- Title Pages
Part 1Modeling Ecological Complexity
1Problems of Boundedness in Modeling Ecological Systems
2Open Sites in Model Building
Part IIInterpreting Ecological Modelers in Their Complex Social Context
3Metaphors and Allegory in the Origins of Systems Ecology
4Reconstructing Heterogeneous Webs in Socio-Environmental Research
Part IIIEngaging Reflexively within Ecological, Scientific, and Social Complexity
5Reflecting on Researchers' Diverse Resources
6Reasoned Understandings and Social Change in Research on Common Resources: Introducing a Framework to Keep Tensions Active, Productive, and Ever-present
- Epilogue: Three Stories
- Summary of Themes and Questions Opened Up
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