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ECI Publications 2011

Climate Publications

  1. Asselt, Harro van (2011). Legal and Political Approaches in Interplay Management: Dealing with the Fragmentation of Global Climate Governance. In: Sebastian Oberthür & Olav Schram Stokke (Eds.), Managing Institutional Complexity: Regime Interplay and Global Environmental Change. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  2. Asselt, Harro van (2011). Integrating Biodiversity in the Climate Regime’s Forest Rules: Options and Tradeoffs in Greening REDD Design. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 20(2), 139-149.
  3. Asselt, Harro van (2011). Legal and Political Approaches in Interplay Management: Dealing with the Fragmentation of Global Climate Governance. In: Sebastian Oberthür & Olav Schram Stokke (Eds.), Managing Institutional Complexity: Regime Interplay and Global Environmental Change. (pp. 59-86). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  4. Asselt, Harro van, Constanze Haug, Stefan Bakker & Joyeeta Gupta (2011). Differentiation in the CDM: Options and Challenges for Reform. In: Michael Mehling, Amy Merrill & Karl Upston-Hooper (Eds.), Improving the Clean Development Mechanism: Options and Challenges Post-2012. (pp. 27-48). Berlin: Lexxion.
  5. Brown, A., Gawith, M., Lonsdale K. and Pringle P. (2011), Managing adaptation: linking theory and practice. UKCIP, Oxford. February 2011.
  6. Favis-Mortlock, D.T. and Mullan, D. (2011). Soil erosion by water under future climate change. In Shukla, M. (ed.) Soil Hydrology, Land Use and Agriculture: Measurement and Modelling, CAB International. pp 384-414.
  7. Mullan, D., Fealy, R., and Favis-Mortlock, D.T. (2011). Developing site-specific future temperature scenarios for Northern Ireland: addressing key issues employing a statistical downscaling approach. International Journal of Climatology DOI: 10.1002/joc.2414 . Eary online version.
  8. Walsh, C.L., Dawson, R.J., Hall, J.W., Barr, S.L., Batty, M., Bristow, A., Carney, S., Dagoumas, A., Alistair Ford, A.C., Harpham, C., Tight, M. Watters, H., Zanni, A. Assessment of climate change mitigation and adaptation in cities. Urban Design and Planning. 164(2) (2011): 75-84.
  9. Hobson, K., Niemeyer, S., (2011) Public responses to climate change: The role of deliberation in building capacity for adaptive action. Global Environmental Change 21: 957-971
  10. Hobson, K., Niemeyer, S., (forthcoming) ‘What sceptics believe’: the effects of information and deliberation on climate skepticism. Public Understanding of Science.
  11. Hobson, K., Niemeyer, S., (2011) Public responses to climate change: The role of deliberation in building capacity for adaptive action. Global Environmental Change, doi: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2011.05.001
  12. Hobson, K., Niemeyer, S., (2011) ‘What sceptics believe’: the effects of information and deliberation on climate skepticism. Manuscript submitted to Public Understanding of Science: currently under review.
  13. Johnstone, K. and Moczarski, A. 2011. Climate change adaptation. Adapting to climate risks using ISO9001, ISO 14001, BS 25999 and BS 31100. BSi, London.
  14. In: Richardson K, Steffen W, Liverman D (editors). Climate change: global risks, challenges and decisions. Cambridge University Press. Turley C, 2011.
  15. New, M., Liverman, D., Schroeder, H. and Anderson, K. (2011) Four degrees and beyond: the potential for a global temperature increase of four degrees and its implications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 369(1934): 6-19.
  16. Lorenz,A., Schmidt, M.G.W., Kriegler, E., Held, H. (2011): Anticipating Climate Threshold Damages", Environmental Modeling and Assessment, Volume 17, Issue 1 (2012), Page 163-175, (DOI) 10.1007/s10666-011-9282-2
  17. Schroeder, H. and Lovell, H. (2011) The role of non-nation state actors and side events in the international climate negotiations. Climate Policy.
  18. Corbera, E., Schroeder, H. and Springate-Baginski, O. (guest eds.) (2011) REDD+ Governance and Implementation. Environmental Science and Policy, 12(2).
  19. Corbera, E. and Schroeder, H. (2011) Governing and implementing REDD+. Environmental Science and Policy, 12(2): 89-100.
  20. New, M., Liverman, D., Schroeder, H. and Anderson, K. (2011) Four degrees and beyond: the potential for a global temperature increase of four degrees and its implications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 369(1934): 6-19.
