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Andersson, E., S. Barthel, and K. Arhné. 2007. Measuring socialecological dynamics behind the generation of ecosystem services. Ecological Applications 17:1267-1278.
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Colding, J., and C. Folke. 2009. The role of golf courses in biodiversity conservation and ecosystem management. Ecosystems 12:191-206.
Colding, J., T. Elmqvist, and P. Olsson, P. 2003. Living with disturbance: building resilience in social-ecological systems. In: Navigating Social-Ecological Systems: Building Resilience for Complexity and Change. F. Berkes, J. Colding, and C. Folke, editors. Cambridge
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Crona, B. I. 2006. Supporting and enhancing development of heterogeneous ecological knowledge among resource users in a Kenyan seascape. Ecology and Society 11(1):32. www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art32/.
Crona, B., and Ö. Bodin 2006. What you know is who you know? communication patterns among resource users as a prerequisite for co-management. Ecology and Society 11(2):7. www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art7/.
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Daw, T.M., J. Robinson, N.A.J. Graham. 2011. Perceptions of trends in Seychelles artisanal trap fisheries: comparing catch monitoring, underwater visual census and fishers´ knowledge. Environmental Conservation 38:75-88.
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Hahn T., P. Olsson, C. Folke, and K. Johansson. 2006. Trust-building, knowledge generation and organizational innovations: the role of a bridging organization for adaptive co-management of a wetland landscape around Kristianstad, Sweden. Human Ecology 34:573—592.
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Hughes T.P., L. Gunderson, C. Folke, A. Baird, D. Bellwood, F. Berkes, B. Crona, A. Helfgott, H. Leslie, J. Norberg, M. Nystrom, P. Olsson, H. Österblom, M. Scheffer, H. Schuttenberg, R.S. Steneck, M. Tengö, M. Troell, B. Walker, J. Wilson, and B. Worm. 2007. Adaptive
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Lansing, J.S., and K.M. Fox. 2011. Niche construction on Bali: the gods of the countryside. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366:927-934.
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von Heland, J. 2011. Rowing social-ecological systems: morals, culture and resilience. PhD-thesis in Natural Resource Management, Department of Systems Ecology and Stockholm Resilience Centre, October 2011.
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