Sturle Hauge Simonsen from Stockholm Resilience Centre has told me that you can freely download Centre seminars and presentations from iTunes. Many shorter presentations are available on YouTube.
Speakers in the iTunes talks includes a diverse group of well known scientists such as Elinor Ostrom, Buzz Holling, Claire Kremen, Pavan Sukhdev, Frances Westley, Terry Hughes, Karen O’Brien, and Johan Rockström. In total there are over 50 talks by a multi-disciplinary set of sustainability science researchers, including me.
You can download iTunes for free here. Once you have downloaded and opended iTunes, you can find all the SRC’s lectures and seminars by going to the iTunes store, going to podcasts, and searching for Stockholm Resilience Centre in the top right corner of iTunes.
Research addressing ecosystem services is rapidly increasing.
Growth in number of papers on ecosystem services since 1990
The graph shows increases in the number of papers following publications of Daily’s Nature’s services in 1997 and the MA in 2005.
Note: the graph is based on searching ISI web of science using the terms ecological or ecosystem service(s). It includes many papers that mention ecosystem services, but don’t substantially address them.
The top five journals in which these papers are published (and the number of papers) are:
- ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS (161)
- PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (50)
- ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS (43)
- FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT (43)
- ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY (42)
With more than 1 500 citations, the most cited paper on ecosystem services is the controversial 1997 Nature paper by Bob Costanza et al The value of the world’s ecosystem services and natural capital.
The most cited paper published between 2000-2004, with over 400 citations, was David Tilman et al’s 2001 Science paper Forecasting agriculturally driven global environmental change.
While the most cited paper published between 2005-2009, with more than 300 citations, was the controversial paper (but not for its ecosystem service part) was the Boris Worm et al Science paper Impacts of biodiversity loss on ocean ecosystem services.
Overall the people who have published the most papers related to ecosystem services are:
- Robert Costanza (30)
- Carl Folke (30)
- Claire Kremen (22)
- Gretchen Daily (20)
- Teja Tscharntke (20)