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Socio-ecological vulnerability to tipping points: A review of empirical approaches and their use for marine management
R.A.M. Lauerburg, R. Diekmann, B. Blanz, K. Gee, H. Held, A. Kannen, C. Möllmann, W.N. Probst, H. Rambo, R. Cormier, V. Stelzenmüller. 2019. Science of The Total Environment



Sustainable co-location solutions for offshore wind farms and fisheries need to account for socio-ecological trade-offs
V. Stelzenmüller, A. Gimpel, H. Haslob, J. Letschert, J. Berkenhagen, S. Brüning. 2021. Science of the Total Environment


The uncertain future of the Norway lobster fisheries in the North Sea calls for new management strategies
J. Letschert, N. Stollberg, H. Rambo, A. Kempf, J. Berkenhagen, V. Stelzenmüller


The Value of Noise
B. Blanz & H. Held. (2021).



From plate to plug: The impact of offshore renewables on European fisheries and the role of marine spatial planning
V. Stelzenmüller, J. Letschert, A. Gimpel, C. Kraan, W. N. Probst, S. Degraer, R. Döring. 2022. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews



Irreversibility of regime shifts in the North Sea
Sguotti C, Blöcker AM, Färber L, Blanz B, Cormier R, Diekmann R, Letschert J, Rambo H, Stollberg N, Stelzenmüller V, Stier AC and Möllmann C (2022) Irreversibility of regime shifts in the North Sea. Front. Mar. Sci. 9:945204.



Stable landings mask irreversible community reorganizations in an overexploited Mediterranean ecosystem
Sguotti, C., Bischoff, A., Conversi, A., Mazzoldi, C., Möllmann, C., & Barausse, A. (2022). Stable landings mask irreversible community reorganizations in an overexploited Mediterranean ecosystem. Journal of Animal Ecology, 00, 1–15.



Regime shift dynamics, tipping points and the success of fisheries management
Blöcker, A.M., Gutte, H.M., Bender, R.L. et al. Regime shift dynamics, tipping points and the success of fisheries management. Sci Rep13, 289 (2023).


Discontinuous dynamics in North Sea cod Gadus morhua caused by ecosystem change
Blöcker A.M., Sguotti C., Möllmann C.. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 713:133-149 (2023).


Socio-ecological drivers of demersal fishing activity in the North Sea: The case of three German fleets
Letschert J., Kraan C., Möllmann C., Stelzenmüller V.. Ocean Coast. Manag. 238, 106543 (2023).


Co-location of fisheries and offshore wind farms: Current practices and enabling conditions in the North Sea
Bonsu P.O., Letschert J., Yates K.L., Svendsen J.C., Berkenhagen J., Rozemeijer M.J.C., Kerkhove T.R.H., Rehren J., Stelzenmüller V.. Mar. Policy 159, 105941 (2024).



Operationalizing a fisheries social-ecological system through a Bayesian belief network reveals hotspots for its adaptive capacity in the southern North sea.
Kruse, M., Letschert, J. , Cormier, R. , Rambo, H., Gee, K., Kannen, A., Schaper, J.. Möllmann, C., and Stelzenmüller, V.. Journal of Environmental Management, 357, 120685 (2024).


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