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Earth Syst. Dynam., 8, 255-264, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/esd-8-255-2017
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Research article
11 Apr 2017
Sustainable use of renewable resources in a stylized social–ecological network model under heterogeneous resource distribution
Wolfram Barfuss et al.
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Short summary
Human societies depend on the resources ecosystems provide. We study this coevolutionary relationship by utilizing a stylized model of resource users on a social network. This model demonstrates that social–cultural processes can have a profound influence on the environmental state, such as determining whether the resources collapse from overuse or not. This suggests that social–cultural processes should receive more attention in the modeling of sustainability transitions and the Earth system.
Human societies depend on the resources ecosystems provide. We study this coevolutionary...
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