Stefan Partelow
Stefan Partelow
Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), Bremen, Germany
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TitleCited byYear
A review of urban ecosystem services: six key challenges for future research
C Luederitz, E Brink, F Gralla, V Hermelingmeier, M Meyer, L Niven, ...
Ecosystem services 14, 98-112, 2015
1602015
Coevolving Ostrom’s social–ecological systems (SES) framework and sustainability science: four key co-benefits
S Partelow
Sustainability Science 11 (3), 399-410, 2016
382016
Interlinking ecosystem services and Ostrom’s framework through orientation in sustainability research
S Partelow, K Winkler
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
342016
A modified diagnostic social-ecological system framework for lobster fisheries: case implementation and sustainability assessment in Southern California
S Partelow, C Boda
Ocean & Coastal Management 114, 204-217, 2015
282015
Key steps for operationalizing social–ecological system framework research in small-scale fisheries: A heuristic conceptual approach
S Partelow
Marine Policy 51, 507-511, 2015
272015
A sustainability agenda for tropical marine science
S Partelow, A Schlüter, H von Wehrden, M Jänig, P Senff
Conservation Letters 11 (1), e12351, 2018
202018
A review of the social-ecological systems framework: applications, methods, modifications, and challenges
S Partelow
Ecology and Society 23 (4), 2018
162018
Pollution exposure on marine protected areas: a global assessment
S Partelow, H von Wehrden, O Horn
Marine pollution bulletin 100 (1), 352-358, 2015
142015
Coastal commons as social-ecological systems
A Schlüter, S Partelow, LE Torres-Guevara, TC Jennerjahn
Routledge, 2019
112019
Operationalizing the social-ecological systems framework in pond aquaculture
S Partelow, P Senff, N Buhari, A Schlüter
International Journal of the Commons 12 (1), 485-518, 2018
92018
Mangroves, fishers, and the struggle for adaptive comanagement: applying the social-ecological systems framework to a marine extractive reserve (RESEX) in Brazil
S Partelow, M Glaser, S Solano Arce, RSL Barboza, A Schlüter
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 2018
82018
Coastal Systems in Transition from a'natural'to an'anthropogenically-modified'state
I Nordhaus, DL Roelke, R Vaquer-Sunyer, C Winter
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2018
72018
Social networks, collective action and the evolution of governance for sustainable tourism on the Gili Islands, Indonesia
S Partelow, K Nelson
Marine Policy, 2018
62018
Assessing sustainability in lobster fisheries as social-ecological systems: a framework and research protocol
S Partelow
Master's Thesis Series in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science, 2014
42014
Nudging tourists to donate for conservation: Experimental evidence on soliciting voluntary contributions for coastal management
KM Nelson, S Partelow, A Schlüter
Journal of environmental management 237, 30-43, 2019
32019
Privatizing the commons
S Partelow, DJ Abson, A Schlüter, M Fernández-Giménez, ...
International Journal of the Commons 13 (1), 747-776, 2019
22019
Transforming the social-ecological systems framework into a knowledge exchange and deliberation tool for comanagement
S Partelow, M Fujitani, V Soundararajan, A Schlüter
Ecology and Society 24 (1), 15, 2019
12019
ANALYZING NATURAL RESOURCE GOVERNANCE WITH THE SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS FRAMEWORK
S Partelow
Governing Renewable Natural Resources: Theories and Frameworks, 65, 2019
2019
COMPASS: Company Aquaculture Systems Sustainability
S Partelow
Thünen Institut, 2019
2019
Do responsible fishing areas work? Comparing collective action challenges in three small-scale fisheries in Costa Rica
IIC Carrillo, S Partelow, R Madrigal-Ballestero, A Schlüter, ...
International Journal of the Commons 13 (1), 705-746, 2019
2019
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