LINKED LIVELIHOODS, LAND-USE, AND IDENTITIES ON TRANSITIONING LANDSCAPES IN NORTHEASTERN COLORADO: A SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL STUDY
Rangeland social-ecological systems in Northeastern (NE) Colorado are undergoing linked land-use, livelihood, and identity transitions. Land change is a spatially and temporally complex process in which land-use decisions cascade through interconnected social and ecological spheres, affecting both humans and the environment. While a wealth of empirical research on land cover changes exists, multiscale, multilevel research on the causes and consequences of linked social-ecological change remains limited. To avoid oversimplification and craft system-appropriate policies in rangeland systems, we ...
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