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Publications - Vital Geographies

Publications - Vital Geographies

Recent publications by members of the group are listed here.

You can also browse listings of all recent publications by members of the Department and within each person's biography page.

Books

  • Gandy, M. and Jasper, S., 2020. The Botanical City, Jovis. 324pp.
  • Martín Brañas, M., Núñez Pérez, C., Fabiano, E., Del Aguila Villacorta, M., Schulz, C., Laurie, N., Sanjurjo Vilchez, J., Davies, A., Roucoux, K.H., Lawson, I.T. and Andueza, L., 2019. Urarina: Identidad y Memoria en la Cuenca del Río Chambira, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonía Peruana.
  • Saville, S. and Hoskins, G., 2019. Locating Value Theory, Application and Critique, Routledge. 214pp.
  • Kean, H. and Howell, P., 2018. The Routledge Companion to Animal-Human History, Routledge. 560pp.
  • Sandbrook, C., Cavanagh, C.J. and Tumusiime, D.M., 2018. Conservation and Development in Uganda, Routledge. 276pp.
  • Wischermann, C., Steinbrecher, A. and Howell, P., 2018. Animal History in the Modern City Exploring Liminality, Bloomsbury Publishing. 264pp.
  • Amin, A. and Howell, P. (eds.), 2016. Releasing the Commons: Rethinking the Futures of the Commons, Routledge. 238pp.
  • Gandy, M., 2016. Moth, Reaktion. 244pp.
  • Gandy, M., 2015. Nature, sexualité, et hétérotopie, Eterotopia. 72pp.
  • Howell, P., 2015. At Home and Astray The Domestic Dog in Victorian Britain, University of Virginia Press. 264pp.
  • Vira, B., Wildburger, C. and Mansourian, S. (eds.), 2015. Forests, trees and landscapes for food security and nutrition : a global assessment report, International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). v. 33, 172pp.
  • Vira, B., Wildburger, C. and Mansourian, S., 2015. Forests and Food Addressing Hunger and Nutrition Across Sustainable Landscapes, Open Book Publishers. 288pp.

The Botanical City The Routledge Companion to Animal-Human History Conservation and Development in Uganda Animal History in the Modern City Exploring Liminality Releasing the Commons: Rethinking the Futures of the Commons Moth Nature, sexualité, et hétérotopie At Home and Astray The Domestic Dog in Victorian Britain Forests and Food Addressing Hunger and Nutrition Across Sustainable Landscapes

Journal articles

Key publications are marked with a star.

2020

  • Adams, W., 2020. Digital Animals. The Philosopher, v. 108, p.17-21.
  • Adams, W.M., 2020. Geographies of conservation III: Nature’s spaces. Progress in Human Geography, v. 44, p.789-801. doi:10.1177/0309132519837779.
  • Barlow, J., Berenguer, E., Carmenta, R. and França, F., 2020. Clarifying Amazonia's burning crisis. Global Change Biology, v. 26, p.319-321. doi:10.1111/gcb.14872.
  • Barua, M., 2020. Affective economies, pandas, and the atmospheric politics of lively capital. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 45, p.678-692. doi:10.1111/tran.12361.
  • Barua, M., 2020. Virtual Virulence and Metabolic Life. Cultural Anthropology, v. https://culanth.org/fieldsights/virtual-virulence-and-metabolic-life.
  • Bosch, L.S.M.M., Wells, J.C.K., Lum, S. and Reid, A.M., 2020. Associations of the objective built environment along the route to school with children’s modes of commuting: A multilevel modelling analysis (the SLIC study). PLoS ONE, v. 15, p.e0231478-. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0231478.
  • Carmenta, R., Coomes, D.A., DeClerck, F.A.J., Hart, A.K., Harvey, C.A., Milder, J., Reed, J., Vira, B. and Estrada-Carmona, N., 2020. Characterizing and Evaluating Integrated Landscape Initiatives. One Earth, v. 2, p.174-187. doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2020.01.009.
  • Carmenta, R., Zabala, A., Trihadmojo, B., Gaveau, D., Salim, M.A. and Phelps, J., 2020. Evaluating bundles of interventions to prevent peat-fires in Indonesia. Global Environmental Change, p.102154-. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2020.102154.
  • Corrigan, C., Jones, M., Sandbrook, C., Nelson, F., Copsey, J. and Doak, N., 2020. New collaborations for conservation leadership development. ORYX, v. 54, p.151-152.
  • Cullen, A., 2020. Transitional environmentality – Understanding uncertainty at the junctures of eco-logical production in Timor-Leste. Environment and Planning E Nature and Space, v. 3, p.423-441. doi:10.1177/2514848620908201.
  • Davenport, R.J., 2020. Urbanization and mortality in Britain, c. 1800-50. ECONOMIC HISTORY REVIEW, doi:10.1111/ehr.12964.
  • Dressler, W.H., Smith, W., Kull, C.A., Carmenta, R. and Pulhin, J.M., 2020. Recalibrating burdens of blame: Anti-swidden politics and green governance in the Philippine Uplands. Geoforum, doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2020.01.024.
  • Gandy, M., 2020. Berlin bodies: Anatomizing the streets of the city. Journal of Urban Affairs, v. 42, p.1-2. doi:10.1080/07352166.2019.1614403.
  • Garnett, E.E., Marteau, T.M., Sandbrook, C., Pilling, M.A. and Balmford, A., 2020. Order of meals at the counter and distance between options affect student cafeteria vegetarian sales. Nature Food, v. 1, p.485-488. doi:10.1038/s43016-020-0132-8.
  • Gortfelder, M., Jaadla, H. and Klesment, M., 2020. Socio-economic status and fertility in an urban context at the end of the nineteenth century: a linked records study from Tartu, Estonia. The History of the Family, p.1-23. doi:10.1080/1081602x.2020.1712661.
  • Heley, J., Welsh, M. and Saville, S., 2020. The fanta-sy of global products: fizzy-drinks, differentiated ubiquity and the placing of globalization. Globalizations, v. 17, p.1-15. doi:10.1080/14747731.2019.1686821.
  • Howe, C., Corbera, E., Vira, B., Brockington, D. and Adams, W.M., 2020. Distinct positions underpin ecosystem services for poverty alleviation. Oryx, v. 54, p.375-382. doi:10.1017/s0030605318000261.
  • Howell, P., 2020. The Trouble with Liminanimals. Parallax, v. 25, p.395-411. doi:10.1080/13534645.2020.1731007.
  • Howell, P., 2020. What Would a Global History of Pets Look Like?. Cheng Kung Historical Journal.
  • Howell, P. and Petri, O., 2020. From the Dawn Chorus to the Canary Choir: Notes on the Unnatural History of Birdsong. Humanimalia: a journal of human/animal interface studies, v. 11.
  • Jaadla, H., Potter, E., Keibek, S. and Davenport, R., 2020. Infant and child mortality by socio‐economic status in early nineteenth‐century England †. The Economic History Review, doi:10.1111/ehr.12971.
  • Jaadla, H., Reid, A., Garrett, E., Schürer, K. and Day, J., 2020. Revisiting the Fertility Transition in England and Wales: The Role of Social Class and Migration. Demography, v. 57, p.1543-1569. doi:10.1007/s13524-020-00895-3.
  • Jaadla, H., Shaw-Taylor, L. and Davenport, R., 2020. Height and health in late eighteenth-century England. Population Studies, p.1-21. doi:10.1080/00324728.2020.1823011.
  • Jefferson, U., Carmenta, R., Daeli, W. and Phelps, J., 2020. Characterising policy responses to complex socio-ecological problems: 60 fire management interventions in Indonesian peatlands. Global Environmental Change, v. 60, doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2019.102027.
  • Klesment, M., Jaadla, H. and Gortfelder, M., 2020. Educational heterogamy during the early phase of the educational expansion: Results from the university town of Tartu, Estonia in the late 19th century. Demographic Research, v. 43, p.329-364. doi:10.4054/demres.2020.43.13.
  • Maiolo, V. and Reid, A.M., 2020. Looking for an explanation for the excessive male mortality in England and Wales since the end of the 19th century. SSM - Population Health, v. 11, p.100584-. doi:10.1016/j.ssmph.2020.100584.
  • Marphatia, A.A., Saville, N.M., Amable, G.S., Manandhar, D.S., Cortina-Borja, M., Wells, J.C. and Reid, A.M., 2020. How Much Education Is Needed to Delay Women's Age at Marriage and First Pregnancy?. Frontiers in Public Health, v. 7, p.396-. doi:10.3389/fpubh.2019.00396.
  • Marphatia, A.A., Wells, J.C.K., Reid, A.M., Borja, M.C., Manandhar, D.S., Sen, A., Saville, N., Devakumar, D., Osrin, D., Prost, A. and Dulal, S., 2020. The association of maternal nutrition and children’s pre-primary experience with over-age attendance in secondary school: evidence from lowland Nepal. International Journal of Educational Research, v. 99, p.101491-. doi:10.1016/j.ijer.2019.10.001.
  • McCorristine, S. and Adams, W.M., 2020. Ghost species: spectral geographies of biodiversity conservation. Cultural Geographies, doi:10.1177/1474474019871645.
  • Nally, D. and Kearns, G., 2020. Vegetative States: Potatoes, Affordances, and Survival Ecologies. Antipode, v. 52, p.1373-1392. doi:10.1111/anti.12652.
  • Ngwenya, N., Helfand, R., McNamara, A., Cooper, M., Espinosa, P., Flenley, D., Steiner, N., Awoyemi, S., Dicke, I., Musasa, M. and Sandbrook, C., 2020. A call for collective crisis leadership. ORYX, v. 54, p.431-432. doi:10.1017/S0030605320000496.
  • Oliver, C., 2020. Beyond-human research: Negotiating silence, anger & failure in multispecies worlds. Emotion Space and Society, v. 35, p.100686-. doi:10.1016/j.emospa.2020.100686.
  • Oliver, C. and Morris, A., 2020. (dis-)Belonging bodies: negotiating outsider-ness at academic conferences. Gender Place & Culture, v. 27, p.1-23. doi:10.1080/0966369x.2019.1609913.
  • Pan, Y., 2020. Human–Nature Relationships in East Asian Animated Films. Societies, v. 10, p.35-. doi:10.3390/soc10020035.
  • Pan, Y., Che, Y., Marshall, S. and Maltby, L., 2020. Heterogeneity in Ecosystem Service Values: Linking Public Perceptions and Environmental Policies. Sustainability, v. 12, p.1217-. doi:10.3390/su12031217.
  • Reid, A., accepted 2020. THE GEOGRAPHY OF MATERNAL MORTALITY IN EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ENGLAND AND WALES. Annales de Demographie Historique.
  • Reid, A., Jaadla, H., Garrett, E. and Schürer, K., 2020. Adapting the Own Children Method to allow comparison of fertility between populations with different marriage regimes. Population Studies, v. 74, p.1-22. doi:10.1080/00324728.2019.1630563.
  • Sandbrook, C., Gomez-Baggethun, E. and Adams, W.M., accepted 2020. Biodiversity Conservation in a Post-COVID-19 Economy. Oryx: journal of fauna and flora international.
  • Saville, S.M., 2020. Towards humble geographies. Area, art. area.12664, doi:10.1111/area.12664.
  • Schulz, C., 2020. Forest conservation through markets? A discourse network analysis of the debate on funding mechanisms for REDD+ in Brazil. Environmental Communication, v. 14, p.202-218. doi:10.1080/17524032.2019.1631869.
  • Schulz, C., 2020. Revisiting the debate on large dams. International Water Power and Dam Construction, v. 72, p.22-23.
  • Schulz, C. and Adams, W.M., 2020. In search of the good dam: Contemporary views on dam planning in Latin America. Sustainability Science, doi:10.1007/s11625-020-00870-2.
  • Turnbull, J., Searle, A. and Adams, W.M., 2020. Quarantine encounters with digital animals: More-than-human geographies of lockdown life. v. 1, p.6.1-6.10. doi:10.1386/jem_00027_1.
  • Vickery, J.A. and Adams, W.M., 2020. Action before certainty for Africa's European migrant birds. ORYX, v. 54, p.1-2. doi:10.1017/S0030605319001273.
  • Watts, N. and Scales, I.R., 2020. Social impact investing, agriculture, and the financialisation of development: Insights from sub-Saharan Africa. World Development, v. 130, p.104918-. doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.104918.
  • WRIGLEY, E.A. and SMITH, R., 2020. MALTHUS AND THE POOR LAW. The Historical Journal, v. 63, p.33-62. doi:10.1017/s0018246x19000177.
  • Wyborn, C., Davila, F., Pereira, L., Lim, M., Alvarez, I., Henderson, G., Luers, A., Martinez Harms, M.J., Maze, K., Montana, J., Ryan, M., Sandbrook, C., Shaw, R. and Woods, E., 2020. Imagining transformative biodiversity futures. Nature Sustainability, v. 3, p.670-672. doi:10.1038/s41893-020-0587-5.
  • Zafra-Calvo, N., Balvanera, P., Pascual, U., Merçon, J., Martín-López, B., van Noordwijk, M., Mwampamba, T.H., Lele, S., Speranza, C.I., Arias-Arévalo, P., Cabrol, D., Cáceres, D.M., O'Farrell, P., Subramanian, S.M., Devy, S., Krishnan, S., Carmenta, R., Guibrunet, L., Kraus-Elsin, Y., Moersberger, H., Cariño, J. and Díaz, S., 2020. Plural valuation of nature for equity and sustainability: Insights from the Global South. Global Environmental Change, v. 63, p.102115-. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2020.102115.

