Marion Glaser

PD Dr. Marion Glaser


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28359 Bremen
Raum: 2219 (2. Etage)

Lebenslauf: PD Dr. Marion Glaser


- Sozial-ökologische Systemanalyse
- Partizipative Forschung und Ressourcenmanagement
- Soziale Dimensionen im Management von Ökosystemen
- Existenzgrundlagen und Handlungsmotivation
- Nachhaltigkeitsforschung



 Glaser M, Selim S, De la Cruz-Modino R, van Putten I, Aswani S, Paytan A,  Dutra LXC, Heck N, Narayan, Sauer W, Boonstra WJ, (2023) Nov 7th Analysis across case-based global sustainability projects: An emerging challenge for ocean conflict research in the Anthropocene MAST Special Issue open access 28pp

Partelow, S, Schlüter, A,  Ban, N C,  Batterbury, S,  Bavinck, M, Bennett, NJ, Bleischwitz, R, Blythe, J,  Bogusz, T,  Breckwoldt,A,   Cinner, J.E.  Glaser, M,  Govan, H, Gruby, R, Hatje, V, Hornidge, AK, Hovelsrud, GK, Kittinger, JN,  Kluger, LC, Kochalski, S, Mawyer, A, McKinley, E, Olsen, J, Pittman, J, Riechers, M,   Riekhof, MC,  Schwerdtner Manez, K, Shellock, RJ,  Siriwardane-de Zoysa, R,  Steins, NA, Van Assche, K, Villasante S (2023) Five social science intervention areas for ocean sustainability initiatives npj Ocean Sustainability open access

Partelow, S,  Asif, F,   Béné, C,  Bush, S, Manlosa, A,  Nagel, B, & Schlüter, A, Mohan, C, Choudhury, A, Cole, S, Cottrell, R, Kunzmann, A, Kuehnhold, H, Little, D, Marschke, M, Mizuta, D., Paramita, A,  Pin, N,  Salayo, N,  Solecki (27 authors including Glaser M),. (2023). Aquaculture governance: five engagement arenas for sustainability transformation. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 10.1016/j.cosust.2023.101379.

Gerhardinger, LC  Tanya Brodie Rudolph, Françoise Gaill, Graham Mortyn, Eloise Littley, Adrien Vincent, Dannieli Firme Herbst, Patrizia Ziveri, Louise Jeanneau, Maria Laamanen, Marta Cavallé, Jay Marisca Gietzelt, Marion Glaser, Mouna Chambon, Juliette Jacquemont, Samiya Ahmed Selim, Cecile Brugere, Cristina Brito, Laura M. Pereira, Sandra Amezaga, Nicolás Fernández Muñoz, Lucas Becquet, Arnaud Lalo & André Carlo Colonese (2023) Bridging Shades of Blue: Co-constructing Knowledge with the International Panel for Ocean Sustainability, Coastal Management, 51:4, 244-264, DOI: 10.1080/08920753.2023.2244082

Vave R, Selim S A, Van Putten I, Heck N, Dutra L X C, Narayan S, Das J, Carrizales S, Johnson K, Glaser M, Kenison D, Leslie C K Nelsen S A, Paytan, Levu A V M. (2023) Mapping the governance landscape for marine resource conflicts: The tricky business of engagement and capturing local community perceptions under review

Elsler, L, Neil Md, Ferse S, Navarrete Forero G, Glaser M, Schlüter M (2023) Compliance in small-scale fisheries is linked to fisher-trader relations - not fishers alone (A Southeast Asian case study) Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries

van Putten, E., Aswani, S., Boonstra, W, De la Cruz-Modino R, Das, J., Glaser M et al. (2023). History matters: societal acceptance of deep-sea mining and incipient conflicts in Papua New Guinea. Maritime Studies 22, 32

Glaeser B., Glaser, M. (eds) (2023) Coastal management revisited: Towards sustainable human-nature relations Cambridge Scholars Publishing 281p.

Glaser, M., Barboza, R. Sá Leitão, Borges, R., Blandtt, L., Gerhardinger, L.C., Ferreira, B.P., Marques, S., Gonçalves, L.R., Xavier, L., Y., Turra, A. (2023) Social participation in Brazilian coastal governance and management Chapter 15 in Coastal management revisited: Towards sustainable human-nature relations (Editors: Bernhard Glaeser and Marion Glaser) Cambridge Scholars Publishing pp 213-238.

Hossain, A.; Senff, P., Glaser, M. (2022) Lessons for Coastal Applications of IMTA as a Way towards Sustainable Development: A Review. Applied Sciences, Special Issue on Sustainable Aquaculture  Open Access

Lindkvist, E., Pellowe, K. E., Alexander, S. M., O’Neill, E. D., Finkbeiner, E. M., Girón‐Nava, A., González‐Mon, B., Johnson, A. F., Pittman, J., Schill, C., Wijermans, N., Bodin, Ö., Gelcich, S., & Glaser, M. (2022). Untangling social–ecological interactions: A methods portfolio approach to tackling contemporary sustainability challenges in fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 00, 1–19.


