Her main research concerns Environmental resource management, Climate change, Biodiversity, Ecosystem services and Ecology. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental change, Resource, Ecosystem and Water resources. Her Climate change research incorporates elements of Agriculture, Urban planning and Vulnerability.
The Biodiversity study combines topics in areas such as Ecology and Land use, land-use change and forestry. Her Ecosystem services study combines topics in areas such as Ecosystem management and Recreation. The Habitat, Grassland and Vegetation research Paula A. Harrison does as part of her general Ecology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Envelope, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Climate change, Biodiversity and Agriculture. Her study looks at the relationship between Environmental resource management and fields such as Land use, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her research integrates issues of Environmental economics and Openness to experience in her study of Ecosystem services.
Her studies deal with areas such as Vulnerability and Environmental planning as well as Climate change. Biodiversity is closely attributed to Ecology in her research. In the subject of general Ecology, her work in Habitat is often linked to Distribution, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Paula A. Harrison mostly deals with Ecosystem services, Climate change, Sustainability, Biodiversity and Environmental planning. Her Ecosystem services research includes themes of Renewable energy, Tidal power and Environmental resource management. Paula A. Harrison has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Marine protected area and Emerging technologies.
Her work on Climate model as part of general Climate change research is frequently linked to Scale, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research in Sustainability intersects with topics in Natural hazard, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Sustainable development. The concepts of her Biodiversity study are interwoven with issues in Natural resource economics and Ecosystem.
Her primary areas of investigation include Biodiversity, Climate change, Sustainability, Environmental resource management and Ecosystem services. Her work deals with themes such as Natural resource economics, Stakeholder, Wetland and Sustainable development, which intersect with Biodiversity. She has included themes like Land use, Climate model, Intensive farming and Vulnerability in her Natural resource economics study.
Paula A. Harrison combines subjects such as Spatial ecology, Agriculture, Elite and Risk analysis with her study of Climate change. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecosystem, Measurement of biodiversity and Conservation psychology. Her Ecosystem health study in the realm of Ecosystem services connects with subjects such as Provisioning.
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Towards an assessment of multiple ecosystem processes and services via functional traits
Francesco de Bello;Sandra Lavorel;Sandra Myrna Diaz;Richard Harrington.
SPECIES: A Spatial Evaluation of Climate Impact on the Envelope of Species
Linkages between biodiversity attributes and ecosystem services: A systematic review
P.A. Harrison;P.M. Berry;G. Simpson;J.R. Haslett.
Functional traits as indicators of biodiversity response to land use changes across ecosystems and organisms
Marie Vandewalle;Marie Vandewalle;Francesco de Bello;Francesco de Bello;Matty P. Berg;Thomas Bolger.
Quantifying the Contribution of Organisms to the Provision of Ecosystem Services
Gary W. Luck;Richard Harrington;Paula A. Harrison;Claire Kremen.
Relative impacts of human-induced climate change and natural climate variability
Mike Hulme;Elaine M. Barrow;Nigel W. Arnell;Paula A. Harrison.
Modelling potential impacts of climate change on the bioclimatic envelope of species in Britain and Ireland
Indicators of biodiversity and ecosystem services: a synthesis across ecosystems and spatial scales
Christian K. Feld;Pedro Martins da Silva;José Paulo Sousa;Francesco De Bello.
Assessing the vulnerability of agricultural land use and species to climate change and the role of policy in facilitating adaptation
A conceptual framework to assess the effects of environmental change on ecosystem services
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