Assessing impacts of social-ecological diversity on resilience in a wetland coupled human and natural system: Data release

Nathan Van Schmidt, José Oviedo, Tracy Hruska, Lynn Huntsinger, Tony Kovach, A. Marm Kilpatrick, Norman Miller & Steven Beissinger
Theory posits that resilience of ecosystems increases when there is a diversity of agents (e.g., species) and linkages between them. If ecosystems are conceptualized as components of “coupled human and natural systems”, then a corollary would be that novel types of human-induced diversity may also foster resilience. We explored this hypothesis by studying how socially created diversity mediated the impact of a historically severe drought on a network of wetlands in the foothills of the...
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