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SYMPOSIA R esilience is one of the concepts aiming to capture the system-level properties of natural resources (management) systems. Resilience, like sustainability, vulnerability, adaptive capacity, robustness, transformability, and other concepts, seeks to defi ne a quality of natural resources (management) systems that simultaneously captures their stability or endurance, as well as their capacity to respond to change and adapt. This paper does not address substantive questions regarding thedoi:10.2135/cropsci2009.10.0570 fatcat:ojlr7vo2bfhwfaqj32cxsvex3m