal and Indigenous social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gila, RM 224
Jetske Bouma Biodiversity conservation and the potential for community co-management – case studies from Costa Rica and Vietnam
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Patrick Bourgeron March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Jo Moran-Ellis, Kate Burningham, Will Medd, Sue Tapsell, Marion Walker, Rebecca Whittle Children, Resilience and Urban Flood: context and ideology
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Children’s Resilience to Environmental Change: Exploring the opportunities and limits of a child centred approach to adaptation March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Jochen Hinkel, Giacomo Trombi, Saskia Werners, Jaro Mysiak Tipping points in socio-ecological systems: Experience from European case studies
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Detour ahead: Thresholds in climate change adaptation - examples from Europe. Chair: Saskia Werners and Stefan Pfenninger March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Jochen Hinkel, Pieter W.G. Bots, Maja Schlüter Towards a common framework for analyzing the sustainability of social-ecological systems: a meta-framework
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Developing Frameworks to Study Social-Ecological Systems Over Time March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Johan Rockström Confronting the water challenge in a turbulent world
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Resilience perspectives on the global water challenge March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Johanna Wolf and Trevor Bell “It’s no use trying to fight the weather” – Adaptation to climate change in aboriginal communities in Labrador
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change III. Darren Bardati (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Ventana, RM 241A
John Handmer Financial resilience in disaster
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Making resilience useful for Disaster Risk Management: Multiple uses of the concept and its integration in policy March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
John Kittinger, Anne Dowling, Andrew Purves, Nicole Milne, Per Olsson Multiple-agency management, marine protected areas, and monumental surprise in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
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Navigating transformations: Opportunities and challenges in marine social-ecological systems I March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
John Kittinger, John M. Pandolfi, Jonathan H. Blodgett, Terry L. Hunt, Hong Jiang, Kep? Maly, Loren E. McClenachan, Jennifer K. Schultz and Bruce A. Wilcox Long-Term Relationships in Social-Ecological Systems: Using the Past to Manage for the Future in Hawaiian Coral Reefs
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Long-term Change and Indicators for Regime Shifts. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
John Murphy Modeling the Resilience of an Archaeological Irrigation Society: Challenges of Scope and Scale
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Types of Social Ecological Systems and the Role of Place Based Resilience March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Cochise, RM 228
John Parker, Astier Almedom, Tim Griffin and Daniel Gonzalez Understanding the Dynamics of Smallholder Adoption and Diffusion of Water Management Innovations: A Case Study of the Quesungual Slash-and-Mulch Agroforestry System in Southwestern Honduras
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation II. Chair: Edmundo Barrios March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
John Plodinec The Community Resilience System: Enhancing Community Resilience
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Challenges in Building Community Resilience: Policy and Implementation Challenges March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
John Robinson and Alberto Cayuela CIRS: A Living Laboratory of Sustainability and Community Engagement
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Building Innovation Through Time: Testing the Resilience of Social Innovations. Chair: Frances Westley March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
La Paz, RM 242
John Thompson Governance, Pathways and the Transformation of Global Agri-Food Systems
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Crossing the chasm – crisis, opportunity, and transformation March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
John Usher In defense of McDonaldization: polymorphism as emergent indigenization
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies III. Chair: Camille Washington-ottombre March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Jon Breschak, Mark Rickenbach and Tricia Knoot Water Quality, Adaptive Capacity, and Network Capital: The Use of Text Data Mining and Dynamic Social Network Analysis To Gain Social Insight
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Networks, Multilevel Systems and Governance. Chair: Orjan Bodin March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Jon Norberg and J. Marty Anderies Formalizing social capital in natural resource economics
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Human and Earth History as a Complex System: Theoretical Challenges: Panel II March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Gold, RM 207
Jonas Nielsen The Resilient Vulnerable
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Scrutinizing development pathways in tropical drylands March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Pima, RM 230
Jonathan Koppell Panel Discussion
Sustainability Policy & Practice Synthesis March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Joost Mattheus Vervoort, Kasper Kok, Ron van Lammeren, Tom (A.) Veldkamp and + Arnold Bregt Stepping into systems: multi-media strategies for the communication of insights on social-ecological dynamics and scales
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Communication I. Chair Xavier Basurto March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Apache, RM 238
Jos Brils, Suzanne van der Meulen, Jacco de Hoog, Adriaan Slob Ecosystem services as common language to facilitate participation in a Dutch, regional river restoration case
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Do ecosystem services provide a common language to facilitate participation in water management? March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Joseph Luczkovich, Rebecca Deehr, Jeffrey Johnson Linking social and ecological networks in coastal fisheries in North Carolina
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Integrated social-ecological networks – a cross-disciplinary conceptual and analytical framework for studying social-ecological systems March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Joseph Tainter Resources and Societies: Past and Future
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Human and Earth History as a Complex System: Theoretical Challenges: Panel II March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Gold, RM 207
Joshua Cinner How institutional designs and the socioeconomic context influence the outcomes of coral reef co-management systems
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Marine Transformations and Adaptive Governance March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Joshua Cinner Linking social science and ecology to understand the vulnerability of coastal societies to changes in coral reef resources
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Transitional States in Marine Social-Ecological Systems: challenges, risks, and opportunities. March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Mohave, RM 236
Juan Carlos Rocha Gordo " Sustainability Requires Time: A Deep Time Perspective on Vulnerability and Resilience in the Caribbean - Jago Cooper ,Paper 2, Misperception of Feedbacks: Another Source of Vulnerability in Social-Ecological Systems
Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Juan Carlos Rocha Gordo, Reinette Oonsie Biggs and Garry Peterson The Domino Effect: A Network Analysis of Regime Shifts Drivers and Causal Pathways
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Characterizing Regime Shifts: Urban Case Studies and Data. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Julia Klein, Emily Yeh, Kelly Hopping, Yonten Nyima, Jia Hu, Randall Boone, Kathleen Galvin and Shichang Kang Vulnerability on the Roof of the World: Resilience to Climate Change and Natural Resource Policies on the Tibetan Plateau
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change IV. Chair: Marco Janssen March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Julie Davidson, Neil Holbrook, Peat Leith, Melissa Nursey-Bray, Ingrid Van Putten and Elizabeth Madin Determining the Resilience of Australian Marine Social-Ecological Systems: The challenge of operationalising resilience thinking
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Determining Resilience. Chair: Nathan Engle March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Kaitlyn Rathwell and Garry Peterson Networks of collaboration increase water management activities across an agricultural landscape
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Network Approaches. Chair: M. Janssen March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Kalb Stevenson, Lilian Alessa and Andrew Kliskey Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security in the Circumpolar North and Potential Solutions
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Food systems and food security I. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
11:00 - 12:30
La Paz, RM 242
Karina Benessaiah To shrimp or not to shrimp? Path dependence and change in the Estero Real, Nicaragua
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Creativity, Crisis and Conflict: what role does resilience play in policy? March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Karl-Goran Maler and Chuan-Zhong Li Measuring sustainability under regime shift uncertainty: A resilience pricing approach
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Thresholds and regime shifts: Quantitative Theory. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Karyn Fox Adaptive Governance for Resilient Livelihoods and Sustainable Landscapes in Bali
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Turquiose, RM 220
Kasper Kok Social-ecological regime shifts a useful concept? Trajectories vs. Regime Shifts
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Social-ecological regime shifts and transformation March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Kasper Kok, Mathijs Van Vliet Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping: a participatory model as part of scenario development toolbox
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Participatory modeling: A way to promote collaborative learning in multilevel governance I March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Apache, RM 238
Katherine Spielmann and Rimjhim Aggarwal Storage and Resilience in Small-Scale Agriculture in Semi-Arid Environments
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Risk and Risk Management. Chair: Shauna BurnSilver March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Pima, RM 230
Kathleen Galvin, David Nkedianye, Robin Reid Pastoral Adaptation through Governance to Changing African Landscapes
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Adaptiveness in Earth System Governance March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Kathleen Parewick Things Change, We Change: Planning for Community Resilience in the Canadian Arctic
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Community Governance and Resilience. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Kathleen Schwerdtner-Mañez Mangroves in transition: social-ecological transformations in the face of environmental change
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability I March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Kathleen Sutcliffe Organizing for Resilience
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Resilience and Business March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Ventana, RM 241A
Kathryn Kyle Discussant
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Creativity, Crisis and Conflict: what role does resilience play in policy? March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Katrin Daedlow, Volker Beckmann and Robert Arlinghaus Assessing an adaptive cycle in a social system under external pressure to change: the importance of intergroup relations in recreational fisheries governance
