Publikationen

- Buck BH, Krause G (2013) Short Expertise on the Potential Combination of Aquaculture with Marine-Based Renewable Energy Systems. SeaKult-Sustainable Futures in the Marine Realm. Expertise für das WBGU-Hauptgutachten „Welt im Wandel: Menschheitserbe Meer”. Wissenschaftlicher Beirat der Bundesregierung Globale Umweltveränderungen (WBGU). 58 pp

- Ferse SCA, Knittweis L, Krause G, Maddusila A, Glaser M (2012) Livelihoods of Ornamental Coral Fishermen in South Sulawesi/Indonesia: Implications for Management. Coastal Management 40: 525-555

- Glaser M, Krause G, Halliday A, Glaeser B (2012) Towards Global Sustainabilioty Analysis in the Anthropocene. In: Glaser M, Krause G, Ratter BMW, Welp B (Eds.). Human-Nature Interactions in the Anthropocene Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis. Routledge, Taylor & Francis. 13-33

- Glaser M, Ratter BMW, Krause G, Welp B (2012) New Approaches to the Analysis of Human-Nature relations. In: Glaser M, Krause G, Ratter BMW, Welp B (Eds.). Human-Nature Interactions in the Anthropocene Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis. Routledge, Taylor & Francis. 3-12

- Krause G, Welp B (2012) Systems Thinking and Social Learning for Sustainability. In: Glaser M, Krause G, Ratter BMW, Welp B (Eds.). Human-Nature Interactions in the Anthropocene Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis. Routledge, Taylor & Francis. 13-33

- Rosenthal H, Costa-Pierce BA, Krause G, Buck BH (2012) Bremerhaven Declaration on the Future of Global Open Ocean Aquaculture, Part I: Preamble and Recommendations. Aquaculture Forum on Open Ocean Aquaculture Development - From visions to reality: the future of offshore farming. Funded by: Investment in sustainable fisheries co-financed by the European Union (European Fisheries Fund – EFF), Ministry of Economics, Labour and Ports (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen), The Bremerhaven Economic Development Company Ltd., 4 pp.

- Rosenthal H, Costa-Pierce BA, Krause G, Buck BH (2012) Bremerhaven Declaration on the Future of Global Open Ocean Aquaculture - Part II: Recommendations on Subject Areas and Justifications. Aquaculture Forum on Open Ocean Aquaculture Development - From visions to reality: the future of offshore farming. Funded by: Investment in sustainable fisheries co-financed by the European Union (European Fisheries Fund – EFF), Ministry of Economics, Labour and Ports (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen), The Bremerhaven Economic Development Company Ltd., 8 pp.

- Krause G, Griffin RM, Buck BH (2011) Perceived Concerns and Advocated Organisational Structures of Ownership Supporting ,Offshore Wind Farm – Mariculture Integration’. In: Krause G (ed.) From Turbine to Wind Farms: Technical Requirements and Spin Off Products. InTech, Open Access Publisher, Rijeka, Croatia. 203-218

- Ladenburg J, Krause G (2011) Local Attitudes towards Wind Power: The Effect of Prior Experience. In: Krause G (ed.) From Turbine to Wind Farms: Technical Requirements and Spin Off Products. InTech, Open Access Publisher, Rijeka, Croatia. 203-218

- Michler-Cieluch, T., Krause, G. and Buck, B. H. (2009) Marine Aquaculture within Offshore Wind Farms: Social Aspects of Multiple-Use Planning, GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, 18 (2): 158-162

- Krause G, Bock M, Weiers S, Braun G (2004) Mapping Land-Cover and Mangrove Structures with Remote Sensing Techniques: A Contribution to a Synoptic GIS in Support of Coastal Management in North Brazil. Environmental Management, 34 (3): 429-440

BÜCHER

- Glaser M, Krause G, Ratter BMW, Welp B (Eds.) (2012) Human-Nature Interactions in the Anthropocene Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis. Routledge, Taylor & Francis. 248 pp
www.routledge.com

- Krause G (Ed.) (2011) From Turbine to Wind Farms: Technical requirements and spin-off products. InTech. 218 pp
www.intechopen.com 

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