Lindsay C. Stringer mostly deals with Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Stakeholder, Adaptive capacity and Climate change. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Land use, Corporate governance, Natural resource management, Sustainability and Stakeholder engagement. His research integrates issues of Agriculture, Land management, Climate Finance and Environmental planning in his study of Ecosystem services.
Lindsay C. Stringer has researched Land management in several fields, including Desertification and Land degradation. His study in Stakeholder focuses on Stakeholder analysis in particular. In his research, Management science is intimately related to Participatory action research, which falls under the overarching field of Stakeholder analysis.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Land degradation, Climate change and Livelihood. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecosystem services, Agriculture, Stakeholder, Natural resource management and Sustainability. His Stakeholder research incorporates themes from Conceptual framework and Stakeholder engagement.
His Sustainability research incorporates elements of Natural resource economics and Sustainable development. His study explores the link between Land degradation and topics such as Desertification that cross with problems in United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification. His Livelihood research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vulnerability assessment, Poverty and Agroforestry.
Lindsay C. Stringer focuses on Natural resource economics, Climate change, Context, Environmental planning and Restoration ecology. His Climate change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Drainage basin, Vegetation, Precipitation and Water resources. His Environmental planning study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water scarcity, Ecosystem services, Stakeholder, Corporate governance and Stakeholder engagement.
His studies in Ecosystem services integrate themes in fields like Futures contract and Land use. His Sustainable development study incorporates themes from Food security, Environmental resource management and Theoretical ecology. As part of the same scientific family, Lindsay C. Stringer usually focuses on Ecosystem management, concentrating on Land degradation and intersecting with Adaptive capacity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Peat, Natural resource economics, Post disaster, Reflexivity and Land restoration. His study in Peat is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biodiversity, Restoration ecology, Climate change, Ecosystem and Swamp. His work carried out in the field of Natural resource economics brings together such families of science as Developing country, Fossil fuel, Renewable energy and Urbanization.
His Land restoration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Agriculture, Livelihood and Greenhouse gas. His work on Greenhouse gas is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Cost–benefit analysis.
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Who's in and why? A typology of stakeholder analysis methods for natural resource management.
Mark S. Reed;Anil Graves;Norman Dandy;Helena Posthumus.
Journal of Environmental Management (2009)
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)
Unpacking “Participation” in the Adaptive Management of Social–ecological Systems: a Critical Review
Lindsay C. Stringer;Andrew J. Dougill;Evan Fraser;Klaus Hubacek.
Ecology and Society (2006)
Adaptations to climate change, drought and desertification: local insights to enhance policy in southern Africa
Lindsay C. Stringer;Jen C. Dyer;Mark S. Reed;Andrew J. Dougill.
Environmental Science & Policy (2009)
Summary for policymakers of the regional assessment report on biodiversity and ecosystem services for Africa of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
E. Archer;L.E. Dziba;K.J. Mulongoy;Maoela.
Mapping the vulnerability of crop production to drought in Ghana using rainfall, yield and socioeconomic data
Philip Antwi-Agyei;Philip Antwi-Agyei;Evan D.G. Fraser;Evan D.G. Fraser;Andrew J. Dougill;Lindsay C. Stringer.
Applied Geography (2012)
Environmental change in moorland landscapes.
J. Holden;L. Shotbolt;A. Bonn;T. P. Burt.
Earth-Science Reviews (2007)
Five principles for the practice of knowledge exchange in environmental management.
M. S. Reed;L. C. Stringer;I. Fazey;A. C. Evely.
Journal of Environmental Management (2014)
Knowledge exchange: a review and research agenda for environmental management
Ioan Fazey;Anna C. Evely;Mark S. Reed;Lindsay C. Stringer.
Environmental Conservation (2013)
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