G411/G511 Sustainable Development Systems
Dr. Tom P. Evans (email@example.com)
Department of Geography
Meeting time: Wednesday 4:00-6:30pm
Schedule and Topics
Concepts, Theories and Tools
Alternative concepts - System resilience and robustness
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4) Carpenter, S. R., F. Westley, and M. Turner. 2005. Surrogates for resilience of social–ecological systems. Ecosystems 8:941–944.
5) Carpenter S.R., Walker B., Anderies J.M., Abel N. 2001. From metaphor to measurement: resilience of what to what? Ecosystems. 4:765–781.
6) Burby, R. J. (2006, March). Hurricane Katrina and the paradoxes of government disaster policy. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 604, 171-191