Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Volume 1: Current State and Trends: Appendix B. Authors

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This is Appendix B of the Millenium Ecosystem Assessment report Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Volume 1: Current State and Trends

Appendix B: Authors

Argentina

  • Daniel Cáceres, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

  • Sandra Díaz, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba—CONICET

  • Thomas Kitzberger, Universidad Nacional del Comahue

  • Ernesto Viglizzo, National Institute for Agricultural Technology

Australia

  • Andrew Beattie, Macquarie University

  • Steve Blaber, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

  • Nesa Boopalan Eliezer, Independent Scholar

  • C. Max Finlayson, Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist

  • Alex Hyatt, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

  • Shahbaz Khan, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

  • Roger Leakey, James Cook University

  • Kerrie Wilson, University of Queensland

Austria

  • Ian McCallum, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

  • Sten Nilsson, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

  • Anatoly Shvidenko, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

Botswana

  • Hillary Masundire, University of Botswana

Brazil

  • Tania Braga, Universidade Candido Mendes

  • Ulisses Confalonieri, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz

  • Elaine Elisabetsky, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

  • Gustavo Fonseca, Federal University of Minas Gerais

  • Mauro Galetti, University of Sao Paulo

  • Paulo Lana, Universidade Federal do Paraná

  • Flavio Luizao, INPA-Ecologia

  • Eduardo Marone, Centro de Estudos do Mar

  • Maria Assuncao Silva Dias, Universidade de Sao Paulo

  • Pedro Vasconcelos, Instituto Evandro Chagas

  • Christina Whiteman, Universidade Federal Rural da Amazônia

Burkina Faso

  • Laurent Yameogo, World Health Organisation

Cambodia

  • Sarah Porter, IUCN—The World Conservation Union

Canada

  • W.L. Adamowicz, University of Alberta

  • Zafar Adeel, United Nations University

  • Jacqueline Alder, University of British Columbia

  • Sabrina Barker, Environment Canada

  • Jules Blais, University of Ottawa

  • Villy Christensen, University of British Columbia

  • David Cooper, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity

  • Paola Deda, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity

  • Katia Freire, University of British Columbia

  • Jack Ives, Independent Scholar

  • Tim Johns, McGill University

  • Joseph Kalemani Mulongoy, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity

  • Kristin Kaschner, University of British Columbia

  • Caroline King, United Nations University

  • Adrian Kitchingman, University of British Columbia

  • Peter Leavitt, University of Regina

  • Randy Milton, Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources

  • Parastu Mirabzadeh, Independent Scholar

  • Maria-Lourdes Paloma, University of British Columbia

  • Daniel Pauly, University of British Colombia

  • William Rees, University of British Columbia

  • Dave Schindler, University of Alberta

  • Rashid Sumaila, University of British Colombia

  • Ian Thompson, Canadian Forest Service

  • Peter Tyedmers, Dalhousie University

  • Marjo Vierros, Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity

  • Rolf Vinebrooke, University of Alberta

  • Colette Wabnitz, University of British Columbia

  • David Waltner-Toews, University of Guelph

  • Reg Watson, University of British Columbia

  • Boris Worm, Dalhousie University

Chad

  • Mahamat Hassane Idriss, Department of the Environment

China

  • Chen Ma, Peking University

  • Yvonne Sadovy, The University of Hong Kong

  • Tianxiang Yue, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Colombia

  • Juan Restrepo, EAFIT University

  • Maria Rivera, Ministry of the Environment

Costa Rica

  • Edgar Gutierrez-Espeleta, Universidad de Costa Rica

Denmark

  • Thomas Theis Nielsen, University of Copenhagen

Ecuador

  • Fander Falconi, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales

Egypt

  • Mohamed Tawfic Ahmed, Suez Canal University

  • Patrick Dugan, WorldFish Center

Estonia

  • Martin Zobel, Tartu University

Finland

  • Bruce Forbes, University of Lapland

  • Pekka Kauppi, University of Helsinki

France

  • Anne-Marie Izac, Agricultural Research Centre for International Development

  • Patrick Lavelle, University of Paris, and Institut de Recherche pour le Développement

