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Juan Rocha

Juan Rocha is a researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. He studies large, abrupt, and persistent changes in ecosystems around the world – also known as regime shifts. He is interested in understanding how the occurrence of a regime shift in one place can affect the likelihood of another place tipping over. In other words, how regime shifts might be interconnected.


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Commentary/What causes abrupt changes in ecosystems?

Large and abrupt changes in forests, coral reefs, and Arctic sea ice are generally driven by climate change, food production, and urbanisation. Managing their causes can reduce the occurrence of these shifts around the world and ensure the well-being of local communities.