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Francois Bousquet March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Katrina Brown Lost in Translation? Resilience ideas in international development
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The policy translation and communication of resilience March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Keith Gibson, Axel Moehrenschlager and Michael Quinn Patterns in the Clouds: A Framework for Engaging with Resilience Thinking
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Mark Reed (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Mohave, RM 236
Keith Prufer, Vernon Scarborough, Arlen Chase, Diane Z. Chase, Rafael Cobos, Nicholas Dunning, Joel D. Gunn, Scott L. Fedick, Vilma Fialko, Gyles Iannone, David Lentz, Rodrigo Liendo, Lisa Lucero, Jeremy A. Sabloff, Joseph Tainter, Fred Valdez, Jr., and Sander van der Leeuw IHOPE Maya: Resilience and Rigidity in the Development and Disintegration of Complex Societies in the Tropical Lowlands of Mesoamerica
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Regime Shifts in Human and Earth History: Case Studies: Panel I March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Keith Tidball Urgent Biophilia: Human-Nature Interactions in Red Zone Recovery and Resilience
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Greening in the Red Zone: Disaster, Resilience, and Community Greening March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Keith Tidball, Marianne Krasny, Erika Svendsen, Lindsay Campbell, Kenneth Helphand Stewardship, learning, and memory in disaster resilience
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Environmental Education, Learning, and Social-ecological System Resilience March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Gila, RM 224
Keli Perrin The challenge of adapting and applying the theoretical understandings of resilience to community systems
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Challenges in Building Community Resilience: Policy and Implementation Challenges March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Ken Caine The Role of Conflict in Resilience: An Introduction and Case Study
Discovering resilience in conflict: Catalysts for reorganization in adaptive governance of natural resources March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Navajo, RM 240
Ken Frank Social Network Models for Natural Resource Use and Extraction
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How can a dynamic social network perspective contribute to improved understanding of transformations in SES? March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Alumni, RM 202
Ken Mccown, Kim Steele, Gabriel Diaz-Montemayor Discussion: A narrative of the contemporary environmental and cultural condition of the Sonoran Desert city and its surrounding region and a discussion of what landscape architects are doing to benefit resilience of socio-ecological systems
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Resilience in Sonoran Desert Cities March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Ken Tamminga, L. Jen Shaffer, Elias Asiama, Alex Asiedu, Maureen Biermann, Rob Crane, Kathleen Dietrich, Chris Hoadley, Julius Kejo, Emma Liwenga, Awudu Modoc, Esther Prins, Petra Tschakert and Nuhu Umar Grounded: Walking journeys and environmental monitoring as portals to anticipatory learning and resilience from and within the working landscape
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Anticipatory Learning: Chair: Xavier Basurto March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Kenneth Abbott and David Gartner Global Governance and the Multilevel Challenge of Resilience: Lessons from Global Health
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Multilevel Governance. Chair: Marco Janssen March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Kenny Salau and Jacopo Baggio Management and Dynamics in a Predator-Prey Metapopulation
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Characteristics of social networks as indicators of resilience in social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Kevin Gotham, Douglas Meffert, Wayne Zipperer, Joshua Lewis Discussion
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Resilience, Vulnerability, and Sustainability in Post-Katrina New Orleans March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Graham, RM 226
Kirk Emerson, Nils Ferrand, Marilyn ten Drink, Jan Sendzimir, Neil Adger, Bruno Locatelli Debate
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Participatory modeling: A way to promote collaborative learning in multilevel governance II March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Turquoize, RM 220
Kirsten Larsen, Graham Turner, Chris Ryan and Mark Lawrence Food Supply Scenarios: exploring challenges to the core function of food systems – sustainable and secure provision of a nutritious diet
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Food systems and food security I. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
11:00 - 12:30
La Paz, RM 242
Klaus Eisenack and Micha Steinhäuser A Micro-Foundation of Direct and Indirect Damages due to Extreme Weather
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Natural Disasters and Disaster Management II. Chair: Emily Boyd March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Klaus Eisenack, Rebecca Stecker An Action Theory of Adaptation to Climate Change
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Resilience: A Pipe Dream or a Viable Mechanism for Addressing Adaptation to Climate Change in Urban Regions March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
La Paz, RM 242
Klaus Hubacek and Mark Reed Lessons learned from a computer-assisted participatory planning and management process in UK’s uplands
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Modeling Social-Ecological Systems. Chair: M. Janssen March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Kostas Alexandridis Identifying social community resilience in collective semantic knowledge transformations
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Knowledge and Action. Chair: Tischa Munoz-Erickson (TBC) March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Kostas Alexandridis, Lia Ortiz and Simon Pittman An ethnoecological investigation of social resilience and adaptation patterns in Caribbean/USVI historical fishing community
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Mark Reed (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Mohave, RM 236
Kris Johnson Bringing imagination to decision-making: blending participatory scenario workshops with policy and planning processes
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Methodologies for building adaptive capacity through shared learning among scientists, stakeholders and practitioners I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Kristian Jakobsen Using a Livelihood Asset-based Approach for Adaptation Policy Targeting
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Francois Bousquet March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Kristy Faccer, Lorren Haywood and Lozelle Reed Tracking Risk and Resilience in the Sustainability Landscape of Corporate South Africa
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Resilience in Organizations. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Lance Gunderson Examining possibilities for adaptive governance in the Everglades, the Grand Canyon, and other large scale systems
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Resilience Thinking and the Policy Sciences: Thoughts Towards Productive Engagement March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Lars Hein Integrated Assessment of CZM in the Netherlands, three case studies
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability II March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Laura Kowler Multi-level Institutional Arrangements: The Articulation of Bolivia’s New Forest Governance Regime in the Amazon Region
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Multilevel Governance. Chair: Marco Janssen March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Laura Kuhl Institutional Arrangements for Resilience in the Face of Climate Change: An analysis of disaster preparedness and response for flooding in La Ceiba, Honduras
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change II. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Laura Schmitt Olabisi, Anne R. Kapuscinski, Kris Johnson, Peter Reich, Brian Stenquist, Kathryn Draeger Learning from the tension between scenario visioning and systems modeling: insights from the Minnesota 2050 project
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Methodologies for building adaptive capacity through shared learning among scientists, stakeholders and practitioners I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Laura Seraydarian Vulnerability, Governance Issues and Resilience Pathways in Urban Water Markets: A Case Study from Indore, India
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Urban Resilience to Climate Change: Framing Resilience Processes in Practice March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Laura Vang Rasmussen, Anette Reenberg Unravelling the dynamic features of land use systems in the Sahel: Can modelling assist to assess resilience and vulnerability?
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Scrutinizing development pathways in tropical drylands March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Pima, RM 230
Lauren Withycombe and Christy Mercer Guiding Principles for Developing Adaptive Capacity through Anticipatory Learning
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Anticipatory Learning: Chair: Xavier Basurto March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Leopoldo Cavaleri Gerhardinger, Gustavo Martins and Alexandre Moreira The emergence and social-ecological transformation of a twenty year-old 'ecovillage' in coastal Brazil
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance II. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Levania Santoso and Tim Cronin Media analysis on REDD+ policy in Indonesia
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Communication II. Chair: Dennis Mathaisel March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Lilia Yumagulova Resilient by design: The Role of Institutional Adaptation to Environmental Risk in Cities
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Governing Urban Systems. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Lilia Yumagulova Resilient Institutions = Vulnerable people? Understanding the ‘hour-glass’ of flood risk management in urban marginalized communities in Russia
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Creativity, Crisis and Conflict: what role does resilience play in policy? March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Lilian Alessa, Peter Schweitzer, and Terry Chapin Resilience, Vulnerability, and Adaptation: An Alaskan Approach to Analyzing High Latitude Social-ecological Systems
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Resilience and Transformations in a Rapidly Changing North March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Line Gordon, Lowe Borjesson, Elin Enfors What can we learn from a resilience perspective on the re-greening of the Sahel?
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Scrutinizing development pathways in tropical drylands March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Pima, RM 230
Lisa Westerhoff Commentary - Governing adaptation
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Re-imagining development under climate change: urgency, politics and transformations March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Lisbeth Jamila Haider Resilience of meso-level institutions in Central Highlands of Afghanistan
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Resilient Communities. March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Santa Cruz, RM 229
Lisen Schultz, Cecilia Lundholm Learning for resilience? Exploring learning opportunities in Biosphere Reserves
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Environmental Education, Learning, and Social-ecological System Resilience March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Gila, RM 224
Lisen Schultz, Ryan Plummer Social-ecological inventories: an approach for finding key actors (and engaging them)
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Resilience Assessment: Practical applications of resilience thinking March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Liz Gladin Collaborative Spaces and Places: moving from Resilient Management to Resilience Management in sustainable water policy-making? A case study from the Sierra Nevada, California.
