His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem management, Natural resource management and Landscape planning. His Ecosystem services research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sustainability, Knowledge management and Value. His Environmental resource management study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology and Group discussion.
Christopher M. Raymond works mostly in the field of Ecosystem management, limiting it down to topics relating to Ecosystem valuation and, in certain cases, Environmental studies and Natural resource, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies in Natural resource management integrate themes in fields like Wilderness, Recreation, Land use and Natural capital. Christopher M. Raymond interconnects Abundance, Spatial planning and Ecosystem health in the investigation of issues within Landscape planning.
Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Environmental planning, Sustainability and Place attachment are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Climate change, Ecosystem management and Natural resource management in his study of Environmental resource management. His Ecosystem management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ecosystem health and Natural capital.
As a member of one scientific family, Christopher M. Raymond mostly works in the field of Natural resource management, focusing on Spatial planning and, on occasion, Abundance. His work on Ecosystem valuation as part of general Ecosystem services research is frequently linked to Valuation, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Place attachment study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Recreation, Sense of place and Place identity.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental planning, Sustainability, Public participation GIS, Ecosystem services and Sustainability science. His research investigates the connection between Environmental planning and topics such as Biodiversity that intersect with problems in Green infrastructure, Natural resource, Stewardship and Wildlife. His Sustainability research integrates issues from Anthropocene, Economic system and Engineering ethics.
His Ecosystem services research incorporates themes from Human geography and Social capital. His studies deal with areas such as Geographic information system, Spatial planning, Public relations and Natural resource management as well as Sense of place. His work carried out in the field of Place attachment brings together such families of science as Tranquillity, Landscape planning, Empirical research and Cultural landscape.
Christopher M. Raymond mainly focuses on Sustainability, Environmental planning, Ecosystem services, Public participation GIS and Place attachment. His Sustainability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biodiversity conservation, Human geography and Engineering ethics. His research in Environmental planning intersects with topics in Natural resource, Biodiversity and Social capital.
His Ecosystem services research incorporates elements of Tranquillity and Cultural landscape. A majority of his Public participation GIS research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Geographic information system, Empirical research, Regional science, Land use and Operationalization. His Place attachment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental psychology and Sense of place.
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What is social learning
Mark Reed;Anna Clair Evely;Georgina Cundill;Ioan Fazey.
Ecology and Society (2010)
Integrating local and scientific knowledge for environmental management
Christopher M. Raymond;Ioan Fazey;Mark S. Reed;Lindsay C. Stringer.
Journal of Environmental Management (2010)
The relationship between place attachment and landscape values: Toward mapping place attachment
Gregory Brown;Gregory Brown;Christopher Raymond.
Applied Geography (2007)
The measurement of place attachment: Personal, community, and environmental connections
Christopher M. Raymond;Gregory Brown;Delene Weber.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2010)
Mapping community values for natural capital and ecosystem services
Christopher M. Raymond;Christopher M. Raymond;Brett A. Bryan;Darla Hatton MacDonald;Andrea Cast;Andrea Cast.
Ecological Economics (2009)
Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond—lessons learned for sustainability
Maria Tengö;Rosemary Hill;Pernilla Malmer;Christopher M Raymond.
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2017)
A framework for assessing and implementing the co-benefits of nature-based solutions in urban areas
Christopher M. Raymond;Niki Frantzeskaki;Nadja Kabisch;Pam Berry.
Environmental Science & Policy (2017)
Ecosystem Services and Beyond: Using Multiple Metaphors to Understand Human–Environment Relationships
Christopher M. Raymond;Gerald G. Singh;Karina Benessaiah;Joanna R. Bernhardt.
Targeting the management of ecosystem services based on social values: Where, what, and how?
Brett A. Bryan;Christopher M. Raymond;Christopher M. Raymond;Neville D. Crossman;Darla Hatton Macdonald.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2010)
Methods for identifying land use conflict potential using participatory mapping
Greg Brown;Greg Brown;Christopher M. Raymond.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2014)
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