2019

  • Adams, W.M., 2019. Geographies of conservation II: Technology, surveillance and conservation by algorithm. Progress in Human Geography, v. 43, p.337-350. doi:10.1177/0309132517740220.
  • Barua, M., 2019. Animating capital: Work, commodities, circulation. Progress in Human Geography, v. 43, p.650-669. doi:10.1177/0309132518819057.
  • Barua, M. and Sinha, A., 2019. Animating the urban: an ethological and geographical conversation. Social & Cultural Geography, v. 20, p.1-21. doi:10.1080/14649365.2017.1409908.
  • Bennett, R.J., Smith, H., van Lieshout, C., Montebruno, P. and Newton, G., 2019. The Age of Entrepreneurship. doi:10.4324/9781315160375.
  • Bogart, D., Lefors, M. and Satchell, A.E.M., 2019. Canal carriers and creative destruction in English transport,. Explorations in Economic History, v. 71, p.1-24. doi:10.1016/j.eeh.2018.08.005.
  • Bosch, L.S.M.M., Wells, J.C.K., Lum, S. and Reid, A.M., 2019. Associations of extracurricular physical activity patterns and body composition components in a multi-ethnic population of UK children (the Size and Lung Function in Children study): a multilevel modelling analysis. BMC Public Health, v. 19, p.573-. doi:10.1186/s12889-019-6883-1.
  • Bose, A., Garcia, C. and Vira, B., 2019. Mottled motivations and narrow incentives: Exploring limitations of direct incentive policies in the Western Ghats, India. Ecological Economics, v. 156, p.511-518. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.09.007.
  • Carmenta, R., Coudel, E. and Steward, A.M., 2019. Forbidden fire: Does criminalising fire hinder conservation efforts in swidden landscapes of the Brazilian Amazon?. Geographical Journal, v. 185, p.23-37. doi:10.1111/geoj.12255.
  • Chambers, J., Del Aguila Mejia, M., Ramirez Reategui, R. and Sandbrook, C., 2019. Why joint conservation and development projects often fail: An in-depth examination in the Peruvian Amazon. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.
  • Creed, I.F., Jones, J.A., Archer, E., Claassen, M., Ellison, D., McNulty, S.G., van Noordwijk, M., Vira, B., Wei, X., Bishop, K., Blanco, J.A., Gush, M., Gyawali, D., Jobbágy, E., Lara, A., Little, C., Martin-Ortega, J., Mukherji, A., Murdiyarso, D., Pol, P.O., Sullivan, C.A. and Xu, J., 2019. Managing Forests for Both Downstream and Downwind Water. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, v. 2, p.64-. doi:10.3389/ffgc.2019.00064.
  • Cullen, A., 2019. Timor-Leste. The land of gold: Post-conflict recovery and cultural revival in independent Timor-Leste By Judith M. Bovensiepen Ithaca, NY: Southeast Asia Program Publications, Cornell University, 2015. Pp. 216. Illustrations, Maps. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, v. 50, p.307-309. doi:10.1017/s0022463419000122.
  • Davenport, R.J., 2019. Infant-feeding practices and infant survival by familial wealth in London, 1752–1812. History of the Family, v. 24, p.174-206. doi:10.1080/1081602X.2019.1580601.
  • Davenport, R.J., Satchell, M. and Shaw-Taylor, L.M.W., 2019. Cholera as a ‘sanitary test’ of British cities, 1831–1866. History of the Family, v. 24, p.404-438. doi:10.1080/1081602X.2018.1525755.
  • Feger, C., Mermet, L., Vira, B., Addison, P.F.E., Barker, R., Birkin, F., Burns, J., Cooper, S., Couvet, D., Cuckston, T., Daily, G.C., Dey, C., Gallagher, L., Hails, R., Jollands, S., Mace, G., Mckenzie, E., Milne, M., Quattrone, P., Rambaud, A., Russell, S., Santamaria, M. and Sutherland, W.J., 2019. Four priorities for new links between conservation science and accounting research. Conservation Biology, v. 33, p.972-975. doi:10.1111/cobi.13254.
  • Fortnam, M., Brown, K., Chaigneau, T., Crona, B., Daw, T.M., Gonçalves, D., Hicks, C., Revmatas, M., Sandbrook, C. and Schulte-Herbruggen, B., 2019. The Gendered Nature of Ecosystem Services. Ecological Economics, v. 159, p.312-325. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2018.12.018.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. The fly that tried to save the world: Saproxylic geographies and other‐than‐human ecologies. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 44, p.392-406. doi:10.1111/tran.12281.
  • Garnett, E.E., Balmford, A., Sandbrook, C., Pilling, M.A. and Marteau, T.M., 2019. Impact of increasing vegetarian availability on meal selection and sales in cafeterias. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, v. 116, p.20923-20929. doi:10.1073/pnas.1907207116.
  • Grove, K., Krivý, M., Rickards, L., Schliwa, G., Collier, S.J., Cox, S. and Gandy, M., 2019. Interventions on design and political geography. Political Geography, p.102017-. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2019.04.009.
  • Howell, P., 2019. Greyhound Nation: A Coevolutionary History, 1200-1900. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, v. 124, p.1141-1142. doi:10.1093/ahr/rhz531.
  • Howell, P. and Taves, I., 2019. The curious case of the croydon cat-killer: producing predators in the multi-species metropolis. Social & Cultural Geography, p.1-20. doi:10.1080/14649365.2019.1681022.
  • Joshi, T., Kovacs, E. and Neupane, K., 2019. Incentives for Securing Water in a Himalayan Town: A Case from Dhulikhel, Nepal. New Angle: Nepal Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, v. 6, p.1-20.
  • Kearns, G. and Nally, D., 2019. An accumulated wrong: Roger Casement and the anticolonial moments within imperial governance. Journal of Historical Geography, v. 64, p.1-12. doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2019.02.004.
  • Kehoe, L., Reis, T., Virah-Sawmy, M., Balmford, A., Kuemmerle, T. and signatories, ., 2019. Make EU trade with Brazil sustainable. Science, v. 364, p.341-341. doi:10.1126/science.aaw8276.
  • Kovacs, E.K., 2019. Seeing subsidies like a farmer: emerging subsidy cultures in Hungary. The Journal of Peasant Studies, p.1-24. doi:10.1080/03066150.2019.1657842.
  • Kovács, E.K., Ojha, H., Neupane, K.R., Niven, T., Agarwal, C., Chauhan, D., Dahal, N., Devkota, K., Guleria, V., Joshi, T., Michael, N.K., Pandey, A., Singh, N., Singh, V., Thadani, R. and Vira, B., 2019. A political ecology of water and small-town urbanisation across the lower Himalayas. Geoforum, v. 107, p.88-98. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2019.10.008.
  • Lorimer, J., Hodgetts, T. and Barua, M., 2019. Animals’ atmospheres. Progress in Human Geography, v. 43, p.26-45. doi:10.1177/0309132517731254.
  • Maharani, C.D., Moeliono, M., Wong, G.Y., Brockhaus, M., Carmenta, R. and Kallio, M., 2019. Development and equity: A gendered inquiry in a swidden landscape. Forest Policy and Economics, v. 101, p.120-128. doi:10.1016/j.forpol.2018.11.002.
  • Mansourian, S., Parrotta, J., Balaji, P., Bellwood‐Howard, I., Bhasme, S., Bixler, R.P., Boedhihartono, A.K., Carmenta, R., Jedd, T., Jong, W., Lake, F.K., Latawiec, A., Lippe, M., Rai, N.D., Sayer, J., Van Dexter, K., Vira, B., Visseren‐Hamakers, I., Wyborn, C. and Yang, A., 2019. Putting the pieces together: Integration for forest landscape restoration implementation. Land Degradation and Development, v. 31, p.419-429. doi:10.1002/ldr.3448.
  • Marphatia, A.A., Reid, A.M. and Yajnik, C.S., 2019. Developmental origins of secondary school dropout in rural India and its differential consequences by sex: A biosocial life-course analysis. International Journal of Educational Development, v. 66, p.8-23. doi:10.1016/j.ijedudev.2018.12.001.
  • Montana, J., Sandbrook, C., Robertson, E. and Ryan, M., 2019. Revealing research preferences in conservation science. ORYX, doi:10.1017/S003060531900067X.
  • Montebruno, P., Bennett, R., Van Lieshout, C., Smith, H. and Satchell, A., 2019. Shifts in agrarian entrepreneurship in mid-Victorian England and Wales. The Agricultural history review, v. 67, p.71-108.
  • Moon, K., Blackman, D.A., Adams, V.M., Colvin, R.M., Davila, F., Evans, M.C., Januchowski-Hartley, S.R., Bennett, N.J., Dickinson, H., Sandbrook, C., Sherren, K., St. John, F.A.V., van Kerkhoff, L. and Wyborn, C., 2019. Expanding the role of social science in conservation through an engagement with philosophy, methodology, and methods. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, doi:10.1111/2041-210x.13126.
  • Mooney, W. and Cullen, A., 2019. Implementing the Aboriginal Waterways Assessment tool: collaborations to engage and empower First Nations in waterway management. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, v. 26, p.1-19. doi:10.1080/14486563.2019.1645752.
  • Ojha, H., Kovacs, E., Devkota, K., Neupane, K.R., Dahal, N. and Vira, B., 2019. Local experts as the champions of water security in the Nepalese town of Dhulikhel. New Angle: Nepal Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, v. 5, p.1-14.
  • Pan, Y. and Vira, B., 2019. Exploring natural capital using bibliometrics and social media data. Ecology and Society, v. 24, doi:10.5751/es-11118-240405.
  • Petri, O., 2019. Discipline and Discretionary Power in Policing Homosexuality in Late Imperial St. Petersburg. Journal of Homosexuality, v. 66, p.937-969. doi:10.1080/00918369.2018.1485302.
  • Petri, O., 2019. Song of the Ovsîanka: Enhanced Nature of the Urban Canary in Imperial St. Petersburg (1880-1900). Society and Animals, p.1-25. doi:10.1163/15685306-00001755.
  • Reed, J., Barlow, J., Carmenta, R., van Vianen, J. and Sunderland, T., 2019. Engaging multiple stakeholders to reconcile climate, conservation and development objectives in tropical landscapes. Biological Conservation, v. 238, doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108229.
  • Sandbrook, C., Fisher, J.A., Holmes, G., Luque-Lora, R. and Keane, A., 2019. The global conservation movement is diverse but not divided. Nature Sustainability, v. 2, p.316-323. doi:10.1038/s41893-019-0267-5.
  • Saville, S.M., 2019. Tourists and researcher identities: critical considerations of collisions, collaborations and confluences in Svalbard. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, v. 27, p.573-589. doi:10.1080/09669582.2018.1435670.
  • Scales, I.R. and Friess, D.A., 2019. Patterns of mangrove forest disturbance and biomass removal due to small-scale harvesting in southwestern Madagascar. Wetlands Ecology and Management, v. 27, p.609-625. doi:10.1007/s11273-019-09680-5.
  • Schleicher, J., Zaehringer, J.G., Fastré, C., Vira, B., Visconti, P. and Sandbrook, C., 2019. Protecting half of the planet could directly affect over one billion people. Nature Sustainability, v. 2, p.1094-1096. doi:10.1038/s41893-019-0423-y.
  • Schulz, C., 2019. Governance-related values as dimensions of good water governance. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, v. 6, art. e1322, doi:10.1002/wat2.1322.
  • Schulz, C. and Adams, W.M., 2019. Debating dams: The World Commission on Dams 20 years on. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, v. 6, art. e1396, doi:10.1002/wat2.1369.
  • Schulz, C., Martín Brañas, M., Núñez Pérez, C., Del Aguila Villacorta, M., Laurie, N., Lawson, I.T. and Roucoux, K.H., 2019. Uses, cultural significance, and management of peatlands in the Peruvian Amazon: Implications for conservation. Biological Conservation, v. 235, p.189-198. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.04.005.
  • Schulz, C., Martín Brañas, M., Núñez Pérez, C., Del Aguila Villacorta, M., Laurie, N., Lawson, I.T. and Roucoux, K.H., 2019. Peatland and wetland ecosystems in Peruvian Amazonia: indigenous classifications and perspectives. Ecology and Society, v. 24, art. 12, doi:10.5751/es-10886-240212.
  • Schulz, C., Martin-Ortega, J. and Glenk, K., 2019. Understanding public views on a dam construction boom: the role of values. Water Resources Management, v. 33, p.4687-4700. doi:10.1007/s11269-019-02383-9.
  • Schulz, C., Whitney, B.S., Rossetto, O.C., Neves, D.M., Crabb, L., de Oliveira, E.C., Terra Lima, P.L., Afzal, M., Laing, A.F., de Souza Fernandes, L.C., da Silva, C.A., Steinke, V.A., Torres Steinke, E. and Saito, C.H., 2019. Physical, ecological and human dimensions of environmental change in Brazil’s Pantanal wetland: Synthesis and research agenda. Science of the Total Environment, v. 687, p.1011-1027. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.06.023.
  • Vira, B. and Schneider, H., 2019. Biodiversity conservation initiatives have unfulfilled potential to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Oryx, v. 53, p.15-15. doi:10.1017/s0030605318001291.

