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About Albert Norström
Albert Norströms research has focused on understanding and managing the resilience of coral reefs, and has included laboratory experiments, extensive field sampling and theoretical/synthetic work. It has led to new understanding on variables influencing recruitment and dispersal of corals, has shown how artisanal fishing can increase the vulnerability of coral reefs to macroalgal regime shifts, has given innovative insights into the complex dynamics of coral reef regime shifts and provided a suite of novel empirical indicators of reef resilience.
Albert is currently a research coordinator for the Programme on Ecoystem Change and Society (PECS), which has its International Programme Office hosted by the Stockholm Resilience Centre.