  21. Bulkeley, H., Schroeder, H., Janda, K., Zhao, J., Armstrong, A., Chu, S. and Ghosh, S. (2011) The role of institutions, governance and planning for mitigation and adaptation by cities. In, Hoornweg, D., Frire, M., Lee, M., Bhada, P. and Yuen, B (eds.) Cities and Climate Change: responding to an urgent agenda, The World Bank; Washington, DC, pp. 68-88.
  22. Doherty, E. and Schroeder, H. (2011) Forest Tenure and Multi-level Governance in Avoiding Deforestation under REDD+. Gobal Environmental Politics, 11(4), 66-88. doi:10.1162/GLEP_a_00084
  23. Boyd, E., Street, R., Gawith, M., Lonsdale, K., Newton, L., Johnstone, K., Metcalf, G and Ashlin, A. (2011) Leading the UK adaptation agenda: a landscape of stakeholders and networked organizations for adaptation to climate change. In: Climate change adaptation in Developed Nations. From Theory to Practice. Ford, J. D. and Berrang-Ford, L. (Eds.) Springer. (In press; July 31 July 2011)
  24. Street, R.B., 2010: Report on the Questionnaire on the Role of NMHSs in Adaptation to Climate Variability and Change, WMO Technical Report No.1562, 70 pp
  25. Thornton, T.F. and Manasfi, N. (2011) Adaptation—Genuine and Spurious: Demystifying Adaptation Processes in Relation to Climate Change. Environment and Society: Advances in Research 1 (2010): 132–155 © Berghahn Books doi:10.3167/ares.2010.010107
  26. Bakker, S., Haug, C., Van Asselt, H., Gupta, J., and Saïdi, R. (2011) The future of the CDM: same same, but differentiated? Climate Policy, 11(1): 752-767.
  27. Huitema, D., Jordan, A., Massey, E., Rayner,T., van Asselt, H., Haug, C., Hildingsson, R., Monni, S., and Stripple, J. (2011) The evaluation of climate policy: theory and emerging practice in Europe. Policy Sciences Volume 44, Number 2, 179-198, DOI: 10.1007/s11077-011-9125-7
  28. Watkiss, P. (2011) Aggregate economic measures of climate change damages: explaining the differences and implications. WIREs Climate Change. Volume 2, May/June 2011. DOI: 10.1002/wcc.111

Ecosystems Publications

  1. Ewers, R. M.; Anderson, L.; Aragao, L. E.; Baker, T. R.; Boyd, E.; Feldpausch, T. R.; Gloor, E.; Hall, A.; Malhi, Y. (2011) Using learning networks to understand complex systems: a case study of biological, geophysical and social research in the Amazon Barlow. Biological Reviews 86(2) pp.457-474.
  2. Barlow, J., Ewers, R.M., Anderson, L., Aragão, L.E.O.C., Baker, T., Boyd, B., Feldpausch, T., Gloor, E., Hall. A., Malhi, Y., Milliken, W., Mulligan, M., Parry, L., Pennington, T., Peres, C.A., Phillips, O., Roman-Cuesta, R-M., Tobias, J., Gardner, T.A. (2011) Using learning networks to understand complex systems: a case study of biological, geophysical and social research in the Amazon. Biological Reviews, 86, 457-474, doi: 10.1111/j.1469-185X.2010.00155.x
  3. Naumann, S., Anzaldua, G., Gerdes, H., Frelih-Larsen, A., Davis, M., Berry, P., Burch, S., Sanders, M. (2011) Assessment of the potential of ecosystem-based approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation in Europe. Final report.
  4. Berry, P. and Hopkins, J. (2011) England Synthesis. In UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Synthesis of the Key Findings. UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge. Watson, R. and Albon, S. (Coordinating Lead Authors) and 46 authors including Berry, P. (2011) UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Synthesis of the Key Findings. UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge.
  5. Berry, P.M. (2011) Integrating biodiversity conservation in to other mitigation and adaptation activities: how to build synergistic outcomes that benefit both. Expert Box in Richardson, K., Steffen, W. and Liverman, D. (Eds.) Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges & Decisions, Cambridge University Press, 439-441.
