Beijer Fellows

Patrik Henriksson | PhD (Ecologist), Researcher

Patrik is a postdoctoral researcher at the Beijer Intistitute of Ecological Economics and Stockholm Resilience Centre. He did his PhD on Asian aquaculture, using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to evaluate the environmental consequences of European seafood imports from Asia. His main research interests are related to identifying and promoting more sustainable aquaculture practices

Patrik Henriksson


Phone + 46 8 673 97 08
Fax + 46 8 15 24 64
Address: The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Science, Box 50005, SE-104 05 Stockholm Sweden


Beijer E-print Series
507 Unpacking factors influencing antimicrobial use in global aquaculture and their implication for management: a review from a systems perspective.
Henriksson, P.G.J., A. Rico, M. Troell, D. H. Klinger, A. H. Buschmann, S. Saksida, M.V. Chadag and W. Zhang. 2017. Sustainability Science DOI 10.1007/s11625-017-0511-8

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503 Ocean space for seafood
Troell, M., M. Jonell, P.J.G. Henriksson. 2017. Nature Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1038/s41559-017-0304-6

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498 Rewiring Food Systems to Enhance Human Health and Biosphere Stewardship
Gordon, L.J., V. Bignet, B. Crona, P. Henriksson, T. van Holt, M. Jonell, T. Lindahl, M. Troell, S. Barthel, L. Deutsch, C. Folke, J. Haider, J. Rockström, and C. Queiroz. 2017. Environmental Research Letters 12:100201

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494 Aquaculture
Troell, M., N. Kautsky, M. Beveridge, P. Henriksson, J. Primavera, P. Rönnbäck, C. Folke, and M. Jonell (2017). In: Reference Module in Life Sciences. Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0-12-809633-8.

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493 Indonesian aquaculture futures: An analysis of fish supply and demand in Indonesia to 2030 and role of aquaculture using the AsiaFish model
Tran, N., U.-P. Rodriguez, C.Y. Chan, M.J. Phillips, C.V. Mohan, P.J.G. Henriksson, S. Koeshendrajana, S. Suri, and S. Hall (2017). Marine Policy 79:25-32.

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490 Environmental impact of non-certified versus certified (ASC) intensive Pangasius aquaculture in Vietnam, a comparison based on a statistically supported LCA
Nhu, T.T., T. Schaubroeck, P.J.G. Henriksson, R. Bosma, P. Sorgeloos, and J. Dewulf (2016). Environmental Pollution 219:156-165.

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485 Indonesian aquaculture futures – Evaluating environmental and socioeconomic potentials and limitations
Henriksson P.J.G., N. Tran, C.V. Mohan, C.Y. Chan, U.-P. Rodriguez, S. Suri, L.D. Mateos, N.B. Priyo Utomo, S. Hall, M.J. Phillips. (2017). Journal of Cleaner Production 162:1482-1490.

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484 Evaluation of Different Aquaculture Feed Ingredients in Indonesia Using Life Cycle Assessment
Henriksson, P.J.G., C.V. Mohan, and M.J. Phillips (2017). Indonesian Journal of Life Cycle Assessment and Sustainability 1(2):13-21.

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483  Benchmarking the environmental performance of best management practice and genetic improvements in Egyptian aquaculture using life cycle assessment
Henriksson, P.J.G., M. Dickson, A.N. Allah, D. Al-Kenawy, and M. Phillips (2017). Aquaculture 468:53-59.

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482 Measures of difference and significance in the era of computer simulations, meta-analysis, and big data
Heijungs, R., P.J.G. Henriksson, and J.B. Guineé (2016). Entropy 18(10):361.

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481 Pre-calculated LCI systems with uncertainties cannot be used in comparative LCA
Heijungs, R., P.J.G. Henriksson, and J.B. Guinée (2017). International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 22(3):461.