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Water Governance. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Lorena Franco, Germán Andrade and Juliana Delgado Resilience surrogates in transformed ecosystems. Targeting actions to enhance adaptation to environmental change of Andean wetlands, Lake Fúquene case study, Colombian eastern mountain range
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Landuse Transformations I. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni Lounge, RM 232
Lorenzo Chelleri, Marta De Olazabal Salgado and Françoise Breton Some starters for the translation of resilience theory into the city planning practises
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Urban Transformations I. Chair: Steve Moddemeyer March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Louisa Evans Limits to adaptation and barriers to transformation in the Coral Triangle
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Navigating Transformations: Opportunities and challenges for transformation in marine social-ecological systems II March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Louisa Evans Do the institutions to manage transformations exist or do we need new institutions?
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A Research Agenda for Transformative Change March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Louise Jackson, Kamal Bawa, Peter de Ruiter, Luis Garcia-Barrios, Patrick Lavelle Bringing resilience down to earth: Panel discussion
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Sustainable weighting of ecology-economics tradeoff (SWEET): Agrobiodiversity, sustainability and sustainagility across land use intensification gradients in a global comparative study March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Lucy Rist and Jon Moen Does Resilience offer a new model for Sustainable Forest Management?
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Resilience of the Natural Environment. Chair: Josh Cinner March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Luis Enrique García-Barrios How Small-holders in MAB buffer zones are adapting their Land Stewardship and Livelihoods to Agricultural Price De-regulation, to Environmental Service Markets and to Conservation Policies
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Sustainable weighting of ecology-economics tradeoff (SWEET): Agrobiodiversity, sustainability and sustainagility across land use intensification gradients in a global comparative study March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Madhusudan Katti, Andrew Jones, Henry Delcore, Derya Ozgoc-Caglar, and Tom Holyoke Water management and urban resilience: exploring the dynamic interplay between water policy, residential water use, the urban landscape, and plant and bird diversity
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Urban Transformations II. Chair: Robert Mugerauer March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Union Stage, RM 85
Magnus Tuvendal and Thomas Elmqvist Using ecosystem services as a framework for matching social and ecological scales
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Maja Schlueter, Jochen Hinkel, Pieter Bots, Robert Arlinghaus Applying a SES framework to model the coupled dynamics of SES
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Developing Frameworks to Study Social-Ecological Systems Over Time March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Maka‘ala Ka‘aumoana, Debbie Gowensmith, Cheryl Anderson, Sarah Henly-Shepard, Gabrielle Schuerger, Edward Glazier, John Kittinger Vulnerable or Resilient?  Coping with Social-Ecological Transformations in a Pacific Island Community
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Indigenous Resilience in Times of Social-Ecological Change. March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Marcela Olmedo Coping and adaptive strategies to climatic variability among herders for Fontina cheese from Aosta Valley, Italy.
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change III. Darren Bardati (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Ventana, RM 241A
Marcus Moench From Concepts to Action: Building Climate Resilience in Asian Cities
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Urban Resilience to Climate Change: Framing Resilience Processes in Practice March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Margot Hill and Nathan Engle Challenges and opportunities in identifying and mobilizing adaptive capacity in water governance regimes for managing climate and hydrological uncertainty
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change II. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Mari Shioya Socio-Ecological Resilience and Adaptive Governance for Sustainable Resource Management
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Patrick Bourgeron March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Maria Carmen Lemos, Arun Agrawal Adaptive development
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Re-imagining development under climate change: urgency, politics and transformations March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Maria Falaleeva, Stefan Gray, Cathal O'Mahony and Val Cummins Adaptive Co-management for coastal climate adaptation in Ireland: Pragmatic preconditions for theory application
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Climate Change and Global Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Graham, RM 226
Maria Tengö, Emmanuel Raufflet and Marc-André Guertin Landscape entrepreneurship – catalyzing change towards ecosystem management
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Landuse Transformations II. Chair: Maria Tengö March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Maria Tengö, Henrik Ernstson, Chantal Radimilahy and Thomas Elmqvist Analyzing ecosystem governance in human dominated landscapes – the usefulness of a social-ecological network approach
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Determining Resilience. Chair: Nathan Engle March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Marianne Krasny and Keith Tidball Resilience and Transformation: Greening in the Red Zone
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Greening in the Red Zone: Disaster, Resilience, and Community Greening March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Marianne Krasny, Wolff-Michael Roth Environmental education for social-ecological system resilience: A perspective from activity theory
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Knowledge and Action. Chair: Tischa Munoz-Erickson (TBC) March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Marilyn Buchholtz ten Brink, Ann Vega, Brian Dyson, Tom Stockton, Tim Canfield and Patricia Bradley A Framework for Facilitating Ecosystem Services-Based Decision-Making and the Development of Decision Support Tools
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance II. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Marina Alberti Resilience of Urbanizing Ecosystems: Emerging Hypotheses and Scientific Challenges
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Thresholds and regime shifts: Quantitative Theory. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Marina Alberti, James Waters Perspectives on urban resilience - scientific challenges
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Urban transitions – on urban resilience and human-dominated ecosystems March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Marina Beermann What makes business organizations resilient? A quantitative survey
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Graham, RM 226
Marina Ferreira and Mayra Jankowsky Feedbacks and social-ecological learning in resilience building: local and global food systems
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Learning and Resilience Building. Chair: Thomas Elmqvist (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Graham, RM 226
Marion Glaser Towards Global Sustainability Analysis in the Anthropocene
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability I March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Mark Altaweel A history of human settlement evolution and trajectories of resilience or collapse
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Types of Social Ecological Systems and the Role of Place Based Resilience March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Cochise, RM 228
Mark Hudson and Mami Aoyama Skeletal health indicators of social-ecological resilience in the early modern Ryukyu Islands
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Mark Reed and Anna Evely What is Social Learning?
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Mark Reed (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Mohave, RM 236
Markus Dotterweich Long-term interaction between past soil erosion and land-use change in central Europe
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Landuse Transformations II. Chair: Maria Tengö March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Marta Berbes-Blazquez A participatory assessment of ecosystem services and human wellbeing in rural Costa Rica using photo-voice
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Resilient Communities. March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Santa Cruz, RM 229
Marten Scheffer Generic Early Warning indicators of regime-shifts – theory and application across ecosystems, climate, and financial systems
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Anticipating surprise: Research frontiers in the quest for early-warning indicators of regime shifts March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Martin Bunch Slums as social-ecological systems: A case study in managing for resilience and health in Chennai, India
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Ecohealth and resilience thinking: Trading lessons for human health research and practice March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Martin Robards Discussion
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Transitional States in Marine Social-Ecological Systems: challenges, risks, and opportunities. March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Mohave, RM 236
Martin Sjöstedt Institutions and enforcement dynamics in African fisheries
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Marine Resource Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Marvin Joseph Montefrio Global-Local Contradiction: The Case of Sustainable Biofuels Governance in the Philippines
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Theoretical Contributions - Case Studies I. Chair: M. Janssen March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Navajo, RM 240
Mary Ellen Cohane Biological Models, Social Networking, and the Development of Resilient Restorative Economic Systems
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Network Approaches. Chair: M. Janssen March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Masse Lo Using GIS as a crowd-sourcing tool for decision-making in natural resource management
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Beyond the Social Media Hype - Information and Communication Technologies in the Anthropocene March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Mateja Nenadovic Can the incorporation of fishers’ ecological knowledge in fisheries management process aid in strengthening resilience of social-ecological systems? An example from the Gulf of Maine, USA
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Theoretical Contributions - Case Studies II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Matilda Thyresson, Magnus Nyström and Beatrice Crona Trading with key-ecosystem processes in coral reefs
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Bea Crona March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Gila, RM 224
Matthew Berman A Social System Model for Understanding Human Adaptation to Arctic Environmental Change
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Modeling Social-Ecological Systems. Chair: M. Janssen March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Matthew Peters and Abdessamad Tridane A Regional Modeling Approach to Estimating National Forest Productivity under Climate Change
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Modeling. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Megan Lupek and Wayde Morse Exploring the contribution of conservation incentive programs to social-ecological resilience
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Resilience in Organizations. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Megan Meacham, Allyson Quinlan Resilience assessment 2.0: Developing networks of practice
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Resilience Assessment: Practical applications of resilience thinking March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Mehmet Aksoezen Urban life cycles and succession models
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Urban Transformations I. Chair: Steve Moddemeyer March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Melanie Thomas and Associate Professor David King The resilience and adaptive capacity of coastal cities vulnerable to climate change impacts: A case study of the 2008 Mackay floods, Queensland, Australia
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change II. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Melinda Benson Legal and Institutional Constraints on Resilience-based Thinking in New Mexico’s Middle Rio Grande Watershed
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Resilience and Law March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Melissa Marschke Power dynamics, transitions and resource governance: reflections from Cambodia
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Exploring ‘resilience’ and ‘transformation’ in socio-ecological systems through the lens of the social sciences: a critical reflection and constructive dialogue March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Menka Bihari Vulnerability and Adaptability of Private Land Conservation in a Changing Climate
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change III. Darren Bardati (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Ventana, RM 241A
Mervin Gascon Traditional ecological knowledge system in mitigating the effects of dengue and malaria outbreak among matigsalug in Marilog District, Davao City, Philippines
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The role of indigenous and traditional knowledge. Chair: Beatrice Crona March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Michael Cox Using empirical applications to refine a framework for social-ecological analysis
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Michael Cox March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Graham RM 226
Michael Schoon, Abigail York Emerging Networks of Collaboration: When does Cross-border Governance Build Resilience?
