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Magnuszewski, P., Ostasiewicz, K., Chazdon, R., Salk, C., Pajak, M. & Sendzimir, J. (2015). Resilience and alternative stable states of tropical forest landscapes under shifting cultivation regimes. PLoS ONE 10 (9): e0137497. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0137497.

Linnerooth-Bayer, J., Dubel, A., Sendzimir, J. & Hochrainer-Stigler, S. (2015). Challenges for mainstreaming climate change into EU flood and drought policy: Water retention measures in the Warta River Basin, Poland. Regional Environmental Change 15 (6): 1011-1023. DOI:10.1007/s10113-014-0643-7.

Kok, K., Baerlund, I., Floerke, M. & Sendzimir, J. (2015). European participatory scenario development: Strengthening the link between stories and models. Climatic Change 128 (3): 187-200. DOI:10.1007/s10584-014-1143-y.

McGowan, K.A., Westley, F., Fraser, E.D.G., Loring, P.A., Weathers, K.C., Avelino, F., Sendzimir, J., Chowdhury, R.R. & Moore, M.-L. (2014). The research journey: Travels across the idiomatic and axiomatic toward a better understanding of complexity. Ecology and Society 19 (3): no.27. DOI:10.5751/ES-06518-190337.

Butz, W.P., Lutz, W. & Sendzimir, J. (2014). Special Feature, "Education and Differential Vulnerability to Natural Disasters". Ecology and Society

Pahl-Wostl, C., Becker, G., Knieper, C. & Sendzimir, J. (2013). How multilevel societal learning processes facilitate transformative change: A comparative case study analysis on flood management. Ecology and Society 18 (4): no.58. DOI:10.5751/ES-05779-180458.

Damm, A., Eberhard, K., Sendzimir, J. & Patt, A. (2013). Perception of landslides risk and responsibility: A case study in eastern Styria, Austria. Natural Hazards 69 (1): 165-183. DOI:10.1007/s11069-013-0694-y.

Halbe, J., Pahl-Wostl, C., Sendzimir, J. & Adamowski, J. (2013). Towards adaptive and integrated management paradigms to meet the challenges of water governance. Water Science & Technology DOI:10.2166/wst.2013.146.

Kolasa, J., Allen, C.R., Sendzimir, J. & Stow, C.A. (2012). Predictions and retrodictions of the hierarchical representation of habitat in heterogeneous environments. Ecological Modelling 245: 199-207. DOI:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.03.030.

Westley, F., Olsson, P., Folke, C., Homer-Dixon, T., Vredenburg, H., Loorbach, D., Thompson, J., Nilsson, M., Lambin, E., Sendzimir, J., Banerjee, B., Galaz, V. & van der Leeuw, S. (2011). Tipping toward sustainability: Emerging pathways of transformation. Ambio 40 (7): 762-780. DOI:10.1007/s13280-011-0186-9.

Stefanska, J., Magnuszewski, P., Sendzimir, J., Romaniuk, P., Taillieu, T., Dubel, A., Flachner, Z. & Balogh, P. (2011). A gaming exercise to explore problem-solving versus relational activities for river floodplain management. Environmental Policy and Governance 21 (6): 454-471. DOI:10.1002/eet.586.

Fraser, E.D.G., Dougill, A.J., Hubacek, K., Quinn, C.H., Sendzimir, J. & Termansen, M. (2011). Assessing vulnerability to climate change in dryland livelihood systems: Conceptual challenges and interdisciplinary solutions. Ecology and Society 16 (3): art.3. DOI:10.5751/ES-03402-160303.

Sendzimir, J., Reij, C.P. & Magnuszewski, P. (2011). Rebuilding resilience in the Sahel: Regreening in the Maradi and Zinder regions of Niger. Ecology and Society 16 (3) DOI:10.5751/ES-04198-160301.

Kok, K., van Vliet, M., Baerlund, I., Dubel, A. & Sendzimir, J. (2011). Combining participative backcasting and exploratory scenario development: Experiences from the SCENES project. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78 (5): 835-851. DOI:10.1016/j.techfore.2011.01.004.

Sendzimir, J., Flachner, Z., Pahl-Wostl, C. & Knieper, C. (2010). Stalled regime transition in the upper Tisza River Basin: The dynamics of linked action situations. Environmental Science & Policy 13 (7): 604-619. DOI:10.1016/j.envsci.2010.09.005.

Pahl-Wostl, C., Sendzimir, J. & Jeffrey, P. (2009). Resources management in transition (Guest Editorial). Ecology and Society 14 (1): no.46.

Eakin, H., Winkels, A. & Sendzimir, J. (2009). Nested vulnerability: Exploring cross-scale linkages and vulnerability teleconnections in Mexican and Vietnamese coffee systems. Environmental Science & Policy 12 (4): 398-412. DOI:10.1016/j.envsci.2008.09.003.