2018

  • Adams, W.M., 2018. Conservation by Algorithm. ORYX, v. 52, p.1-2. doi:10.1017/S0030605317001764.
  • Apostolopoulou, E., Greco, E. and Adams, W.M., 2018. Biodiversity offsetting and the production of 'equivalent natures': A Marxist critique. ACME, v. 17, p.861-892.
  • Balmford, A., Cole, L., Sandbrook, C. and Fisher, B., 2018. A response to O'Byrne et al. Biological Conservation, v. 218, p.295-. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.11.005.
  • Barua, M., 2018. Ratzel's biogeography: a more-than-human encounter. Journal of Historical Geography, v. 61, p.102-108. doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2018.05.015.
  • Barua, M., 2018. Animal Work: Metabolic, Ecological, Affective. Cultural Anthropology.
  • Brockington, D., Adams, W.M., Agarwal, B., Agrawal, A., Büscher, B., Chhatre, A., Duffy, R., Fletcher, R. and Oldekop, J.A., 2018. Working governance for working land. Science, v. 362, p.1257-1257. doi:10.1126/science.aav8452.
  • Crane, N., Larner, W., Macklin, M., Malhi, Y., Rose, P. and Vira, B., 2018. Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Medals and Awards celebration 2018. Geographical Journal, v. 184, p.329-339. doi:10.1111/geoj.12267.
  • Davenport, R.J., Satchell, M. and Shaw-Taylor, L.M.W., 2018. The geography of smallpox in England before vaccination: A conundrum resolved. Social Science & Medicine, v. 206, p.75-85. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.04.019.
  • Evans, L.A. and Adams, W.M., 2018. Elephants as actors in the political ecology of human–elephant conflict. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 43, p.630-645. doi:10.1111/tran.12242.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Cities in deep time: Bio-diversity, metabolic rift, and the urban question. City, v. 22, p.96-105. doi:10.1080/13604813.2018.1434289.
  • Garrett, E. and Reid, A., 2018. Composing a national picture from local scenes: New and future insights into the fertility transition. Local Population Studies, v. 2018, p.60-76.
  • Garrett, E. and Reid, A.M., 2018. Composing a National Picture from Local Scenes: New and Future Insights into the Fertility Transition. Local Population Studies, v. 100, art. 6, p.60-76.
  • Howell, P., 2018. The Drunkard’s Nose: Making and Unmaking the Person in Trollope’s “The Spotted Dog”. The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs, v. 32, p.60-80. doi:10.1086/shad3201060.
  • Howell, P. and Kean, H., 2018. The dogs that didn't bark in the Blitz: transpecies and transpersonal emotional geographies on the British home front. Journal of Historical Geography, v. 61, p.44-52. doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2018.06.001.
  • Jucker, T., Wintle, B., Shackelford, G., Bocquillon, P., Geffert, J.L., Kasoar, T., Kovacs, E., Mumby, H.S., Orland, C., Schleicher, J., Tew, E.R., Zabala, A., Amano, T., Bell, A., Bongalov, B., Chambers, J.M., Corrigan, C., Durán, A.P., Duvic‐Paoli, L., Emilson, C., Emilson, E.J.S., da Silva, J.F., Garnett, E.E., Green, E.J., Guth, M.K., Hacket‐Pain, A., Hinsley, A., Igea, J., Kunz, M., Luke, S.H., Lynam, W., Martin, P.A., Nunes, M.H., Ockendon, N., Pavitt, A., Payne, C.L.R., Plutshack, V., Rademacher, T.T., Robertson, R.J., Rose, D.C., Serban, A., Simmons, B.I., Tayleur, C., Wordley, C.F.R. and Mukherjee, N., 2018. Ten‐year assessment of the 100 priority questions for global biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology, v. 32, p.1457-1463. doi:10.1111/cobi.13159.
  • Milbank, C., Coomes, D. and Vira, B., 2018. Assessing the Progress of REDD+ Projects towards the Sustainable Development Goals. Forests, v. 9, p.589-. doi:10.3390/f9100589.
  • Moore, F., 2018. Historical Geography, feminist research and the gender politics of the present. Geography Compass, v. 12, p.e12398-. doi:10.1111/gec3.12398.
  • Nally, D. and Brooks, C., 2018. From the Teen to the Green Revolution: American philanthropy and youth club work in Northern Europe. Journal of Historical Geography, v. 61, p.27-43. doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2018.03.002.
  • Newton, G., 2018. Matthew Davies , Catherine Ferguson , Vanessa Harding , Elizabeth Parkinson and Andrew Wareham (editors), London and Middlesex hearth tax, part I and part 2 (London: British Records Society, 2014). Pages xviii + 1825, including figures 39 + tables 41 + maps 22. £60 hardback. Continuity and Change, v. 33, p.289-291. doi:10.1017/s0268416018000176.
  • Ockendon, N., Thomas, D.H.L., Cortina, J., Adams, W.M., Aykroyd, T., Barov, B., Boitani, L., Bonn, A., Branquinho, C., Brombacher, M., Burrell, C., Carver, S., Crick, H.Q.P., Duguy, B., Everett, S., Fokkens, B., Fuller, R.J., Gibbons, D.W., Gokhelashvili, R., Griffin, C., Halley, D.J., Hotham, P., Hughes, F.M.R., Karamanlidis, A.A., McOwen, C.J., Miles, L., Mitchell, R., Rands, M.R.W., Roberts, J., Sandom, C.J., Spencer, J.W., Broeke, E.T., Tew, E.R., Thomas, C.D., Timoshyna, A., Unsworth, R.K.F., Warrington, S. and Sutherland, W.J., 2018. One hundred priority questions for landscape restoration in Europe. Biological Conservation, v. 221, p.198-208. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2018.03.002.
  • Oliver, C., Leader, S. and Kettridge, N., 2018. Birmingham Bog outdoor laboratory: potentials and possibilities for embedding field-based teaching within the undergraduate classroom. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, v. 42, p.1-18. doi:10.1080/03098265.2018.1455816.
  • Phalan, B., Hayes, G., Brooks, S., Marsh, D., Howard, P., Costelloe, B., Vira, B., Kowalska, A. and Whitaker, S., 2018. Avoiding impacts on biodiversity through strengthening the first stage of the mitigation hierarchy. Oryx, v. 52, p.316-324. doi:10.1017/s0030605316001034.
  • Reid, A. and Garrett, E., 2018. Medical provision and urban-rural differences in maternal mortality in late nineteenth century Scotland. Social Science & Medicine, v. 201, p.35-43. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.01.028.
  • Reid, A.M. and Garrett, E., 2018. Mortality, work and migration: a consideration of age-specific mortality from tuberculosis in Scotland, 1861-1901. Historical Life Course Studies, v. 6, p.111-132.
  • Rose, D.C., Sutherland, W.J., Amano, T., González‐Varo, J.P., Robertson, R.J., Simmons, B.I., Wauchope, H.S., Kovacs, E., Durán, A.P., Vadrot, A.B.M., Wu, W., Dias, M.P., Di Fonzo, M.M.I., Ivory, S., Norris, L., Nunes, M.H., Nyumba, T.O., Steiner, N., Vickery, J. and Mukherjee, N., 2018. The major barriers to evidence‐informed conservation policy and possible solutions. Conservation Letters, v. 11, p.e12564-. doi:10.1111/conl.12564.
  • Sandbrook, C., Luque-Lora, R. and Adams, W.M., 2018. Human Bycatch: Conservation Surveillance and the Social Implications of Camera Traps. Conservation and Society, v. 16, p.493-504. doi:10.4103/cs.cs_17_165.
  • Scales, I., 2018. Tropical Forests, Politics, and Power: From Colonial Concessions to Carbon Credits. Brown Journal of World Affairs, v. 23.
  • Schleicher, J., Schaafsma, M., Burgess, N.D., Sandbrook, C., Danks, F., Cowie, C. and Vira, B., 2018. Poorer without It? The Neglected Role of the Natural Environment in Poverty and Wellbeing. Sustainable Development, v. 26, p.83-98. doi:10.1002/sd.1692.
  • Schleicher, J., Schaafsma, M. and Vira, B., 2018. Will the Sustainable Development Goals address the links between poverty and the natural environment?. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, v. 34, p.43-47. doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2018.09.004.
  • Schulz, C. and Martin-Ortega, J., 2018. Quantifying relational values — why not?. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, v. 35, p.15-21. doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2018.10.015.
  • Schulz, C., Martin-Ortega, J. and Glenk, K., 2018. Value landscapes and their impact on public water policy preferences. Global Environmental Change, v. 53, p.209-224. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2018.09.015.
  • Schürer, K., Garrett, E.M., Jaadla, H. and Reid, A., 2018. Household and family structure in England and Wales (1851-1911): Continuities and change. Continuity and Change, v. 33, p.365-411. doi:10.1017/S0268416018000243.
  • Teel, T.L., Anderson, C.B., Burgman, M.A., Cinner, J., Clark, D., Estévez, R.A., Jones, J.P.G., McClanahan, T.R., Reed, M.S., Sandbrook, C. and St John, F.A.V., 2018. Publishing social science research in Conservation Biology to move beyond biology. Conserv Biol, v. 32, p.6-8. doi:10.1111/cobi.13059.
  • Zabala, A., Sandbrook, C. and Mukherjee, N., 2018. When and how to use Q methodology to understand perspectives in conservation research. Conserv Biol, v. 32, p.1185-1194. doi:10.1111/cobi.13123.