  6. Butt, N., Afonso de Oliveira, P., and Costa, M. (2011) Evidence that deforestation affects the onset of the rainy season in Rondonia, Brazil. Journal of Geophysical Research 116.doi:10.1029/2010JD015174
  7. Henschel, P., Hunter, L., Coad, L., Abernethy, K. and Muhlenberg, M. (2011) Leopard prey choice in the Congo Basin rainforest reveals strong exploitative competition from human bushmeat hunters. Journal of Zoology Volume 285, Issue 1, pages 11–20, September 2011 DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-7998.2011.00826.x
  8. Osti, M., Coad, L., Fisher, J., Bomhard, B., and Hutton J. (2011) Oil and gas development in the World Heritage and wider protected area network in sub-Saharan Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation Volume 20, Number 9, 1863-1877, DOI: 10.1007/s10531-011-0056-6
  9. Leverington, F., Costa, K. L., Courrau, J., Pavese, H., Nolte, C., Marr, M., Coad, L., Burgess, N., Bomhard, B., and Hockings, M. (2010) Management effectiveness evaluation in protected areas – a global study. Second edition 2010. The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
  10. Forrest, J.L., Bomhard, B., Budiman, A., Coad, L., Cox, N., Dinerstein, E., Hammer, D., Huang, C., Huy, K., Kraft, R., Lysenko, I. and Magrath, W. (2011) Single-species conservation in a multiple-use landscape: current protection of the tiger range. Animal Conservation.
  11. Davenport, D. et. al (2011) Forests and sustainability. Chapter 5: Global Assessment Report. International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO )
  12. Doughty, C.E. (2011) An in situ leaf and branch level warming experiment in the Amazon. Biotropica.
  13. CE Doughty, GP Asner, RE Martin (2011) Predicting tropical plant physiology from leaf and canopy spectroscopy. Oecologia, 1-11 2011
  14. COLLINS, M., MACDONALD, E. A., CLAYTON, L., DUNGGIO, I., MACDONALD, D. W. & MILNER-GULLAND, E. J. 2011. Wildlife conservation and reduced emissions from deforestation in a case study of Nantu Wildlife Reserve, Sulawesi: 2. An institutional framework for REDD implementation. Environmental Science and Policy, Volume 14, Issue 6, October 2011, Pages 697-708
  15. COLLINS, M., MILNER-GULLAND, E. J., MACDONALD, E. A. & MACDONALD, D. W. 2011. Pleiotropy and charisma determine winners and losers in the REDD+ game: all biodiversity is not equal. Tropical Conservation Science, 4.
  16. DICKMAN, A. J., MACDONALD, E. A. & MACDONALD, D. W. 2011. A review of financial instruments to pay for predator conservation and encourage human‚ carnivore coexistence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108, 13937-13944.
  17. MACDONALD, E. A., COLLINS, M., JOHNSON, P. J., CLAYTON, L. M., MALHI, Y., FISHER, J. B., MILNER-GULLAND, E. J. & MACDONALD, D. W. 2011. Wildlife conservation and reduced emissions from deforestation in a case study of Nantu National Park, Sulawesi. 1. The effectiveness of forest protection-many measures, one goal. Environmental Science and Policy.
  18. Attua, E. M. And Fisher, J. B (2011) Historical and Future Land-Cover Change in a Municipality of Ghana. Earth Interactions 15 (2011) No. 9 p1.
  19. Fisher, J.B., Whittaker, R.J. and Malhi, Y. (2011) ET come home: potential evapotranspiration in geographical ecology. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 20(1): 1-18.
  20. Espinal de Cavo, F.M., Martínez de Anguita, P.(2011)Principios, criterios, indicadores y verificadores para la evaluación de sistemas de pagos por servicios ecosistémicos. Spanish Journal of Rural Development: 115-136, 2011 DOI: 10.5261/2011.ESP1.11
  21. Martínez de Anguita, P., Flores, P. (2011)Hacia un sistema público-privado de pago por servicios ecosistémicos en España. Spanish Journal of Rural Development: 101-114, 2011
  22. Y Malhi, C Doughty, D Galbraith (2011)The allocation of ecosystem net primary productivity in tropical forests Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 2011
  23. M. V. Thomas, Y. Malhi, K. M. Fenn, J. B. Fisher, M. D. Morecroft, C. R. Lloyd, M. E. Taylor, and D. D. McNeil (2011) Carbon dioxide fluxes over an ancient broadleaved deciduous woodland in southern England. Biogeosciences, 8, 1595–1613, 2011
  24. Feeley, K.J., Silman, M.R., Bush, M.B., Farfan, W., Cabrera, K.G., Malhi, Y., Meir, P., Salinas Revillas, N., Quisiyupanqui, M.N.R., Saatchi, S., (2011) Upslope migration of Andean trees, Journal of Biogeography. 38, 783-791
