His primary areas of study are Coral reef, Environmental resource management, Ecology, Ecosystem services and Ecology. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Ecosystem and Coral reef. Albert V. Norström has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Social change, Stewardship, Sustainability and Environmental planning.
His Sustainability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecological resilience, Ecological systems theory and Natural capital. His Resilience of coral reefs and Environmental impact assessment study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ecology, is frequently linked to Transformative learning, Biological sciences and Dystopia, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Ecology research incorporates elements of Sustainable development, Environmental change and Disturbance.
Albert V. Norström focuses on Environmental resource management, Sustainability, Ecosystem services, Coral reef and Ecology. The various areas that Albert V. Norström examines in his Environmental resource management study include Ecological systems theory, Land use, Social change, Ecology and Marine ecosystem. His studies deal with areas such as Sustainable development, Natural resource economics, Food systems and Environmental planning as well as Sustainability.
His work carried out in the field of Coral reef brings together such families of science as Ecosystem, Disturbance, Fishing, Reef and Benthic zone. His Disturbance research incorporates themes from Ordination, Environmental change and Archipelago. When carried out as part of a general Ecology research project, his work on Resilience of coral reefs, Coral and Ecological resilience is frequently linked to work in Transformative learning, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sustainability, Ecosystem services, Environmental planning, Anthropocene and Context. Albert V. Norström combines subjects such as Human development and Sustainable development with his study of Sustainability. His research integrates issues of Reef, Global change, Benthic zone and Environmental resource management in his study of Ecosystem services.
His Environmental resource management study frequently involves adjacent topics like Ecology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marine conservation and Natural resource economics. His research in Sustainable management intersects with topics in Coral reef and Ecosystem.
Albert V. Norström mainly focuses on Sustainability, Anthropocene, Quality, Production and Engineering ethics. His Sustainability study incorporates themes from Economic system, Food security and Sustainable development. Albert V. Norström has included themes like Marine conservation, Natural resource economics and Human development in his Anthropocene study.
His Quality investigation overlaps with other areas such as Sustainability research and Set.
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Social-ecological resilience and biosphere-based sustainability science
Carl Folke;Reinette Biggs;Albert V. Norström;Belinda Reyers.
Alternative states on coral reefs: beyond coral–macroalgal phase shifts
Albert V. Norström;Magnus Nyström;Jerker Lokrantz;Carl Folke.
Principles for knowledge co-production in sustainability research
Albert V. Norström;Christopher Cvitanovic;Christopher Cvitanovic;Marie F. Löf;Simon West;Simon West;Simon West.
Bright spots : seeds of a good Anthropocene
Elena M. Bennett;Martin Solan;Reinette Biggs;Reinette Biggs;Timon McPhearson.
Advancing sustainability through mainstreaming a social–ecological systems perspective
Joern Fischer;Toby A Gardner;Elena M Bennett;Patricia Balvanera.
Capturing the cornerstones of coral reef resilience: linking theory to practice
Magnus Nyström;Magnus Nyström;N. A. J. Graham;N. A. J. Graham;Jerker Lokrantz;Jerker Lokrantz;Albert V. Norström;Albert V. Norström.
Coral Reefs (2008)
Studying the complexity of change: toward an analytical framework for understanding deliberate social-ecological transformations
Michele Lee Moore;Ola Tjornbo;Elin Enfors;Corrie Knapp.
Managing resilience to reverse phase shifts in coral reefs
Nicholas A. J. Graham;David R. Bellwood;Joshua E. Cinner;Terry P. Hughes.
Confronting Feedbacks of Degraded Marine Ecosystems
Magnus Nyström;Albert V. Norström;Thorsten Blenckner;Maricela de la Torre-Castro;Maricela de la Torre-Castro.
Mapping bundles of ecosystem services reveals distinct types of multifunctionality within a Swedish landscape
Cibele Queiroz;Megan Meacham;Kristina Richter;Albert V. Norström.
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