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Characteristics of social networks as indicators of resilience in social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Michele Romolini, Kathleen Wolf, Dale Blahna From Sanitary to Sustainable Cities: An emerging role and reevaluation of environmental governance and polycentric networks in cities
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An “All Lands, All Owners” Approach: Urban Sustainability, Governance Theory, and Poly-Centric Networks March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Michele-lee Moore, Tim Brodhead, Stephen Huddart Foundations and Intermediaries: a resource strategy for social innovation
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Resilient capital: funding social innovation for transforming systems. Chair: Frances Westley March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Michelle Hegmon, Margaret Nelson, Jerry Howard, David Abbott Social Change and Path Dependence: Examining Regime Shifts in the Archaeology of the US Southwest
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Regime Shifts in Human and Earth History: Case Studies: Panel I March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Min-cheng Tu, Michael Sorice and Bradford Wilcox Optimal reaction for a cost-sharing system in adapting to woody plant encroachment
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Theoretical Contributions - Case Studies II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Mirella Stroink Strengthening community resilience through high school education: The views of students
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Education for Community Resilience: Exploring Innovative Learning Systems and Cognitive Models March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Cochise, RM 228
Mirjam Pulleman, Louise Jackson, Lijbert Brussaard, Kamal Bawa, George Brown, Irene Cardoso, Peter de Ruiter, Luis Garcia-Barrios, Alan Hollander, Patrick Lavelle, Elisee Ouedraogo, Unai Pascual, Siddappa Setty, Meine van Noordiwijk Agrobiodiversity in support of sustainable agricultural intensification and livelihood resilience: Exploring the potential for innovation across eight benchmark sites
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Sustainable weighting of ecology-economics tradeoff (SWEET): Agrobiodiversity, sustainability and sustainagility across land use intensification gradients in a global comparative study March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman Resilience in Riparian Corridors: Understanding Contributions of Ecohydrological Change and Social Process in System Collapse and Reorganization. Welcome and introduction to the panel
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Resilience in Riparian Corridors: Understanding Contributions of Ecohydrological Change and Social Process in System Collapse and Reorganization March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gold, RM 207
Moira Zellner, Leilah Lyons, Charles Hoch Resilience in Groundwater Management: Learning and Planning through Participatory Modeling
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Collaborative Resilience and Social Learning March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Morgan Grove, Dexter Locke, Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne, Lynn Westphal Causes and consequences of urban stewardship footprints over time: a socio-spatial approach
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An “All Lands, All Owners” Approach: Urban Sustainability, Governance Theory, and Poly-Centric Networks March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Myrto Kalliopi Garis Long term disaster recovery: What can we learn for resilience?
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Natural Disasters and Disaster Management I. Chair: Richard Streeter (TBC) March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Mónica Ribeiro-Palacios, Elisabeth Huber-Sannwald, Luis García-Barrios, Francisco Peña and Jaime Carrera Land use change in the Southern Huasteca, Mexico; drivers and consequences for livelihood strategies and ecosystem services
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Landuse Transformations II. Chair: Maria Tengö March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Nabin Baral Do diversity, leadership and institutional memory contribute to organizational resilience? An empirical study from Nepal
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies I. Chair: Duan Biggs March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, MU 85
Nadine Marshall, Sarah Park, Emma Jakku, Emily Mendham, Mark Howden, Neil Adger, Katrina Brown, Samantha Stone-Jovicich, Anne-Maree Dowd and Peter Thorburn Influences on transformation strategies in an Australian resource-dependent industry
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Responses to Climate Change I. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gila, RM 224
Nadine Methner and Henrik Ernstson The role of informal social networks in water resources governance: analyzing networks around degrading water quality and invasive “alien” vegetation in the Berg River catchment, South Africa
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Turquiose, RM 220
Nancy Dammann To Maintain a Landscape Safe for Change: Community Based Governance and Resiliency in the Peruvian Amazon
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Resilient Communities. March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Santa Cruz, RM 229
Nancy Doubleday Collaboration and Self-Efficacy in Arctic Social-Ecological-Cultural  Knowledge: Setting the stage for resilience in cross-scale
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Collaborative Resilience and Social Learning March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Natalie Ban Opportunities for transformation in governance in the high seas
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Navigating Transformations: Opportunities and challenges for transformation in marine social-ecological systems II March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Natalie Suckall Understanding migration as a response to climate change: A case study from Malawi, Southern
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Responses to Climate Change II. Chair: Charles Perrings March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Nate Currit Water Resource Vulnerability and Resilience in the Rio Conchos watershed
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems II. Chair: Ben Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Nathan Wangusi and Greg Kiker Complexity, Resilience and Sustainability for Adaptive Ecosystem Management in the Crocodile River Catchment
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Landuse Transformations I. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni Lounge, RM 232
Nayoung Jo Policy integration or Policy enforcement? A case study from South Korea's experiences of the New Community Movement
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Community Governance and Resilience. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Neil Adger, Irene Lorenzoni, Tara Quinn Social contracts underpinning action on disasters: lessons for resilience
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Making resilience useful for Disaster Risk Management: Multiple uses of the concept and its integration in policy March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Nghamula Nkuna Navigating complexity in a multi-level local governance: Developmentally oriented municipal planning in South Africa
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Navigating Institutional Complexities. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Nick Moss and Emily Boyd Building resilience through adaptive governance, social learning and networks in the Fiji Locally Managed Marine Areas Network (FLMMA)
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Networks, Multilevel Systems and Governance. Chair: Orjan Bodin March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Nicole Klenk Metaphors and Methods in Social-Ecological Praxis: some epistemological implications for research on resilience and transformation
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Exploring ‘resilience’ and ‘transformation’ in socio-ecological systems through the lens of the social sciences: a critical reflection and constructive dialogue March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Nigel Tapper, Jason Beringer, Andrew Coutts, Margaret Loughnan Water in the city - using interacting urban systems to cope with climate change
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Resilience in water, flood and drought risk management – controlling the untameable; reconciling urban planning and water March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Niki Frantzeskaki, Derk Loorbach, Elsvan Daalen, Jill Slinger Rethinking resilience for societal transitions
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Transitions in Urban Spaces: Lessons, Processes and a new type of Resilience March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Nilufar Matin and Richard Taylor Narratives of resilience and transition in the Sundarbans ecosystems in Bangladesh
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Turquiose, RM 220
Nino Antadze, Al Etmanski Social System Transformation and Sustainable Funding – The case of The Registered Disability Savings Plan, Canada
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Resilient capital: funding social innovation for transforming systems. Chair: Frances Westley March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Ola Tjornbo Open Source Democracy - Virtual Problem Solving and Deliberation
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Beyond the Social Media Hype - Information and Communication Technologies in the Anthropocene March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Ola Tjornbo Challenge Grants and Social Innovation: How the Big Green Challenge Stimulated Climate Change Creativity
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Resilient capital: funding social innovation for transforming systems. Chair: Frances Westley March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Ola Tjornbo and Michele-Lee Moore The Role of Power in Social-Ecological Governance Transformation
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Transforming Governance 1. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Olivia Sylvester Simplifying the 'complex':  Misunderstood resilience and pseudo transformations in forest and coastal social-ecological systems, India
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Creativity, Crisis and Conflict: what role does resilience play in policy? March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Olivier Barreteau, Frédéric Grelot, Xavier Litrico and Katrin Erdlenbruch Simulation of Resilience of an Insurance System to Flood Risk
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Thresholds and regime shifts: Quantitative Theory. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Coconino, RM 246
Olufunso A. Somorin, Denis Sonwa, Abdon Awono, Youssoufa Bele and Bruno Locatelli Forest-dwelling communities, local livelihoods and coping strategies to climate variability in the Congo Basin
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies III. Chair: Camille Washington-ottombre March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Oran Young and Falk Schmidt Governing Planetary Boundaries
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Theoretical Contributions II. Chair: Joshua Cinner March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Parvez Rana and Fahima Akhter Agroforestry practice as a sustainable landuse option in developing countries to cope with change in social-ecological systems
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies I. Chair: Duan Biggs March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, MU 85
Pat Longstaff Communication and Trust in Resilient Systems
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Challenges in Building Community Resilience: Policy and Implementation Challenges March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Patricia Gober, Ray Quay, John Keane, and Thomas Buschartze Panel Discussion: Resilience of the regional water system in the Southwestern US: what are we doing to ensure resilience and where are we vulnerable?
