The journal Ecology and Society publishes a lot of work related to resilience and social-ecological systems. As part of a project I am working on, I did a quick network analysis of co-authorship structure among papers in E&S, and based on this preliminary analysis, the papers below are the most typical of Ecological and Society based on authorship*.
- Resilience Management in Social-ecological Systems: a Working Hypothesis for a Participatory Approach Vol 6 Issue: 1:14
- A Handful of Heuristics and Some Propositions for Understanding Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems Vol 11 Issue: 1:13
- Resilience Thinking: Integrating Resilience, Adaptability and Transformability Vol 15 Issue: 4:20
- Shooting the Rapids: Navigating Transitions to Adaptive Governance of Social-Ecological Systems Vol 11 Issue: 1:18
- Water RATs (Resilience, Adaptability, and Transformability) in Lake and Wetland Social-Ecological Systems Vol 11 Issue: 1:16
- Drivers, “Slow” Variables, “Fast” Variables, Shocks, and Resilience Vol 17 Issue: 3:30
- Planetary Boundaries: Exploring the Safe Operating Space for Humanity Vol 14 Issue: 2:32
- Resilience, Adaptability and Transformability in Socialecological Systems Vol 9 Issue: 2:5
- Resilience and Vulnerability: Complementary or Conflicting Concepts? Vol 15 Issue: 3:11
- Resilience: Accounting for the Noncomputable Vol 14 Issue: 1:13
- Exploring Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems Through Comparative Studies and Theory Development: Introduction to the Special Issue Vol 11 Issue: 1:12
- Assessing Future Ecosystem Services: a Case Study of the Northern Highlands Lake District, Wisconsin Vol 7 Issue: 3:1
- Resilience, Adaptability, and Transformability in the Goulburn-Broken Catchment, Australia Vol 14 Issue: 1:12
- Fifteen Weddings and a Funeral: Case Studies and Resilience-based Management Vol 11 Issue: 1:21
- Scenarios for Ecosystem Services: An Overview Vol 11 Issue: 1:29
- Editorial: Special Feature on Scenarios for Ecosystem Services Vol 11 Issue: 2:32
- Resilience and Regime Shifts: Assessing Cascading Effects Vol 11 Issue: 1:20
- Governance and the Capacity to Manage Resilience in Regional Social-Ecological Systems Vol 11 Issue: 1:19
- Toward a Network Perspective of the Study of Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems Vol 11 Issue: 1:15
- Transforming Innovation for Sustainability Vol 17 Issue: 2:11
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the majority of these papers are authored by people from the Resilience Alliance and frequently address resilience and social-ecological networks. However, papers on scenarios, networks, and innovation are also present.
* This is based on a applying eigenvector centrality to the network of papers defined by co-authorship relationships, not content. So, these papers are those that most link together networks of authors.