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Toward principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services
R Biggs, M Schlüter, D Biggs, EL Bohensky, S BurnSilver, G Cundill, ...
Annual review of environment and resources 37, 421-448, 2012
13952012
The importance of social drivers in the resilient provision of ecosystem services
MD Robards, ML Schoon, CL Meek, NL Engle
Global Environmental Change 21 (2), 522-529, 2011
2072011
Resilience scientists as change-makers—Growing the middle ground between science and advocacy?
M Milkoreit, ML Moore, M Schoon, CL Meek
Environmental science & policy 53, 87-95, 2015
642015
Forms of collaboration and social fit in wildlife management: A comparison of policy networks in Alaska
CL Meek
Global Environmental Change 23 (1), 217-228, 2013
612013
Governing the invisible commons: Ozone regulation and the Montreal Protocol
G Epstein, I Pérez, M Schoon, CL Meek
International Journal of the Commons 8 (2), 337-360, 2014
552014
Principle 6–broaden participation
AM Leitch, G Cundill, L Schultz, CL Meek
Principles for building resilience: sustaining ecosystem services in social …, 2015
452015
Adaptive governance and the human dimensions of marine mammal management: Implications for policy in a changing North
CL Meek, AL Lovecraft, R Varjopuro, M Dowsley, AT Dale
Marine Policy 35 (4), 466-476, 2011
452011
Principle 7–Promote polycentric governance systems
ML Schoon, MD Robards, CL Meek, V Galaz
Principles for building resilience: Sustaining ecosystem services in social …, 2015
442015
Novel problems require novel solutions: Innovation as an outcome of adaptive co-management
GP Kofinas, SJ Herman, C Meek
Adaptive co-management: Collaboration, learning and multi-level governance …, 2007
402007
Politics and the resilience of ecosystem services
ML Schoon, MD Robards, K Brown, N Engle, CL Meek, R Biggs
Principles for building resilience: sustaining ecosystem services in social …, 2015
362015
Connecting scientific observations to stakeholder needs in sea ice social–environmental systems: the institutional geography of northern Alaska
AL Lovecraft, C Meek, H Eicken
Polar Geography 36 (1-2), 105-125, 2013
352013
Limitations of an optimum sustainable population or potential biological removal approach for conserving marine mammals: Pacific walrus case study
MD Robards, JJ Burns, CL Meek, A Watson
Journal of Environmental Management 91 (1), 57-66, 2009
352009
Linking classroom learning and research to advance ideas about social-ecological resilience
NC Ban, E Boyd, M Cox, CL Meek, M Schoon, S Villamayor-Tomas
Ecology and Society 20 (3), 2015
342015
Understanding the context of multifaceted collaborations for social-ecological sustainability: a methodology for cross-case analysis
J Cockburn, M Schoon, G Cundill, C Robinson, JA Aburto, SM Alexander, ...
Ecology and Society 25, 2020
332020
Building resilience through interlocal relations: Case studies of polar bear and walrus management in the Bering Strait
CL Meek, AL Lovecraft, MD Robards, GP Kofinas
Marine Policy 32 (6), 1080-1089, 2008
262008
Putting the US polar bear debate into context: the disconnect between old policy and new problems
CL Meek
Marine policy 35 (4), 430-439, 2011
212011
From concepts to comparisons: A resource for diagnosis and measurement in social-ecological systems
M Cox, S Villamayor-Tomas, NC Ban, G Epstein, L Evans, F Fleischman, ...
Environmental science & policy 107, 211-216, 2020
142020
The human dimensions of marine mammal management in a time of rapid change: comparing policies in Canada, Finland and the United States
AL Lovecraft, CL Meek
Marine Policy 35 (4), 427-429, 2011
142011
Comparing marine mammal co-management regimes in Alaska: Three aspects of institutional performance
CL Meek
University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2009
132009
Polar bears and CITES: A rejoinder to Parsons and Cornick
DA Clark, C Meek, J Cheechoo, S Clark, AL Foote, D Lee, G York
Marine Policy 38, 365-368, 2013
122013
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