Sustainability Challenges and the Science-Policy Interface: Water March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Patrick Bourgeron, Hope Humphries, Mark Williams and Tim Seastedt Social-ecological systems in the Colorado Front Range: thresholds, stable states, and trade-offs across ecosystem services in response to climate and human-induced changes
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Patrick Bourgeron March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Patrick Holladay and Robert Powell An integrated approach to assessing social-ecological resilience and sustainability of community-based nature tourism development in the small island state of the Commonwealth of Dominica
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Resilience at the Local and Community level. Chair: Patrick Holladay March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Patrick Huntjens, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Roland Schulze, Nicole Kranz, Jeff Camkin and Louis Lebel Institutional design principles for climate change adaptation
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Climate Change and Global Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Graham, RM 226
Patrick d’Aquino, Alassane Bah Methodological steps of a multi level participatory modeling to support a policy decision process
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Participatory modeling: A way to promote collaborative learning in multilevel governance I March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Apache, RM 238
Paty Romero-Lankao Exploring Resilience to Health Risk in Three Latin American Cities
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Urban Resilience to Climate Change: Framing Resilience Processes in Practice March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Paul Ryan, Brian Walker From science to practice: applying resilience thinking to regional planning in south-eastern Australia
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Resilience Assessment: Practical applications of resilience thinking March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Paul Sinclair The Urban Mind: Cultural and Environmental Dynamics
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Regime Shifts in Human and Earth History: Case Studies: Panel II March 15
3:45 -5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Paulina Aldunce, Ruth Beilin, Mark Howden, John Handmer Disaster Resilience: How different stakeholders frame resilience and how useful is the concept for policy and practice
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Making resilience useful for Disaster Risk Management: Multiple uses of the concept and its integration in policy March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Pedro Fidelman, Julia Ekstrom, Dominique Thiriet and Yoland Bosiger Navigating Multilateral Governance in the Coral Triangle
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Marine Resource Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Per Olsson Transformations and regime shifts: Links, similarities and differences between these concepts
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Social-ecological regime shifts and transformation March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Per Olsson Navigating transformation, windows of opportunity, the role of key individuals
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Navigating transformations: Opportunities and challenges in marine social-ecological systems I March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Per Olsson Navigating the sustainability transformation
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Earth stewardship: An agenda to reorient the trajectory of human interactions with the biosphere March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Union Stage, RM 85
Per Olsson Transformations in social-ecological systems: the role of shadow networks
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How can a dynamic social network perspective contribute to improved understanding of transformations in SES? March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Alumni, RM 202
Peter Elias and Olatunji Babatola Spatial dynamics of social-ecological systems and policy implications in the mega-city of Lagos.
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Urban Transformations I. Chair: Steve Moddemeyer March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Petra Tschakert, Elias Asiamah, Alex Asiedu, Maureen Biermann, Robert Crane, Kathleen Dietrich, Chris Hoadley, Julius Kejo, Emma Liwenga, Awudu Modoc, Esther Prins, Jen Shaffer, Ken Tamminga and Nuhu Umar From Vulnerable Victims to Active Agents: Anticipatory Learning for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience
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The role of indigenous and traditional knowledge. Chair: Beatrice Crona March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Petra Tschakert, Kathleen Dietrich, Ken Tamminga, Esther Prins, Robert Crane, Chris Hoadley, Jen Shaffer, Maureen Biermann, Alex Asiedu, Elias Asiamah, Emma Liwenga, Umar Nuhu, Awudu Modoc and Julius Kejo Remembering change, anticipating change: Processes of activating, stretching, and creating knowledge for anticipatory learning, adaptation, and resilience under climate change
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Anticipatory Learning: Chair: Xavier Basurto March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Philip Loring, S. Craig Gerlach, Maribeth Murray Transitions in Arctic Fisheries: Challenges, Risks, and Opportunities
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Transitional States in Marine Social-Ecological Systems: challenges, risks, and opportunities. March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Mohave, RM 236
Prakash Kashwan Forests in Flux: The Socio-political Challenges to Mutli-scale Governance of Forest Commons
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Forests and Grazing Systems. Chair: Shauna BurnSilver March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Rachel P. Lorenzen Transformative capacity of Balinese irrigation societies (subak)
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Transforming Governance 1. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Rachna G Leveque Understanding the Relationship between Metropolitan Planning and Governance systems and Urban Resilience
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Urban Transformations II. Chair: Robert Mugerauer March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Union Stage, RM 85
Ram C Bastakoti, Muhammad Asif Kamran and Ganesh P Shivakoti External disturbances and robustness of irrigation systems: Diversity and commonalities in the Asian context
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Social-ecological interdependencies and the robustness of irrigation-based agroecosystems. March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Raul Lejano, Helen Ingram and : Mrill Ingram Social Networks and Innovation: Transforming the Commons
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Innovation. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Raul Lejano, Helen Ingram and Mrill Ingram Social Networks and Innovation: Transforming the Commons
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Network Approaches. Chair: M. Janssen March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Rebekah Brown, Richard Ashley Resilience in the Water Sensitive City: Sectoral Transformation and Governance
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Resilience in water, flood and drought risk management – controlling the untameable; reconciling urban planning and water March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Reinette Biggs Operationalizing the regime shift concept
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Social-ecological regime shifts and transformation March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Reinette Biggs, Maja Schlüter Vasilis Dakos, Shauna BurnSilver, Louisa Evens, Karen Kotschy, Anne Leitch, Lisen Schultz, Samantha Stone-Jovicich, Paul West A critical reflection on how and when diversity and learning enhance the resilience of ecosystem services
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Resilience propositions on trial – a critical reflection on how and when diversity and learning enhance the resilience of ecosystem services March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Richard Ashley, Richard Newman, Adrian Cashman, Berry Gersonius Resilience in water and flooding systems - how did we get to where we are today?
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Resilience in water, flood and drought risk management – controlling the untameable; reconciling urban planning and water March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Richard H. Moss, Elizabeth L. Malone, Nathan L. Engle and Ariane de Bremond Resilience indicators for development
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Determining Resilience. Chair: Nathan Engle March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Richard Stedman, Micha Ingalls Topophilia, Biophilia and Greening in the Red Zone
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Greening in the Red Zone: Disaster, Resilience, and Community Greening March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Richard Stoffle Resilience and Culture
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Mixed Ontologies and Epistemologies in Resilience. Addressing Some of the Criticisms About Resilience March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gila, RM 224
Richard Streeter and Andrew Dugmore Abrupt population decline, gradual climatic deterioration and landscape change in Iceland
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Natural Disasters and Disaster Management I. Chair: Richard Streeter (TBC) March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Richard Taylor weAdapt 3.0 - Digital Collaboration on Climate Adaptation
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Beyond the Social Media Hype - Information and Communication Technologies in the Anthropocene March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Rimjhim Aggarwal Robustness-vulnerability tradeoffs in the evolution of India's irrigated agroecosystems and the emerging responses
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Social-ecological interdependencies and the robustness of irrigation-based agroecosystems. March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Rishabh Ladha The Environmental Liability Tax
Economic Institutions and Governance. Chair: Allain Barnett March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Union Stage, RM 85
Rita Margarido The global food system and environmental change: The potential of a dynamic network theory perspective
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Theoretical Contributions III. Chair: Corrine Knapp (TBC) March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Rob Hopkins Localisation and resilience at the local level: the case study of Transition Town Totnes
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Resilience at the Local and Community level. Chair: Patrick Holladay March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Rob Mc Morran The importance of scalar re-alignment to developing resilient social-ecological systems: A Case Study of Multifunctional Forestry in the Scottish Highlands.
