Emilie Anna Lucille Lindkvist
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Capturing emergent phenomena in social-ecological systems
M Schlüter, LJ Haider, SJ Lade, E Lindkvist, R Martin, K Orach, ...
Ecology and Society 24 (3), 2019
Inequality and the biosphere
M Hamann, K Berry, T Chaigneau, T Curry, R Heilmayr, PJG Henriksson, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 43 (1), 61-83, 2018
Challenges, tasks, and opportunities in modeling agent-based complex systems
L An, V Grimm, A Sullivan, BL Turner Ii, N Malleson, A Heppenstall, ...
Ecological Modelling 457, 109685, 2021
Toward a methodology for explaining and theorizing about social-ecological phenomena
M Schlüter, K Orach, E Lindkvist, R Martin, N Wijermans, Ö Bodin, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 39, 44-53, 2019
Micro-level explanations for emergent patterns of self-governance arrangements in small-scale fisheries—A modeling approach
E Lindkvist, X Basurto, M Schlüter
PloS one 12 (4), e0175532, 2017
Navigating complexities: agent-based modeling to support research, governance, and management in small-scale fisheries
E Lindkvist, N Wijermans, TM Daw, B Gonzalez-Mon, A Giron-Nava, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 733, 2020
Spatial diversification as a mechanism to adapt to environmental changes in small-scale fisheries
B Gonzalez-Mon, Ö Bodin, E Lindkvist, TH Frawley, A Giron-Nava, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 116, 246-257, 2021
Governing the commons beyond harvesting: An empirical illustration from fishing
X Basurto, A Bennett, E Lindkvist, M Schlüter
PLoS One 15 (4), e0231575, 2020
Modeling experiential learning: The challenges posed by threshold dynamics for sustainable renewable resource management
E Lindkvist, J Norberg
Ecological Economics 104, 107-118, 2014
The interplay between top-down interventions and bottom-up self-organization shapes opportunities for transforming self-governance in small-scale fisheries
M Schlüter, E Lindkvist, X Basurto
Marine Policy 128, 104485, 2021
Visualization of causation in social-ecological systems
T Banitz, T Hertz, LG Johansson, E Lindkvist, R Martinez Pena, ...
Ecology & Society 27 (1), 2022
Untangling social–ecological interactions: A methods portfolio approach to tackling contemporary sustainability challenges in fisheries
E Lindkvist, KE Pellowe, SM Alexander, E Drury O'Neill, EM Finkbeiner, ...
Fish and Fisheries 23 (5), 1202-1220, 2022
Modeling agent decision and behavior in the light of data science and artificial intelligence
L An, V Grimm, Y Bai, A Sullivan, BL Turner II, N Malleson, A Heppenstall, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 166, 105713, 2023
Strategies for sustainable management of renewable resources during environmental change
E Lindkvist, Ö Ekeberg, J Norberg
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1850), 20162762, 2017
Model-derived causal explanations are inherently constrained by hidden assumptions and context: The example of Baltic cod dynamics
T Banitz, M Schlüter, E Lindkvist, S Radosavljevic, LG Johansson, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 156, 105489, 2022
Fish provision in a changing environment: The buffering effect of regional trade networks
B González-Mon, E Lindkvist, Ö Bodin, JA Zepeda-Domínguez, ...
Plos one 16 (12), e0261514, 2021
Agent-based modelling
M Schlüter, E Lindkvist, N Wijermans, G Polhill
The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods for Social-Ecological Systems, 383, 2021
Dynamical systems modeling for structural understanding of social-ecological systems: A primer
S Radosavljevic, T Banitz, V Grimm, LG Johansson, E Lindkvist, ...
Ecological Complexity 56, 101052, 2023
Triple Bottom Line or Trilemma? Global Tradeoffs Between Prosperity, Inequality, and the Environment
T Wu, JC Rocha, K Berry, T Chaigneau, M Hamann, E Lindkvist, J Qiu, ...
World Development 178, 106595, 2024
Eliciting the plurality of causal reasoning in social-ecological systems research
T Hertz, R Martínez-Peńa, S Radosavljevic, E Lindkvist, LG Johansson, ...
Ecology and Society 29 (1), 2024
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