Glaser, M.; Gorris, P. (2023) Chapter 12 Participation in Integrated Coastal Management: Policy Lessons from Brazil and Indonesia Chapter 12 in “Coastal management revisited Towards sustainable human-nature relations: (eds Bernhard Glaeser and Marion Glaser) Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Murphy, E J.; Robinson, C.; Hobday, A. J.; Newton, A. Glaser, M. Evans, K.; Dickey-Collas, M. Brodie, S. Gehlen, M. (2021) The global pandemic has shown we need an action plan for the ocean. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, 760731. 6 p.

Glaser M, Adrianto L, Breckwoldt A, Buhari N, Deswandi R, Ferse S, Gorris P, Husain Paragay S, Glaeser B, Mohammad N, Schwerdtner Máñez K, Yanuarita D. (2022) The governance of coastal and marine social-ecological systems: Indonesia and beyond (2022) Chapter 12 in: Jennerjahn,T., Rixen T. Irianto, H.E.  Samiaji, J. (eds) (2022) Science for the Protection of Indonesian Coastal Ecosystems (SPICE) Elsevier pp. 407-444, ISBN 9780128150504,

Reuter, H, Breckwoldt, A.  Dohna T, Ferse, F. Gärdes, A. Glaser  M. Huyghe, F. Kegler, H. Knittweis, L. Kochzius M,  Kraemer, W.E.  Leins, J. Lukman, Md. Madduppa, H. Nuryanto, A. Hui, M. Miñarro S., Navarrete Forero G. Husain Paragay, S.  Plass-Johnson, J. Ratsimbazafy H.A. RichterC.  Sawall, Y. Schwerdtner Máñez, K. Teichberg, M. Timm J. van der Ven, R. Jompa J. (2022) Coral reef social–ecological systems under pressure in Southern Sulawesi, Chapter 5 in Editor(s): Jennerjahn,T. Rixen T. Irianto, H.E.  Samiaji, J. (2022) Science for the Protection of Indonesian Coastal Ecosystems (SPICE) Elsevier pp. 143-199, ISBN 9780128150504,

Borges R. Eyzaguirre I. A. L. Sá Leitão Barboza R., Boos K., Glaser M., Lopes Priscila F. M. (2021) Combining Knowledge Systems Helps Understand the Spatial Dynamics of Data-Limited Small-Scale Fisheries Systems in Brazil: A Methods Analysis Frontiers in Marine Science    Vol. 8 DOI 10.3389/fmars.2021.760535ISSN

Albrecht, O.T., Glaser, M. & Zimmer, M. Are Crab-collectors in Mangroves of Northern Brazil (PA) Optimal Foragers? Wetlands 41, 91 (2021).

Ribeiro Corrêa, M. Xavier, L. Holzkämper, E. Turra, A. Glaser, M. (2021) Shifting Shores and Shoring Shifts—How Can Beach Managers Lead Transformative Change? A Study on Challenges and Opportunities for Ecosystem-Based Management Human Ecology Review Volume 26, Number 2 open access

Gorris, P & Glaser, M. (2021) Information Transmission Capacity and Robustness of Natural Resource Governance Networks in Brazil and Indonesia: A Comparative Analysis. Human Ecology Review Volume 26, Number 2 open access

Hobday, Alistair, Robinson, Carol, Murphy, Eugene, Newton, Alice, Glaser, Marion and Brodie, Stephanie (2020) Fostering Global Science Networks in a Post-COVID-19 World. Oceanography, 33 (4). pp. 9-10. DOI

Borges, Rebecca, Eyzaguirre, Indira, Barboza, Roberta Sá Leitão and Glaser, Marion (2020) Systematic Review of Spatial Planning and Marine Protected Areas: A Brazilian Perspective. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7 DOI

Glaser, M. & Schröter, B.  & (2020). Generating knowledge on networks in environmental governance. Human Ecology Review, 26 (2) open access

Schröter, B., & Glaser, M. (Eds.). (2020). Generating sustainability-supporting knowledge on social networks in the governance and management of social ecological systems [Special issue]. Human Ecology Review, 26(2).

van Putten I, Kelly R, Cavanagh R, Murphy EJ, Breckwoldt A, Brodie S, Cvitanovic C, Dickey-Collas M, Maddison L, Melbourne-Thomas J, Arrizabalaga H, Azetsu-Scott K, Beckley LE, Bellerby R, Constable A, Cowie G, Evans K, Glaser M, Hall J, Hobday AJ, Johnston NM, Llopiz J, Mueter F, Muller-Karger F, Weng K, Wolf-Gladrow D and Xavier JC (2021) A Decade of Incorporating Social Sciences in the Integrated Marine Biosphere Research Project (IMBeR): Much Done, Much to Do? Front. Mar. Sci. 8:662350.doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.662350

Selim S.A., Glaser M., Tacke F.I., Rahman M. and Ahmed N. (2021) Innovative Aquaculture for the Poor to Adjust to Environmental Change in Coastal Bangladesh? Barriers and Options for Progress. Front. Mar. Sci.8:635281. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.635281

Hobday, A., Robinson, C., Murphy, E., Newton, A., Glaser, M., Brodie, S. (2020). Fostering Global Science Networks in a Post-COVID-19 World. Oceanography 33(4), pp. 9-10. DOI: 10.5670/oceanog.2020.414. OPEN ACCESS