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Forests and Grazing Systems. Chair: Shauna BurnSilver March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Rob Roggema, Pavel Kabat, Andy van den Dobbelsteen and Rod Keenan Spatial resilience for climate change: the swarm and the plan
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Rob Roggema, Tim Vermeend, Pavel Kabat and Andy van den Dobbelsteen Spatial planning and climate adaptation in a turbulent timeframe: To B or not to B?
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Responses to Climate Change I. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gila, RM 224
Robert Buschbacher, Simone Athayde, Wendy-Lin Bartels, et al. Integrating Training, Research and Social Learning for the Collaborative Management of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems in the Brazilian Amazon
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Innovation. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Robert Harriss and : Zengwang Xu Evolution of Texas Cities, 1850-2000
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Urban Resilience and Development. Chair: Tricia Knoot March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Robert Mugerauer, Mary Roderick, Nancy Rottle, Meriwether Wilson Refocusing Ecological Urban Design: From Renewing Seattle's Waterfront to Resilience for Elliott Bay-Puget Sound
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Urban Transformations II. Chair: Robert Mugerauer March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Union Stage, RM 85
Robert Stojanov Why Bangladeshis move to India? Migration as coping and adaptation strategies to environmental change
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Responses to Climate Change II. Chair: Charles Perrings March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Robin Bronen Climate-Induced Social-Ecological Tipping Points, Adaptive Governance and the Human Rights of Migration
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Climate Change and Global Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Graham, RM 226
Roel Plant, Paul Ryan Ecosystem services as a practical concept for Natural Resource Management: some Lessons from Australia
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Do ecosystem services provide a common language to facilitate participation in water management? March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Roger McMillan and Brenda Parlee Hunting Values and Social-Ecological Resilience in Fort Good Hope, NWT, Canada.
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation I: Chair: Andrew Martin Miller March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Ron Brunner A policy science approach to adaptive governance of climate change
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Resilience Thinking and the Policy Sciences: Thoughts Towards Productive Engagement March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Ronald E. van den Hoek, Marcela Brugnach and Arjen Y. Hoekstra Towards resilience-based water management: understanding the role of uncertainty in policy evaluation
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Water Governance. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Ruben Zondervan Governing Geoengineering: Research Questions and Political Challenges
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Biophysical Challenges. Chair: Deborah Jarvie March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Rupert Seidl and Manfred J. Lexer Environmental and social uncertainties in adapting forest management to climate change
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change III. Darren Bardati (TBC) March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Ventana, RM 241A
Ruth Beilin, Nicole Reichelt and Allison Long Interpreting Diversity, Modularity and Redundancy for Social Resilience in Community based Resource Management Policy
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Governing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity II. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Ruth M Martinez-Peña and Elisabeth Huber-Sannwald Institutions and sustainability: Mexican environmental laws and the socio-ecological resilience development
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Theoretical Contributions - Case Studies I. Chair: M. Janssen March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Navajo, RM 240
Ruth Wallace Indigenous led responses to biosecurity management policy and practices in Northern Australia
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Community Governance and Resilience. Chair: Gary Kofinas March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Ryan Bullock and Maureen Reed ‘Remodelling’ Canada’s Model Forest Program: Implications for multi-level governance, resilience, and sustainability
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Multilevel Governance. Chair: Marco Janssen March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Ryan Plummer Social-Ecological Resilience and Environmental Education: Synopsis, Application, Implications
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Environmental Education, Learning, and Social-ecological System Resilience March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Gila, RM 224
Ryan Plummer Moving Beyond Descriptive Accounts: Resilience Surrogates, Evaluative Metrics, and Synthetic Approaches
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Exploring ‘resilience’ and ‘transformation’ in socio-ecological systems through the lens of the social sciences: a critical reflection and constructive dialogue March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
S Tait, E Westling, E Sharp, R Ashley Transitioning Water Systems to a Greater Resilience
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Resilience in water, flood and drought risk management – controlling the untameable; reconciling urban planning and water March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Sadahisa Kato, Noriko Minamoto and Mahito Kamada Adaptive Co-management of Forest Resources: A Case of Takamaru-yama Sennen-no Mori, Tokushima, Japan
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies II. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Samantha Stone-Jovicich Social-ecological resilience and social change: the potential contribution of social science theories
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Exploring ‘resilience’ and ‘transformation’ in socio-ecological systems through the lens of the social sciences: a critical reflection and constructive dialogue March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Samantha Stone-Jovicich and Mark Howden Learning for climate change adaptation and enhanced resilience: towards a conceptual framework and guide for Australian primary industries
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Climate Change Impacts. Chair: Samantha Stone-Jovicich March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Samuel Schramski Using focus groups to address coping, adaptation and resilience
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation II. Chair: Edmundo Barrios March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Sander van der Leeuw Complexity Perspectives in Innovation and Social Change
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Crossing the chasm – crisis, opportunity, and transformation March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Sandra Derissen, Martin F. Quaas and Stefan Baumgärtner The relationship between resilience and sustainability of ecological-economic systems
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Stefan Baumgärtner March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Pima, RM 230
Sandra Zellmer Wilderness and Wild Preserves: Still Relevant—and Resilient—After All These Years
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Stefan Baumgärtner March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Pima, RM 230
Sarah Mack and Jeffrey A. Carney Integrated Water Resource Management for Increased Resilience: Linking the Urban Environment to the Natural Ecosystem
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Urban Resilience. Chair: Sarah Mack March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Sarah Mack, Peter J. Fos, John W. Day, A. J. Englande, Robert S. Reimers and Maureen Lichteveld Adaptation Trade-Offs in New Orleans: Wetland Assimilation Feasibility Planning
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Determining Resilience. Chair: Nathan Engle March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Sarah Nicholls The Pileus Project: Development of Stakeholder-Driven Decision Support Tools to Assist in Adaptation to Climate Change in Michigan
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Methodologies for building adaptive capacity through shared learning among scientists, stakeholders and practitioners I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Sarah Park, Emily Mendham, Nadine Marshall, Emma Jakku, Anne-Maree Dowd and Mark Howden Developing a theory of transformation to support decision-making in primary industries in Australia
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Responses to Climate Change I. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Gila, RM 224
Saskia Werners, Koen Kramer, Sukaina Bharwani, Stefan Pfenninger Tipping points in climate change impacts and adaptation
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Detour ahead: Thresholds in climate change adaptation - examples from Europe. Chair: Saskia Werners and Stefan Pfenninger March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Sean Geobey, Tim Draimin Transforming Capital to Build Resilience and Fund Scalable Social Innovation
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Resilient capital: funding social innovation for transforming systems. Chair: Frances Westley March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Sebastian Ferse, Gesche Krause, Marion Glaser, Irendra Radjawali, Rio Deswandi, Leyla Knittweis Global markets, local livelihoods – the marine ornamental fishery in South Sulawesi/Indonesia at the interface of international and regional drivers
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Linking regional dynamics in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems to global sustainability I March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Sebastian Strunz Is conceptual vagueness an asset? The conceptual framework of the resilience approach from a philosophy-of-science perspective
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Theoretical Contributions II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Sebastian Strunz and Stefan Baumgärtner Management of ecosystem resilience as optimal self-protection: A simple, but often non-convex problem
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Modeling. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Gold, RM 207
Seth Bullock, Andrew Dainty, Richard Dawson, Pete Fussey, Jonathan Rigg, Brooke Rogers, Beverley Searle and Jon Timmis Resilient Futures: Operationalizing Resilience for UK Critical Infrastructure and its Stakeholders
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Transforming Governance II. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Shana Sundstrom and Craig Allen The Textural Discontinuity Hypothesis bridges the gap between endangered species management and ecological resilience
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Stefan Baumgärtner March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Pima, RM 230
Shauna BurnSilver, Gary Kofinas Sharing as a source of resilience to forces of change in mixed cash-subsistence economies of North Slope and Interior Alaska communities
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Characteristics of social networks as indicators of resilience in social-ecological systems March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Shyam Krishna Shrestha and Anita Shrestha Indigenous Knowledge of Majhi (River-belt Fisherman) Community to Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation (A case study from Kunauri, Ramechhap, Nepal)
