Luis RiosDr.Gragg IIIEVR 1001Jan 17, 2018 Cash, David W., et al. “Scale and Cross-Scale Dynamics: Governance and Information in a Multilevel World.” Ecology and Society, vol. 11, no. 2, 2006, doi:10.5751/es-01759-110208. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art8/ Cumulative Annotation #1In the article “Scale and Cross-Scale Dynamic: Governance and Information in a Multilevel World “the authors give us the meaning of Scale and Cross-Scale and how it relates to relationships in the real world. It also shows us the dynamics of Scale and Cross-Scale to explain the real-world relationships. The article explains that a Scale is considered a spatial, temporal, quantitative, or analytical dimensions which are used to measure and examination phenomenon. It also says that there are distant levels on the various scales. These are used as units of analysis that locate different positions of the scale in question.The article also explains some objection that the human species has when it comes to the gesture of scales and cross-scales. The society of humanity has a complication with being innocents with the human-environment. Not many people bother with educating themselves on the importance of the Human-Environment. Humanity also has a problem with mismatching the decisions being made and the real occurrences around the world. Plurality is another challenge society has. We do not understand the value of the scale or cross-scale dynamics.The article also explained the solutions to these challenges. Institutional interplay is the first of these solutions. In other words, it is the combination or overlapping of regimes. Co-management is the plan to develop an understanding of the intricate multi-related challenges. Boundary or bridging organizations is the linking of different scales, arenas, or levels and the facilitation of the co-production of knowledge.Now that society understands the concept of scale and cross-scale dynamics we have more resources to better measure the study of scales. The scales also show that every action is connected somehow by looking at the scale challenges and seeing the effects. Based on the article however, I have a better understanding of scale and cross-scale dynamics.