PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

The gendered nature of ecosystem services Ecological Economics 2019 (Open Access)

Incorporating basic needs to reconcile poverty and ecosystem services. Conservation Biology 2018 (Open Access)

Stories in social-ecological knowledge cocreation. Ecology and Society. 2018 (Open Access)

Loss of coral reef growth capacity to track future increases in sea level. Nature 2018

Drivers and predictions of coral reef budget trajectories. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-biological Sciences 2017 (Open Access)

Environmental variability indicates a climate-adaptive center under threat in northern Mozambique coral reefs. Ecosphere 2017 (Open Access)

Elasticity in ecosystem services: exploring the variable relationship between ecosystems and human well-being. Ecology and Society 2016 (Open Access)

Similar impacts of fishing and environmental stress on calcifying organisms in Indian Ocean coral reefs. Marine Ecology Press Series 2016 (Open Access)

Remote coral reefs can sustain high growth potential and may match future sea-level trands. Nature Scientific Reports 2015 (Open Access)

Linking reef ecology to island building: Parrotfish identified as major producers of island-building sediment in the Maldives. Geology 2015 (Open Access)

Connecting Marine Ecosystem Services to Human Well-being: Insights from Participatory Well-being Assessment in Kenya. AMBIO 2013

Applying the ecosystem services concept to poverty alleviation: the need to disaggregate human well-being. Environmental Conservation 2011

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Understanding the disaggregated nature of ecosystem services well-being relationship in northern Mozambique – Dominque Goncalves

Do the poor benefit more? Patterns of ecosystem service benefits distribution and poverty in coastal Kenya and Mozambique – Tim Daw et al. 

The sea belongs to all: Inequality and ecosystem services in coastal Cabo Delgado, Mozambique – Marlino Mubai et al. 

Coastal ecosystem and poverty alleviation in Cabo Delgado Province of Mozambique – Julio Machele et al. 

ESPA 2016 ANNUAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE – NAIROBI

NOVEMBER 17TH – 18TH 2016 

The gendered nature of ecosystem services – Kate Brown et al. 

Beyond landings – how do fisheries contribute to the lives of the poor? – Tim Daw et al. 

The changing contribution of different forms of tourism to local livelihoods during a period of crisis: a case study of Southern Kenya – Caroline Abunge

EUROPEAN ECOSYSTEM SERVICES CONFERENCE – ANTWERP

SEPTEMBER 19TH- 23RD 2016

The choice of poverty framework matters when assessing the contribution of ecosystem services to poverty alleviation – Björn Schulte-Herbrüggen et al. 

MMM4 2016 – FLORIDA

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IIFET 2016 – SCOTLAND 

IIFET 2016 – Small Scale developing country fish value chain

PECS 2015: SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL DYNAMICS IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

SOUTH AFRICA 3RD – 5TH NOVEMBER 2015

The contribution of ecosystem services to poverty alleviation in rural and urban sites? - Björn Schulte-Herbrüggen et al.(1.0 MB)

9TH WIOMSA SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM, SOUTH AFRICA

26TH – 31ST OCTOBER 2015

Changing dynamics of reef framework production in the Western Indian Ocean - Fraser Januchowski-Hartley et al.(1.2 MB)

Elasticity in Ecosystem services: Analysing variable relationships between ecosystems and human wellbeing - Tim Daw et al.(1.9 MB)

To what extent do coastal ecosystem services reduce income poverty? – Björn Schulte-Herbrüggen et al.(1.0 MB)

Participatory tools for enhanced systems understanding – Matilda Thyresson et al.(1.9 MB)

A human needs approach to understanding the complex link between coastal services and human wellbeing - Tomas Chaigneau et al.(1.8 MB)

Application of IPCC guidelines in monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of blue carbon in WIO countries - Lilian Mwihaki et al.(8.8 MB)

Artisanal fisheries at Pemba Town, Cabo Delgado: Structure, dynamics and contribution of catch for livelihood in a

Market structure & participation in trade in octopus, mixed reef fish & small pelagics in Kenya and Mozambique: A value chains approach - Andrew Wamukota et al.(2.1 MB)

Mangrove structure and condition in two contrasting utilization patterns in Mozambique - Celia Macamo et al.(1.0 MB)

Perceptions of degradation of Ecosystem services in a estuarine zone, center of Mozambique - Eunice Ribeiro et al.(1.0 MB)