Publications

Peer-reviewed scientific articles

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2020

Martin R, Schlüter M and Blenckner T (2020). The importance of transient social dynamics for restoring ecosystems beyond ecological tipping points Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, January, 2020.
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2019

Kritzberg, Emma S., Eliza Maher Hasselquist, Martin Škerlep, Stefan Löfgren, Olle Olsson, Johanna Stadmark, Salar Valinia, Lars-Anders Hansson, and Hjalmar Laudon (2019) “Browning of Freshwaters: Consequences to Ecosystem Services, Underlying Drivers, and Potential Mitigation Measures.” Ambio, 1-16.
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2019

Schlüter M, Haider L, Lade S, Lindkvist E, Martin R, Orach K, Wijermans N and Folke C (2019). “Capturing emergent phenomena in social-ecological systems: an analytical framework” Ecology and Society, 24(3).
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Schlüter M, Orach K, Lindkvist E, Martin R, Wijermans N, Bodin Ö and Boonstra WJ (2019). “Toward a methodology for explaining and theorizing about social-ecological phenomena” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 39, 44-53.
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Herzog, L. M., & Ingold, K. (2019). Threats to Common-Pool Resources and the Importance of Forums: On the Emergence of Cooperation in CPR Problem Settings. Policy Studies Journal, 47(1), 77–113.
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2018

Iacarella, J. C., Barrow, J. L., Giani, A., Beisner, B. E., & Gregory‐Eaves, I. (2018). Shifts in algal dominance in freshwater experimental ponds across differing levels of macrophytes and nutrients. Ecosphere, 9(1), e02086.
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Paquette, C., & Beisner, B. E. (2018). Interaction effects of zooplankton and CO2 on phytoplankton communities and the deep chlorophyll maximum. Freshwater Biology, 63(3), 278–292.
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2017

Kraemer, B. M., Mehner, T., & Adrian, R. (2017). Reconciling the opposing effects of warming on phytoplankton biomass in 188 large lakes. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 10762.
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2015

Martin R and Schlüter M (2015). Combining system dynamics and agent-based modeling to analyze social-ecological interactions – an example from modeling restoration of a shallow lake. Frontiers in Environmental Science 3(66).
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2014

Ekvall, M. K., Urrutia-Cordero, P., & Hansson, L.-A. (2014). Linking cascading effects of fish predation and zooplankton grazing to reduced cyanobacterial biomass and toxin levels following biomanipulation. PloS One, 9(11), e112956.
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2013

Ekvall, M. K., Martin, J. de la C., Faassen, E. J., Gustafsson, S., Lürling, M., & Hansson, L.-A. (2013). Synergistic and species-specific effects of climate change and water colour on cyanobacterial toxicity and bloom formation. Freshwater Biology, 58(11), 2414–2422.
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Scharfenberger, U., Mahdy, A., & Adrian, R. (2013). Threshold-driven shifts in two copepod species: Testing ecological theory with observational data. Limnology and Oceanography, 58(2), 741–752.
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2012

Pahl-Wostl, C., Lebel, L., Knieper, C., & Nikitina, E. (2012). From applying panaceas to mastering complexity: Toward adaptive water governance in river basins. Environmental Science & Policy, 23, 24–34.
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2007

Pahl-Wostl, C., Craps, M., Dewulf, A., Mostert, E., Tabara, D., & Taillieu, T. (2007). Social Learning and Water Resources Management. Ecology and Society, 12(2).
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