Thomas Hahn
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Adaptive governance of social-ecological systems
C Folke, T Hahn, P Olsson, J Norberg
Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour. 30, 441-473, 2005
Social-ecological transformation for ecosystem management: the development of adaptive co-management of a wetland landscape in southern Sweden
P Olsson, C Folke, T Hahn
Ecology and society 9 (4), 2004
Trust-building, knowledge generation and organizational innovations: the role of a bridging organization for adaptive comanagement of a wetland landscape around Kristianstad …
T Hahn, P Olsson, C Folke, K Johansson
Human ecology 34 (4), 573-592, 2006
Enhancing the fit through adaptive co-management: creating and maintaining bridging functions for matching scales in the Kristianstads Vattenrike Biosphere Reserve, Sweden
P Olsson, C Folke, V Galaz, T Hahn, L Schultz
Ecology and society 12 (1), 2007
Institutions and environmental change: principal findings, applications, and research frontiers
V Galaz, T Hahn
MIT press, 2008
The problem of fit among biophysical systems, environmental and resource regimes, and broader governance systems: insights and emerging challenges
V Galaz, P Olsson, T Hahn, C Folke, U Svedin
The MIT Press, Cambridge, USA, 2008
Identifying governance strategies that effectively support ecosystem services, resource sustainability, and biodiversity
RE Kenward, MJ Whittingham, S Arampatzis, BD Manos, T Hahn, A Terry, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (13), 5308-5312, 2011
Self-organized governance networks for ecosystem management: who is accountable?
T Hahn
Ecology and Society 16 (2), 2011
Social learning towards a more adaptive paradigm? Reducing flood risk in Kristianstad municipality, Sweden
Å Johannessen, T Hahn
Global environmental change 23 (1), 372-381, 2013
Social networks as sources of resilience in social-ecological systems
T Hahn, L Schultz, C Folke, P Olsson
Complexity theory for a sustainable future, 119-148, 2008
Purposes and degrees of commodification: Economic instruments for biodiversity and ecosystem services need not rely on markets or monetary valuation
T Hahn, C McDermott, C Ituarte-Lima, M Schultz, T Green, M Tuvendal
Ecosystem Services 16, 74-82, 2015
Are adaptations self-organized, autonomous, and harmonious? Assessing the social–ecological resilience literature
T Hahn, B Nykvist
Ecology and Society 22 (1), 2017
Legal framework for biosphere reserves as learning sites for sustainable development: A comparative analysis of Ukraine and Sweden
M Elbakidze, T Hahn, V Mauerhofer, P Angelstam, R Axelsson
Ambio 42 (2), 174-187, 2013
Relationships between multiple biodiversity components and ecosystem services along a landscape complexity gradient
K Birkhofer, GKS Andersson, J Bengtsson, R Bommarco, J Dänhardt, ...
Biological Conservation 218, 247-253, 2018
Learning for social-ecological change: A qualitative review of outcomes across empirical literature in natural resource management
M Suškevičs, T Hahn, R Rodela, B Macura, C Pahl-Wostl
Journal of environmental planning and management 61 (7), 1085-1112, 2018
The problem of fit between ecosystems and governance systems: insights and emerging challenges
V Galaz, T Hahn, P Olsson, C Folke, U Svedin
The institutional dimensions of global environmental change: principal …, 2008
Property rights, ethics and conflict resolution: Foundations of the Sami economy in Sweden
T Hahn
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, 2000
Safeguards for enhancing ecological compensation in Sweden
NS Koh, T Hahn, C Ituarte-Lima
Land Use Policy 64, 186-199, 2017
Responses to Ecosystem Change and to Their Impacts on Human Well-Being
BS Malayang III, S Maharaj, JBR Agard
Ecosystems and Human Well-being, 205, 2005
Landscape heterogeneity correlates with recreational values: a case study from Swedish agricultural landscapes and implications for policy
T Hahn, M Heinrup, R Lindborg
Landscape Research 43 (5), 696-707, 2018
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