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Crawford (Buzz) S. Holling, Ph.D

Zoology University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Theoretical Ecology
"Crawford OR Buzz" "Holling"


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Peter A. Abrams grad student UBC (Marine Ecology Tree)
Craig R. Allen grad student University of Florida (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Laurence M. Dill grad student UBC
Derek A. Roff grad student UBC
William C. Clark grad student 1975-1979 UBC (PoliSci Tree)
Lance H Gunderson grad student 1988-1992 University of Florida
Garry D Peterson grad student 1992-1999 Stockholm University
Eric L. Charnov post-doc 1973
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Allen CR, Angeler DG, Moulton MP, et al. (2015) The importance of scaling for detecting community patterns: Success and failure in assemblages of introduced species Diversity. 7: 229-241
Green OO, Garmestani AS, Allen CR, et al. (2015) Barriers and bridges to the integration of social-ecological resilience and law Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13: 332-337
Holling CS, Sundstrom SM. (2015) Adaptive management, a personal history Adaptive Management of Social-Ecological Systems. 11-25
Allen CR, Angeler DG, Garmestani AS, et al. (2014) Panarchy: Theory and Application Ecosystems. 17: 578-589
Walker BH, Holling CS. (2013) Probing the boundaries of resilience science in practice Beyond Reductionism: a Passion For Interdisciplinarity. 249-283
Cumming GS, Olsson P, Chapin FS, et al. (2013) Resilience, experimentation, and scale mismatches in social-ecological landscapes Landscape Ecology. 28: 1139-1150
Holling CS. (2013) Resilience and stability of ecological systems The Future of Nature: Documents of Global Change. 245-256
Holling CS. (2012) Response to "Panarchy and the law" Ecology and Society. 17
Allen CR, Holling CS. (2010) Novelty, adaptive capacity, and resilience Ecology and Society. 15
Moore SA, Wallington TJ, Hobbs RJ, et al. (2009) Diversity in current ecological thinking: implications for environmental management. Environmental Management. 43: 17-27
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