2017

  • Adams, W.M., 2017. Sleeping with the enemy? Biodiversity conservation, corporations and the green economy. Journal of Political Ecology, v. 24, p.243-257.
  • Adams, W.M., 2017. Geographies of conservation I. Progress in Human Geography, v. 41, p.534-545. doi:10.1177/0309132516646641.
  • Apostolopoulou, E. and Adams, W.M., 2017. Biodiversity offsetting and conservation: reframing nature to save it. Oryx, v. 51, p.23-31. doi:10.1017/s0030605315000782.
  • Apostolopoulou, E. and Adams, W.M., 2017. Biodiversity offsetting and the reframing of conservation: a reply to ten Kate & von Hase and Dempsey & Collard. Oryx, v. 51, p.40-42. doi:10.1017/s0030605316001332.
  • Apostolopoulou, E. and Adams, W.M., 2017. Cutting nature to fit: Urbanization, neoliberalism and biodiversity offsetting in England. Geoforum, doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.05.013.
  • Apostolopoulou, E., Adams, W.M. and Greco, E., accepted 2017. Biodiversity Offsetting and the Construction of ‘Equivalent Natures' A Marxist Critique. ACME : An International e-Journal for Critical Geographies.
  • Balmford, A., Cole, L., Sandbrook, C. and Fisher, B., 2017. The environmental footprints of conservationists, economists and medics compared. Biological Conservation, v. 214, p.260-269. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.07.035.
  • Barua, M., 2017. Nonhuman labour, encounter value, spectacular accumulation: the geographies of a lively commodity. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 42, p.274-288. doi:10.1111/tran.12170.
  • Büscher, B., Fletcher, R., Brockington, D., Sandbrook, C., Adams, B., Campbell, L., Corson, C., Dressler, W., Duffy, R., Gray, N., Holmes, G., Kelly, A., Lunstrum, E., Ramutsindela, M. and Shanker, K., 2017. Doing Whole Earth justice: A reply to Cafaro et al.. ORYX, v. 51, p.401-401. doi:10.1017/S0030605317000278.
  • Büscher, B., Fletcher, R., Brockington, D., Sandbrook, C., Adams, W.M., Campbell, L., Corson, C., Dressler, W., Duffy, R., Gray, N., Holmes, G., Kelly, A., Lunstrum, E., Ramutsindela, M. and Shanker, K., 2017. Half-Earth or Whole Earth? Radical ideas for conservation, and their implications. ORYX, v. 51, p.407-410. doi:10.1017/S0030605316001228.
  • Carmenta, R., Zabala, A., Daeli, W. and Phelps, J., 2017. Perceptions across scales of governance and the Indonesian peatland fires. Global Environmental Change, v. 46, p.50-59. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2017.08.001.
  • Dorward, L.J., Mittermeier, J.C., Sandbrook, C. and Spooner, F., 2017. Pokémon Go: Benefits, Costs, and Lessons for the Conservation Movement. Conservation Letters, v. 10, p.160-165. doi:10.1111/conl.12326.
  • Duffy, J.P., Cunliffe, A.M., DeBell, L., Sandbrook, C.G., Wich, S.A., Shutler, J.D., Myers-Smith, I.H., Varela, M.R. and Anderson, K., 2017. Location, location, location: considerations when using lightweight drones in challenging environments. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, doi:10.1002/rse2.58.
  • Gandy, M., 2017. Negative Luminescence. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, v. 107, p.1-18. doi:10.1080/24694452.2017.1308767.
  • Gandy, M., 2017. Urban atmospheres. Cultural Geographies, v. 24, p.353-374. doi:10.1177/1474474017712995.
  • Gandy, M. and Jasper, S., 2017. Geography, materialism, and the neo-vitalist turn. Dialogues in Human Geography, v. 7, p.140-144. doi:10.1177/2043820617717848.
  • Gaveau, D.L.A., Pirard, R., Salim, M.A., Tonoto, P., Yaen, H., Parks, S.A. and Carmenta, R., 2017. Overlapping Land Claims Limit the Use of Satellites to Monitor No‐Deforestation Commitments and No‐Burning Compliance. Conservation Letters, v. 10, p.257-264. doi:10.1111/conl.12256.
  • Gebara, M.F., May, P.H., Carmenta, R., Calixto, B., Brockhaus, M. and Di Gregorio, M., 2017. Framing REDD+ in the Brazilian national media: how discourses evolved amid global negotiation uncertainties. Climatic Change, v. 141, p.213-226. doi:10.1007/s10584-017-1896-1.
  • Green, J.M.H., Cranston, G.R., Sutherland, W.J., Tranter, H.R., Bell, S.J., Benton, T.G., Blixt, E., Bowe, C., Broadley, S., Brown, A., Brown, C., Burns, N., Butler, D., Collins, H., Crowley, H., DeKoszmovszky, J., Firbank, L.G., Fulford, B., Gardner, T.A., Hails, R.S., Halvorson, S., Jack, M., Kerrison, B., Koh, L.S.C., Lang, S.C., McKenzie, E.J., Monsivais, P., O’Riordan, T., Osborn, J., Oswald, S., Price Thomas, E., Raffaelli, D., Reyers, B., Srai, J.S., Strassburg, B.B.N., Webster, D., Welters, R., Whiteman, G., Wilsdon, J. and Vira, B., 2017. Research priorities for managing the impacts and dependencies of business upon food, energy, water and the environment. Sustainability Science, v. 12, p.319-331. doi:10.1007/s11625-016-0402-4.
  • Holmes, G., Sandbrook, C. and Fisher, J.A., 2017. Understanding conservationists' perspectives on the new-conservation debate. Conserv Biol, v. 31, p.353-363. doi:10.1111/cobi.12811.
  • Hudson, L.N., Newbold, T., Contu, S., Hill, S.L.L., Lysenko, I., De Palma, A., Phillips, H.R.P., Alhusseini, T.I., Bedford, F.E., Bennett, D.J., Booth, H., Burton, V.J., Chng, C.W.T., Choimes, A., Correia, D.L.P., Day, J., Echeverría-Londoño, S., Emerson, S.R., Gao, D., Garon, M., Harrison, M.L.K., Ingram, D.J., Jung, M., Kemp, V., Kirkpatrick, L., Martin, C.D., Pan, Y., Pask-Hale, G.D., Pynegar, E.L., Robinson, A.N., Sanchez-Ortiz, K., Senior, R.A., Simmons, B.I., White, H.J., Zhang, H., Aben, J., Abrahamczyk, S., Adum, G.B., Aguilar-Barquero, V., Aizen, M.A., Albertos, B., Alcala, E.L., Del Mar Alguacil, M., Alignier, A., Ancrenaz, M., Andersen, A.N., Arbeláez-Cortés, E., Armbrecht, I., Arroyo-Rodríguez, V., Aumann, T., Axmacher, J.C., Azhar, B., Azpiroz, A.B., Baeten, L., Bakayoko, A., Báldi, A., Banks, J.E., Baral, S.K., Barlow, J., Barratt, B.I.P., Barrico, L., Bartolommei, P., Barton, D.M., Basset, Y., Batáry, P., Bates, A.J., Baur, B., Bayne, E.M., Beja, P., Benedick, S., Berg, Å., Bernard, H., Berry, N.J., Bhatt, D., Bicknell, J.E., Bihn, J.H., Blake, R.J., Bobo, K.S., Bóçon, R., Boekhout, T., Böhning-Gaese, K., Bonham, K.J., Borges, P.A.V., Borges, S.H., Boutin, C., Bouyer, J., Bragagnolo, C., Brandt, J.S., Brearley, F.Q., Brito, I., Bros, V., Brunet, J., Buczkowski, G., Buddle, C.M., Bugter, R., Buscardo, E., Buse, J., Cabra-García, J., Cáceres, N.C., Cagle, N.L., Calviño-Cancela, M., Cameron, S.A., Cancello, E.M., Caparrós, R., Cardoso, P., Carpenter, D., Carrijo, T.F., Carvalho, A.L., Cassano, C.R., Castro, H., Castro-Luna, A.A., Rolando, C.B., Cerezo, A., Chapman, K.A., Chauvat, M., Christensen, M., Clarke, F.M., Cleary, D.F.R., Colombo, G., Connop, S.P., Craig, M.D., Cruz-López, L., Cunningham, S.A., D'Aniello, B., D'Cruze, N., da Silva, P.G., Dallimer, M., Danquah, E., Darvill, B., Dauber, J., Davis, A.L.V., Dawson, J., de Sassi, C., de Thoisy, B., Deheuvels, O., Dejean, A., Devineau, J.-.L., Diekötter, T., Dolia, J.V., Domínguez, E., 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S.N., Hatfield, R.G., Hawes, J.E., Hayward, M.W., Hébert, C., Helden, A.J., Henden, J.