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Sarah E. Cornell
Sarah E. Cornell
Associate Professor and Principal Researcher, Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei stockholmresilience.su.se
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Response to Comment on" Planetary Boundaries: Guiding human development on a changing planet"
K Richardson, D Gerten, J Rockström, J Heinke, W Steffen, SE Cornell
Science 348 (6240), 2015
13426*2015
Planetary boundaries: Guiding human development on a changing planet
W Steffen, K Richardson, J Rockström, SE Cornell, I Fetzer, EM Bennett, ...
Science 347 (6223), 1259855, 2015
133192015
Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT–Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems
W Willett, J Rockström, B Loken, M Springmann, T Lang, S Vermeulen, ...
The Lancet 393 (10170), 447-492, 2019
86262019
Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene
W Steffen, J Rockström, K Richardson, TM Lenton, C Folke, D Liverman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (33), 8252-8259, 2018
33882018
Impacts of atmospheric anthropogenic nitrogen on the open ocean
RA Duce, J LaRoche, K Altieri, KR Arrigo, AR Baker, DG Capone, ...
science 320 (5878), 893-897, 2008
11622008
Outside the safe operating space of the planetary boundary for novel entities
L Persson, BM Carney Almroth, CD Collins, S Cornell, CA de Wit, ...
Environmental science & technology 56 (3), 1510-1521, 2022
8302022
Exceeding 1.5° C global warming could trigger multiple climate tipping points
DI Armstrong McKay, A Staal, JF Abrams, R Winkelmann, B Sakschewski, ...
Science 377 (6611), eabn7950, 2022
7392022
Bending the curve of terrestrial biodiversity needs an integrated strategy
D Leclère, M Obersteiner, M Barrett, SHM Butchart, A Chaudhary, ...
Nature 585 (7826), 551-556, 2020
6452020
Opening up knowledge systems for better responses to global environmental change
S Cornell, F Berkhout, W Tuinstra, JD Tàbara, J Jäger, I Chabay, B de Wit, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 28, 60-70, 2013
6052013
Safe and just operating spaces for regional social-ecological systems
JA Dearing, R Wang, K Zhang, JG Dyke, H Haberl, MS Hossain, ...
Global Environmental Change 28, 227-238, 2014
5362014
Marine plastic pollution as a planetary boundary threat–The drifting piece in the sustainability puzzle
P Villarrubia-Gómez, SE Cornell, J Fabres
Marine Policy 96, 213-220, 2018
4742018
Organic nitrogen deposition on land and coastal environments: a review of methods and data
SE Cornell, TD Jickells, JN Cape, AP Rowland, RA Duce
Atmospheric Environment 37 (16), 2173-2191, 2003
4542003
Aiming higher to bend the curve of biodiversity loss
GM Mace, M Barrett, ND Burgess, SE Cornell, R Freeman, M Grooten, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (9), 448, 2018
4262018
Atmospheric inputs of dissolved organic nitrogen to the oceans
S Cornell, A Rendell, T Jickells
Nature 376 (6537), 243, 1995
4191995
Approaches to defining a planetary boundary for biodiversity
GM Mace, B Reyers, R Alkemade, R Biggs, FS Chapin III, SE Cornell, ...
Global Environmental Change 28, 289-297, 2014
3512014
From Planetary Boundaries to national fair shares of the global safe operating space—How can the scales be bridged?
T Häyhä, PL Lucas, DP van Vuuren, SE Cornell, H Hoff
Global Environmental Change 40, 60-72, 2016
3092016
Global and regional analysis of climate and human drivers of wildfire
A Aldersley, SJ Murray, SE Cornell
Science of the Total Environment 409 (18), 3472-3481, 2011
2992011
Policy coherence to achieve the SDGs: using integrated simulation models to assess effective policies
D Collste, M Pedercini, SE Cornell
Sustainability Science 12 (6), 921-931, 2017
2832017
A planetary boundary for green water
L Wang-Erlandsson, A Tobian, RJ van der Ent, I Fetzer, S te Wierik, ...
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 3 (6), 380-392, 2022
2652022
Organic nitrogen in the atmosphere—Where does it come from? A review of sources and methods
JN Cape, SE Cornell, TD Jickells, E Nemitz
Atmospheric Research 102 (1), 30-48, 2011
2482011
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