Peer-reviewed scientific articles
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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).
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.
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.
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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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.
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.
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.
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.