Publications

Summer reading, as per popular request

Finished with your holiday readings and tired of lying idle in the hammock? Below are listed the top ten most requested publications from the centre so far this year, perfect for lazy summer days

1. Benefits of Investing in Ecosystem Restoration
Full reference: De Groot, R.S., J. Blignaut, S. van der Ploeg, J. Aronsom, T. Elmqvist, J. Farley. 2013. Benefits of Investing in Ecosystem Restoration, Conservation Biology 27:6:1286-1293, doi:DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12158
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2. Fostering complexity thinking in action research for change in social–ecological systems
Full reference: Rogers, K. H., R. Luton, H. Biggs, R. Biggs, S. Blignaut, A. G. Choles, C. G. Palmer, and P. Tangwe. 2013. Fostering complexity thinking in action research for change in social–ecological systems. Ecology and Society 18(2): 31.
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3. Planetary boundaries, equity and global sustainability: why wealthy countries could benefit from more equity
Full reference: Steffen, W., M.S. Smith. 2013. Planetary boundaries, equity and global sustainability: why wealthy countries could benefit from more equity, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5:403-408.
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4. Does Social Learning Lead to Better Natural Resource Management? A Case Study of the Modern Farming Community of Practice in Sweden
Full reference: Nykvist, B. 2014. Does Social Learning Lead to Better Natural Resource Management? A Case Study of the Modern Farming Community of Practice in Sweden, Society & Natural Resources :1-15.
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5. Coral reefs as novel ecosystems: embracing new futures
Full reference: Graham, N.A.J., J. E Cinner, A. V Norström, M. Nyström. 2014. Coral reefs as novel ecosystems: embracing new futures, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7:9-14, doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2013.11.023
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6. A horizon scan of global conservation issues for 2014
Full reference: Sutherland, W.J., R. Aveling, T. M. Brooks, M. Clout, L. V. Dicks, L. Fellman, E. Fleishman, D. W. Gibbons, B. Keim, F. Lickorish, K. A. Monk, D. Mortimer, L. S. Peck, J. Pretty, J. Rockström, J. P. Rodríguez, R. K. Smith, M. D. Spalding, F. H. Tonneijck, A. R. Watkinson. 2013. A horizon scan of global conservation issues for 2014. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, published online 11 December 2013, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2013.11.004
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7. Connecting diverse knowledge systems for enhanced ecosystem governance - The Multiple Evidence Base approach
Full reference: Tengö, M., Brondizio, E., Elmqvist, T., Malmer, P., Spierenburg, M. 2014. Connecting diverse knowledge systems for enhanced ecosystem governance - The Multiple Evidence Base approach. AMBIO, 10.1007/s13280-014-0501-3
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8. Principles of Social-Ecological Urbanism - Case Study: Albano Campus, Stockholm
Full reference: Barthel, S., J. Colding, H. Erixon, S. Grahn, C. Kärsten, L. Marcus, J. Torsvall. 2013. Principles of Social-Ecological Urbanism - Case Study: Albano Campus, Stockholm. Trita-ARK Forskningspublikationer 2013:3
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9. Institutional barriers to organic farming in Central and Eastern European countries of the Baltic Sea region
Full reference: Larsson, M., Morin, L., Hahn, T., Sandahl, J. 2013. Institutional barriers to organic farming in Central and Eastern European countries of the Baltic Sea region. Agricultural and Food Economics 2013, 1:5, doi:10.1186/2193-7532-1-5
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10. A vision for transdisciplinarity in Future Earth: Perspectives from young researchers
Full reference: Rivera-Ferre, M. G., L. Pereira, T. Karpouzoglou, K. A. Nicholas, S. Onzere, W. Waterlander, F. Mahomoodally, A. Vrieling, F. D. Babalola, C. C. Ummenhofer, A. Dogra, A. de Conti, S. Baldermann, C. Evoh, S. Bollmohr. 2013. A vision for transdisciplinarity in Future Earth: Perspectives from young researchers. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 3:249-260
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