-.A., Henschel, P., Hernández, L., Herrera, J.P., Herrmann, F., Herzog, F., Higuera-Diaz, D., Hilje, B., Höfer, H., Hoffmann, A., Horgan, F.G., Hornung, E., Horváth, R., Hylander, K., Isaacs-Cubides, P., Ishida, H., Ishitani, M., Jacobs, C.T., Jaramillo, V.J., Jauker, B., Hernández, F.J., Johnson, M.F., Jolli, V., Jonsell, M., Juliani, S.N., Jung, T.S., Kapoor, V., Kappes, H., Kati, V., Katovai, E., Kellner, K., Kessler, M., Kirby, K.R., Kittle, A.M., Knight, M.E., Knop, E., Kohler, F., Koivula, M., Kolb, A., Kone, M., Kőrösi, Á., Krauss, J., Kumar, A., Kumar, R., Kurz, D.J., Kutt, A.S., Lachat, T., Lantschner, V., Lara, F., Lasky, J.R., Latta, S.C., Laurance, W.F., Lavelle, P., Le Féon, V., LeBuhn, G., Légaré, J.-.P., Lehouck, V., Lencinas, M.V., Lentini, P.E., Letcher, S.G., Li, Q., Litchwark, S.A., Littlewood, N.A., Liu, Y., Lo-Man-Hung, N., López-Quintero, C.A., Louhaichi, M., Lövei, G.L., 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  • Jaadla, H. and Reid, A., 2017. The geography of early childhood mortality in England and Wales, 1881–1911. Demographic Research, v. 37, p.1861-1890. doi:10.4054/demres.2017.37.58.
  • Keeler, B.L., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Guerry, A.D., Addison, P.F.E., Bettigole, C., Burke, I.C., Gentry, B., Chembliss, L., Young, C., Travis, A.J., Darimont, C.T., Gordon, D.R., Hellmann, J., Kareiva, P., Monfort, S., Olander, L., Profeta, T., Possingham, H.P., Slotterback, C., Stirling, E., Ticktin, T. and Vira, B., 2017. Society Is Ready for a New Kind of Science—Is Academia?. BioScience, doi:10.1093/biosci/bix051.
  • Marphatia, A.A., Ambale, G.S. and Reid, A.M., 2017. Women’s Marriage Age Matters for Public Health: A Review of the Broader Health and Social Implications in South Asia. Frontiers in Public Health, v. 5, p.269-. doi:10.3389/fpubh.2017.00269.
  • Pascual, U., Palomo, I., Adams, W.M., Chan, K.M.A., Daw, T.M., Garmendia, E., Gómez-Baggethun, E., De Groot, R.S., Mace, G.M., Martín-López, B. and Phelps, J., 2017. Off-stage ecosystem service burdens: A blind spot for global sustainability. Environmental Research Letters, v. 12, art. 075001, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aa7392.
  • Radicic, D., Bennett, R. and Newton, G., 2017. Portfolio entrepreneurship in farming: Empirical evidence from the 1881 census for England and Wales. Journal of Rural Studies, v. 55, p.289-302. doi:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2017.08.019.
  • Reid, A., 2017. Infant feeding and child health and survival in Derbyshire in the early twentieth century. Women's Studies International Forum, v. 60, p.111-119. doi:10.1016/j.wsif.2016.10.011.
  • Reid, A., 2017. Infant Mortality and Working-Class Child Care, 1850-1899. By Melanie Reynolds. Journal of Social History, v. 51, p.1115-1117. doi:10.1093/jsh/shw146.
  • Sandbrook, C., 2017. Weak yet strong: The uneven power relations of conservation. ORYX, v. 51, p.379-380. doi:10.1017/S0030605317000618.
  • Satyal, P., Shrestha, K., Ojha, H., Vira, B. and Adhikari, J., 2017. A new Himalayan crisis? Exploring transformative resilience pathways. Environmental Development, v. 23, p.47-56. doi:10.1016/j.envdev.2017.02.010.
  • Scales, I., Friess, D.A., Glass, L. and Ravaoarinorotsihoarana, L., 2017. Rural livelihoods and mangrove degradation in south-west Madagascar: lime production as an emerging threat. Oryx, doi:10.1017/S0030605316001630.
  • Schulz, C. and Ioris, A.A.R., 2017. The paradox of water abundance in Mato Grosso, Brazil. Sustainability, v. 9, art. 1796, doi:10.3390/su9101796.
  • Schulz, C., Martin-Ortega, J., Glenk, K. and Ioris, A.A.R., 2017. The Value Base of Water Governance: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective. Ecological Economics, v. 131, p.241-249. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.09.009.
  • Schulz, C., Martin-Ortega, J., Ioris, A.A.R. and Glenk, K., 2017. Applying a ‘Value Landscapes Approach’ to Conflicts in Water Governance: The Case of the Paraguay-Paraná Waterway. Ecological Economics, v. 138, p.47-55. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.03.033.
  • Vira, B., 2017. Introduction to the BASAS 2016 Special Issue. Contemporary South Asia, v. 25, p.3-6. doi:10.1080/09584935.2017.1303446.
  • Vogl, A.L., Goldstein, J.H., Daily, G.C., Vira, B., Bremer, L., McDonald, R.I., Shemie, D., Tellman, B. and Cassin, J., 2017. Mainstreaming investments in watershed services to enhance water security: Barriers and opportunities. Environmental Science & Policy, v. 75, p.19-27. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2017.05.007.
  • Wijedasa, L.S., Jauhiainen, J., Könönen, M., Lampela, M., Vasander, H., Leblanc, M.-.C., Evers, S., Smith, T.E.L., Yule, C.M., Varkkey, H., Lupascu, M., Parish, F., Singleton, I., Clements, G.R., Aziz, S.A., Harrison, M.E., Cheyne, S., Anshari, G.Z., Meijaard, E., Goldstein, J.E., Waldron, S., Hergoualc'h, K., Dommain, R., Frolking, S., Evans, C.D., Posa, M.R.C., Glaser, P.H., Suryadiputra, N., Lubis, R., Santika, T., Padfield, R., Kurnianto, S., Hadisiswoyo, P., Lim, T.W., Page, S.E., Gauci, V., Van Der Meer, P.J., Buckland, H., Garnier, F., Samuel, M.K., Choo, L.N.L.K., O'Reilly, P., Warren, M., Suksuwan, S., Sumarga, E., Jain, A., Laurance, W.F., Couwenberg, J., Joosten, H., Vernimmen, R., Hooijer, A., Malins, C., Cochrane, M.A., Perumal, B., Siegert, F., Peh, K.S.-.H., Comeau, L.-.P., Verchot, L., Harvey, C.F., Cobb, A., Jaafar, Z., Wösten, H., Manuri, S., Müller, M., Giesen, W., Phelps, J., Yong, D.L., Silvius, M., Wedeux, B.M.M., Hoyt, A., Osaki, M., Hirano, T., Takahashi, H., Kohyama, T.S., Haraguchi, A., Nugroho, N.P., Coomes, D.A., Quoi, L.P., Dohong, A., Gunawan, H., Gaveau, D.L.A., Langner, A., Lim, F.K.S., Edwards, D.P., Giam, X., Van Der Werf, G., Carmenta, R., Verwer, C.C., Gibson, L., Gandois, L., Graham, L.L.B., Regalino, J., Wich, S.A., Rieley, J., Kettridge, N., Brown, C., Pirard, R., Moore, S., Capilla, B.R., Ballhorn, U., Ho, H.C., Hoscilo, A., Lohberger, S., Evans, T.A., Yulianti, N., Blackham, G., Onrizal, ., Husson, S., Murdiyarso, D., Pangala, S., Cole, L.E.S., Tacconi, L., Segah, H., Tonoto, P., Lee, J.S.H., Schmilewski, G., Wulffraat, S., Putra, E.I., Cattau, M.E., Clymo, R.S., Morrison, R., Mujahid, A., Miettinen, J., Liew, S.C., Valpola, S., Wilson, D., D'Arcy, L., Gerding, M., Sundari, S., Thornton, S.A., Kalisz, B., Chapman, S.J., Su, A.S.M., Basuki, I., Itoh, M., Traeholt, C., Sloan, S., Sayok, A.K. and Andersen, R., 2017. Denial of long‐term issues with agriculture on tropical peatlands will have devastating consequences. Global Change Biology, v. 23, p.977-982. doi:10.1111/gcb.13516.
  • Williams, P., James, A., McConnell, F. and Vira, B., 2017. Working at the margins? Muslim middle class professionals in India and the limits of ‘labour agency’. Environment and Planning A Economy and Space, v. 49, p.1266-1285. doi:10.1177/0308518x17692324.