  • Jacques Lemoalle, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement

  • Christian Lévêque, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement

  • Michel Meybeck, University of Paris

  • Mechtild Rãssler, UNESCO World Heritage Centre

  • Paul Treguer, University of Brest

  • Luís Vicente, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle

Germany

  • Almut Arneth, Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

  • Wilhelm Barthlott, Nees-Institute for Biodiversity of Plants

  • Victor Brovkin, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

  • Wolfgang Cramer, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

  • Laurens Ganzeveld, Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

  • Johann Goldammer, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

  • Joanna House, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

  • Wolfgang Junk, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Limnologie

  • Karl-Hermann Kock, Federal Research Centre for Fisheries

  • Luis Jose Mata, Center for Development Research, University of Bonn

  • Colin Prentice, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

  • Ulf Riebesell, Institute for Marine Research

  • Klaus Riede, Alexander Koenig

  • Ina Tegen, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

  • Mark Winslow, Desertification, Drought, Poverty and Agriculture (DDPA) Consortium

Ghana

  • Samuel Benin, International Livestock Research Institute
  • Jacob Songsore, University of Ghana

Greece

  • Kostas Stergiou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

India

  • Kavita Iyenga, Asian Development Bank

  • P. Ramakrishnan, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Indonesia

  • Roland Offrell, APRIL Pulp & Paper

Israel

  • Esther Lachman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • Boris Portnov, University of Haifa

  • Uriel Safriel, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Italy

  • Steffen Fritz, EU Joint Research Council

  • Barbara Gemmill, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Richard Grainger, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Thomas Hofer, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • John Latham, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Leslie Lipper, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Joachim Otte, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Stefania Vannuccini, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Ulf Wijkstrom, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Japan

  • Xuemei Bai, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies

  • Peter Marcotullio, United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies

  • Masahiko Ohsawa, University of Tokyo

  • Taikan Oki, University of Tokyo

  • Nophea Kim Phat, University of Hyogo

  • Teiji Watanabe, Hokkaido University

  • Masatoshi Yoshino, United Nations University

Kazakhstan

  • Elena Kreuzberg-Mukhina, The Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC)

Kenya

  • Mohamed Bakarr, World Agroforestry Centre

Kyrgyzstan

  • Vladislav N. Talskikh, Central Asia Transboundary Biodiversity Project,

Laos

  • Alvin Lopez, IUCN—The World Conservation Union

Malaysia

  • Kaw Bing Chua, International Medical University

  • Rebecca D’Cruz, Aonyx Environmental

  • C. Devendra, International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

  • Apsara Ram Gopal, Kshetra Academy

  • Teck Kheng Chua, Sarawak Biodiversity Centre

  • Thayanithi Kulenthran, Greenfields Consulting

  • Poh Sze Choo, WorldFish Center

Mali

  • Barry Shapiro, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics

Mexico

  • Patricia Balvanera Levy, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

  • Rodolfo Dirzo, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

  • John Dixon, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre

  • Jose´ Garcia Caldero´n, UAM-Iztapalapa

  • Guadalupe Lanza Espino, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

  • Manuel Maass, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

  • Eduardo Mestre Rodriguez, Red Latinoamericana de Organizaciones de Cuenca

Morocco

  • Said Hajib, Department of Water, Forests and Land

Namibia

  • Julianne Ziedler, Natuye—Institute for the Environment

Nepal

  • Narpat Singh Jodha, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development