  25. Parmentier, I., Harrigan, R.J., Buermann, W., Mitchard, E.T.A., Saatchi, S., Malhi, Y., Bongers, F., Hawthorne, W.D., Leal, M.E., Lewis, S.L., Nusbaumer, L., Sheil, D., Sosef, M.S.M., Affum-Baffoe, K., Bakayoko, A., Chuyong, G.B., Chatelain, C., Comiskey, J.A., Dauby, G., Doucet, J-L., Fauset, S., Gautier, L., Gillet, J-F., Kenfack, D., Kouamé, F.N., Kouassi, E.K., Lazare, A.K., Parren, M.P.E., Peh, K.S.-H., Reitsma, J.M., Senterre, B., Sonké, B., Sunderland, T.C.H., Swaine, M.D., Tchouto, M.G.P., Thomas, D., Van Valkenburg, J.L.C.H. and Hardy, O.J. (2011) Predicting alpha diversity of African rain forests: models based on climate and satellite-derived data do not perform better than a purely spatial model. Journal of Biogeography, 38, 1164-1176
  26. Maniatis, D., Malhi, Y., Andre, L.S., Mollicone, D., Barbier, N., Saatchi, S., Henry, M., Tellier, L., Schwartzenberg, M., and White, L. (2011) Evaluating the potential of commercial forest inventory data to report on forest carbon stock and forest carbon stock changes for REDD+ under the UNFCCC, International Journal of Forestry Research, vol 2011, Article ID 134526, doi: 10.1155/2011/134526
  27. Palin, O.F., Eggleton, P., Malhi, Y., Girardin, C., Rozas Davila, A., and Parr, C.L. (2011) Termite diversity along an Amazon-Andes elevation gradient, Peru. Biotropica, 43(1): 100-107.
  28. Marthews TR, Malhi Y & Iwata H (2011). Calculating downward longwave radiation under clear and cloudy conditions over a tropical lowland forest site: an evaluation of model schemes for hourly data. Theoretical and Applied Meteorology.
  29. Sayer EJ, Heard MS, Grant HK, Marthews TR & Tanner EVJ (2011). Soil carbon release enhanced by increased tropical forest litterfall. Nature Climate Change 1:304-307.
  30. Paine CET, Marthews TR, Vogt DR, Purves D, Rees M, Hector A & Turnbull LA (2011). How to fit nonlinear plant growth models and calculate growth rates: an update for ecologists. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
  31. McDermott, C. (2011) Trust, legitimacy and power in forest certification: A case study of the FSC in British Columbia. Geoforum. doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2003.10.071
  32. Bozzi, L.; B. Cashore; K. Levin and C. McDermott. In Press. Climate Related Private Initiatives and their Effects on the Global Forest Sector. In K. Ronit (Ed.). Private Voluntary Programs in Global Climate Policy: Pitfalls and Potentials. United Nations University Press.
  33. McDermott, C., B. Cashore and Lloyd Irland. In press. Forestry Driver Mapping Project: Global and US Trade Report. Global Institute for Sustainable Forestry (GISF) Research Series. Yale University: New Haven.
  34. McDermott, C., B. Cashore and Lloyd Irland. In press. Forestry Driver Mapping Project: Global and US Trade Report. Global Institute for Sustainable Forestry (GISF) Research Series. Yale University: New Haven.
  35. McDermott, C. L. In Press. Trust, Power and Legitimacy in Forest Certification: A case study of the FSC in British Columbia. Geoforum.
  36. Bozzi, L.; B. Cashore; K. Levin and C. McDermott. In Press. Climate Related Private Initiatives and their Effects on the Global Forest Sector. In K. Ronit (Ed.). Private Voluntary Programs in Global Climate Policy: Pitfalls and Potentials. United Nations University Press.
  37. McDermott, C.; K. Levin and B. Cashore. 2011. Climate Bandwaggoning: can Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) initiativespass a ‘dual effectiveness” test? Global Environmental Policy. 11(3): 85-103.
  38. Kanowski, P. & C. McDermott, B. Cashore. 2011. Implementing REDD+: lessons from analysis of forest governance. Environmental Science and Policy.
  39. McDermott, C. L., David Humphreys, Christoph Wildburger, Peter Wood, Emmanuel Marfo, Pablo Pacheco, and Yurdi Yasmi. 2011. "Ch2: Mapping the core actors and issues defining international forest governance." In Ed. J. Rayner, A. Buck and P. Katila. Embracing Complexity: Meeting the challenges of international forest governance. A global assessment report. Prepared by the Global Forest Expert Panel on the International Forest Regime. IUFRO World Series Volume 28. Vienna. pp. 19-36.
  40. Moore, S., Gauci, V., Evans, C. D. and Page, S. E., 2011. Fluvial organic carbon losses from a Bornean blackwater river. Biogeosciences 8:901-909, doi:10.5194/bg-8-901-2011.
