Recent research into the use of historical data sets by RA member Elena Bennett and colleagues is helping advance our understanding of how ecosystem services interact and change over time.
The complete collection of papers in the Journal of Applied Ecology special feature on Quantifying Resilience is now published in the June 2016 issue.
The fourth triennial conference on resilience will take place in Stockholm 21-23 August 2017.
In the Journal of Environmental Management, Brian Chaffin & Lance Gunderson extend the theoretical foundation of adaptive governance with nested adaptive cycles and a focus on cross-scale interactions.
The seeds of SESMAD were sown at a meeting of RAYS (Resilience Alliance Young Scholars) several years ago and have developed into a web-based database of SES theories & now a paper in Global Environmental Change.
An archived webinar presented by RAYS alumni (Schoon, Hodbod, Baggio) and hosted by Arizona State University describes the development of resilience thinking in social-ecological systems.