Published: 2014-02-25

Read more about Baltic Sea regime shifts

The interdisciplinary project Regime Shifts in the Baltic Sea Ecosystem - Modelling Complex Adaptive Ecosystems and Governance Implications has now entered its final year.

The articles published in the project up to date are now available on our web, many with abstracts or short introductions for easy access.

Scientists from a range of disciplines at Stockholm University have since 2010 worked together in the project Regime Shifts in the Baltic Sea Ecosystem - Modelling Complex Adaptive Ecosystems and Governance Implications with the aim of investigating regime shifts in the Baltic Sea and the governance structures necessary to implement an ecosystem approach to management.

Financed by FORMAS (the Swedish Research Council) the project is lead by Stockholm University Professors Christoph Humborg, Ulrika Mörth and Carl Folke.

The team of researchers have already published and contributed to a long list of articles, books and book chapters. The work is organized in four work packages, and below you can find articles from each of these, as well as a list of additional publications here.

WP 1 - Resilience indicators

WP 2 - Modelling inertia

WP 3 - Management options and stewardship

WP 4 - Response capacity in management

Here you can find more information about the project and participants and principal scientists involved.


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Web editor: Marmar Nekoro

Updated: 2014-02-25
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