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Emma is involved in different research projects where skills in areas like programming, text mining, working with large datasets or geospatial modelling is needed.
She teaches and organizes courses and workshops on technology and geospatially related topics and has built up and hosts the SRC infrastructure for software development and experimentation.
Emma has a background in computer science, and joined Stockholm Resilience Centre in 2011 after having spent seven years working as a systems developer in the IT industry.
She has a strong interest in complex adaptive systems theory and how this perspective can contribute to the centre´s social-ecological research.
Blasiak, R., Jouffray, J-B., Wabnitz, C.C.C., Sundström, E., Österblom, H.
2018 - Journal / article
Who owns ocean biodiversity? This is an increasingly relevant question, given the legal uncertainties associated with the use of genetic resources from areas beyond national jurisdiction, which cover half of the Earth’s surface. We accessed 38 million records of genetic sequences associated with patents and created a database of 12,998 sequences extracted from 862 marine species. We identified >1600 sequences from 91 species a...