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EMERGENT LANDSCAPES, DISTURBANCE ECOLOGY, AND NEW APPROACHES IN ECOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
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Reviewed By: Anthropology and Environment Society
Saturday, November 19, 2016: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
Organizers:  John Stephen Lansing (Nanyang Technological University) and Sean Downey (University of Maryland, College Park)
Chairs:  Sean Downey (University of Maryland, College Park)
4:00 PM
Institutional Change, Innovations, and an Emergent Culture-Based Fishery Landscape
Mark Moritz (Ohio State University), Ian M Hamilton (Ohio State University), Sarah Laborde (Ohio State University), Abouka Mahamat (ACEEN), Sui Phang (Ohio State University) and Roland Ziebe (University of Maroua)
4:15 PM
Decelerating Deforestation: Social Processes and Policies Explaining Mangrove Landscape Mosaics in Coastal Ecuador
Christine Marie Beitl (University of Maine) and Parinaz Rahimzadeh (University of Maine)
4:30 PM
Adaptive Self-Organization of  Bali’s Rice Terraces
John Stephen Lansing (Nanyang Technological University)
4:45 PM
Disturbing Diversity: The Metabolic Ecology of Subsistence Foraging and Landscape Disturbance
William R Burnside (University of Maryland, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center)
5:00 PM
Modeling Country: How Individual Decisions of Aboriginal Foragers Produce Complex Emergent Phenomena
Brian F Codding (University of Utah), Rebecca Bliege Bird (Pennsylvania State University), Kate E Magargal (University of Utah) and Douglas W Bird (Pennsylvania State University)
5:15 PM
Society, Human Decision-Making and Modeling
Kathleen Galvin (Colorado State University)