Graemme Cumming

Scientific Advisor

Graeme Cumming is a professor and ecologist at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University in Townsville Australia. He is a leader in the study of how spatial location, connectivity, and dispersal in complex social-ecological systems determines resilience, and how resilience and selforganization generates spatial variation. He also works to integrate landscape ecology and complexity theory for the conservation and the sustainable management of natural resources. He is the author of the book Spatial Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems and he runs a James S. McDonnell Foundationfunded program on the importance of spatial variation and network membership for the social-ecological resilience of protected areas.

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