Ostasiewicz, K., Tyc, M.H., Radosz, A., Magnuszewski, P., Goliczewski, P., Hetman, P. & Sendzimir, J. (2008). Multistability of impact, utility and threshold concepts of binary choice models. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 387 (25): 6337-6352. DOI:10.1016/j.physa.2008.08.006.

Kaemaeri, J., Alcamo, J., Baerlund, I., Duel, H., Farquharson, F., Floerke, M., Fry, M., Houghton-Carr, H., Kabat, P., Kaljonen, M., Kok, K., Meijer, K.S., Rekolainen, S., Sendzimir, J., Varjopuro, R. & Villars, N. (2008). Envisioning the future of water in Europe - The SCENES project. E-WAter 2008 (3): 1-28.

Sendzimir, J., Magnuszewski, P., Flachner, Z., Balogh, P., Molnar, G., Sarvari, A. & Nagy, Z. (2008). Assessing the resilience of a river management regime: Informal learning in a shadow network in the Tisza River Basin. Ecology and Society 13 (1): art.11.

Pahl-Wostl, C., Sendzimir, J., Jeffrey, P., Aerts, J.C.J.H., Berkamp, G. & Cross, K. (2008). Managing change toward adaptive water management through social learning. Ecology and Society 12 (2): art.30.

Sendzimir, J., Magnuszewski, P., Balogh, P. & Vari, A. (2007). Anticipatory modeling of biocomplexity in the Tisza River Basin: First steps to establish a participatory adaptive framework. Environmental Modelling & Software 22 (5): 599-609. DOI:10.1016/j.envsoft.2005.12.032.

Prell, C., Hubacek, K., Reed, M., Quinn, C., Jin, N., Holden, J., Burt, T., Kirby, M. & Sendzimir, J. (2007). If you have a hammer everything looks like a nail: traditional versus participatory model building. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 32 (3): 263-282. DOI:10.1179/030801807X211720.

Martin, L.A., Magnuszewski, P., Sendzimir, J., Rydzak, F., Komorowski, H., Lewandowska-Czarnecka, A., Wojanowska, J., Krolikowska, K. & Lasut, A. (2007). Microworld gaming of a local agricultural production chain in Poland. Simulation & Gaming 38 (2): 211-232. DOI:10.1177/1046878107300663.

Krolikowska, K., Kronenberg, J., Maliszewska, K., Sendzimir, J., Magnuszewski, P., Dunajski, A. & Slodka, A. (2007). Role-playing simulation as a communication tool in community dialogue: Karkonosze Mountains case study. Simulation & Gaming 38 (2): 195-210. DOI:10.1177/1046878107300661.

Magnuszewski, P., Sendzimir, J. & Kronenberg, K. (2005). Conceptual modeling for adaptive environmental assessment and management in the Barycz Valley, Lower Silesia, Poland. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2 (2): 194-203. DOI:10.3390/ijerph2005020001.

Sendzimir, J., Balogh, P. & Vari, A. (2004). Experimental design framework to restore ecological services and economic resilience in the Tisza River Basin. Forstliche Schriftenreihe an der Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien 18: 1-32.

Weichselgartner, J. & Sendzimir, J. (2004). Resolving the paradox: Food for thought on the wider dimensions of natural disasters. Mountain Research and Development 24 (1): 4-9.

Sendzimir, J., Light, S. & Szymanowska, K. (1999). Adaptive understanding and management for floods. Environments 27 (1): 115-136.

Book Section

Pahl-Wostl, C., Jeffrey, P. & Sendzimir, J. (2010). Adaptive and integrated management of water resources. In: Water Resources, Planning and Management. Eds. Grafton, R.Q. & Hussey, K., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521762588

Krolikowska, K., Magnuszewski, P., Magnuszewska, J. & Sendzimir, J. (2008). Dynamics of sustainable development - Karkonosze Mountains and Odra River Valley in Poland. In: Learning for a Sustainable Future: Innovative Solutions from the Baltic Sea Region. Eds. Rohweder, L. & Virtanen, A., Uppsala: Baltic University Press. ISBN 978-91-976494-3-8

Stow, C. & Sendzimir, J. (2008). Evaluating the textural discontinuity hypothesis: A case for adaptive inference. In: Discontinuities in Ecosystems and Other Complex Systems. Eds. Allen, C.R. & Holling, C.S., New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-14444-5

Sendzimir, J. (2008). Patterns of landscape structure, by discontinuity. In: Discontinuities in Ecosystems and Other Complex Systems. Eds. Allen, C.R. & Holling, C.S., New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-14444-5

Sendzimir, J. & Flachner, Z. (2007). Exploiting ecological disturbance. In: Farming with Nature: The Science and Practice of Ecoagriculture. Eds. Scherr, S.J. & McNeely, J.A., Washington D.C.: Island Press. ISBN 9781597261272

Sendzimir, J., Magnuszewski, P., Balogh, P. & Vari, A. (2006). Adaptive management to restore ecological and economic resilience in the Tisza River Basin. In: Reflexive Governance For Sustainable Development. Eds. Voss, J-P., Bauknecht, D. & Kemp, R., Cheltenham Glos: Edward Elgar. ISBN 978

