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Publications

 

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Key publication

Reed MS, Hubacek K, Bonn A, Burt TP, Holden J, Stringer LC, Beharry-Borg N, Buckmaster S, Chapman D, Chapman P, Clay GD, Cornell S, Dougill AJ, Evely A, Fraser EDG, Jin N, Irvine B, Kirkby M, Kunin W, Prell C, Quinn CH, Slee W, Stagl S, Termansen M, Thorp S, Worrall F (2013) Anticipating and managing future trade-offs and complementarities between ecosystem servicesEcology & Society 18(1): 5 http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-04924-180105

 

International peer-reviewed journal publications and submissions

Books and Journal Special Issues
  • Rimas A, Fraser EDG (2008) Beef: The untold story of how milk, meat and muscle shaped the world. New York: Harper Collins/William Morrow.
  • Bonn, A, Hubacek K, Allott TE, Stuart, J (2008) Drivers of Environmental Change in Uplands. Routledge. London and New York.
  • Hubacek K, Crona B (eds.) (in press) The right connections: How do social networks lubricate the machinery of natural resource governance? Special Issue Ecology & Society.


Book Chapters

  • Holden, J., Bonn, A., Reed, M.S., Buckmaster, S., Walker, J., Evans, M.G. & Worrall, F. (in press) Peatland conservation at the science-practice interface. In Peatland restoration for ecosystem services (eds A. Bonn, T. Allott, M.G. Evans, H. Joosten & R. Stoneman). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Crona B, Ernstson H, Prell C, Reed MS, Hubacek K (2011) Combining social network approaches with social theories to improve understanding of natural resource governance. In Prell C, Bodin O (eds.) Social networks and natural resource management, Cambridge University Press.
  • Prell C, Reed MS, Hubacek K (2011) Social network analysis for stakeholder selection and the links to social learning and adaptive co-management. In Prell C, Bodin O (eds.) Social networks and natural resource management, Cambridge University Press.
  • Holden, J; Reed, MS; Hubacek, K; Worrall, F; Beharry-Borg, N; Burt, T; Chapman, P; Dougill, A; Fraser, E; Irvine, B; Jin, N; Kirkby, M; Prell, C; Quinn, C; Termansen, M; Buckmaster, S (2010) Sustainable uplands for sustainable lowlands. In: Atherden, M; Bloomer, A; Wallace, V (Ed) Yorkshire’s green and healthy land? Connecting urban and rural greenspace., PLACE, pp.22-30.
  • Hubacek K, Reed MS (2009) Lessons learned from participatory planning and management in the Peak District National Park, England. In: Allen, Catherine and George Stankey (eds.). Adapative Environmental Management: A practical guide. Springer.
  • Hubacek, Klaus, Nesha Beharry, Aletta Bonn, Tim Burt, Joseph Holden, Federica Ravera, Mark Reed, Lindsay Stringer, David Tarrasón (2009) Ecosystem services in dynamic and contested landscapes: the case of UK uplands. In: Winter, Michael and Matt Lobley (eds). Land Use and Management: The New Debate Earthscan. London.
  • Suckall, N; Fraser, E; Cooper, T; Quinn, C (2008) How class shapes perceptions of nature: Implications for managing visitor perceptions in upland UK., In: A. Bonn, K. Hubacek, J. Stewart & T. Allot (Ed) (2009) Drivers of Change in Upland Environments, Oxford: Routledge, pp393-403.
  • Bonn A, Hubacek K, Allot TE, Stewart J (2009) Drivers of Change in Upland Environments: Concepts and Threats. In Bonn A, Allott T, Hubacek K, Stewart A (eds) Drivers of environmental change in uplands. Routledge, London
  • Bonn A, Hubacek K, Allot TE, Stewart J (2009) Managing Change in the Uplands: Challenges and Visions for the Future. In Bonn A, Allott T, Hubacek K, Stewart A (eds) Drivers of environmental change in uplands. Routledge, London
  • Arblaster K, Reed MS, Fraser EDG, Hubacek K, Potter C (2009) Using scenarios to explore upland futures. In Bonn A, Allott T, Hubacek K, Stewart A (eds) Drivers of environmental change in uplands. Routledge, London
  • Holden, J. (2009) Upland hydrology. In: Bonn A, Allott T, Hubacek K, Stewart A (eds) Drivers of environmental change in uplands. Routledge, London, p113-134.
  • Hubacek K, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Qasim M, Termansen M (2009) Description of the upland economy: areas of outstanding beauty and marginal economic performance. In Bonn A, Allott T, Hubacek K, Stewart A (eds) Drivers of environmental change in uplands. Routledge, London
  • Worrall F, M. Evans (2009) The carbon budget of upland peat soils. In Bonn A, Allott T, Hubacek K, Stewart A (eds) Drivers of environmental change in uplands. Routledge, London
  • Fraser EDG, Termansen M, Sun M, Guan D, Dodds P, Feng K, Yu Y (2007) Using past climate variability to understand how food systems are resilient to future climate change. In: Zollitsch W, Winckler C, Waiblinger S, Haslberger A (Eds.) Sustainable Food Production and Ethics. Wageningen Academic Publishers. The Netherlands.
  • Parish F, Silvius M, Reed MS, Stringer LC, Joosten H, Suryadiputra N, Lin CK (2007) Management of peatlands for biodiversity and climate change. In: Parish F, Sirin A, Charman D, Joosten H, Minaeva T and Silvius M (eds.) Assessment on peatlands, biodiversity and climate change. Global Environment Centre, Kuala Lumpur and Wetlands International, Wageningen.


