|aAdaptive co-management :|bcollaboration, learning, and multi-level governance /|cedited by Derek Armitage, Fikret Berkes, and Nancy Doubleday.
|aVancouver :|bUBC Press,|cc2007.
|axiii, 344 p. :|bill., maps ;|c24 cm.
|aSustainability and the environment
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tIntroduction :|tmoving beyond co-management /|rDerek Armitage, Fikret Berkes, and Nancy Doubleday --|tAdaptive co-management and complexity :|texploring the many faces of co-management /|rFikret Berkes --|tConnecting adaptive co-management, social learning, and social capital through theory and practice /|rRyan Plummer and John FitzGibbon --|tBuilding resilient livelihoods through adaptive co-management :|tthe role of adaptive capacity /|rDerek Armitage --|tAdaptive co-management for resilient resource systems :|tsome ingredients and the implications of their absence /|rAnthony Charles --|tChallenges facing coastal resource co-management in the Caribbean /|rPatrick McConney, Robin Mahon, and Robert Pomeroy --|tAdaptive fisheries co-management in the western Canadian Arctic /|rBurton G. Ayles, Robert Bell, and Andrea Hoyt --|tIntegrating holism and segmentalism :|tovercoming barriers to adaptive co-management between management agencies and multi-sector bodies /|rEvelyn Pinkerton --|tConditions for successful fisheries and coastal resources co-management :|tlessons learned in Asia, Africa, and the wider Caribbean /|rRobert Pomeroy --|tCommunities of interdependence for adaptive co-management /|rJohn Kearney and Fikret Berkes --|tAdaptive co-management and the gospel of resilience /|rPaul Nadasdy --|tCulturing adaptive co-management :|tfinding "keys" to resilience in asymmetries of power /|rNancy Doubleday --|tNovel problems require novel solutions :|tinnovation as an outcome of adaptive co-management /|rGary P. Kofinas, Susan J. Herman, and Chanda Meek --|tThe role of vision in framing adaptive co-management processes :|tlessons from Kristianstads Vattenrike, Southern Sweden /|rPer Olsson --|tUsing scenario planning to enable an adaptive co-management process in the northern Highlands Lake District of Wisconsin /|rGarry Peterson --|tSynthesis :|tadapting, innovating, evolving /|rFikret Berkes, Derek Armitage, and Nancy Doubleday.