Our most wanted

Most requested publications 2013

The top 10 most requested articles by Stockholm Resilience Centre researchers

Every day we receive requests for publications written by centre researchers. This year we received almost 1200 requests for 200 different articles.

Below are the most frequently asked publications:

1. General Resilience to Cope with Extreme Events
Full reference: Carpenter, S.R., Arrow, K.J., Barrett, S., Biggs, R., Brock, W.A., Crépin, A.-S., Engström, G., Folke, C., Hughes, T.P., Kautsky, N., Li, C.-Z., McCarney, G., Meng, K., Mäler, K.-G., Polasky, S., Scheffer, M., Shogren, J., Sterner, T., Vincent, J.R., Walker, B., Xepapadeas, A., Zeeuw, A.D. General Resilience to Cope with Extreme Events. Sustainability 2012, 4, 3248-3259

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2. The social dynamics of degrowth
Full reference: Boonstra, W.J. & S. Joosse. 2013. The social dynamics of degrowth. Environmental Values 22 (2): 171-189

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3. Getting the measure of ecosystem services: a social—ecological approach
Full reference: Reyers, B., Biggs, R., Cumming, G.S, Elmqvist, T., Hejnowicz, A.P., Polasky, S. 2013. Getting the measure of ecosystem services: a social—ecological approach. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: 268—273.

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4. Human prosperity requires global sustainability – a contribution to the post-2015 agenda and the development of Sustainable Development Goals
Full reference: Schultz M, Rockström J, Öhman MC, Cornell S, Persson Å, Norström A. 2013. Human prosperity requires global sustainability – a contribution to the post-2015 agenda and the development of Sustainable Development Goals. A Stockholm Resilience Centre Report to the Swedish Government Office (21 pp)

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5.Towards principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services
Full reference: Biggs, R, M Schlüter, D Biggs, EL Bohensky, S Burnsilver, G Cundill, V Dakos, T Daw, L Evans,  K Kotschy, A Leitch, C Meek, A Quinlan, C Raudsepp-Hearne, M Robards, ML Schoon, L Schultz, and PC West.  2012. Towards principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 37: 421-448

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6. Urban Gardens, Agricultures and Waters: Sources of Resilience for Long-Term Food Security in Cities
Full reference: Barthel, S. and Isendahl, C. (2012). Urban Gardens, Agricultures and Waters: Sources of Resilience for Long-Term Food Security in Cities. Ecological Economics. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2012.06.018

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7. Measuring sustainable development: the promise and difficulties of implementing Inclusive Wealth in the Goulburn-Broken Catchment, Australia
Full reference: L.J. Pearson, R. Biggs, M. Harris, B. Walker. 2013. Measuring sustainable development: the promise and difficulties of implementing Inclusive Wealth in the Goulburn-Broken Catchment, Australia. Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 9(1): 16-27

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8. Regime shifts in a social-ecological system
Full reference: Lade, S.J., A. Tavoni, S.A. Levin, M. Schlüter. 2013. Regime shifts in a social-ecological system. Theoretical Ecology 6:359-372. DOI: 10.1007/s12080-013-0187-3

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9. Social Learning in the Anthropocene. Governance of natural resources in human dominated systems
Full reference: Nykvist, B. 2012. Social Learning in the Anthropocene. Governance of natural resources in human dominated systems. Doctoral thesis in Natural Resource Management. Stockholm University, 48pp

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10. Food and Green Space in Cities: A Resilience Lens on Gardens and Urban Environmental Movements
Full reference: Barthel, S. Parker, J. Ernstson, H. 2013. Food and Green Space in Cities: A Resilience Lens on Gardens and Urban Environmental Movements. Urban Studies-in press. DOI: 10.1177/0042098012472744

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