Our systems approach framework has been finalised and published (Frontiers | A Framework to Assess Forest-Agricultural Landscape Management for Socioecological Well-Being Outcomes (frontiersin.org)).
We have translated above conceptualisation into a method framework for data collection and analysis, running a first analysis for evaluating outcomes of restoration interventions for wellbeing indicators and biodiversity indicators (Pfeifer et al. In Press).
The next step will involve the integration of soil data and microclimate data as well as analysis of networks of species interactions to gain further insights into the ecological components of the system. We will use a Structural Equation Model and Bayesian Belief Network to link ecological pathways and social pathways (focus group discussions and emergent narratives).