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Ph.D., Adjunct professor Soile Kulmala
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Theories and behavioural drivers underlying fleet dynamics models
IE Van Putten, S Kulmala, O Thébaud, N Dowling, KG Hamon, T Hutton, ...
Fish and Fisheries 13 (2), 216-235, 2012
2542012
Growing into interdisciplinarity: how to converge biology, economics, and social science in fisheries research?
P Haapasaari, S Kulmala, S Kuikka
Ecology and Society 17 (1), 2012
1022012
Integration of biological, economic, and sociological knowledge by Bayesian belief networks: the interdisciplinary evaluation of potential management plans for Baltic salmon
P Levontin, S Kulmala, P Haapasaari, S Kuikka
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (3), 632-638, 2011
762011
Marine and coastal ecosystem services on the science–policy–practice nexus: challenges and opportunities from 11 European case studies
EG Drakou, C Kermagoret, C Liquete, A Ruiz-Frau, K Burkhard, AI Lillebø, ...
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2017
682017
Reconciling economic and biological modeling of migratory fish stocks: Optimal management of the Atlantic salmon fishery in the Baltic Sea
S Kulmala, M Laukkanen, C Michielsens
Ecological Economics 64 (4), 716-728, 2008
612008
Bridging the gap between ecosystem service indicators and ecosystem accounting in Finland
TY Lai, J Salminen, JP Jäppinen, S Koljonen, L Mononen, E Nieminen, ...
Ecological modelling 377, 51-65, 2018
592018
Individual transferable quotas in the Baltic Sea herring fishery: a socio-bioeconomic analysis
S Kulmala, H Peltomäki, M Lindroos, P Söderkultalahti, S Kuikka
Fisheries Research 84 (3), 368-377, 2007
492007
Price vs. value of marine monitoring
H Nygård, S Oinonen, HA Hällfors, M Lehtiniemi, E Rantajärvi, L Uusitalo
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 205, 2016
402016
Valuing Marine Ecosystems-Taking into account the value of ecosystem benefits in the Blue Economy
M Austen, P Andersen, C Armstrong, R Döring, S Hynes, H Levrel, ...
MarXiv, 2019
332019
The economic benefits of achieving Good Environmental Status in the Finnish marine waters of the Baltic Sea
E Nieminen, H Ahtiainen, CJ Lagerkvist, S Oinonen
Marine Policy 99, 181-189, 2019
312019
Toward integrative management advice of water quality, oil spills, and fishery in the Gulf of Finland: A Bayesian approach
M Rahikainen, I Helle, P Haapasaari, S Oinonen, S Kuikka, J Vanhatalo, ...
Ambio 43, 115-123, 2014
272014
TEEB Nordic case: Ecosystem services provided by Baltic salmon – a regional perspective to the socio-economic benefits associated with a keystone migratory species
S Kulmala, P Haapasaari, T Karjalainen, S Kuikka, T Pakarinen, ...
Socio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries …, 2013
27*2013
Comparing economic and biological management objectives in the commercial Baltic salmon fisheries
M Holma, M Lindroos, A Romakkaniemi, S Oinonen
Marine Policy 100, 207-214, 2019
262019
Assessing costs and benefits of measures to achieve good environmental status in European regional seas: Challenges, opportunities, and lessons learnt
T Börger, S Broszeit, H Ahtiainen, JP Atkins, D Burdon, T Luisetti, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 192, 2016
262016
Cost-effective marine protection-a pragmatic approach
S Oinonen, K Hyytiäinen, L Ahlvik, M Laamanen, V Lehtoranta, J Salojärvi, ...
PloS one 11 (1), e0147085, 2016
252016
Use of economic incentives to manage fisheries bycatch: An application to key sectors in Australia’s Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fisheries
T Hutton, O Thebaud, B Fulton, S Pascoe, J Innes, S Kulmala, M Tudman
Unpublished manuscript, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, 2010
182010
The economics of conflicting interests: northern Baltic salmon fishery adaption to gray seal abundance
M Holma, M Lindroos, S Oinonen
Natural Resource Modeling 27 (3), 275-299, 2014
172014
Atlantic Salmon Fishery in the Baltic Sea — A Case of Trivial Cooperation?
S Kulmala, P Levontin, M Lindroos, P Pintassilgo
Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3 (1-2), 121-147, 2013
162013
Participatory systematic mapping as a tool to identify gaps in ecosystem services research: insights from a Baltic Sea case study
TK Kuhn, S Oinonen, J Trentlage, S Riikonen, S Vikström, B Burkhard
Ecosystem Services 48, 101237, 2021
142021
Phytoplankton community succession and dynamics using optical approaches
GM Fragoso, G Johnsen, MS Chauton, F Cottier, I Ellingsen
Continental Shelf Research 213, 104322, 2021
142021
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