Borges, R., Eyzaguirre, I., Sá Leitão Barboza, R., Glaser, M. (2020). Systematic Review of Spatial Planning and Marine Protected Areas: A Brazilian Perspective. Frontiers in Marine Science 7, pp. 499. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2020.00499 OPEN ACCESS

Herron P, Kluger L, Castellanos_Galindo G, Wolff M, Glaser M (2020) Understanding gear choices and identifying leverage points for sustainable tropical small-scale marine fisheries Ocean and Coastal Management 188(12):105074 DOI:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2019.105074

Ahmed N, Thompson S, Glaser M. Global Aquaculture Productivity, Environmental Sustainability, and Climate Change Adaptability. Environ Manage. 2019 Feb;63(2):159-172. doi: 10.1007/s00267-018-1117-3. Epub 2018 Nov 20. PMID: 30460481.

Gorris, P., Glaser, M., Idrus, M. R., & Yusuf, A. M. (2019). The role of social structure for governing natural resources in decentralized systems: Insights from governing a fishery in Indonesia. Public Administration, published at

Partelow, S., M. Glaser, S. Solano Arce, R. Sá Leitão Barboza, and A. Schlüter (2018). Mangroves, fishers, and the struggle for adaptive co-management: applying the social-ecological systems framework to a marine extractive reserve (RESEX) in Brazil. Ecology and Society 23(3):19.

Glaser, M., Breckwoldt, A., Carruthers, T., Forbes, D., Costanzo, S., Kelsey, H., Stead, S. (2018). Towards a framework to support coastal change governance in small islands. Environmental Conservation, 1-11. doi:10.1017/S0376892918000164

Glaser, M., Gorris, P., Padovani Ferreira, B., Breckwoldt, A. (2018) Analysing ecosystem user perceptions of the governance interactions surrounding a Brazilian near shore coral reef. Sustainability Vol. 10, Article 1464. DOI: 10.3390/su10051464

Gerhardinger, L.C., Gorris, P., Gonçalves, L.R., Herbst, D.F., Vila-Nova, D.A., de Carvalho, F.G., Glaser, M., Zondervan, R. Glavovic, B.C. (2018) Healing Brazil’s blue Amazon: the role of knowledge networks in nurturing cross-scale transformations at the frontlines of ocean sustainability. Frontiers in Marine Science Vol. 4, Article 395. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00395

Ahmed, N., Thompson, S., Glaser, M. (2018) Transforming organic prawn farming in Bangladesh: Potentials and challenges Journal of Cleaner Production 172, pp. 3806-3816. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.06.110

Glaser, M., Plass-Johnson, J., Ferse S., Neil, M. Yanuarita S. D., Teichberg, M., Reuter H. (2018) Breaking Resilience for a Sustainable Future: Thoughts for Governance and Management in a Coral Reef Archipelago in the Anthropocene Frontiers in Marine Science (Feb 16th doi 10.3389/fmars.2018.0034

Aswani, S., Basurto X., Ferse S., Glaser, M., Campbell, L., Cinner, J.E., Dalton, T., Jenkins, L.D., Miller, M.L., Pollnac, R., Vaccaro, I., Christie, P. (2017) Marine resource management and conservation in the Anthropocene Environmental Conservation 11 pp. online DOI: 10.1017/S0376892917000431 Download at https: www.

Ahmed, N., Thompson, S., Glaser, M. (2017) Integrated mangrove-shrimp cultivation: Potential for blue carbon sequestration Ambio online DOI: 10.1007/s13280-017-0946-2

Ahmed, N., Bunting, S.W., Glaser, M., Flaherty, M.S., Diana, J.S. (2017). Can greening of aquaculture sequester blue carbon? Ambio 46(4), pp. 468-477. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-016-0849-7.

Ahmed, N., Cheung, W.W.L., Thompson, S., Glaser, M. (2017). Solutions to blue carbon emissions: shrimp cultivation, mangrove deforestation and climate change in coastal Bangladesh. Marine Policy 82, pp.  68-75. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2017.05.007.

Ahmed, N., Glaser, M. (2016). Coastal aquaculture, mangrove deforestation and blue carbon emission: is REDD plus a solution? Marine Policy 66, pp. 58-66. DOI:10.1016/j.marpol.2016.01.011.

Ahmed, N., Glaser, M., (2016). Can “Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA)” adapt to climate change in coastal Bangladesh? Ocean and Coastal Management 132, pp. 120-131. DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.08.017.

Bai, X., van der Leeuw, S., O’Brien, S., Berkhout, F., Biermann, F., Brondizio, E.S., Cudennec, C., Dearing, J., Duraiappah, A., Glaser, M., Revkin, A., Steffen, W., Syvitski, J. (2016). Plausible and desirable futures in the Anthropocene: a new research agenda. Global Environmental Change 39, pp. 351-362. DOI 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2015.09.017.

Biermann, F., Bai, X., Bondre, N., Broadgate, W., Chen, C.-T.A., Dube, O.P., Erisman, J.W., Glaser, M., van der Hel, S., Lemos, M.C., Seitzinger, S., Seto, K.C. (2016). Down to Earth: contextualizing the Anthropocene. Global Environmental Change 39, pp. 341-350. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2015.11.004.

