Antonio Tironi

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Effective integration in science and knowledge co-production is a challenge that crosses research boundaries, climate regions, languages and cultures. Early career scientists are crucial in the identification of, and engagement with, obstacles and opportunities in the development of innovative solutions to complex and interconnected problems. On 25-31 May(More)
The authors would like to add the following affiliation for Peter Søgaard Jørgensen of paper [1]:   8 International Network of Next-Generation Ecologists, Universitetsparken 15, Building 3, Copenhagen 2100, Denmark[...].
Five days after publication of Heike Vester and Marc Timme’s Correspondence on the potential environmental damage by Chile’s salmon farms (Nature 465, 869; 2010), the Max Planck Society in Munich posted a press release on the ‘Environmental scandal in Chile’ ( This gave rise to media reports that should remind scientists of their(More)
This article introduces a management tool for salmon farming, with a scope in the local sustainability of salmon aquaculture of the Aysen Fjord, Chilean Patagonia. Based on Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) principles, the tool combines a large 3-level nested hydrodynamic model, a particle tracking module and a GIS application into an assessment(More)
There is an urgent need to address interlinked sustainability issues in a world challenged by inequality, finite resources and unprecedented changes across Earth's systems. As Future Earth Fellows 1 , based on our collective expertise in a diverse range of sustainability issues, 2 here we identify a specific need to recognise and respond appropriately to(More)
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