2016

  • Adams, W., Hodge, I., Macgregor, N. and Sandbrook, L., 2016. Creating restoration landscapes: partnerships in large-scale conservation in the UK. Ecology and Society, v. 21, doi:10.5751/es-08498-210301.
  • Adams, W.M., 2016. Do you speak lion?. Science, v. 353, p.867-868. doi:10.1126/science.aaf8056.
  • Adams, W.M., 2016. The Great Game: Conservation in East Africa 1950-2016. Oryx, v. 50, p.567-568. doi:10.1017/S0030605316000971.
  • Barua, M., 2016. Lively commodities and encounter value. Environment and Planning D Society and Space, v. 34, p.725-744. doi:10.1177/0263775815626420.
  • Blanchard, L., Sandbrook, C., Fisher, J. and Vira, B., 2016. Investigating consistency of a pro-market perspective amongst conservationists. Conservation and Society, v. 14, p.112-124. doi:10.4103/0972-4923.183650.
  • Bose, A., Vira, B. and Garcia, C., 2016. Does environmental certification in coffee promote "business as usual"? A case study from the Western Ghats, India. Ambio, doi:10.1007/s13280-016-0796-3.
  • Carmenta, R., Blackburn, G.A., Davies, G., de Sassi, C., Lima, A., Parry, L., Tych, W. and Barlow, J., 2016. Does the Establishment of Sustainable Use Reserves Affect Fire Management in the Humid Tropics?. PLoS ONE, v. 11, p.e0149292-. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0149292.
  • Davenport, R., 2016. Urban Family Reconstitution—A Worked Example. Local population studies, p.28-49.
  • Davenport, R., 2016. Mrs Stone and Dr Smellie: Eighteenth-Century Midwives and their Patients. CONTINUITY AND CHANGE, v. 31, p.301-303. doi:10.1017/S0268416016000175.
  • Davenport, R.J., Boulton, J. and Schwarz, L., 2016. Urban inoculation and the decline of smallpox mortality in eighteenth‐century cities—a reply to Razzell. The Economic History Review, v. 69, p.188-214. doi:10.1111/ehr.12112.
  • Daw, T., Hicks, C., Brown, K., Chaigneau, T., Januchowski-Hartley, F., Cheung, W., Rosendo, S., Crona, B., Coulthard, S., Sandbrook, C., Perry, C., Bandeira, S., Muthiga, N., Schulte-Herbrüggen, B., Bosire, J. and McClanahan, T., 2016. Elasticity in ecosystem services: exploring the variable relationship between ecosystems and human well-being. Ecology and Society, v. 21, doi:10.5751/es-08173-210211.
  • Evans, L.A. and Adams, W.M., 2016. Fencing elephants: The hidden politics of wildlife fencing in Laikipia, Kenya. Land Use Policy, v. 51, p.215-228. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.11.008.
  • Gandy, M., 2016. Unintentional landscapes. Landscape Research, v. 41, p.433-440. doi:10.1080/01426397.2016.1156069.
  • Gandy, M., 2016. The glare of modernity. LA+ Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture, p.14-17.
  • Garmendia, E., Apostolopoulou, E., Adams, W.M. and Bormpoudakis, D., 2016. Biodiversity and Green Infrastructure in Europe: Boundary object or ecological trap?. Land Use Policy, v. 56, p.315-319. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2016.04.003.
  • Hodge, I. and Adams, W.M., 2016. Short-Term Projects versus Adaptive Governance: Conflicting Demands in the Management of Ecological Restoration. Land, v. 5, p.39-. doi:10.3390/land5040039.
  • Howell, P., 2016. Wild Animal Skins in Victorian Britain: Zoos, Collections, Portraits, and Maps. JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY, v. 53, p.123-124. doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2016.02.011.
  • Hughes, F., Adams, W., Butchart, S., Field, R., Peh, K. and Warrington, S., 2016. The challenges of integrating biodiversity and ecosystem services monitoring and evaluation at a landscape-scale wetland restoration project in the UK. Ecology and Society, v. 21, doi:10.5751/es-08616-210310.
  • Jaadla, H. and Puur, A., 2016. The impact of water supply and sanitation on infant mortality: Individual-level evidence from Tartu, Estonia, 1897–1900. Population Studies, v. 70, p.1-17. doi:10.1080/00324728.2016.1176237.
  • Kabagenyi, A., Reid, A., Ntozi, J. and Atuyambe, L., 2016. Socio-cultural inhibitors to use of modern contraceptive techniques in rural Uganda: a qualitative study. Pan African Medical Journal, v. 25, p.78-. doi:10.11604/pamj.2016.25.78.6613.
  • Kovacs, E., Kumar, C., Agarwal, C., Adams, W., Hope, R. and Vira, B., 2016. The politics of negotiation and implementation: a reciprocal water access agreement in the Himalayan foothills, India. Ecology and Society, v. 21, doi:10.5751/es-08462-210237.
  • Kovács, E.K. and Pataki, G., 2016. The participation of experts and knowledges in the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). Environmental Science & Policy, v. 57, p.131-139. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2015.12.007.
  • Lau, J.D. and Scales, I.R., 2016. Identity, subjectivity and natural resource use: How ethnicity, gender and class intersect to influence mangrove oyster harvesting in The Gambia. Geoforum, v. 69, p.136-146. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.01.002.
  • Marphatia, A.A., Cole, T.J., Grijalva-Eternod, C. and Wells, J.C.K., 2016. Associations of gender inequality with child malnutrition and mortality across 96 countries. Global Health Epidemiology and Genomics, v. 1, p.e6-. doi:10.1017/gheg.2016.1.
  • Marphatia, A.A., Devakumar, D., Wells, J.C.K., Saville, N., Reid, A., Costello, A., Manandhar, D.S. and Osrin, D., 2016. Maternal phenotype, independent of family economic capital, predicts educational attainment in lowland nepalese children. American Journal of Human Biology, doi:10.1002/ajhb.22852.
  • Moore, F., 2016. ‘A band of public‐spirited women’: middle‐class female philanthropy and citizenship in Bolton, Lancashire before 1918. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 41, p.149-162. doi:10.1111/tran.12114.
  • Mukherjee, N., Dicks, L.V., Shackelford, G.E., Vira, B. and Sutherland, W.J., 2016. Comparing groups versus individuals in decision making: a systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence, v. 5, p.19-. doi:10.1186/s13750-016-0066-7.
  • Nally, D., 2016. Against food security: On forms of care and fields of violence. Global Society, v. 30, p.558-582. doi:10.1080/13600826.2016.1158700.
  • Oldekop, J.A., Fontana, L.B., Grugel, J., Roughton, N., Adu‐Ampong, E.A., Bird, G.K., Dorgan, A., Espinoza, M.A.V., Wallin, S., Hammett, D., Agbarakwe, E., Agrawal, A., Asylbekova, N., Azkoul, C., Bardsley, C., Bebbington, A.J., Carvalho, S., Chopra, D., Christopoulos, S., Crewe, E., Dop, M., Fischer, J., Gerretsen, D., Glennie, J., Gois, W., Gondwe, M., Harrison, L.A., Hujo, K., Keen, M., Laserna, R., Miggiano, L., Mistry, S., Morgan, R.J., Raftree, L.L., Rhind, D., Rodrigues, T., Roschnik, S., Senkubuge, F., Thornton, I., Trace, S., Ore, T., Valdés, R.M., Vira, B., Yeates, N. and Sutherland, W.J., 2016. 100 key research questions for the post‐2015 development agenda. Development Policy Review, v. 34, p.55-82. doi:10.1111/dpr.12147.
  • Pan, Y., Marshall, S. and Maltby, L., 2016. Prioritising ecosystem services in Chinese rural and urban communities. Ecosystem Services, v. 21, p.1-5. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2016.07.011.
  • Pan, Y., Wei, G., Cunningham, A.A., Li, S., Chen, S., Milner-Gulland, E.J. and Turvey, S.T., 2016. Using local ecological knowledge to assess the status of the Critically Endangered Chinese giant salamander Andrias davidianus in Guizhou Province, China. Oryx, v. 50, p.257-264. doi:10.1017/s0030605314000830.
  • Petri, O., 2016. At the bathhouse: municipal reform and the bathing commons in late imperial St. Petersburg. Journal of Historical Geography, v. 51, p.40-51. doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2015.11.004.
  • Sandbrook, C., Fjelde, H. and Setten, G., 2016. Barquet, Karina. 2015. Transboundary Conservation and Conflict. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography, v. 70, p.127-128. doi:10.1080/00291951.2015.1114017.
  • Zablocki, J., Arora, S. and Barua, M., 2016. Factors affecting media coverage of species rediscoveries. Conservation Biology, v. 30, p.914-917. doi:10.1111/cobi.12683.

