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Broek, E., Michel, D., Eklöw, K., Remling, E., Faller, J., Smith, E., Gadnert, A., Smith, D., Hegazi, F., Staudenmann, J.A., Cóbar, J. F. A., Kim, K., Dabelko, G., Barnhoorn, A., Krampe, F., Alfaro, E.S., Bell, N., McAllister, C., de Coning, C., Eberlein, A., Maalim, H., Ndiloseh, M., Pattison, C., Bell-Moran, D., Black, R. and Busby, J. 2022. Environment of Peace: Security in a New Era of Risk. Sipri, Stockholm
The environmental crisis is increasing risks to security and peace worldwide, notably in countries that are already fragile. Indicators of insecurity such as the number of conflicts, the number of hungry people and military expenditure are rising; so are indicators of environmental decline, climate change, biodiversity, pollution and other areas. In combination, the security and environmental crises are creating compound, casc...
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Shepon, A., Makov, T., Hamilton, H.A., Müller, D.B., Gephart, J.A., Henriksson, P.J.G., Troell, M., Golden, C.D. 2021. Sustainable optimization of global aquatic omega-3 supply chain could substantially narrow the nutrient gap. Resources, Conservation and Recycling (181)
Omega-3 EPA and DHA fatty acids are vital for human health, but current human nutritional requirements are greater than supply. This nutrient gap is poised to increase as demand increases and the abundance of aquatic foods and the amount of omega-3 they contain may dwindle due to climate change and overfishing. Identifying and mitigating loss and inefficiencies across the global aquatic supply chain has great potential for nar...
Wijermans, N., Verhagen, H. & Lytter, A. 2021. An Online Implementation of a Virtual Agent-Based Experiment Tool—An Exploration. In Advances in Social Simulation (eds. P. Ahrweiler & M. Neumann), Springer Proceedings in Complexity, Springer International Publishing, pp.291–297.
This chapter is part of a book based on the conference proceedings of ESSA 2013, the 9th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association. ESSA conferences constitute annual events, which serve as an international platform for the exchange of ideas and discussion of cutting-edge research in the field of social simulations, both from the theoretical as well as applied perspective. This book consists of 33 articles, whic...
Vos, A. de, Maciejewski, K., Bodin, Ö., Norström, A., Schlüter, M. & Tengö, M. 2021. The practice and design of social-ecological systems research. In: Biggs et al. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 47–63.
This chapter is part of The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems which provides a synthetic guide to the range of methods that can be employed in social-ecological systems (SES) research. The book is primarily targeted at graduate students, lecturers and researchers working on SES, and has been written in a style that is accessible to readers entering the field from a variety of different disci...
Sitas, N., Ryan, P. & Schultz, L. 2021. Systems scoping. In: Biggs et al. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 83–94.
Scholz, G., Eberhard, T., Ostrowski, R. & Wijermans, N. 2021. Social Identity in Agent-Based Models: Exploring the State of the Art. In Springer Proceedings in Complexity, pp. 59–64.
Schlüter, M., Lindkvist, E., Wijermans, N. & Polhill, G. 2021. Agent-based modelling. In: Biggs et al. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 383–397.
Sauter, D., Randhawa, J., Tomateo, C. & McPhearson, T. 2021. Visualizing Urban Social–Ecological–Technological Systems. In: Z.A. Hamstead, D.M. Iwaniec, T. McPhearson, M. Berbés-Blázquez, E.M. Cook, & T.A. Muñoz-Erickson (eds) Resilient Urban Futures, Springer, pp.145–157.
This chapter is part of the book Resilient Urban Futures. This open access book addresses the way in which urban and urbanizing regions profoundly impact and are impacted by climate change. The editors and authors show why cities must wage simultaneous battles to curb global climate change trends while adapting and transforming to address local climate impacts. This book addresses how cities develop anticipatory and long-range...
Rocha, J.C. & Daume, S. 2021. Data mining and pattern recognition. In: Biggs et al. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems, Taylor & Francis Group, pp.241–251.
Quinlan, A., Sellberg, M. & Perrotton, A. 2021. Resilience assessment. In: Biggs et al. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems, Taylor & Francis Group, pp.205–216.
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