[MCN] 3 definitions of resilience: 2018, 2014, 1938
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Mon Aug 27 20:04:17 EDT 2018
2018 — “Resilience is a popular narrative for conservation and provides an opportunity to communicate optimism that ecosystems can recover and rebound from disturbances” (Emily S. Darling and Isabelle M. Côté, Science, March 2, 2018).
2014 — “Emerging from a wide range of disciplines, resilience in policy-making has often been based on the ability of systems to bounce back to normality, drawing on engineering concepts. This implies the return of the functions of an individual, household, community or ecosystem to previous conditions, with as little damage and disruption as possible following shocks and stresses” (Tanner et al, Nature Climate Change, December 18, 2014).
1938 — Resilience. 1- The act or power of springing back to a former position or shape. 2. The quantity of work given back by a body that is compressed to a certain limit and then allowed to recover itself, as a spring under pressure suddenly relaxed.” 1938 Funk & Wagnall’s New Standard Dictionary of the English Language, vol.2, M-Z
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