Netherlands

  • Rob Alkemade, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment

  • Bas Amelung, University of Maastricht

  • Joost Brouwer, Brouwer Environmental and Agricultural Consultancy

  • Rudolf de Groot, Wageningen University

  • Ward Hagermeijer, Wetlands International

  • Henk Ketelaars, Water Storage Company Brabantse Biesbosch

  • David Niemeijer, Wageningen University

  • Marcel Silvius, Wetlands International

  • Agnes van den Berg, Wageningen University

  • Dirk Wascher, Alterra—Green World Research

New Zealand

  • Roberta Farrell, University of Waikato

  • Gamini Wijesuriya, Department of Conservation

Nigeria

  • Oladele Osibanjo, University of Ibadan

Norway

  • Erling Berge, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

  • Siri Eriksen, University of Oslo

Pakistan

  • Abid Hussainy, Aga Khan University Institute for Educational Development

  • Syed Saifullah, University of Karachi

Panama

  • Scott Muller, Conservation and Development Strategy Associates

Philippines

  • Jurgenne Primavera, Asian Fisheries Development Centre

  • Juan Pulhin, University of the Philippines

  • Agnes Rola, University of the Philippines

Portugal
Henrique Miguel Pereira, Universidade de Lisboa

Russian Federation

  • N.V. Aladin, Zoological Institute Russian Academy of Sciences

  • I.S. Plotnikov, Zoological Institute Russian Academy of Sciences

  • Sergei Zimov, North East Science Station

Senegal

  • Racine Kane, United Nations Development Programme

Singapore

  • Poh Poh Wong, National University of Singapore

Slovenia

  • Gordana Beltram, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning

South Africa

  • Emma Archer, University of the Witwatersrand

  • Allan Batchelor, B&M Environmental Services (Pty) Ltd

  • William Bond, University of Cape Town

  • George Branch, University of Cape Town

  • Connal Eardley, Agricultural Research Council

  • Rashid Hassan, University of Pretoria

  • Clifford Mutero, International Water Management Institute

  • Belinda Reyers, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

  • Bob Scholes, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

  • Mary Scholes, University of the Witwatersrand

  • Berndt van Rensburg, University of Pretoria

  • Coleen Vogel, University of Witwatersrand

  • Maureen Wolfson, South African National Biodiversity Institute

  • Gina Ziervogel, Dept of Enviro & Geographical Science

Spain

  • Juan Puigdefabregas, Higher Council for Scientific Research

  • Montserrat Vila, Autonomous University of Barcelona

Sri Lanka

  • Felix Amerasinghe, International Water Management Institute

  • Rebecca Tharme, International Water Management Institute

Sweden

  • Terry Callaghan, Abisko Scientific Research Station

  • Torben Christensen, Lunds University

  • Anne-Sophie Cre´pin, The Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics

