Publications

Li Sen; Juhász-Horváth Linda; Harrison Paula A.; Pintér László; Rounsevell Mark D.A.; , 2017, Relating farmer's perceptions of climate change risk to adaptation behaviour in Hungary. Journal of Environmental Management, 185, 21-30

Li Sen; Juhász-Horváth Linda; Harrison Paula A.; Pintér László; Rounsevell Mark D.A.; , 2016, Population and age structure in Hungary: a residential preference and age dependency approach to disaggregate census data. Journal of Maps, 12, 560-569

Haslett John R.; Garcia-Llorente Marina; Harrison Paula A.; Li Sen; Berry Pam M.; , 2016, Offshore renewable energy and nature conservation: the case of marine tidal turbines in Northern Ireland. Biodiversity and Conservation

Alexander Peter; Prestele Reinhard; Verburg Peter H.; Arneth Almut; Baranzelli Claudia; Batista e Silva Filipe; Brown Calum; Butler Adam; Calvin Katherine; Dendoncker Nicolas; Doelman Jonathan C.; Dunford Robert; Engström Kerstin; Eitelberg David; Fujimori Shinichiro; Harrison Paula A.; Hasegawa Tomoko; Havlik Petr; Holzhauer Sascha; Humpenöder Florian; Jacobs-Crisioni Chris; Jain Atul K.; Krisztin Tamás; Kyle Page; Lavalle Carlo; Lenton Tim; Liu Jiayi; Meiyappan Prasanth; Popp Alexander; Powell Tom; Sands Ronald D.; Schaldach Rüdiger; Stehfest Elke; Steinbuks Jevgenijs; Tabeau Andrzej; van Meijl Hans; Wise Marshall A.; Rounsevell Mark D.A.; , 2016, Assessing uncertainties in land cover projections. Global Change Biology

García-Llorente Marina; Harrison Paula A.; Berry Pam; Palomo Ignacio; Gómez-Baggethun Erik; Iniesta-Arandia Irene; Montes Carlos; García del Amo David; Martín-López Berta; , 2016, What can conservation strategies learn from the ecosystem services approach? Insights from ecosystem assessments in two Spanish protected areas. Biodiversity and Conservation

Harrison Paula A.; Dunford Robert W.; Holman Ian P.; Rounsevell Mark D.A.; , 2016, Climate change impact modelling needs to include cross-sectoral interactions.

Li Sen; Gilbert Lucy; Harrison Paula A.; Rounsevell Mark D.A.; , 2016, Modelling the seasonality of Lyme disease risk and the potential impacts of a warming climate within the heterogeneous landscapes of Scotland. , 13