Resilience and the cultural landscape : understanding and managing change in human-shaped environments [E-Book] / edited by Tobias Plieninger, Claudia Bieling.
Plieninger, Tobias, (editor)
Bieling, Claudia, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
1 online resource (xvi, 348 pages)
englisch
9781139107778
9781107607514
9781107020788
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Table of Contents:
  • Connecting cultural landscapes to resilience / Tobias Plieninger and Claudia Bieling
  • Landscapes as integrating frameworks for human, environmental and policy processes / Paul Selman
  • From cultural landscapes to resilient social-ecological systems: transformation of a classical paradigm or a novel approach? / Thomas Kirchoff, Fridolin Brand and Deborah Hoheisel
  • Conceptualising the human in cultural landscapes and resilience thinking / Lesley Head
  • System or arena? Conceptual concerns around the analysis of landscape dynamics / Marie Stenseke, Regina Lindborg, Annika Dhalberg and Elin Slätmo
  • Resilience thinking versus political ecology: understanding the dynamics of small-scale, labour-intensive farming landscapes / Mats Widgren
  • In search of resilient behaviour: using the driving forces framework to study cultural landscapes / Matthias Bürgi, Felix Kienast and Anna M. Hersperger
  • Cultural landscapes as complex adaptive systems: the cases of northern Spain and northern Argentina / Alejandro J. Rescia, María E. Pérez-Corona, Paula Arribas-Ureña and John W. Dover
  • Linking path dependency and resilience for the analysis of landscape development / Andreas Röhring and Ludger Gailing
  • The sugar-cane landscape of the Caribbean islands: resilience, adaptation and transformation of the plantation social-ecological system / William Found and Marta Berbés-Blázquez
  • Offshore wind farming on Germany's North Sea coast: tracing regime shifts across scales / Kira Gee and Benjamin Burkhard.
  • Collective efforts to manage cultural landscapes for resilience / Katrin Prager
  • Response strategy assessment: a tool for evaluating resilience for the management of social-ecological systems / Magnus Tuvendal and Thomas Elmqvist
  • Ecosystem services and social-ecological resilience in transhumance cultural landscapes: learning from the past, looking for a future / Elisa Oteros-Rozas, José A. González, Berta Martín-López, César A. López and Carlos Montes
  • The role of homegardens in strengthening social-ecological resilience: case studies from Cuba and Austria / Christine Van der Stege, Brigitte Vogl-Lukasser and Christian R. Vogl
  • Promises and pitfalls of adaptive management in resilience thinking: the lens of political ecology / Betsy A. Beymer-Farris, Thomas J. Bassett and Ian Bryceson
  • A heterarchy of knowledge: tools for the study of landscape histories and futures / Carole L. Crumley
  • Towards a deeper understanding of the social in resilience: the contributions of cultural landscapes / Ann P. Kinzig
  • Resilience and cultural landscapes: opportunities, relevance and ways ahead / Claudia Bieling and Tobias Plieninger.