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The role of indigenous and traditional knowledge. Chair: Beatrice Crona March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Simon Foale The intersection of scientific and indigenous ecological knowledge in informing resilient marine resource management
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Exploring ‘resilience’ and ‘transformation’ in socio-ecological systems through the lens of the social sciences: a critical reflection and constructive dialogue March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Simon Matti and Annica Sandström Policy learning across advocacy coalitions - A policy network approach to the prospects of learning in collaborative management systems
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance I. Chair: Marty Anderies March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Turquiose, RM 220
Simone Athayde Action-research and resilience of indigenous knowledge systems in the Brazilian Amazon
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Traditional Knowledge, Learning and Innovation II. Chair: Edmundo Barrios March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Ventana, RM 241A
Sirkku Juhola Rethinking development under climate change: an overview
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Re-imagining development under climate change: urgency, politics and transformations March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Sister Damien Marie Savino “Learning from the Fringe:” Scenario Planning for a Resilient Houston
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Anticipatory Learning: Chair: Xavier Basurto March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Pima, RM 230
Sonja Deppisch Pathways to Operationalization? – Urban resilience meandering between the role of a framework for analysis and a potential guiding principle
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Resilience: A Pipe Dream or a Viable Mechanism for Addressing Adaptation to Climate Change in Urban Regions March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
La Paz, RM 242
Sonja Dopp, Fransje Hooimeijer and Nienke Maas Urban Climate Framework: a system approach towards climate proof cities
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Urban Resilience. Chair: Sarah Mack March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Sophia Perdikaris and Thomas McGovern Beyond Outreach to Active Participation: Digital Tools for Engaging Communities in Global Change Research
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Communication I. Chair Xavier Basurto March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Apache, RM 238
Stacey Burke and Michael Quinn Exploring Resilience of Whitebark Pine Systems in the Crown of the Continent
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Terry Chapin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Stefan Baumgärtner and Sebastian Strunz The economic insurance value of ecosystem resilience
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Risk and Risk Management. Chair: Shauna BurnSilver March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Pima, RM 230
Stefan Gray, Maria Falaleeva, Cathal O'Mahony and Valerie Cummins Toward climate resilient coastal social-ecological systems governance in Ireland: A futures-based approach to ‘shooting the rapids’ to Adaptive Co-management
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Responses to Climate Change II. Chair: Charles Perrings March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Stefan Pfenninger, Anthony Patt, Jochen Hinkel, Saskia Werners Adaptation tipping points and decision support
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Detour ahead: Thresholds in climate change adaptation - examples from Europe. Chair: Saskia Werners and Stefan Pfenninger March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Navajo, RM 240
Stefania Munaretto and Judith E.M. Klostermann Assessing adaptive capacity of institutions to climate change. A comparative case study of the Dutch Wadden Sea and the Venice lagoon
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Climate Change and Global Governance. Chair: Oran Young March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Graham, RM 226
Stefania Munaretto and Judith E.M. Klostermann Assessing adaptive capacity of institutions to climate change. A comparative case study of the Dutch Wadden Sea and the Venice lagoon
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Theoretical Contributions - Case Studies I. Chair: M. Janssen March 12
11:00 - 12:30
Navajo, RM 240
Stefanie Freitag, Harry Biggs and Charles Breen Complex Adaptive Management in Practice: the experience of a learning organization
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Communication I. Chair Xavier Basurto March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Apache, RM 238
Stephan Barthel Practical work with resilience principles in urban development, Albano Resilient Campus
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Resilience: A Pipe Dream or a Viable Mechanism for Addressing Adaptation to Climate Change in Urban Regions March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
La Paz, RM 242
Stephan Barthel Innovative Memory for Resilient Cities and a Green Urbanism
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Innovation. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Stephan Barthel, John Parker, Carl Folke Urban Gardens – Pockets of Social-Ecological Memory and Resilience
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Greening in the Red Zone: Disaster, Resilience, and Community Greening March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Stephen Quilley When does responding to a changing world, change the world? System entrepreneurs and Transition Town movement
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Building Innovation Through Time: Testing the Resilience of Social Innovations. Chair: Frances Westley March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Stephen T. Jackson Ecosystem Dynamics of the Past: Cycling, Drift, Anagenesis, and Regime Shift
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Human and Earth History as a Complex System: Theoretical Challenges: Panel I March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Gold, RM 207
Steve Moddemeyer Cities of the Future: A Resilient Infrastructure Program of the International Water Association
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Urban Transformations I. Chair: Steve Moddemeyer March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Steve Read Contrasting social and ecological drivers for management change in Tasmanian forests
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Transforming Governance II. Chair: Per Olsson March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Steven Gray Integrating stakeholder knowledge into social-ecological system decision-making: Benefits and limitations to knowledge diversity
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Sustainability, Resilience, and Governance II. Chair: Xavier Basurto March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Steven Lade Early warning signals for critical transitions from abundance estimates
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Long-term Change and Indicators for Regime Shifts. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Steward T.A. Pickett On Urban Resilience and Transformations – lessons from urban research in North America
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Urban transitions – on urban resilience and human-dominated ecosystems March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Coconino, RM 246
Stuart Pearson TURF Wars - Teaching Undergraduates Resilience and Futures in Universities
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Graham, RM 226
Subrata Singh Negotiated Domains: Evolving Boundaries, Communities and Policy Spaces
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Michael Cox March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Graham RM 226
Susanne Moser Vulnerability, Criticality and Resilience in the Face of Climate Change: Insights for Disaster Risk Management from a Visit to the Conceptual Zoo
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Making resilience useful for Disaster Risk Management: Multiple uses of the concept and its integration in policy March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Susanne Moser Deep Adaptation: Opportunities for Intervention to Assist in Transformative Change
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A Research Agenda for Transformative Change March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
Syerker Sorlin Conceptualizing Environment: Expertise, Predictions and the Production of Environment, 1920-1960
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Regime Shifts in Human and Earth History: Case Studies: Panel II March 15
3:45 -5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Takashi Kume, Chieko Umetsu and K. Palanisami How can resilience be understood and quantified? -A case study of the 2004 tsunami disaster in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu, India-
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Natural Disasters and Disaster Management II. Chair: Emily Boyd March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Cochise, RM 228
Takeshi Sakurai, Hiromitsu Kanno and Taro Yamauchi How vulnerable and resilient are farmers against unexpectedly extreme weather?: Evidence from the case of heavy rain in drought-prone semi-arid area of Zambia
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Vulnerability of Social-Ecological Systems II. Chair: Ben Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Tally Palmer, Stefanie Freitag-Ronaldson, and the Southern African Team Special Activity: Playgrounds provide a challenging context to co-learn while doing. They are associated with adventures, surprises and fun. SO - come and play. You will speed date, and by sharing your key practical learning you will decide who you want to meet again and why. By playing a people-based treasure hunting game we will start to capture what we know about breaching barriers to implementation barriers
The resilience playground: breaching implementation barriers March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Gila, RM 224
Tamara Sysak and Ruth Beilin Spatial and temporal aspects of drought and related policy: the effects on North Victorian farmers
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Biophysical Challenges. Chair: Deborah Jarvie March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
La Paz, RM 242
Taro Yamauchi, Sayuri Kon, Harutaka Kubo, Thamana Lekprichakul, Takeshi Sakurai and Chieko Umetsu Longitudinal Monitoring Survey on the Growth and Nutritional Status of Adults and Children Living in Contrasting Ecological Zones in Zambia
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Food systems and food security II. Chair: Hallie Eakin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Ted Lefroy Probability estimation of thresholds and regime shifts using data mining and Bayesian decision networks
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Anticipating surprise: Research frontiers in the quest for early-warning indicators of regime shifts March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Terrence Iverson and Charles Perrings The Precautionary Principle and Global Environmental Change
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Responses to Climate Change II. Chair: Charles Perrings March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Terry Hughes Opportunities and challenges for transformation in marine social-ecological systems
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Navigating Transformations: Opportunities and challenges for transformation in marine social-ecological systems II March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Terry L. Hunt Explaining the Sustainability of Ancient Easter Island
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Types of Social Ecological Systems and the Role of Place Based Resilience March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Cochise, RM 228
Thamana Lekprichakul, Chieko Umetsu and Tom Evans Spatial Heterogeneity and Temporal Dynamics of Social-Ecological Resilience to Food Insecurity: A Case of Zambia