  • Kjell Danell, Independent Scholar

  • Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm University

  • Carl Folke, Stockholm University

  • Guoyi Han, Stockholm Environment Institute

  • Christer Nilsson, Umea University

  • Reidar Persson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

  • Cathy Reidy, Umea University

Switzerland

  • Robert Bos, World Health Organization

  • Harald Bugmann, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich

  • Nick Davidson, Ramsar Convention on Wetlands

  • Fortunat Joos, University of Bern

  • Christian Ko¨rner, University of Basel

  • Bruno Messerli, University of Bern

  • David Pitt, Independent Scholar

  • Mel Reasoner, Independent Scholar

  • Eva Spehn, Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment, Basel

Tanzania

  • Mwele Malecela-Lazaro, National Medical Research Institute

  • Alan Rodgers, United Nations Development Programme

Thailand

  • Miguel Fortes, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation

Trinidad and Tobago

  • John Agard, University of the West Indies

  • Sherry Heileman, Independent Scholar

Turkey

  • H. Resit Akcakaya, Applied Biomathmatics

Ukraine

  • Petro Lakyda, Ukrainian National Agrarian University

  • Iskandar Mirabdullaev, Independent Scholar

  • Raisa Toryannikova, Independent Scholar

United Kingdom

  • Neville J. Ash, UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre

  • Jonathan Baillie, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London

  • Andrew Balmford, Cambridge University

  • Richard Betts, Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research

  • Nadia Bystriakova, University of Cambridge

  • John Chilton, British Geological Survey

  • Zoe Cokeliss, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London

  • Peter Convey, British Antarctic Survey

  • Sarah Cornell, University of Bristol

  • Peter Daszak, Consortium for Conservation Medicine

  • Ian Douglas, University of Manchester

  • Tom Downing, Stockholm Environment Institute, University of York

  • Rhys Green, Cambridge University

  • Brian Groombridge, UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre

  • Craig Hilton-Taylor, IUCN—The World Conservation Union

  • Joanna House, University of Bristol

  • Sandra Kadungure, University of Leeds

  • Valerie Kapos, UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre

  • Georgina Mace, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London

  • Gordon McGranahan, International Institute for Environment and Development

  • Douglas McNab, Overseas Development Institute

  • David Molyneux, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

  • Dorian Moro, University of Wales

  • Musonda Mumba, University College London

  • Eugene Murphy, British Antarctic Survey

  • Laszlo Nagy, McConnell Associates

  • Mark Nuttall, University of Aberdeen

  • Simon Potts, University of Reading

  • Ghillean Prance, Independent Scholar

  • Jules Pretty, University of Essex

  • Martin Price, Perth College

  • Andy Purvis, Imperial College London

  • David Satterthwaite, International Institute for Environment and Development

  • Marko Scholze, University of Bristol

  • Alison Stattersfield, Birdlife International

  • Kerry ten Kate, Insight Investment

  • Jillian Thonell, UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre

  • Jinliang Wang, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London

  • Andrew Wilby, University of Reading

  • Christoph Zockler, UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre

United States

  • Robin Abell, World Wildlife Fund US

  • Tundi Agardy, Sound Seas

  • Tom Allnutt, World Wildlife Fund US

  • Agustin Arcenas, World Bank

  • Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, University of California, Berkeley

  • Suresh Chandra Babu, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Andrew Bakun, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

  • Deborah Balk, Center for International Earth Science Information Network

  • Charles Barber, U.S. Agency for International Development

  • David Read Barker, LakeNet

  • Jill Baron, Colorado State University

  • Roger Barry, University of Colorado

  • Matt Berman, University of Alaska

  • Charles Birkeland, University of Hawaii

  • Dee Boersma, University of Washington

  • Raymond Bradley, University of Massachusetts

  • Thomas Brooks, Conservation International

  • Sandra Brown, Winrock International

  • Manoel Cardoso, University of New Hampshire

  • Ed Carpenter, San Francisco State University

  • Kenneth Cassman, University of Nebraska

  • Christopher Caudill, University of Idaho

  • Janice Chanson, IUCN–World Conservation Union and Conservation International

  • Terry Chapin, University of Alaska

  • Louis Codispoti, University of Maryland

  • Robert Costanza, University of Vermont

  • Neil Cox, IUCN–World Conservation Union and Conservation International

  • Sara Curran, Princeton University

  • Gretchen Daily, Stanford University

  • Paul Dayton, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

  • Ruth DeFries, University of Maryland

  • Andrew Dobson, Princeton University

  • Ellen Douglas, University of New Hampshire

  • Kirstin Dow, University of South Carolina

  • Hugh Ducklow, College of William and Mary

  • Richard Dugdale, San Francisco State University

  • Laurie Duker, LakeNet

  • Kristie Ebi, Exponent Health Group

  • Simeon Ehui, World Bank

  • Joseph Fargione, University of New Mexico

  • Jon Foley, University of Wisconsin

  • Gustavo Fonseca, Conservation International

  • Joanne Gaskell, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Anna Goddhun, University of Alaska