  41. Moore, S., 2008. The role of Vitellaria Paradoxa in poverty reduction and food security in the Upper East region of Ghana. Earth and Environment, 3:209-245.
  42. Scott, K., Setterfield, S.A., Douglas, M., Parr, C.L., Schatz, J. & Andersen A.N. (in press, 2012) Does long-term fire exclusion in an Australian tropical savanna result in a biome shift? A test using the re-introduction of fire. Austral Ecology (Special Issue).
  43. Parr, C.L. & Gibb, H. (in press, 2011) The discovery-dominance trade-off is the exception, rather than the rule. Journal of Animal Ecology.
  44. Jenkins, C.N., Andersen, A.N., Arnan, X., Brühl, C.A., Cerda, X., Ellison, A.M., Fisher, B.L., Fitzpatrick, M.C., Gotelli, N.J., Gove, A.D., Lattke, J.E., Lessard, J-P., McGlynn, T.P., Menke, S.B., Parr, C.L., Philpott, S.M., Sanders, N.J., Weiser, M.D. & Dunn, R.R. (2011) Diversity in light of climate change: the case of ants. Diversity & Distributions 17: 652-662.
  45. R.M. Román-Cuesta, N. Salinas, H. Asbjornsen, I. Oliveras, V. Huaman, Y. Gutiérrez, L. Puelles, J. Kalad, D. Yabar, M. Rojas, R. Astete, D.Y. Jordán, M. Silman, R. Mosandl, M. Weber, B. Stimm, S. Günter, T. Knoke, Y. Malhi (2011). Implications of fires on carbon budgets in Andean cloud montane forest: The importance of peat soils and tree resprouting. Forest Ecology and Management 261: 1987-1997.
  46. Salinas, N., Malhi, Y., Meir, P., Silman, M., Roman Cuesta, R., Huaman, J., Salinas, D., Huaman, V., Gibaja, A. and Mamani, M. (2011) The sensitivity of tropical leaf litter decomposition to temperature: results from a large-scale leaf translocation experiment along an elevation gradient in Peruvian forests. New Phytologist, 189(4): 967-977.
  47. Zelazowski, P., Malhi, Y., Huntingford, C., Sitch, S. and Fisher, J.B. (2011) Changes in the potential distribution of humid tropical forests on a warmer planet. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 369(1934): 137-160.
  48. Zelazowski, P., Sayer, A., Thomas, G. and Grainger, R. (2011) Reconciling satellite-derived atmospheric properties with fine-resolution land imagery: Insights for atmospheric correction. Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 116, D18308, 15 PP. Doi:10.1029/2010JD015488

Energy Publications

  1. Staffell, I., Baker, P., Barton, J., Bergman, N., Blanchard, R., Brandon, N.P., Brett, D.J.L., Hawkes, A., Infield, D., Jardine, C., Kelly, N., Leach, M., Matian, M., Peacock, A.D., Sudtharalingam, S., Woodman, B. (2010). UK Microgeneration. Part II: technology overviews. Proceedings of the ICE – Energy, 163(4) 143-166.
  2. Willis, R. and Eyre, N. (2011) Demanding less: why we need a new politics of energy. Report for the Green Alliance.
  3. Bergman, N. and N. Eyre (2011) What role for micro-generation in a shift to a low carbon domestic energy sector in the UK? Energy Efficiency 4(3) 335-353. DOI: 10.1007/s12053-011-9107-9
  4. Hawkes, A., Bergman, N., Jardine, C., Staffel, I., Brett, D., Brandon, N., 2011. A Change of Scale? Prospects for Distributed Energy Resources. Chapter 8 in: Skea, J., Ekins, P., Winskel, M. (Eds.), Energy 2050: Making the transition to a secure lower carbon energy system. Earthscan, London.
  5. Brand, C., Tran, M. and Anable, J. (in press) The UK transport carbon model: An integrated life cycle approach to explore low carbon futures. Energy Policy.
  6. Anable, J., Brand, C., Tran, M. and Eyre, N. (in press) Modelling transport energy demand: A socio-technical approach. Energy Policy.
  7. Ogilvie, D., Bull, F., Powell, J., Cooper, A.R., Brand, C., Mutrie, N., Preston, J.M. and Rutter, H. (2011) An applied ecological framework for evaluating infrastructure to promote walking and cycling: the iConnect study. American Journal of Public Health, 101(3): 473-481.
  8. Brand, C., Tran, M. and Anable, J. (2011) Low carbon car taxation and its potential to accelerate transitions to a low carbon transport sector in the UK. Paper presented at the eceee summer study 2011, Hyeres, France.