Baum, G., Kusumanti, I., Breckwoldt, A., Ferse, S.C.A., Glaser, M., Dwiyitno, Adrianto, L., van der Wulp, S., Kunzmann, A. (2016). Under pressure: investigating marine resource-based livelihoods in Jakarta Bay and the Thousand Islands. Marine Pollution Bulletin. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.05.032.

Ramesh, R., Chen, Z., Cummins, V., Day, J., D’Elia, C., Dennison, B., Forbes, D.L., Glaeser, B., Glaser, M., Glavovic, B., Kremer, H., Lange, M., Larsen, J.N., Le, M., Newton, A., Pelling, M., Purvaja, R., Wolanski, E. (2015). Land-ocean interactions in the coastal zone: past, present and future. Anthropocene 12, pp. 85-98. DOI: 10.1016/j.ancene.2016.01.005.

Glavovic BC, Liu, K, Emeis, K-C, Thomas, H, Kremer H, Avril, B, Zhang J, Mulholland MR, Glaser M, Swaney D (2015) Living on the Margin in the Anthropocene: engagement arenas for sustainability research and action at the ocean–land interface, Curr Opin
Environ Sustain

Glaser, M., Breckwoldt, A., Deswandi, R., Radjawali, I., Baitoningsih, W., Ferse, S.C.A (2015). Of exploited reefs and fishers - a holistic view on participatory coastal and marine management in an Indonesian archipelago. Ocean and Coastal Management 116, p. 193-213. DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.07.022.

Glaser, M., Glaeser, B. (2014) Towards a framework for cross-scale and multi-level analysis of coastal and marine social-ecological systems dynamics. Regional Environmental Change 14 (6):2039-2052. doi:10.1007/s10113-014-0637-5

Suhren EJ, Devita F, Prüter K, Tarumun S, Glaser M, Glaeser B (2014) River Health and Community Health: A Collaborative Action-oriented Social-ecological Analysis. Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution 11 (1):51-66

Schwerdtner Máñez K., Ring I., Krause G., Glaser M. (2014) The Gordian Knot of Mangrove Conservation: Disentangling the Role of Scale, Services and Benefits. Global Environmental

Change 28, 120-128.

Ferse, S., Glaser, M., Neil, M., Schwerdtner Mañez, K. (2014). ‘To cope or to sustain? Eroding long-term sustainability in an Indonesian coral reef fishery.’ Regional Environmental Change [online]: 1-13. Available at:

Schlüter, A., Wise, S., Schwerdtner Mánez, K., de Morais, G., Glaser, M. (2013) ‘Institutional Change, Sustainability and the Sea.’ Sustainability 5 (12):5373-5390.

Ferrol-Schulte, D., Wolff, M., Ferse, S., Glaser, M. (2013) ‘Sustainable Livelihoods Approach in tropical coastal and marine social–ecological systems: A review.’ Marine Policy 42: 253-258.

von Essen, L.M., Ferse, S., Glaser, M., Kunzmann, A. (2013). ‘Attitudes and perceptions of villagers towards community-based mariculture in Minahasa, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.’ Ocean and Coastal Management 73: 101-112.

Glaser, M., Christie, P., Diele, K., Dsikowitzky, L., Ferse, S., Nordhaus, I., Schlüter, A., Schwerdtner Mañez, K., Wild, C. (2012) ‘Measuring and understanding sustainability-enhancing processes in tropical coastal and marine social-ecological systems’. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (3): 300-308.

Wever, L., Glaser, M., Gorris, P. & Ferrol-Schulte, D. (2012) ‘Decentralization and participation in integrated coastal management: Policy lessons from Brazil and Indonesia’. Ocean & Coastal Management 66: 63-72.

Ferse, S., Knittweis L., Krause G., Maddusila A. & Glaser, M. (2012): Livelihoods of Ornamental Coral Fishermen in South Sulawesi/Indonesia: Implications for Management, Coastal Management, 40:5, 525-555.

Ferse, S., Glaser, M., Schultz, C. & Jompa, J. (2012) ‘Linking research to Indonesia’s CTI Action Plan: the SPICE Program’. 12th International Coral Reef Symposium 9-13 July 2012, Cairns, Australia.

Deswandi, R., Glaser, M. & Ferse, S. (2012) ‘What makes a social system resilient?’ Book Chapter in: Hornidge, A.K. & and Antweiler, C. (eds.): Environmental Uncertainty and Local Knowledge. Southeast Asia as a Laboratory of Global Ecological Change. Bielefeld: Transcript Publishers, pp. 243-272.

Glaser, M. & Glaeser, B. (2012) ‘The Social Dimension in the Management of Social-Ecological Change’, In:  Kremer, H. Pinckney, J. (eds.), Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science, Vol. 11: Integrated Management of Estuaries and Coasts. München: Elsevier, 59p. in print and at or

Glaser, M., Krause, G., Ratter, B.M.W. & Welp, M. (eds.) (2012) Human-Nature Interaction in the Anthropocene: Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis, Routledge, 232p.

