This page comprises 28 tabs, describing different categories of SES methods.
These pages are based on the Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems, which provides more detailed information on each method.
The methods tabs are grouped into three sets:
(a) methods for data generation and systems scoping,
(b) methods for knowledge co-production and effecting systems change, and
(c) methods for analysing systems.
Generally each of these 28 chapters/tabs comprises a set of related methods, rather than an individual method.
Each tab below provides a concise overview of the set of methods, in the format of a summary video, as well as summaries of specific methods, case studies which illustrate the method in action, and labs/activities, which give an example of a teaching activity relating to this group of methods. Tips and tricks are provided on some of the pages, where relevant.