  9. Pyrko, J. and Darby, S. (2011) Conditions of behavioural changes towards efficient energy use - a comparative study between Sweden and the United Kingdom. Energy Efficiency 4 (3), 223-236. DOI 10.1007/s12053-010-9099-x
  10. Gupta R and Darby S (2011) Action research approach for gaining, and providing, feedback on domestic energy use to understand occupant behaviour, perceptions and expectations. Proceedings, Energy and People: Futures, complexity and challenges. 21-22 September, Oxford
  11. Darby, S., Anderson, W. and White, V. (2011) Large-scale testing of new technology: some lessons from the UK smart metering and feedback trials.Proceedings, European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy summer study, paper 7-524
  12. Darby, S. (2011) The ‘time’ dimension of electricity, options for the householder and implications for policy. Proceedings, World Renewable Energy Congress, Linköping, Sweden, May 8-11
  13. Darby, S. (2011) Load management at home: advantages and drawbacks of some ‘active demand side' options. Proceedings, 2nd International Conference in Microgeneration and Related Technologies in Buildings, ‘Microgen ‘11’, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, April 4-6
  14. Eyre, N. (2011) Demand reduction and low carbon supply – friends or enemies? Proceedings of ‘People and Energy’, Oxford September 2011.
  15. Eyre, N. (2011) Efficiency, Demand Reduction or Electrification? Proceedings of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.
  16. Eyre, N. (2011) Energy Demand, Governance and Scale, in Low-Carbon Futures: contending geographies of distribution and centralisation. Geographies of Energy Transition: Security, Climate, and Governance Seminar 4, Oxford.
  17. Skea, J., Hardy, J., Gross, R., Mitchell, C., Baker, P., Eyre, N. and Ekins, P. (2011) Response to the 2011 DECC Electricity Market Reform. UK Energy Research Centre.
  18. Fawcett, T. (2011) The future role of heat pumps in the domestic sector. Proceedings of ECEEE 2011 Summer Study, 6-11 June 2011, Belambra Presqu’ile de Giens, France.
  19. Fawcett, T. (2011) The future role of heat pumps in the domestic sector. Proceedings of European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. Summer Study 2011.
  20. Fawcett, T. (2011) Home time: An exploration of the time dimensions of eco-renovation of housing. Energy and People Conference, Oxford, September 2011.
  21. James H. Nelson, Josiah Johnston, Ana Mileva, Matthias Fripp, Ian Hoffman, Autumn Petros-Good, Christian Blanco, Daniel M. Kammen (in review), "High-resolution modeling of the western North American power system demonstrates low-cost and low-carbon futures"
  22. Matthias Fripp and Brian Krohn (in review), "Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Renewable, Nuclear and Carbon-Capture Power Plants".
  23. Brian Krohn and Matthias Fripp (in press), "A Life Cycle Assessment of Biodiesel Derived from the 'Niche Filling' Energy Crop Camelina in the U.S.A.", Applied Energy.
  24. Matthias Fripp (2011), Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Operating Reserves Used to Backup Large-Scale Wind Power, Environmental Science & Technology. DOI: 10.1021/es200417b
  25. Janda, K. B. (2011) Buildings Don't Use Energy: People Do. Architectural Science Review 54 (1):15-22.
  26. Bulkeley, H., Schroeder, H., Janda, K., Zhao, J., Armstrong, A., Chu, S. and Ghosh, S. (2011) The role of institutions, governance and planning for mitigation and adaptation by cities. In, Hoornweg, D., Frire, M., Lee, M., Bhada, P. and Yuen, B (eds.) Cities and Climate Change: responding to an urgent agenda, The World Bank; Washington, DC, pp. 68-88.
  27. Janda, K. B., & Y. Parag. 2011. "Building Expertise: A Middle-Out Approach for Reducing Energy Use." Paper read at Energy, Organizations, and Society. UC Davis, CA, USA. October 14-15, 2011.
  28. Janda, K. B., C. J. Axon, S. J. Bright, et al. 2011. "Building Communities: Why We Need a New Interdisciplinary Approach to Reducing Energy Use in Tenanted Commercial Property." Paper read at Energy and People: Futures, complexity and challenges Oxford, UK. Sept. 20-21, 2011.