Glaser, M., Krause, G., Ratter, B.M.W. & Welp, M. (2012) ‘New approaches to the analysis of human-nature relations’, In: Glaser, M. et al. (eds.) Chapter 1, Human-Nature Interaction in the Anthropocene: Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis, Routledge, pp. 3-12.

Glaser, M. (2012) ‘Transdisciplinary multi-agent modelling for social-ecological systems analysis: Achievements and Potentials’, In: Glaser, M. et al. (eds.) Chapter 8, Human-Nature Interaction in the Anthropocene: Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis, Routledge, pp. 141-160.

Glaser, M., Krause, G., Halliday, A. & Glaeser, B. (2012) ‘Towards global sustainability analysis in the Anthropocene’, In: Glaser, al. (eds.) Chapter 10, Human-Nature Interaction in the Anthropocene: Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis, Routledge, pp. 193-222.

 Halliday, A. & Glaser M. (2011) ‘A Management Perspective on Social-ecological systems – A generic system model and its application to a case study from Peru’. Human Ecology review 18 (1): 1-18.

Glaser, M., Baitoningsih, W., Neil, M. & Ferse, S. (2010) ‘Whose sustainability? Top-down participation and emergent rules in protected area management - Local lessons for MPA design from Indonesia’, Marine Policy (34): 1215-1225.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M. (2011) ‘People, Fish and Coral Reefs in Indonesia. A Contribution to Social-Ecological Research’. GAIA 20 (2) 139-141.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M. (2011) ‘People, fish and coral reefs in Indonesia: Social-ecological research in 2010’. LOICZ Inprint (1): 34-40.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M. (2010) Global change and coastal threats: The Indonesian case. Human Ecology Review 17 (2): 135-147.

 Glaser, M., Radjawali, I., Ferse, S. & Glaeser, B. (2010) Nested participation in hierarchical societies? Lessons for social-ecological research and management, International Journal of Society Systems Science Vol 2 (4):390-414 available at

Mondal P, Glaser M., Nishat A, Breckwoldt A. (2010) Co-management approach on fisher group: A case study on Ramsar site, Tanguar haor in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute. 105-116.

Glaser, M, Krause, G, Oliveira, R., Fontalvo-Herazo, M. (2010). Mangroves and People: A Social-Ecological System. Mangrove Dynamics and Management in North Brazil. U. Saint-Paul and H. Schneider. Berlin, Springer: 307-351.

Diele, K., Araujo, A., Glaser, M. & Salzmann, U. (2010) ‘Artisanal fishery of the Mangrove Crab Ucides cordatus (Ocypodidae) and First Steps towards a Successful Co-Management in Bragança, N-Brazil’, In: Saint Paul, U. and Schneider, H. (eds.) 2010 Mangrove dynamics and management in North Brazil. Ecological Studies Series. Heidelberg, Berlin: Springer: 287-298.

Ferse, S., Máñez-Costa, M., Schwerdtner Máñez, K., Adhuri D.S. & Glaser, M. (2010) ‘Allies, not aliens - increasing the role of local communities in MPA implementation’, 37 (1):23-34 Environmental Conservation.

 Reichel, C., Frömming, U. & Glaser, M. (2009) ‘Conflicts between stakeholder groups affecting the ecology and economy of the Segara Anakan region.’ Regional Environmental Change [online] Vol. 9, No. 4. on

Glaeser, B., Bruckmeier, K., Glaser, M. & Krause, G. (2009) ‘Social-ecological systems analysis in coastal and marine areas: A path toward integration of interdisciplinary knowledge’, In: Lopes P. and Begossi, A. (eds), Current Trends in Human Ecology, (183-203), Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

 Glaser, M., Krause, G., Ratter B. & Welp, M. (2008) ‘Human-Nature Interaction in the Anthropocene: Potential of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis’, GAIA, Vol.17, No.1, pp. 77-80.

 Glaser, M. (2008) ‘Denkmodelle zu Mensch-Natur Beziehungen: Soziale und ethische Dimensionen’, In: Bruckmeier, K. and Serbser, W. (eds.), Ethik und Umweltpolitik. Humanökologische Positionen und Perspektiven, (pp. 89-113). Edition Humanökologie. München: Oekom Verlag.

Krause, G., Glaser, M. & Lange, H. (2008) ‘Soziale Gerechtigkeit in der Küstenzone: Szenarien zum Mangrovenmanagement in Pará (Nordbrasilien)’, In: Bruckmeier, K. and Serbser, W. (eds.), Ethik und Umweltpolitik. Humanökologische Positionen und Perspektiven, (pp. 324-348). Edition Humanökologie. München: Oekom Verlag.

Lotze, H. & Glaser, M. (2008) ‘Ecosystem services of semi-enclosed marine systems’, In: Urban, E. R. et al. (eds.) Watersheds, Bays and Bounded Seas. The Science and Management of Semi-enclosed Marine Systems, (pp. 227-249), Washington DC: Island Press.

