|Toward principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services|
R Biggs, M Schlüter, D Biggs, EL Bohensky, S BurnSilver, G Cundill, ...
Annual review of environment and resources 37, 421-448, 2012
|Evolution of models to support community and policy action with science: Balancing pastoral livelihoods and wildlife conservation in savannas of East Africa|
RS Reid, D Nkedianye, MY Said, D Kaelo, M Neselle, O Makui, L Onetu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), 4579-4584, 2016
|Coping strategies in livestock-dependent households in East and Southern Africa: a synthesis of four case studies|
PK Thornton, RB Boone, KA Galvin, SB BurnSilver, MM Waithaka, ...
Human Ecology 35 (4), 461-476, 2007
|Quantifying declines in livestock due to land subdivision|
RB Boone, SB BurnSilver, PK Thornton, JS Worden, KA Galvin
Rangeland Ecology & Management 58 (5), 523-532, 2005
|Modelling the impacts of group ranch subdivision on agro-pastoral households in Kajiado, Kenya|
PK Thornton, SB BurnSilver, RB Boone, KA Galvin
Agricultural Systems 87 (3), 331-356, 2006
|Resilience of Athabascan subsistence systems to interior Alaska’s changing climate|
GP Kofinas, FS Chapin, S BurnSilver, JI Schmidt, NL Fresco, K Kielland, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40 (7), 1347-1359, 2010
|Multiplex social ecological network analysis reveals how social changes affect community robustness more than resource depletion|
JA Baggio, SB BurnSilver, A Arenas, JS Magdanz, GP Kofinas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (48), 13708-13713, 2016
|Arctic communities perceive climate impacts on access as a critical challenge to availability of subsistence resources|
TJ Brinkman, WD Hansen, FS Chapin, G Kofinas, S BurnSilver, TS Rupp
Climatic Change 139 (3), 413-427, 2016
|Are mixed economies persistent or transitional? Evidence using social networks from Arctic Alaska|
S BurnSilver, J Magdanz, R Stotts, M Berman, G Kofinas
American Anthropologist 118 (1), 121-129, 2016
|Beyond group ranch subdivision: collective action for livestock mobility, ecological viability, and livelihoods|
S BurnSilver, E Mwangi
|Linking pastoralists to a heterogeneous landscape|
SB BurnSilver, RB Boone, KA Galvin
People and the Environment, 173-199, 2004
|Processes of fragmentation in the Amboseli ecosystem, southern Kajiado District, Kenya|
SB BurnSilver, J Worden, RB Boone
Fragmentation in semi-arid and arid landscapes, 225-253, 2008
|Arctic sustainability research: Past, present and future|
AN Petrov, S BurnSilver, FS Chapin III, G Fondahl, JK Graybill, K Keil, ...
Taylor & Francis, 2017
|Pathways of continuity and change: Maasai livelihoods in Amboseli, Kajiado District, Kenya|
Staying Maasai?, 161-207, 2009
|Using coupled simulation models to link pastoral decision making and ecosystem services|
RB Boone, KA Galvin, SB BurnSilver, PK Thornton, DS Ojima, JR Jawson
Ecology and Society 16 (2), 2011
|Does pastoralists' participation in the management of national parks in northern Norway contribute to adaptive governance?|
C Risvoll, GE Fedreheim, A Sandberg, S BurnSilver
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
|Arctic sustainability research: toward a new agenda|
AN Petrov, S BurnSilver, FS Chapin III, G Fondahl, J Graybill, K Keil, ...
Polar Geography 39 (3), 165-178, 2016
|Principle 2–manage connectivity|
V Dakos, A Quinlan, JA Baggio, E Bennett, Ö Bodin, S Burnsilver
Principles for building resilience: sustaining ecosystem services in social …, 2015
|Nutritional status of Maasai pastoralists under change|
KA Galvin, TA Beeton, RB Boone, SB BurnSilver
Human ecology 43 (3), 411-424, 2015
|Subsistence sharing networks and cooperation: Kaktovik, Wainwright, and Venetie, Alaska|
GP Kofinas, SB BurnSilver, JS Magdanz, R Stotts, MM Okada
School of Natural Resources and Extension, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2016