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In this synthesis, we hope to accomplish two things: 1) reflect on how the analysis of the new archaeological cases presented in this special feature adds to previous case studies

In this synthesis, we hope to accomplish two things: 1) reflect on how the analysis of the new archaeological cases presented in this special feature adds to previous case studies by revisiting a set of propositions reported in a 2006 special feature, and 2) reflect on four main ideas that are more specific to the archaeological cases: i) societal choices are influenced by robustness–vulnerability trade-offs, ii) there is interplay between robustness–vulnerability trade-offs and robustness–performance trade-offs, iii) societies often get locked in to particular strategies, and iv) multiple

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.5751/es-04184-160224
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      1708-3087

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    Schoon, M., Fabricius, C., Anderies, J. M., & Nelson, M. (2011). Synthesis: Vulnerability, Traps, and Transformations—Long-term Perspectives from Archaeology. Ecology and Society, 16(2). doi:10.5751/es-04184-160224

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