Body size distributions signal a regime shift in a lake ecosystem
Discontinuity analysis provides early warning signal
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The Arctic is changing faster than ever - Arctic Resilience Report launched Nov. 25

The Arctic is changing faster than ever - Arctic Resilience Report launched Nov. 25

Dec 01, 2016

The first comprehensive synthesis and assessment of resilience in the Arctic, written by a team of international researchers.

Loss of key households and cultural ties linked to sharing may impact communities more than resource depletion

Loss of key households and cultural ties linked to sharing may impact communities more than resource depletion

Nov 28, 2016

A recently published paper in PNAS by Jacopo Baggio and colleagues, uses multiplex social ecological network analysis to analyze complex community dynamics in small indigenous communities in Arctic Alaska.

RA Young Scholar  makes the top 30 under 30 for sustainability leadership

RA Young Scholar makes the top 30 under 30 for sustainability leadership

Oct 18, 2016

Marianne Falardeau-Côté, a PhD student at McGill University in Montreal Canada and a Resilience Alliance Young Scholar has been selected as one of Canada's Top 30 leaders under 30 in sustainability in the magazine Corporate Knights (Globe & Mail).

Bright spots: seeds of a good Anthropocene

Bright spots: seeds of a good Anthropocene

Oct 13, 2016

A new paper by Elena Bennett and colleagues challenges dystopian future scenarios with "bright spots"

Post Resilience 2014

Post Resilience 2014

Oct 03, 2016

A perspective paper in E&S and Post Resilience 2014 website that collects conference outputs in one place continues the discussion on resilience and development.

Body size distributions signal a regime shift in a lake ecosystem

Body size distributions signal a regime shift in a lake ecosystem

Sep 14, 2016

A recent paper by Spanbauer & colleagues demonstrates how discontinuities over time in the body size of diatoms signaled a regime shift in a mountain lake 150 years before it happened.

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