Kroeze, C., Middelburg, J., Leemans, R., Fennel, W., Glaser, M., Harashima, A., Liu, K.K. & Meybeck, M. (2008) ‘Integrating Tools to assess change in semi-enclosed marine systems’, In: Urban, E. R. et al. (eds.) Watersheds, Bays and Bounded Seas. The Science and Management of Semi-enclosed Marine Systems, (pp. 77-96), Washington DC: Island Press.

Snelgrove, P., Flitner, M., Ekau, W., Glaser, M., Lotze, H., Philippart, K., Sompongchaiyakul, P., Yuwono, E., Melillo, J., Meybeck, M., Rabalais, N., Sundby, B., Urban, E. & Zhang, J. (2008) ‘Governance and Management of Ecosystem Services in Semi-Enclosed Marine Systems’, In: Urban, E. R. et al. (eds.) Watersheds, Bays and Bounded Seas. The Science and Management of Semi-enclosed Marine Systems, (pp. 49-76), Washington DC: Island Press.

Fontalvo-Herazo, M., Glaser, M. & Ribeiro, A. (2007) ‘A method for the participatory design of an indicator system as a tool for local coastal management’, Ocean and Coastal Management, Vol. 50, pp. 779-795.

Glaser, M. (2006) ‘Estudo de Caso: Interrelaciones entre los ecosistemas de manglares, la economía local y la sostentabilidad social en el estuário de Caeté en el Norte de Brasil’, In: Stolk M. et al. (eds.) Valoración socio-economica de los Humedales en América Latina y el Caribe. (pp. 30-33), Wageningen, Wetlands International, IUCN.

Glaser, M. (2006) ‘The social dimension in ecosystem management: Strengths and weaknesses of human-nature mind maps’, Human Ecology Review, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 122-142.

Glaser, M., Krause, G., Saint-Paul, U., Harms, J. & Boehme, G. (2006) ‘Fachübergreifende Nachhaltigkeitsforschung - Das brasilianisch-deutsche Mangroven Projekt MADAM’, In: Glaeser, B. (ed.) Fachübergreifende Nachhaltigkeitsforschung. Stand und Visionen am Beispiel nationaler und internationaler Forscherverbünde, (pp. 265-297), Edition Humanökologie. München: Oekom Verlag.

Glaser, M. & Krause, G. (2005) ‘Integriertes Küstenmanagement im föderalen Brasilien: Institutionelle, sektorale und legale Strukturen und die Grenzen der partizipativen Planung’, In: Glaeser, B. (ed.) Küste, Ökologie und Mensch – Integriertes Küstenmanagement als Instrument nachhaltiger Entwicklung, (pp. 37–54), Edition Humanökologie. München: Oekom Verlag.

Glaeser, B., Gärtner, T., Glaser, M., Janssen, G., Kannen, A., Krause, G. & Schernewski, G. (2005) ‘Integriertes Küstenmanagement (IKZM) als Instrument nachhaltiger Entwicklung: Probleme, Perspektiven und Empfehlungen’, In: Glaeser, B. (ed.) Küste, Ökologie und Mensch – Integriertes Küstenmanagement als Instrument nachhaltiger Entwicklung, (pp. 311–334), Edition Humanökologie. München: Oekom Verlag.

Glaser, M. & Diele, K. (2004) ‘Asymmetric Outcomes: Assessing the biological, economic and social sustainability of a mangrove crab fishery, Ucides cordatus (Ocypodidae), in North Brazil’, Ecological Economics, Vol. 49, No. 3, pp.361–373.

Glaser, M. & da Silva Oliveira, R. (2004) ‘The prospects for co-management of mangrove ecosystems on the North Brazilian coast – Whose rights, whose duties and whose priorities?’, Natural Resources Forum, Blackwell Publishing, Vol. 28, pp. 224–233.

Glaser, M. (2003) ‘Ecosystem, local economy and social sustainability: A case study of Caeté estuary, North Brazil’, Wetlands Ecology and Management, Vol.11, No. 4, pp. 265–272.

Glaser, M., Berger, U. & Macedo, R. (2003) ‘Local vulnerability as an advantage: Mangrove forest management in Pará state, North Brazil under conditions of illegality’, Regional Environmental Change, Vol.3, No. 4, pp.162–172.

Glaser, M. & Krause, G. (2003) ‘User-based mangrove co-management in Brazil’, In: CIP-UPWARD Conservation and sustainable use of agricultural biodiversity. A Sourcebook, Vol. 3, (pp. 559–564). Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines: International Potato Center – Users perspectives with agricultural research and development.

Krause, G. & Glaser, M. (2003) ‘Co-evolving geomorphic and socio-economic dynamics in a coastal fishing village of the Bragança region, (Pará, North Brazil)’, Ocean and Coastal Management, Vol. 46, No. 9–10, pp.850–874.

Lara, R., Szlafstein, C. F., Cohen, M.C. L., Berger, U. & Glaser, M. (2002) ‘Consequences of mangrove dynamics for the private land use in Bragança, North Brazil: a case study’, Journal of Coastal Conservation, Vol. 8, pp.97–102.

Krause, G., Schories D., Glaser M. & Diele, K. (2001) ‘Spatial patterns of mangrove ecosystems: The Bragantinian mangroves of North Brazil (Bragança, Pará)’;Ecotropica, Vol. 7, pp.93–107.

