SUPER - MSc Projects

MSc projects within the SUPER-project:


Description

Martina Berg (2009). Land-use change and Ecosystem Services– A study of horses and its manifestation in the peri-urban landscape of Stockholm. Master Thesis, Systems Ecology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, pp. 30. Supervisor: Stephan Barthel.
 

Pim Bendt (2010). Social learning and diversity of practice in community gardens in Berlin. Master Thesis, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Stockholm, pp. 73. Supervisor: Stephan Barthel. Co-supervisor: J. Colding. Date of presentation: September 29, 2010.
 

Jenny Blomberg. (2010). Business sites and local green areas-a case study at business sites in Stockholm. Master Thesis, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Stockholm, pp. 43. Supervisor: Stephan Barthel.
 

Ayse Ozyetgin. Urban Resilience Concept and Housing Transformation in Sultanbeyli : An Illegally Developed Settlement of the Omerli Watershed. Supervisor: Azime Tezer. Date of presentation: December 2010.
 

Bovekerk E, Hereijgers R (2009). Business areas & Biodiversity: A design study on the possibilities for a synergie between Mixed use business areas and biodiversity. Master-thesis Landscape Architecture, Wageningen University. Supervisors: Robbert Snep and Sanda Lenzholzer
 

Cadée M (2009). Exploring the contribution of business site habitats to surrounding ecological networks. Master-thesis Free University, Amsterdam. Super visor: Robbert Snep
 

Marnie Graham (2010). Open Space or Natural Place? The Politics, Perceptions and Practices of Place-Making in Urban Co-Management, Macassar Dunes, South Africa. Master Thesis, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Stockholm, pp. 85. Supervisor: Henrik Ernstson.
 

Elin Israelsson. (2010). Mind the Gap: People-Centered Biodiversity Conservation in Policy and Practice in Cape Town, South Africa. Master Thesis, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Stockholm, pp. 62. Supervisor: Henrik Ernstson.
 

Andela M, Willems R (2010) Local landscapes impact of European planning policies on renewable energy. An international comparison between casestudies in the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark.. Master thesis Land Use planning and Landscape Architecture Wageningen University. Supervisors Wim van der Knaap, Sven Stremke
 

Josefina Oddsberg. An analysis of the potential of local stewardship as a management mode for increasing and enhancing ecosystem services in urban landscapes. Master Thesis in Ecosystems, Governance and Globalisation (EGG) Master’s Programme, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University 2010/2011 (ongoing). Supervisor: Johan Colding.

Bachelor thesis
Benson, L. (2009). Social and Political Aspects of Urban Ecology: Possibilities and Constraints for Civic Actors to Influence Urban Green Area Planning at Årstafältet, Stockholm. Degree project, 30 hp (magisteruppsats), Dept of Systems Ecology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, pp. 39. Supervisor: Henrik Ernstson.