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2017

Biber-Klemm, Susette and Davis, Kate and Gautier, Laurent and Kiehn, Michael and Martinez, Sylvia I.. (2017) Ex situ collections of plants and how they adjust to ABS conditions. In: Research and Development on genetic resources. public domain approaches in implementing the Nagoya Protocol. London, pp. 207-225.

2016

Biber-Klemm, Susette and Martinez, Sylvia I.. (2016) Utilization of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge in academic research. A good practice guide for access and benefit-sharing. Swiss Academies Reports, 11 (4). Bern, Switzerland.

Biber-Klemm, Susette and Martinez, Sylvia I. and Jacob, Anne and Jevtic, Ana. (2016) Agreement on Access and Benefit-sharing for Academic Research: A toolbox for drafting Mutually Agreed Terms for access to Genetic Resources and to Associated Traditional Knowledge and Benefit-sharing. Swiss Academies Reports, 11 (3). Bern, Switzerland.

2015

Biber-Klemm, Susette and Martinez, Sylvia I.. (2015) Experiences in accessing biological resources for non-commercial research: Results of an informal survey in Switzerland. In: Research and Development on genetic resources. public domain approaches in implementing the Nagoya Protocol. London, pp. 175-180.

2013

Biber-Klemm, Susette and Davis, Kate and Gautier, Laurant and Martinez, Sylvia I.. (2013) Governance options for ex-situ collections in academic research. In: Global governance of genetic resources: Access and benefit sharing after the Nagoya Protocol. New York, pp. 213-230.

2011

Vohland, Katrin and Mlambo, Musa C. and Domeignoz Horta, Luiz and Jonsson, Bege and Paulsch, Axel and Martinez, Sylvia I.. (2011) How to ensure a credible and efficient IPBES? Environmental science & policy, 14 (8). pp. 1188-1194.

2010

Martinez, Sylvia I. and Biber-Klemm, Susette. (2010) Scientists – take action for access to biodiversity. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2 (1/2). pp. 27-33.