Berger, U. & Glaser, M. (2000) ‘Unwissenheit und Risiko beim Management von Mangrovengebieten am Beispiel der Halbinsel von Bragança an der Küste von Nord-Ost-Pará·, Brasilien’. In: Breckling, B., Müller, F. (Hrsg.) Der Ökologische Risikobegriff Beiträge zu einer Tagung des Arbeitskreises «Theorie» in der Gesellschaft für Ökologie vom 4.-6. März 1998 im Landeskulturzentrum Salzau (Schleswig-Holstein), (pp. 26–36) Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Glaser, M. & Grasso, M. (2000) ‘Multiple assessment methodologies: Economic valuation of a mangrove ecosystem: Practical implications for management’, INTERCOAST Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Vol. 35, pp. 27–29.

Glaser, M. & Berger, U. (1999) ‘Including the social: A conceptual approach to the comprehensive modelling of natural resource management options’, In: Windhorst, W., Enckell, P. H. (Hrsg.) Proceedings of the Conference “Sustainable Land Use Management – The Challenge of Ecosystem Protection, in  Salzau, Germany 28.9.–1.10.99, Salzau”, (pp. 49–62), Kiel: Federal Cultural Centre, University of Kiel.

Glaser, M. & Grasso, M. (1998) ‘Fisheries of a mangrove estuary: Dynamics and dependencies between economy and ecosystem in the Caeté Bay, North-East Pará’, Brazil’, Boletím do Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Vol. 14, pp.95–125.

Glaser, M. (1989) ‘Land tenancy and shallow tubewell irrigation: Alternative trajectories of agrarian change in Bangladesh’, The Journal of Social Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Vol. 45, pp. 51–67.

Glaser, M. (1987) ‘South African Trade Unions’, Middle East and African Review, London: McGraw-Hill/DRI.

Glaser, M. (1985) ‘The use of labelling in urban low-income housing in the third world. Case study of Bogotá, Colombia’, Development and Change, Vol. 16, pp.409‑28.

Other Writings

Glaser, Marion, Xavier Luciana  (2020), Brazil: Social participation in coastal and ocean management in Brazil: Lessons learnt and ways ahead Policy Brief #7 brazil.html#ges:orderby%3Dnewest%26searchword%3DPolicy%2BBrief%26searchphrase%3Dall%26page%3D1

Gerhardinger, L. C., Gorris, P., Goncalves, L.R., Herbst, D.F., Vila-Nova, D. de Carvalho, F.G., Glaser, M., Zondervan, R. Glavovic, B. (2018) Policy Brief, Healing Brazil's Blue Amazon: The role of knowledge networks in nurturing cross-scale transformations at the frontlines of ocean sustainability. 2pp, to high level Brazilian decision-makers in coastal governance and management.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M. (2012): Indonesia September 2012 - a Field Trip. A social-ecological project from within. INPRINT 2012 (3): 54-60.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M. (2011): Modernizing China — a social experiment? INPRINT 2011 (3): 33-39.

Glaeser, B., Glaser, M. (2011) ‘People, fish and coral reefs in Indonesia: Social-ecological research in 2010’. LOICZ 

Schwerdtner Mañez, K., Glaser, M., Ferse, S., Wiederhold, H. & Sulzbacher, H. (2011) ‘Gefahr von unten’. In: Zwischenruf Leibniz Gemeinschaft. Wasser: Achtung! Klimawandel – Sekundäreffekte auf das Wasser, pp 42-47. also available in English Danger from below. In Water: Beware! The secondary effects of climate change on water

Glaeser, B., Glaser, M. (2010) ‘South Indian glimpses and cultural historical footprints: Impressions and experiences around the LOICZ SSC meeting in Chennai, India, March 2010’. LOICZ

Glaser, M, Ferse, S., Deswandi, R., Radjawali, I., Neil, M. & Husain, Z., eds. (2010) ‘People, reefs and fish in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi - Research findings, policy recommendations and further research needs SPICE Cluster 6 Report, Bremen and Makkassar. 28p.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M. (2009): Trip to Pekanbaru, Riau Province, Sumatra and Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi, February - March 2009. INPRINT 2009 (1): 30-32.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M. (2009): World Ocean Conference (WOC ' 09), 11-15 May 2009, Manado, Indonesia. INPRINT 2009 (2): 6-8.

Glaser, M. (2008): "Coping with global change in marine social-ecological systems", 8-10 July 2008, FAO, Rome, Italy. INPRINT 2008 (2): 19-20.

Glaeser, B. & Glaser, M., Radjawali I. & Glaeser, B. (2008): DGH Symposium 2008. Human/Nature interactions in the anthropocene: Potentials of social-ecological systems analysis. 29-31 May 2008, Sommerhausen/Main, Germany. INPRINT 2008 (2): 17-19.

Glaeser, B., Glaser, M. & Krause G. (2007): Ecosummit 2007 in Beijing, May 22-25, 2007. Social-ecological systems analysis in coastal regions: Beijing symposium. INPRINT 2007 (3): 6.