Sendzimir, J. (2004). Patterns of landscape structure, mammal phylogeny and body size. In: The Role of Biodiversity Conservation in the Transition to Rural Sustainability. Eds. Light, S., NATO Science Series: Science & Technology Policy. ISBN 1

Sendzimir, J., Balogh, P., Vari, A. & Lantos, T. (2004). The Tisza River Basin: Slow change leads to sudden crisis. In: The Role of Biodiversity Conservation in the Transition to Rural Sustainability. Eds. Light, S., NATO Science Series: Science & Technology Policy. ISBN 1

Light, S., Serafin, R., O'Riordan, T., Bochniarz, Z., Sendzimir, J. & Blann, K. (2004). The role of biodiversity conservation in rural sustainability: An introduction. In: The Role of Biodiversity Conservation in the Transition to Rural Sustainability. Eds. Light, S., NATO Science Series: Science & Technology Policy. ISBN 1

Sendzimir, J., Allen, C.R., Gunderson, L. & Stow, C. (2002). Implications of body mass patterns for ecosystem conservation and wildlife management. In: Landscape Ecology and Resource Management: Linking Theory with Practice. Eds. Bissonette, J. & Storch, I., Washington: Island Press.

Monograph

Butz, W.P., Lutz, W. & Sendzimir, J. (2014). Education and Differential Vulnerability to Natural Disasters. IIASA Research Report (Reprint). IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: RP-14-001

Linnerooth-Bayer, J., Dubel, A., Damurski, J., Schroeter, D. & Sendzimir, J. (2013). Climate change mainstreaming in agriculture: Natural water retention measures for flood and drought risk management. IIASA Policy Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: XQ-13-805

Other

Sendzimir, J., Slezak, G., Ouedraogo, R., Magnuszewski, P., Oueda, A., Nianogo, A., Moog, O., Pelochek, F., Salvadogo, L., Toe, P., Zerbo, H. & Mechler, R. (2015). A synthetic overview of the SUSFISH project (Sustainable Management of Water and Fish Resources in Burkina Faso): society meets ecology. Final Report. Vienne, APPEAR, 2015, 80 p.

Linnerooth-Bayer, J., Dubel, J. & Sendzimir, J. (2013). Report on integrated options for reducing risk/vulnerability (adaptation) that take account of mitigation. Deliverable 4.3, FP7 RESPONSES Project - European Responses to Climate Change (February 2013)

Linnerooth-Bayer, J., Dubel, J., Hochrainer-Stigler, S., Kryda, S., Lschewski, L. & Sendzimir, J. (2013). Impact analysis of climate change on drought/flood risk, and relevant non-climate policies and their implementation, and consequences for agriculture and ecosystems. Deliverable 4.2, FP7 RESPONSES Project - European Responses to Climate Change (26 January 2013)

Sendzimir, J., Dubel, J., Linnerooth-Bayer, J., Damurski, J. & Schroeter, D. (2013). Assessment of the costs, risks and benefits of selected integrated policy options to adapt to flood and drought in the water and agricultural sectors of the Warta River Basin. Deliverable 4.5, FP7 RESPONSES Project - European Responses to Climate Change

Magnuszewski, P., Sendzimir, J. & Dubel, A. (2010). Conceptual framework for integrated analysis of European water resources. Deliverable 2.9, SCENES (Water Scenarios for Europe and for Neighbouring States), Wageningen University, Netherlands

Dubel, A., Magnuszewski, P., Sendzimir, J., Krolikowska, K. & Jamontt-Skotis, M. (2010). Final draft of all Causal Loop Diagrams. Deliverable 2.8, SCENES (Water Scenarios for Europe and for Neighbouring States), Wageningen University, Netherlands

Kok, K., van Vliet, M., Baerlund, I., Sendzimir, J. & Dubel, A. (2010). Pan-European backcasting exercise, enriched with regional perspective, and including a list of short-term policy options. Deliverable 2.10, SCENES (Water Scenarios for Europe and for Neighbouring States), Wageningen University, Netherlands

Kok, K., van Vliet, M., Baerlund, I., Sendzimir, J. & Dubel, A. (2009). First ("first-order") draft of pan-European European storylines - Results from the second pan-European stakeholder workshop. Deliverable 2.6, SCENES (Water Scenarios for Europe and for Neighbouring States), Wageningen University, Netherlands

Lasut, A., van Vliet, M., Kok, K. & Sendzimir, J. (2008). Review of Regional and Pilot Area Consultations and Consistency of Scenario Development Approaches. Deliverable 2.3, SCENES (Water Scenarios for Europe and for Neighbouring States), Wageningen University, Netherlands

Sendzimir, J. & Weichselgartner, J. (2003). Enhancing Short-term Responses with Larger-scale Perspectives. Paper presented at the PERI Symposium "Toward an International System Model in Emergency Management," 22-26 September 2003, Public Entity Risk Institute, Fairfax, VA, USA [2003]

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