  • Patrick Gonzalez, The Nature Conservancy

  • Terry Griswold, Utah State University

  • Kirk Hamilton, World Bank

  • Lawrence Hamilton, IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas

  • Drew Harvell, Cornell University

  • Kenneth Hinga, U.S. Department of Agriculture

  • Mike Hoffmann, Conservation International

  • Elisabeth Holland, National Center for Atmospheric Research

  • George Hurtt, Univeristy of New Hampshire

  • Lloyd Irland, The Irland Group and Yale University

  • Thomas Jaenisch, Johns Hopkins University

  • Anthony Janetos, The H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment

  • Nancy Kanbar, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Michael Kaplowitz, Michigan State University

  • Roger Kasperson, George Perkins Marsh Institute, Clark University

  • Elizabeth Kennedy, Conservation International

  • Zahia Khan, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Gary Kofinas, University of Alaska Fairbanks

  • Karen Kohfeld, City University of New York

  • Claire Kremen, Princeton University

  • Rattan Lal, Ohio State University

  • John Lamoreux, World Wildlife Fund US

  • William Laurance, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

  • Marc Levy, Columbia University

  • Noelle Lewis, Independent Scholar

  • Colby Loucks, World Wildlife Fund US

  • Pamela Mace, National Marine Fisheries Service

  • William Masters, Columbia University

  • Emily Matthews, World Resources Institute

  • Anthony McGuire, University of Alaska

  • Charles Mitchell, University of North Carolina

  • Russell Monson, University of Colorado

  • Shahid Naeem, Columbia University

  • Roz Naylor, Stanford University

  • Gerald Nelson, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  • Scott Nixon, University of Rhode Island

  • Stefano Pagiola, World Bank

  • Jonathan Patz, University of Wisconsin

  • William F. Perrin, Southwest Fisheries Science Center

  • Michael Pilson, University of Rhode Island

  • Alison Power, Cornell University

  • Daniel Prager, World Resources Institute

  • Jane Pratt, EcoLogica Inc.

  • Steve Prince, University of Maryland

  • Navin Ramankutty, University of Wisconsin

  • Walter V. Reid, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment

  • Inbal Reshef, University of Maryland

  • Carmen Revenga, The Nature Conservancy

  • Valerie Rhoe, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Taylor H. Ricketts, World Wildlife Fund US

  • Ana Rodrigues, Conservation International

  • Joshua Rosenthal, Fogarty International Center

  • Neil Sampson, The Sampson Group, Inc.

  • Crystal Schaaf, Boston University

  • Kate Sebastian, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Wes Sechrest, IUCN–World Conservation Union and University of Virginia

  • Roger Sedjo, Resources for the Future

  • Debdatta Sengupta, Penn State University

  • R. David Simpson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

  • Melanie Steinkamp, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

  • Simon Stuart, IUCN–World Conservation Union and Conservation International

  • Madeleine Thomson, International Research Institute for Climate Prediction

  • David Tilman, University of Minnesota

  • Juan Valdes, University of Arizona

  • Ross Virginia, Dartmouth College

  • Charles Vo¨ro¨smarty, University of New Hampshire

  • Diana H. Wall, Colorado State University

  • Bess Ward, Princeton University

  • Konard Wessels, University of Maryland

  • Robin White, U.S. Geological Survey

  • Keith Wiebe, U.S. Dept of Agriculture

  • Matthew Wilson, University of Vermont

  • Stanley Wood, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Ulrike Wood-Sichra, International Food Policy Research Institute

  • Cai Ximing, University of Illinois

  • Oran Young, University of California

  • Hania Zlotnik, United Nations Population Division

Uzbekistan

  • Vyacheslav Aparin, Complex Geological and Ecological Expedition

  • Elena Bykova, Institute of Zoology, Uzbekistan Academy of Science

  • Nikolay E. Gorelkin, GEF-Project, Transboundary Water-Monitoring in Aral Sea Region

  • Alex Kreuzberg, Institute of Zoology, Uzbekistan Academy of Science

Venezuela

  • Lelys Bravo de Guenni, Universidad Simón Bolívar

  • Yasmin Rubio-Palis, Universidad de Carabobo

 

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