Glaeser, B., Glaser, M. & Orbach M. K. (2007): Second LOICZ Symposium on "Social-Ecological Systems Analysis" at the International Conference of the Society for Human Ecology (SHE), Rio de Janeiro, 4-7 October 2007. INPRINT 2007 (3): 6-7.

Glaser, M. (2006) The ‚social’ in ecosystem management: Theoretical and empirical dimensions. Habilitationsschrift, (German professorial qualification) Berlin: Humboldt-University, Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture.

Glaser, M., Cabral, N. & Ribeiro, A., eds. (2005) Gente, ambiente e pesquisa: Para um manejo transdisciplinar em áreas de manguezal (People, the environment and the sciences: Towards a transdisciplinary management of mangrove regions) Belém: Editora CEJUP 236 p.

Glaser, M. (1989) Water to the Swamp? Irrigation and Patterns of Accumulation and Agrarian Change in Bangladesh. Doctoral Thesis, Bath: University of Bath, School of Humanities and Social Sciences 350p.

Arias-Schreiber, M. & Glaser, M. (2008) ‘Systems Thinking: Old Ideas for interdisciplinarity in marine social-ecological systems’. Proceedings of the FAO Conference on Coping with Global Change in Marine Social-ecological Systems, FAO Headquarter, Rome, Italy, 8-11 July 2008.

Krause, G. & Glaser, M. (2003) ‘Social equity in the coastal zone: Coastal dynamics, socio-economic structure and legislation in the Bragança region (Pará, North Brazil)’. Rights and Duties in the Coastal Zone. Multi-disciplinary Conference, Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics and Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, 12–14 June 2003.

Cabral, N., Mathis, A. & Glaser, M. (2003) ‘Desenvolvimento da pesca artesanal no nordeste Paraense: Políticas públicas, capital social e participação’. Mangrove Conference, San Salvador, Brazil, 23–28 May 2003.

Simonian, L.T.L. & Glaser, M. (2002) ‘Extractive reserves and the question of sustainability in neotropical ecosystems’, In: Lieberei, R., Bianchi, H., Boehm, V. & Reisdorf, C. (eds.), Neotropical Ecosystems: Proceedings of the German-Brazilian workshop, (pp.767–776), Geesthacht: GKSS.

Glaser, M. (1999) ‘Sustainability in the management of mangrove crabs (Ucides cordatus) in coastal Pará, Caeté estuary, North Brazil’. Annual Conference of the Development Studies Association (DSA) University of Bath, Bath, Großbritannien, 1999.

Glaser, M. (1999) Pincer Movements: Sustainability and the mangrove crab. ID21 online collection No. 33. Available from: Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!.

Glaser, M. (1999) ‘The Mangrove Dynamics and Management (MADAM) Research Project: A Multidisciplinary Training Approach’. In: Building marine research capacity in tropical countries. Proceedings of MARUM Workshop on Tropical Marine and Coastal Research, (pp.70–73), Bremen: ZMT.

Berger, U., Glaser, M., Koch, B., Krause, G., Lara, R., Saint-Paul, U., Schories, D., & Wolff, M. (1998) ‘MADAM – Forschungskonzept eines deutsch-brasilianischen Verbundprojektes im Mangrovengebiet Nordbrasiliens’, DGM – Mitteilungen Vol. 2, pp. 20–25.

Glaser, M., Furtado, L., Nascimento, I. & Santana, G. (1997) ‘Economy, ecosystem and society: Mangroves and people in the Caeté Bay, North Brazil’. Annual Conference of the Development Studies Association (DSA), Norwich, U.K., 1997.

Glaser, M., King, B. & Marcus, R. (1995) ‘Resolving land needs of forest fringe communities’, FPMP Report, Belize/ODA U.K., 1995.

Glaser, M. & Marcus, R. (1996) ‘Ecoturismo comunitário en Belice: Una opción para conservar el bosque y mejorar el bienestar de la población local?’ Revista Forestal Centroamericana CATIE, Costa Rica.

Glaser, M. & Marcus, R. (1994) ‘Community-based nature tourism in Belize: A way to protect the forests?’ Fifth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA, 7-10 June 1994

Glaser, M. & Marcus, R. (1994) ‘Socio-economic overview of villages bordering the Columbia management area’. Forest Planning and Management Project, FPMP Report, Belize Forest Department, Central America.

Glaser, M. (1993) ‘The State of Implementation of the Belize 1990–94 National Development Plan’. Ministry of Economic Development, Government of Belize, Central America.

Glaser, M. (1992) ‘Innovation or Imitation? Strategic Plan for the Oxfam Bangladesh programme’. Oxfam House, Oxford, Großbritannien.

Lewis, D., Glaser, M., McGregor, J.A., White, S. & Wood, G. (1992) ‘Going it alone: Female-headed households in Bangladesh’. CDS Occasional Paper, University of Bath, U.K.

Tiffen, M. & Glaser, M. (1990) ‘Socio-economic parameters in designing small irrigation schemes for small-scale farmers’. Report OD 115 (February), Overseas Development Institute, London.

Glaser, M (1987) Land Tenancy and New Irrigation Technologies Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University

Glaser, M. (1985) The Use of Labelling in Urban Low Income Housing in the Third World Case–Study of Bogota, Colombia. Development and Change, 16: 409-428.

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