2015

  • Apostolopoulou, E. and Adams, W.M., 2015. Neoliberal Capitalism and Conservation in the Post‐crisis Era: The Dialectics of “Green” and “Un‐green” Grabbing in Greece and the UK. Antipode, v. 47, p.15-35. doi:10.1111/anti.12102.
  • Apostolopoulou, E. and Adams, W.M., 2015. Neoliberal capitalism and conservation in the post-crisis era: The dialectics of "Green" and "Un-green" Grabbing in Greece and the UK. Antipode, v. 47, p.15-35. doi:10.1111/anti.12102.
  • Arts, K., van der Wal, R. and Adams, W.M., 2015. Digital technology and the conservation of nature. Ambio, v. 44, p.661-673. doi:10.1007/s13280-015-0705-1.
  • Barua, M., 2015. Encounter. Environmental Humanities, v. 7, p.265-270. doi:10.1215/22011919-3616479.
  • Batterbury, S., Palmer, L., Reuter, T., de Carvalho, D.D.A., Kehi, B. and Cullen, A., 2015. Land access and livelihoods in post-conflict Timor-Leste: no magic bullets. International Journal of the Commons, v. 9, p.619-. doi:10.18352/ijc.514.
  • Bayliss-Smith, T.P. and Hviding, E., 2015. Landesque capital as an alternative to food storage in Melanesia: Irrigated taro terraces in New Georgia, Solomon Islands. Environmental Archaeology, v. 20, p.425-436. doi:10.1179/1749631414y.0000000049.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Newton, G., 2015. Employers and the 1881 Population Census of England and Wales.. Local Population Studies, art. 95, p.29-49.
  • Blanchard, L., Vira, B. and Briefer, L., 2015. The lost narrative: Ecosystem service narratives and the missing Wasatch watershed conservation story. Ecosystem Services, v. 16, p.105-111. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2015.10.019.
  • Boulton, J. and Davenport, R.J., 2015. Few deaths before baptism: clerical policy, private baptism and the registration of births in Georgian Westminster: a paradox resolved. Local Population Studies, v. 94, p.28-47.
  • Cullen, A., 2015. Making Sense of Claims across Institutional Divides: critical PGIS and mapping customary land in Timor-Leste. Australian Geographer, v. 46, p.473-490. doi:10.1080/00049182.2015.1080344.
  • Edge, K. and Marphatia, A.A., 2015. Recalibrating baseline evidence in Burundi, Malawi, Senegal and Uganda: exploring the potential of multi-site, national-level stakeholder engagement in participatory evaluation. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, v. 27, p.41-64. doi:10.1007/s11092-013-9178-6.
  • Gandy, M., 2015. From urban ecology to ecological urbanism: an ambiguous trajectory. Area, v. 47, p.150-154. doi:10.1111/area.12162.
  • Green, K.E. and Adams, W.M., 2015. Green grabbing and the dynamics of local-level engagement with neoliberalization in Tanzania's wildlife management areas. The Journal of Peasant Studies, v. 42, p.97-117. doi:10.1080/03066150.2014.967686.
  • Guerry, A.D., Polasky, S., Lubchenco, J., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Daily, G.C., Griffin, R., Ruckelshaus, M., Bateman, I.J., Duraiappah, A., Elmqvist, T., Feldman, M.W., Folke, C., Hoekstra, J., Kareiva, P.M., Keeler, B.L., Li, S., McKenzie, E., Ouyang, Z., Reyers, B., Ricketts, T.H., Rockström, J., Tallis, H. and Vira, B., 2015. Natural capital and ecosystem services informing decisions: From promise to practice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, v. 112, p.7348-7355. doi:10.1073/pnas.1503751112.
  • Howell, P. and Beckingham, D., 2015. Time–geography, gentlemen, please: chronotopes of publand in Patrick Hamilton’s London trilogy. Social & Cultural Geography, v. 16, p.931-949. doi:10.1080/14649365.2015.1040059.
  • Jadhav, S., Jain, S., Kannuri, N., Bayetti, C. and Barua, M.S.K., 2015. Ecologies of Suffering: Mental Health in India. Economic and Political Weekly, v. 50, p.12-15.
  • Jepson, P. and Barua, M., 2015. A Theory of Flagship Species Action. Conservation and Society, v. 13, p.95-104. doi:10.4103/0972-4923.161228.
  • Kabagenyi, A., Reid, A., Rutaremwa, G., Atuyambe, L.M. and Ntozi, J.P.M., 2015. Has Uganda experienced any stalled fertility transitions? Reflecting on the last four decades (1973–2011). Fertility Research and Practice, v. 1, p.14-. doi:10.1186/s40738-015-0006-1.
  • Kovács, E., Kelemen, E., Kalóczkai, Á., Margóczi, K., Pataki, G., Gébert, J., Málovics, G., Balázs, B., Roboz, Á., Kovács, E.K. and Mihók, B., 2015. Understanding the links between ecosystem service trade-offs and conflicts in protected areas. Ecosystem Services, v. 12, p.117-127. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2014.09.012.
  • Kovács, E.K., 2015. Surveillance and state-making through EU agricultural policy in Hungary. Geoforum, v. 64, p.168-181. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.06.020.
  • Lorimer, J., Sandom, C., Jepson, P., Doughty, C., Barua, M. and Kirby, K.J., 2015. Rewilding: Science, Practice, and Politics. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, v. 40, p.1-24. doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-102014-021406.
  • Lundquist, C.J., Báldi, A., Dieterich, M., Gracey, K., Kovacs, E.K., Schleicher, J., Skorin, T., Sterling, E. and Jonsson, B., 2015. Engaging the conservation community in the IPBES process. Conservation Biology, v. 29, p.1493-1495. doi:10.1111/cobi.12630.
  • Marphatia, A.A. and Edge, K., 2015. Editorial: Participatory research and evaluation approaches in developing contexts: reviewing evidence on professional practice and capacity development. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, v. 27, p.1-3. doi:10.1007/s11092-015-9217-6.
  • Nally, D., 2015. Governing precarious lives: land grabs, geopolitics, and ‘food security’. Geographical Journal, v. 181, p.340-349. doi:10.1111/geoj.12063.
  • Nally, D. and Taylor, S., 2015. The politics of self-help: The Rockefeller Foundation, philanthropy and the ‘long’ Green Revolution. Political Geography, v. 49, p.51-63. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.04.005.
  • Newbold, T., Hudson, L.N., Hill, S.L.L., Contu, S., Lysenko, I., Senior, R.A., Börger, L., Bennett, D.J., Choimes, A., Collen, B., Day, J., De Palma, A., Díaz, S., Echeverria-Londoño, S., Edgar, M.J., Feldman, A., Garon, M., Harrison, M.L.K., Alhusseini, T., Ingram, D.J., Itescu, Y., Kattge, J., Kemp, V., Kirkpatrick, L., Kleyer, M., Correia, D.L.P., Martin, C.D., Meiri, S., Novosolov, M., Pan, Y., Phillips, H.R.P., Purves, D.W., Robinson, A., Simpson, J., Tuck, S.L., Weiher, E., White, H.J., Ewers, R.M., Mace, G.M., Scharlemann, J.P.W. and Purvis, A., 2015. Global effects of land use on local terrestrial biodiversity. Nature, v. 520, p.45-50. doi:10.1038/nature14324.
  • Reid, A., Garrett, E., Dibben, C. and Williamson, L., 2015. ‘A confession of ignorance’: deaths from old age and deciphering cause-of-death statistics in Scotland, 1855–1949. The History of the Family, v. 20, p.320-344. doi:10.1080/1081602x.2014.1001768.
  • Reid, A. and van den Boomen, N., 2015. The faces of death: regional differentiation in cause-specific mortality in the past. The History of the Family, v. 20, p.309-319. doi:10.1080/1081602x.2015.1057758.
  • Sandbrook, C., 2015. What is conservation?. Oryx, v. 49, p.565-566. doi:10.1017/s0030605315000952.
  • Sandbrook, C., 2015. The social implications of using drones for biodiversity conservation. Ambio, v. 44, p.636-647. doi:10.1007/s13280-015-0714-0.
  • Sandbrook, C., Adams, W.M. and Monteferri, B., 2015. Digital Games and Biodiversity Conservation. Conservation Letters, v. 8, p.118-124. doi:10.1111/conl.12113.
  • Sandbrook, C.G. and Burgess, N.D., 2015. Biodiversity and ecosystem services: Not all positive. Ecosystem Services, v. 12, p.29-. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2014.12.006.
  • Scales, I.R., 2015. Paying for nature: what every conservationist should know about political economy. Oryx, v. 49, p.226-231. doi:10.1017/S0030605314000015.
  • Schulz, C., Ioris, A.A.R., Martin-Ortega, J. and Glenk, K., 2015. Prospects for Payments for Ecosystem Services in the Brazilian Pantanal: A Scenario Analysis. The Journal of Environment & Development, v. 24, p.26-53. doi:10.1177/1070496514548580.
  • Smith, R.M., 2015. Robert J. Mayhew. Malthus: The Life and Legacies of an Untimely Prophet. Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2014. Pp. 304. $29.95 (cloth). Journal of British Studies, v. 54, p.737-738. doi:10.1017/jbr.2015.72.
  • Tapley, B., Okada, S., Redbond, J., Turvey, S.T., Chen, S., Lue, J.-.C., Wei, G., Wu, M.-.Y., Pan, Y., Niu, K.-.F. and Cunningham, A.A., 2015. Failure to detect the Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus) in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, Guizhou Province, China. SALAMANDRA, v. 51, p.206-208.
  • Thieme, T.A., Bedi, H.P. and Vira, B., 2015. Geographies of corporate practice in development: Contested capitalism and encounters. Geoforum, v. 59, p.215-218. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2014.11.023.
  • Twongyirwe, R., Sheil, D., Sandbrook, C.G. and Sandbrook, L.C., 2015. REDD at the crossroads? The opportunities and challenges of REDD for conservation and human welfare in South West Uganda. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, v. 14, p.273-. doi:10.1504/ijesd.2015.070136.
  • Vira, B., 2015. Taking Natural Limits Seriously: Implications for Development Studies and the Environment. Development and Change, v. 46, p.762-776. doi:10.1111/dech.12175.
  • Watts, N. and Scales, I.R., 2015. Seeds, Agricultural Systems and Socio‐natures: Towards an Actor–Network Theory Informed Political Ecology of Agriculture. Geography Compass, v. 9, p.225-236. doi:10.1111/gec3.12212.