  29. Janda, K. B., & Y. Parag. 2011. "A middle-out approach for improving energy efficiency in existing buildings." In Proceedings of ECEEE Summer Study, 6–11 June 2011 (Belambra Presqu'île de Giens, France). European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
  30. Killip, G. (2011) Implications of an 80% CO2 emissions reduction target for the UK housing refurbishment industry, doctoral thesis, University of Oxford
  31. Killip, G. (2011) 'Can Market Transformation approaches apply to service markets? An investigation of innovation, learning, risk and reward in the case of low-carbon housing refurbishment in the UK', Paper 5-240, Proceedings of ECEEE Summer Study, Giens 6 – 10 June 2011, European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
  32. Nösperger, S., Killip, G., Janda, K. (2011) 'Building Expertise: A System of Professions Approach to Low-Carbon Refurbishment in the UK and France' Paper 5-516, Proceedings of ECEEE Summer Study, Giens 6 – 10 June 2011, European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
  33. Simon, G., Bumpus, A., and Mann, P. (2011) Win-Win Scenarios at the Climate-Development Interface: Challenges and Opportunities for Cookstove Replacement Programs Through Carbon Finance Global Environmental Change. Global Environmental Change. Forthcoming
  34. Parag, Y. and Strickland, D. (2011) Personal carbon trading: a radical policy option for reducing emissions from the domestic sector. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 53(1): 29.
  35. Parag, Y., Capstick, S., Poortinga, W. (in press) Policy Attribute Framing: A Comparison between Three Policy Instruments for Personal Emissions Reduction. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.
  36. Rosenow, J. (2011) Different Paths of Change: The Case of Domestic Energy Efficiency Policy in Britain and Germany. ECEEE Summer Study 2011, 2011 Belambra Presqu'île de Giens, France. 261-272.
  37. Sinden, G.E., Peters, G.P., Minx, J & Weber, C., 2011. International flows of embodied CO2 with an application to aluminium and the EU ETS. Climate Policy Journal, Issue 5, Vol. 11. doi: 10.1080/14693062.2011.602549
  38. Arvizu, D., T. Bruckner, O. Edenhofer, S. Estefen, A. Faaij, M. Fischedick, G. Hiriart, O. Hohmeyer, K. G. T. Hollands, J. Huckerby, S. Kadner, Å. Killingtveit, A. Kumar, A. Lewis, O. Lucon, P. Matschoss, L. Maurice, M. Mirza, C. Mitchell, W. Moomaw, J. Moreira, L. J. Nilsson, J. Nyboer, R. Pichs-Madruga, J. Sathaye, J. Sawin, R. Schaeffer, T. Schei, S. Schlömer, K. Seyboth, R. Sims, G. Sinden, Y. Sokona, C. von Stechow, J. Steckel, A. Verbruggen, R. Wiser, F. Yamba, T. Zwickel, 2011: Technical Summary. In IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation [O. Edenhofer, R. Pichs-Madruga, Y. Sokona, K. Seyboth, P. Matschoss, S. Kadner, T. Zwickel, P. Eickemeier, G. Hansen, S. Schlömer, C. von Stechow (eds)], Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.
  39. Wiser, R., Z. Yang, M. Hand, O. Hohmeyer, D. Infield, P. H. Jensen, V. Nikolaev, M. O’Malley, G. Sinden, A. Zervos, 2011: Wind Energy. In IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation [O. Edenhofer, R. Pichs-Madruga, Y. Sokona, K. Seyboth, P. Matschoss, S. Kadner, T. Zwickel, P. Eickemeier, G. Hansen, S. Schlömer, C. von Stechow (eds)], Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.
  40. Topouzi, M. (2011) Understanding occupants’ interaction with the technical change in low-carbon retrofits: A methodological and conceptual framework. Proceedings of ECEEE Summer Study, 6-11 June, 2011,Belambra Presqu’ile de Giens, France.
  41. Topouzi, M. (2011) The effect of ‘default user’ inputs in modelling tools and methods in energy use. Proceedings of Passive and Low Energy Architecture – PLEA, 13-15 July,2011, Brussels.

Food Publications

  1. Thornton, P.K., Jones, P.G., Ericksen, P.J. and Challinor, A.J. (2011) Agriculture and food systems in sub-Saharan Africa in a 4°C+ world. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 369(1934): 117-136.
  2. Drimie, S., J. Arntzen, P. Dube, J.S.I. Ingram, R.T. Mano, C. Mataya, M.T. Muchero, E. Vhurumuku and G. Ziervogel. (2011) Global environmental change and food systems in Southern Africa: The dynamic challenges facing regional policy. Journal of Geography and Regional Planning, Vol 4, 2011.

