Higher-Level Agency and Directionality in Ecology and Earth Science

Papers From This Cluster

Sfara, E. (2022). On hemianopsia, vision and adaptive reactions in organism’s pathological states.

Coutinho, J. G. E. (2022). Modeling ecological systems through interdisciplinary research.

Odd, D., Stoianova, S., Williams, T., Fleming, P., & Luyt, K. (2023). Child Mortality in England During the First 2 Years of the COVID-19 Pandemic. JAMA Network Open, 6(1), e2249191.

Littleton, E. W., Shepherd, A., Harper, A. B., Hastings, A. F. S., Vaughan, N. E., Doelman, J., van Vuuren, D. P., & Lenton, T. M. (2023). Uncertain effectiveness of Miscanthus bioenergy expansion for climate change mitigation explored using land surface, agronomic and integrated assessment models. GCB Bioenergy, gcbb.12982.

Wei, W., Chen, X., Ling, H.-F., Wu, F., Dong, L.-H., Pan, S., Jing, Z., & Huang, F. (2023). Vanadium isotope evidence for widespread marine oxygenation from the late Ediacaran to early Cambrian. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 602, 117942.

Aarts, J., Gerth, E., Ludwig, D., Maat, H., & Macnaghten, P. (2022). The Dutch see Red: (in)formal science advisory bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 9(1), 464.

Pisani, D., Rossi, M. E., Marlétaz, F., & Feuda, R. (2022). Phylogenomics: Is less more when using large-scale datasets? Current Biology, 32(24), R1340–R1342.

Giacomelli, M., Rossi, M. E., Lozano-Fernandez, J., Feuda, R., & Pisani, D. (2022). Resolving tricky nodes in the tree of life through amino acid recoding. IScience, 25(12), 105594.

Lenton, T. M., Boulton, C. A., & Scheffer, M. (2022). Resilience of countries to COVID-19 correlated with trust. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 75.

Results are available as a .csv file. Data and R code are available at GitHub.

Kemp, L., Xu, C., Depledge, J., Ebi, K. L., Gibbins, G., Kohler, T. A., Rockström, J., Scheffer, M., Schellnhuber, H. J., Steffen, W., & Lenton, T. M. (2022). Reply to Bhowmik et al.: Democratic climate action and studying extreme climate risks are not in tension. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(45), e2216034119.