Other publications

  • Reed MS, Bonn A, Evans C, Joosten H, Bain C, Farmer J, Emmer I, Couwenberg J, Moxey A, Artz R, Tanneberger F, von Unger  M, Smyth M, Birnie R, Inman I, Smith S, Quick T, Cowap C, Prior S, Lindsay R (2013) Peatland Code Research Project Final Report, Defra, London.
  • Reed MS, Rowcroft P, Cade S, Savege S, Scott A, Black J, Brace A, Evely AC, White C (2013)Visitor Giving Payment for Ecosystem Service Pilot Final Report, Defra, London.
  • Reed MS, Cowap C, Hirst V, Smith SM (2012) Case study: developing a place-based Payment for Ecosystem Service scheme for South West peatlands, ESKTN/NERC.
  • Quick T, Reed MS, Smyth M, Birnie D, Bain C, Rowcroft P (2013) Developing place-based approaches for Payments for Ecosystem Services, Defra Final Report
  • Smith, S., Rowcroft, P., Everard, M., Couldrick, L., Reed, M.S., Rogers, H., Quick, T., Eves, C. and White, C. (2013). Payments for Ecosystem Services: A Best Practice Guide. Defra, London
  • Rowcroft P, Smith S, Clarke L, Thomson K, Reed MS (2011) Barriers and Opportunities to the Use of Payments for Ecosystem Services. DEFRA commissioned report
  • Bain, C., Bonn, A., Stoneman, R., Bruneau, P., Chapman, S., Coupar, A., Evans, M., Geary, B., Howat, M., Joosten, H., Keenleyside, C., Lindsay, R., Labadz, J., Littlewood, N., Lunt, P., Miller, C., Moxey, A., Orr, H., Reed, M.S, Shepherd, M., Smith, P., Swales, V., Thompson, D.B.A., Van de Noort, R., Wilson, J.D. , Worrall, F. (2011) Commission of Inquiry on UK Peatlands. IUCN UK Peatland Programme, Edinburgh.
  • van der Wal, R., A. Bonn, D. Monteith, M.S. Reed, K. Blackstock, N. Hanley, D. Thompson, M. Evans, I. Alonso, with T. Allot, H. Armitage, N. Beharry-Borg, J. Glass, J. McMorrow, L. Ross, R. Pakeman, S. Perry, D. Tinch. (2011) Mountains, Moorlands and Heathlands. In UK National Ecosystem Assessment, UNEP, WCMC and DEFRA
  • Worrall, F., Clay, G.D., Marrs, R., Reed, M.S. (2011) Impacts of Burning Management on PeatlandsIUCN Technical Review 5, IUCN UK Peatland Programme, Edinburgh
  • Reed MS, Buckmaster S, Moxey AP, Keenleyside C, Fazey I, Scott I, Thomson K, Thorp S, Anderson R, Bateman I, Bryce R, Christie M, Glass J, Hubacek K, Quinn C, Maffey G, Midgely A, Robinson G, Stringer LC, Lowe P, Slee R (2011) Policy Options for Sustainable Management of UK PeatlandsIUCN Technical Review 12, IUCN UK Peatland Programme, Edinburgh
  • Reed MS (2009) Best practice stakeholder participation for conservation. Current Conservation
  • Stringer LC, Reed MS, Holden J (2008) Response to DEFRA’s Consultation on the Draft Soil Strategy for England, Sustainable Uplands project document, June 2008
  • Liddon A, Reed MS, Hubacek K (2007) Uplands under pressure, RICS Land Journal, Nov/Dec: 19
  • Reed MS, Prell C, Hubacek K (2005) Sustainable Upland Management for Multiple Benefits: a multi-stakeholder response to the Heather & Grass Burning Code consultation. Project report submitted to DEFRA’s consultation on the review of the Heather and Grass Etc. (Burning) Regulations 1986 and the Heather and Grass Burning Code 1994


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