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Deutsch, L., M. Troell, K. Limburg, and M. Huitric. 2011. Global Trade of Fisheries Products - implications for marine ecosystems and their services. Pages 120-147 in T. Köllner, editor. Ecosystem Services and Global Trade of Natural Resources: Ecology, Economics and Policies. Routledge, London, UK. 292 pp.
Lisa Deutsch, Max Troell, Karin Limburg and Miriam Huitric. 2011. Thomas Köllner, editor. Global Trade of Fisheries Products: implications for marine ecosystems and their services in Ecosystem Services and Global Trade of Natural Resources: Ecology, Economics and Policies. Routledge, London, UK. 304 pp.
Publication review This chapter is part of a book which is organized into four major parts. Part 1 gives the theoretical framework from an ecological, economic and political perspectives. Part 2 explores how internationally traded biophysical commodities from agriculture, forestry and fisheries translates into a virtual flow of land, freshwater, and marine ecosystems. Part 3 describes how two widely used accounting tools (i.e...
Huitric M (Ed.), Walker B, Moberg F, Österblom H, Sandin L, Grandin U, Olsson P., Bodegård J. (2009). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Resilience – Governance for a Future with Global Changes. Background report for the scientific workshop Biodiversity, ecosystem services and governance – targets beyond 2010, Tjärnö, Sweden, 4-6 September 2009.
Publication review This report is a scientific background report intended to support deliberations at the high level meeting “Visions for Biodiversity Beyond 2010 - People, Ecosystem Services and the Climate Crisis" in Strömstad, 7-9 September, during the Swedish EU Presidency. It calls for a better management of the dynamics between social-ecological systems. - Halting biodiversity loss and sustaining ecosystem services for...
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Deutsch, L., S. Gräslund, C. Folke, M. Huitric, N. Kautsky, M. Troell and L. Lebel. 2007. Feeding Aquaculture Growth through Globalization; Exploitation of Marine Ecosystems for Fishmeal. Global Environmental Change 17:238-249.
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