Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research - an opportunity for redirection

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Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research - an opportunity for redirection. / Hermans, Kathleen; Berger, Elisabeth; Biber-Freudenberger, Lisa; Bossenbroek, Lisa; Ebeler, Laura; Groth, Juliane; Hack, Jochen; Hanspach, Jan; Hintz, Kendisha Soekardjo; Kimengsi, Jude Ndzifon; Kwong, Yim Ming Connie; Oakes, Robert; Pagogna, Raffaella; Plieninger, Tobias; Sterly, Harald; van der Geest, Kees; van Vliet, Jasper; Wiederkehr, Charlotte.

in: GAIA, Jahrgang 30, Nr. 2, 15.07.2021, S. 72-76.

Publikation: Beiträge in ZeitschriftenÜbersichtsarbeitenForschung

Harvard

Hermans, K, Berger, E, Biber-Freudenberger, L, Bossenbroek, L, Ebeler, L, Groth, J, Hack, J, Hanspach, J, Hintz, KS, Kimengsi, JN, Kwong, YMC, Oakes, R, Pagogna, R, Plieninger, T, Sterly, H, van der Geest, K, van Vliet, J & Wiederkehr, C 2021, 'Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research - an opportunity for redirection', GAIA, Jg. 30, Nr. 2, S. 72-76. https://doi.org/10.14512/GAIA.30.2.3

APA

Hermans, K., Berger, E., Biber-Freudenberger, L., Bossenbroek, L., Ebeler, L., Groth, J., Hack, J., Hanspach, J., Hintz, K. S., Kimengsi, J. N., Kwong, Y. M. C., Oakes, R., Pagogna, R., Plieninger, T., Sterly, H., van der Geest, K., van Vliet, J., & Wiederkehr, C. (2021). Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research - an opportunity for redirection. GAIA, 30(2), 72-76. https://doi.org/10.14512/GAIA.30.2.3

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Hermans K, Berger E, Biber-Freudenberger L, Bossenbroek L, Ebeler L, Groth J et al. Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research - an opportunity for redirection. GAIA. 2021 Jul 15;30(2):72-76. https://doi.org/10.14512/GAIA.30.2.3

Bibtex

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title = "Crisis-induced disruptions in place-based social-ecological research - an opportunity for redirection",
abstract = "Place-based research faces multiple threats, including both natural and global health hazards and political conflicts, which may disrupt fieldwork. The current COVID-19 pandemic shows how these threats can drastically affect social-ecological research activities given its engagement with different local stakeholders, disciplines, and knowledge systems. The crisis reveals the need for adaptive research designs while also providing an opportunity for a structural shift towards a more sustainable and inclusive research landscape. ",
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author = "Kathleen Hermans and Elisabeth Berger and Lisa Biber-Freudenberger and Lisa Bossenbroek and Laura Ebeler and Juliane Groth and Jochen Hack and Jan Hanspach and Hintz, {Kendisha Soekardjo} and Kimengsi, {Jude Ndzifon} and Kwong, {Yim Ming Connie} and Robert Oakes and Raffaella Pagogna and Tobias Plieninger and Harald Sterly and {van der Geest}, Kees and {van Vliet}, Jasper and Charlotte Wiederkehr",
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language = "English",
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journal = "GAIA",
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