Book chapters

  • Saville, S., 2020. Locating Value(s) in Political Ecologies of Knowledge: The East Svalbard Management Plan, in Locating Value: Theory, Application and Critique, Routledge.
  • Schulz, C., 2020. Carbon markets and forest conservation in the Brazilian Amazon, in Prusa, A. and Smith, A.E. (eds.) Building a Sustainable Future in Brazil: Environment, Development, and Climate Change, Brazil Institute, Wilson Center. art. 9, p.43-46.
  • , 2019. Locating value(s) in political ecologies of knowledge, in Locating Value, Routledge. p.173-185. doi:10.4324/9781315723686-13.
  • , 2019. Locating value, in Locating Value, Routledge. p.1-17. doi:10.4324/9781315723686-1.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. What is an urban landscape, in Urban landscapes in high-density cities, Routledge.
  • , 2018. Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation (OPEN ACCESS). doi:10.4324/9780429507090.
  • Carmenta, R. and Vira, B., 2018. Integration for restoration: Reflecting on lessons learned from the silos of the past, in Forest Landscape Restoration: Integrated Approaches to Support Effective Implementation. p.16-36.
  • Claassen, M., Vira, B., Xu, J., Gyawali, D., Martin-Ortega, J., Ovando Pol, P., Creed, I.F., Ellison, D., McNulty, S.G., Archer, E., Sullivan, C.A., Trick, D., Schulz, C., Serran, J. and Aldred, D., 2018. Current and future perspectives on forest-water goods and services, in Creed, I.F. and van Noordwijk, M. (eds.) Forest and Water on a Changing Planet: Vulnerability, Adaptation and Governance Opportunities. A Global Assessment Report, International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). v. 38, art. 5, p.101-118.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Enlarging the orchestra: expertise and landscape design, in Companion to landscape architecture, Routledge.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Marginalia: Ästhetik, Ökologie und städtisches Brachland, in NaturenKulturen: Denkräume und Werkzeuge für neue politische Ökologien, Bielefeld.
  • Gandy, M. and Steiner, H., 2018. Enlarging the urban orchestra, in Routledge Research Companion to Landscape Architecture. p.184-192. doi:10.4324/9781315613116-18.
  • Howell, P.M.R., 2018. When did pets become animals?, in Wilcox, S. and Rutherford, S. (eds.) Historical Animal Geographies, Routledge. art. 2, p.11-22.
  • Lindner, C., 2018. The Routledge Companion to Urban Imaginaries. doi:10.4324/9781315163956.
  • Wells, J.C.K. and Marphatia, A.A., 2018. An Inter-generational Perspective on Social Inequality in Health and Life Opportunities: The Maternal Capital Model, in The Palgrave Handbook of Biology and Society. p.561-586. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-52879-7_24.
  • Adams, W.M., 2017. Conservation from Above: Globalising Care for Nature, in The Anthropology of Sustainability. p.111-125. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-56636-2_7.
  • Smith, R.M., 2017. Contrasting Susceptibility to famine in the early fourteenth- and late sixteenth-century: the significance of the late medieval social structural and village governmental changes, in Braddick, M. and Withington, P. (eds.) Popular Culture and Political Agency in Early Modern England and Ireland Essays in Honour of John Walter, Boydell & Brewer.
  • , 2016. Death in Modern Scotland, 1855–1955. doi:10.3726/978-3-0353-0814-3.
  • Gandy, M., 2016. The elusive artefact, in Misleading Innocence, Canadian Center for Architecture.
  • Gandy, M., 2016. Auf den Spuren des Los Angeles River, in Infrastrukturen der Stadt, VS Verlag.
  • Kovacs, E., 2016. The 'differentiated countryside': Survival strategies of rural entrepreneurs, in Lancione, M. (ed.) Rethinking Life at the Margins The Assemblage of Contexts, Subjects, and Politics, Routledge. art. 11, p.168-181.
  • Nally, D., 2016. Imagine all the people: Rockefeller philanthropy, Malthusian thinking and the ‘peasant problem’ in Asia, in Mayhew, R. (ed.) New Perspectives on Malthus: 250th Anniversary Essays, Cambridge University Press.
  • Paladino, S. and Fiske, S.J., 2016. The Carbon Fix. doi:10.4324/9781315474014.
  • Reid, A.M., 2016. Where are all the feminist historical demographers?, in Matthijs, K., Hin, S., Kok, J. and Matsuo, H. (eds.) The future of historical demography: upside down and inside out, Acco. art. 6.5, p.145-147.
  • Reid, A.M., Garrett, E., Dibben, C. and Williamson, L.O., 2016. Gender specific mortality trends over the epidemiological transition: a view from the British mainland 1850-2000, in Dinges, M. and Weigl, A. (eds.) Gender-specific life expectancy in Europe 1850-2010, Franz Steiner Verlag. v. 58, art. 5, p.73-88.
  • Reid, A.M., Garrett, E. and Szreter, S., 2016. Residential mobility and child mortality in early twentieth century Belfast, in Ramiro Farinas, D. and Oris, M. (eds.) New Approaches to Death in Cities during the Health Transition, Springer. v. 12, p.55-76. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-43002-7.
  • Adams, W.M., 2015. Conservation, sustainability and economic growth, in Routledge International Handbook of Sustainable Development. p.196-205.
  • Adams, W.M., 2015. The political ecology of conservation conflicts, in Conflicts in Conservation: Navigating Towards Solutions. p.64-78. doi:10.1017/9781139084574.006.
  • Gandy, M., 2015. Water towers, in Dobraszczyk, P. and Garrett, B. (eds.) Undergrounds: exploring cities within, Reaktion.
  • Reid, A.M. and Garrett, E., 2015. Introducing ‘Movers’ into Community Reconstructions: Linking Civil Registers of Vital Events to Local and National Census Data: A Scottish Experiment, in Bloothooft, G., Christen, P., Mandemakers, K. and Schraagen, M. (eds.) Population Reconstruction, Springer. art. 13, p.263-283.
  • Reid, A.M., Kirby, G., Carson, J., Dunlop, F., Dibben, C., Dearle, A., Williamson, L. and Garrett, E., 2015. Automatic Methods for Coding Historical Occupation Descriptions to Standard Classifications, in Bloothooft, G., Christen, P., Mandemakers, K. and Schraagen, M. (eds.) Population Reconstruction, Springer. art. 3, p.43-60.
  • Smith, R.M., 2015. Dearth and Local Political Responses: 1280-1325 and 1580-1596/7 compared, in Kowaleski, M., Langdon, J. and Schofield, P.R. (eds.) Peasants and Lords in the Medieval English Economy Essays in Honour of Bruce M. S. Campbell, Brepols. p.377-406.
  • Sunderland, T., Baudron, F., Ickowitz, A., Padoch, C., Ros-Tonen, M., Sandbrook, C. and Vira, B., 2015. Response Options Across the Landscape, in Vira, B., Wildburger, C. and Mansourian, S. (eds.) Forests, Trees and Landscapes for Food Security and Nutrition: A Global Assessment Report, International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). v. 33, p.113-127.
  • Vira, B., Agarwal, B., Jamnadass, R., Kleinschmit, D., McMullin, S., Mansourian, S., Neufeldt, H., Parrotta, J.A., Sunderland, T. and Wildburger, C., 2015. Introduction: Forests, Trees and Landscapes for Food Security and Nutrition, in Vira, B., Wildburger, C. and Mansourian, S. (eds.) Forests, Trees and Landscapes for Food Security and Nutrition: A Global Assessment Report, International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). v. 33, p.13-23.
  • Vira, B., Jamnadass, R., Kleinschmit, D., McMullin, S., Mansourian, S., Neufeldt, H., Parrotta, J.A., Sunderland, T. and Wildburger, C., 2015. Conclusions, in Vira, B., Wildburger, C. and Mansourian, S. (eds.) Forests, Trees and Landscapes for Food Security and Nutrition: A Global Assessment Report, International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). v. 33, p.153-156.

Internet publications

Reports

  • Brown, C., Kovacs, E., Zinngrebe, Y., Albizua, A., Galanaki, A., Grammatikopoulou, I., Herzon, I., Marquardt, D., McCracken, D., Olsson, J. and Villamayor-Tomas, S., 2019. Understanding Farmer Uptake: What measures are most promising to deliver on supporting biodiversity and ecosystem services in the next round of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)?. art. CfR.1/2016/1.

Other publications

  • Gandy, M., 2016. Soft Estate. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF URBAN AND REGIONAL RESEARCH, v. 40, p.711-712.
  • Gandy, M., 2015. Bradley L. Garrett 2013: Explore Everything: Place‐hacking the City. London and New York: Verso. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, v. 39, p.1062-1063. doi:10.1111/1468-2427.12269.

Working papers

  • Newton, G. and Bennett, R., 2020. Record-linkage of entrepreneurs in the England and Wales Censuses 1851-91 using BBCE and I-CeM.
  • Bennett, R.J., Smith, H., Van Lieshout, C., Montebruno, P. and Newton, G., 2019. The British Business Census of Entrepreneurs 1851-1911 (BBCE): User Guide.
  • Newton, G., 2019. Data Mining Family History Society Burials. art. 34.
  • Satchell, A. and Bennett, R., 2019. Building a 1911 Historical Land Capacity GIS.
  • Satchell, A., Bennett, R., Shaw Taylor, L. and Bogart, D., 2019. Constructing Parish-level Data and RSD-level Data on Transport Infrastructure in England and Wales 1851-1911.
  • Davenport, R.J., 2018. Cultures of contagion and containment? The geography of smallpox in Britain in the pre-vaccination era.
  • Bennett, R., Smith, H., Van Lieshout, C. and Newton, G., 2017. Drivers of Entrepreneurship and Small Businesses: Project overview and outline of database construction. doi:10.17863/CAM.9508.
  • Bennett, R.J., Smith, H., van Lieshout, C. and Newton, G., 2017. Business sectors, occupations and aggregations of census data 1851-1911. doi:10.17863/CAM.9874.
  • Davenport, R.J., 2017. The first stages of the mortality transition in England: a perspective from evolutionary biology.
  • van Lieshout, C., Bennett, R., Smith, H.J. and Newton, G., 2017. Identifying businesses and entrepreneurs in the Censuses 1851-1881. doi:10.17863/CAM.9640.
  • Davenport, R.J., 2015. The first stage of the epidemiological transition in British cities: a comparison of infant mortality in Manchester and London, 1750-1820.