Water Publications

  1. Hervouet, A., Dunford R., Piegay H., Belletti B. and Tremelo, M-L. Analysis of Post-flood Recruitment Patterns in Braided Channel Rivers at Multiple Scales Based on an Image Series Collected by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Ultra-light Aerial Vehicles, and Satellites" GIScience & Remote Sensing, 2011, No. 1
  2. Harvey, H., Hall, J.W. and Peppé, R. Computational decision analysis for flood risk management in an uncertain future, Hydroinformatics, (2011) doi:10.2166/hydro.2011.055.
  3. Hall, J.W., Watts, G., Keil, M., de Vial, L., Street, R., Conlan, K., O’Connell, P.E., Beven, K.J. and Kilsby, C.G. Towards risk-based water resources planning in England and Wales, Water and Environment Journal, (2011) doi:10.1111/j.1747-6593.2011.00271.x.
  4. Hall, J.W., Manning, L.J. and Hankin, R.S. Bayesian calibration of a flood inundation model using spatial data, Water Resources Research, 47 (2011), W05529, doi:10.1029/2009WR008541.
  5. Hall, J.W., How safe is safe enough? Editorial, Journal of Flood Risk Management, 4(4) (2011): 271-272.
  6. Hall, J. (2011) Policy: A changing climate for insurance. Nature Climate Change 1, pp248-250. doi:10.1038/nclimate1173
  7. Dawson, R.J., Ball, T., Werritty, J., Werritty, A., Hall J.W. and Roche, N., Assessing the effectiveness of non-structural flood management measures under conditions of socio-economic and environmental change, Global Environmental Change, (2011) doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2011.01.013.
  8. Walkden, M.J.A. and Hall, J.W. A mesoscale predictive model of the evolution and management of a soft rock coast, Journal of Coastal Research, 27(3) (2011): 529-543.
  9. J.W. Hall (University of Oxford), G. Watts (Environment Agency), M. Keil (Ofwat), L. de Vial (Wessex Water), R. Street (UK Climate Impacts Programme), K. Conlan (Cascade Consulting), P.E. O'Connell (Newcastle University), K.J. Beven (Lancaster University), C.G. Kilsby (Newcastle University), 2011 Towards risk-based water resources planning in England and Wales under a changing climate, Water and Environment Journal

Cross-cutting initiatives' Publications

  1. Foster, I.D.L., Rowntree, K., Boardman, J. and Mighall, T. Changing sediment yield and sediment dynamics in the Karoo uplands, South Africa: post –European impacts. Land Degradation and Development in press
  2. Mighall, T., Foster, I.D.L., Rowntree, K. and Boardman, J.. Reconstructing recent land degradation in the semi-arid Karoo of South Africa: a palaeoecological study at Compassberg, Eastern Cape. Land Degradation and Development in press
  3. Boardman, J., Hoffman, T., Holmes, P., and Wiggs, G.. Soil erosion in southern Africa. In, Holmes, P. and Meadows, M. (eds.) The Geomorphology of Southern Africa, Sunmedia, in press
  4. Boardman, J. Soil erosion. In, Parker, A.G. (ed.) The Physical Geography of the British Isles, Oxford University Press, in press
  5. Boardman, J. and Foster, I.D.L. (2011) The potential significance of the breaching of small farm dams in the Sneeuberg, South Africa. Journal of Soils and Sediments DOI: 10.1007/s11368-011-0425-5
  6. Cook, I., Hobson, K et al. (2011) Geographies of food: afters. Progress in Human Geography 35(1): 104-120.
  7. Hobson, K (2011) Environmental Politics, Green Governmentality and the possibility of a 'Creative Grammar' for Domestic Sustainable Consumption'. In R. Lane and A. Gorman-Murray (Eds.) Material Geographies of Household Sustainability. Farnham: Ashgate.
  8. Thornton, T.F., Editor. (2011) (forthcoming) Haa Léelk'w Has Aaní Saax'ú: Our Grandparents' Names on the Land Sealaska Heritage Institute and University of Washington Press.
  9. Thornton, T.F. (2011) Already Here and Rich. IN Eldorado! The Archaeology of Gold Mining in the Far North. Edited by Catherine Holder Spude, Robin O. Mills, Karl Gurcke, and Roderick Sprague. University of Nebraska Press. (forthcoming)
  10. Thornton, T. F. (2011). Language and landscape among the Tlingit. IN Landscape in Language , Mark, David M., Andrew G. Turk, Niclas Burenhult and David Stea (eds.), 275–289. John Benjamins Publishing Co.
  11. von Glasenapp, M and Thornton, T.F. (2011) Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Swiss Alpine Farmers and their Resilience to Socioecological Change. Human Ecology. DOI 10.1007/s10745-011-9427-6