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Food systems and food security I. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
11:00 - 12:30
La Paz, RM 242
Thomas K. Park, Urban Sociology in Poor Cities of Africa and the Middle East: a new methodology inspired
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Types of Social Ecological Systems and the Role of Place Based Resilience March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Cochise, RM 228
Thomas Sauer Cities as Laboratories of Resilience: Social-ecological preconditions for urban transition to strong sustainability
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Characterizing Regime Shifts: Urban Case Studies and Data. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
Thomas Tanner, Katharine Haynes, Frances Seballos Innovative child-centred approaches for building community resilience
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Children’s Resilience to Environmental Change: Exploring the opportunities and limits of a child centred approach to adaptation March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Mohave, RM 236
Timothy Baird Adaptive Responses to Wildlife Conservation Affect Traditional Patterns of Social Exchange
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies II. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Timothy Lynam, Cécile Cécile Barnaud and Patrick D'Aquino Towards theory for the design of social settings in action research
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Stefan Baumgärtner March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Pima, RM 230
Tina Stecher and Klaus Fichter How to advance resilience of business organizations
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Resilience in Organizations. Chair: J. Marty Anderies March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Tischa Munoz-Erickson Mapping Knowledge Networks for Urban Sustainable Governance: The Case of San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Knowledge and Action. Chair: Tischa Munoz-Erickson (TBC) March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
Todd Brinkman, Terry Chapin, Winslow Hansen, Shauna BurnSilver, Gary Kofinas, Scott Rupp Linking Global Change to Community Availability of Wild Resources at the Landscape Scale: a Local-Knowledge Model
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Adaptive Capacity of Social Systems:  Exploring the Differences between Community, Landscape, and Legal/Institutional Frames March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Tom Evans, Thamana Lekprichakul, Chieko Umetsu and Kelly Caylor An agent-based model of land use and smallholder resilience to climate variability in rural Zambia
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Modeling Social-Ecological Systems. Chair: M. Janssen March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni, RM 202
Tom Wilbanks, Neil Adger, Bill Travis, and Ben Preston Panel discussion: Applying resilience knowledge to resilience action
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Achieving Significant Resilience: Transformational Adaptation and Extreme Climate Change March 13
11:00a - 12:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Tony Wang Delivering urban water resilience through infrastructure planning
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Transitions in Urban Spaces: Lessons, Processes and a new type of Resilience March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Travis Paveglio, Matthew Carroll Local Adaptive Capacity: Lessons from Research on Wildfire
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Adaptive Capacity of Social Systems:  Exploring the Differences between Community, Landscape, and Legal/Institutional Frames March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
La Paz, RM 242
Tricia Knoot, John Tyndall, Jesse Randall and Julie Blanchong The adaptive capacity of urban communities to address threats to their green infrastructure: a case study of the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer
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Urban Resilience and Development. Chair: Tricia Knoot March 13
3:45p - 5:15p
Pima, RM 230
Ulrike Gelbmann and Anton Peskoller Facilitating Participation in a Postmodern Society – A Panarchy Model of Sustainability Groups
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Theoretical Contributions II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Unai Pascual, Adam Drucker, Ulf Narloch The role of PES for agrobiodivesity conservation: Lessons from the Andes
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Sustainable weighting of ecology-economics tradeoff (SWEET): Agrobiodiversity, sustainability and sustainagility across land use intensification gradients in a global comparative study March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Mohave, RM 236
Uno Svedin Linking Backward and Forward Looks: how the reflection on the past may serve future actions
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Human and Earth History as a Complex System: Theoretical Challenges: Panel I March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Gold, RM 207
Valeria Vinha, Alpina Beqossi, Peter May Resilience and adaptability in fishing communities in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Resilience at the Local and Community level. Chair: Patrick Holladay March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Gila, RM 224
Vanja Karadzic, Paula Antunes and John Grin Conceptual framework for working with resilient organizations: Preliminary analysis of fishermen’s organization, ArtesanalPesca, Portugal
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Resilience of Individuals and Communities in Transition. Chair: Helen Allison March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Vasilis Dakos The limit to prediction: what do early-warning signals not tell us?
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Anticipating surprise: Research frontiers in the quest for early-warning indicators of regime shifts March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Vasilis Dakos, Reinette Biggs Panel Introduction
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Anticipating surprise: Research frontiers in the quest for early-warning indicators of regime shifts March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Vera Helene Hausner, Oran Young, Klokov Konstantin, Richard C. Stedman and Fauchald Per Determinants of sustainability in socio-ecological systems: a natural experiment
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Determining Resilience. Chair: Nathan Engle March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
AZ Ballroom, RM 221
Veronika Chobotova and Tatiana Kluvankova Robustness, vulnerability and adaptive capacity of long surviving traditional forestry institutions in central Europe.
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Theoretical Contributions - Case Studies II. Chair: Michael Schoon March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Cochise, RM 228
Victor Galaz Can webcrawlers revolutionize ecological monitoring?
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Anticipating surprise: Research frontiers in the quest for early-warning indicators of regime shifts March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Alumni, RM 202
Victor Galaz Polycentric Capacity in Earth System Governance and Resilience
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Adaptiveness in Earth System Governance March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Vijai Joseph, Stuart Pearson and Alec Thornton Livelihood Capitals and Occupational Systems Transitions - A case study of coastal occupational groups in Central Java province of Indonesia
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Local and traditional governance and management strategies II. Chair: Peggy Nelson March 13
2:00p - 3:30p
Navajo, RM 240
Vijay Ramprasad, Maria Lemos and Chris Poulsen Opportunities and challenges for the incorporation of climate change information for resilient water systems in Bolivia, South America
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change IV. Chair: Marco Janssen March 15
2:00p - 3:30p
Turquoise, RM 220
Wayde Morse and Linda Kruger Using social-ecological conceptual maps to enhance adaptive capacity and build resilience
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Theoretical Contributions I. Chair: Michael Cox March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Graham RM 226
Wijnand Boonstra Resilience from a sociological perspective
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Theoretical Contributions. Chair: Lance Gunderson March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Graham, RM 226
Wilhemina Quaye Building Resilience to climate change effects-Change in Agricultural practices in Dangbe East District of Ghana
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Adaptation and resilience in the face of Climate Change I March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Ventana, RM 241A
William Butler Springing Fire Management's Rigidity Trap: Inspiring Ecological Restoration through the US Fire Learning Network
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Resilience Through Multi-scalar Collaboration March 14
11:00a - 12:30p
Cochise, RM 228
William Clark Panel Discussant: Response from a scholar’s perspective
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Methodologies for building adaptive capacity through shared learning among scientists, stakeholders and practitioners II March 12
3:45p - 5:15p
Turquoise, RM 220
William Grace Healthy and Resilient Socio-ecological Systems: Towards a Common Approach to Planning and Management for Sustainability
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Theoretical Contributions II. Chair: Joshua Cinner March 14
4:00p - 5:30p
Union Stage, RM 85
William Harris, Gary Dirks, Bud Annan, Clark Miller Panel Discussion
Sustainability Challenges and the Science-Policy Interface: Energy March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Turquoise, RM 220
Winslow Hansen, Todd Brinkman and F. Stuart Chapin III Prey switching as an adaptive strategy to management restrictions on subsistence wildlife harvest in rural Alaska
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Ecology, Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity I. Chair: Terry Chapin March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Gold, RM 207
Xavier Basurto The Seri Pen Shell Fishery in Mexico as an Example of The Retro-fit Approach to Resilience Assessment
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Resilience Assessment: Practical applications of resilience thinking March 15
3:45 -5:15p
Gold, RM 207
Zareen Bharucha Long term outcomes of watershed development as an exemplar of the Pathology of Natural Resource Management
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Landuse Transformations I. Chair: Rimjhim Aggarwal March 15
11:00a - 12:30p
Alumni Lounge, RM 232
Åsa Swartling, Karin Andre The role of scientific knowledge in stakeholder deliberations on local climate change adaptation. A case study of the Swedish forestry sector
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Knowledge, communication, and learning in adaptation across institutional levels and within peer groups: current knowledge and future research March 14
2:15p - 3:45p
Coconino, RM 246
Örjan Bodin, Beatrice Crona Linking social and ecological networks: Uncovering scale (mis)matches in a small scale coastal fishing community in Kenya
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Integrated social-ecological networks – a cross-disciplinary conceptual and analytical framework for studying social-ecological systems March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230
Örjan Bodin, Maria Tengö Archetypical micro-configurations of social-ecological systems: a bottom-up network approach in studying complex social-ecological systems
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Integrated social-ecological networks – a cross-disciplinary conceptual and analytical framework for studying social-ecological systems March 12
2:00p - 3:30p
Pima, RM 230