The best of Resilience Centre publications

The 10 most cited scientific articles written by centre researchers

Researchers at Stockholm Resilience Centre are at the forefront when it comes to transdisciplinary research on the governance of social-ecological systems.

Here is a list of the top 10 most cited publications (co-)written by centre researchers:

1. Complexity of coupled human and natural systems
Author(s): Liu JG, Dietz T, Carpenter SR, et al.
Source: SCIENCE Volume: 317 Issue: 5844 Pages: 1513-1516
Published: SEP 14 2007
Total number of citations: 159

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2. A safe operating space for humanity
Author(s): Rockstrom J, Steffen W, Noone K, et al.
Source: NATURE Volume: 461 Issue: 7263 Pages: 472-475
Published: SEP 24 2009
Total number of citations: 125

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3. Coupled human and natural systems
Author(s): Liu JG, Dietz T, Carpenter SR, et al.
Source: AMBIO Volume: 36 Issue: 8 Pages: 639-649
Published: DEC 2007
Total number of citations: 40

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4. Human-induced trophic cascades and ecological regime shifts in the Baltic sea
Author(s): Osterblom H, Hansson S, Larsson U, et al.
Source: ECOSYSTEMS Volume: 10 Issue: 6 Pages: 877-889
Published: SEP 2007
Total number of citations: 40

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5. Agricultural modifications of hydrological flows create ecological surprises
Author(s): Gordon LJ, Peterson GD, Bennett EM
Source: TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION Volume: 23 Issue: 4 Pages: 211-219
Published: APR 2008
Total number of citations: 36

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6. Capturing the cornerstones of coral reef resilience: linking theory to practice
Author(s): Nystrom M, Graham NAJ, Lokrantz J, et al.
Source: CORAL REEFS Volume: 27 Issue: 4 Pages: 795-809
Published: DEC 2008
Total number of citations: 32

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7. Turning back from the brink: Detecting an impending regime shift in time to avert it
Author(s): Biggs R, Carpenter SR, Brock WA
Source: PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Volume: 106 Issue: 3 Pages: 826-831
Published: JAN 20 2009
Total number of citations: 29

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8. Navigating the transition to ecosystem-based management of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia Author(s): Olsson P, Folke C, Hughes TP
Source: PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Volume: 105 Issue: 28 Pages: 9489-9494
Published: JUL 15 2008
Total number of citations: 25

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9. Ecological land-use complementation' for building resilience in urban ecosystems
Author(s): Colding J
Source: LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
Volume: 81 Issue: 1-2 Pages: 46-55
Published: MAY 29 2007
Total number of citations: 24

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10. Future water availability for global food production: The potential of green water for increasing resilience to global change
Author(s): Rockstrom J, Falkenmark M, Karlberg L, et al.
Source: WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
Volume: 45 Article Number: W00A12
Published: FEB 14 2009
Total number of citations: 22

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