Valuing Nature Annual Conference 2018 - posters


1. Deflecting visitor disturbance from high-value wildlife sites
    Liz Allinson, University of Southampton

2. The community structure and distribution of benthic foraminifera in the saltmarshes
    of Y Foryd Nature Reserve, Menai Strait, Wales

    Mariann Biro, University of Chester

3. 7 days with Generation Z: Increasing Nature Connection
   Francesca Boyd, University of Sheffield  –  Valuing Nature IWUN project

4. A community-led approach to wetland and peatland conservation in Ireland
    Kate Flood, National University of Ireland, Galway

5. Getting Smarter with Nature
    Mike Grace, Birmingham City University

6. Analysing biophysical and economic trade-offs in management decision-making
    between Ecosystem services, Biodiversity conservation, and Commodity production

    Diego Hopkins, Imperial College London

7. The relationship between values and environmental commitment
   Camila Horst Toigo, University of Brighton  - Valuing Nature WetlandLIFE project

8. Greening the grey - integrated green grey infrastructure innovations
    Hugh Kippen, University of Glasgow

9. Applying the ecosystem approach to collaborative land use and management in
    the Pentland Hills Regional Park

    Neville Makan, Scottish Natural Heritage

10. Sponge 2020: Co-creating a climate resilient Somerset 
     Jo Neville, Westcountry Rivers Trust

11. A practical tool for assessing pollination services at a site level
     Fabrizia Ratto, University of Southampton

12. What is Natural Capital?
     Hazel Trenbirth, Office for National Statistics

13. The role of nature in cancer patient experience: findings from an arts for health enquiry
     Sofia Vougioukalou, Cardiff University

14. Identifying and quantifying the gaps in coastal sediment valuation: a case study
     of inter-tidal fisheries

     Gordon Watson, University of Portsmouth

15. The effect of different richness level of nature exposure for health promotion
     Hsiaopu Yeh, Independent 

Posters from Natural Capital Synthesis Report Authors

16. Soil, Cities and Sustainability
     Jess Davies, Lancaster University

17. The Natural Capital of floodplains as a function of land use 
     Emma Rothero, Open University

18. The Natural Capital of temporary rivers: Characterising the value of dynamic
     aquatic terrestrial habitats

     Rachel Stubbington, Nottingham Trent University

Posters from Valuing Nature Projects

19. CoastWEB - Valuing the contribution which COASTal habitats make to human health & WEllBeing

20. IWUN - Improving Wellbeing through Urban Nature

21. GHIA - Green Infrastructure to Promote Health and Wellbeing in an Ageing Population

22. WetlandLIFE - managing mosquitos and the socio-ecological value of wetlands for wellbeing

23. Identifying potential tipping points in the benefits derived from the UK's land ecosystems

24. Understanding ecosystem stocks and tipping points in UK blanket peatlands

25. TPAL - Mechanisms and consequences of tipping points in lowland agricultural landscapes

Posters from Cardiff University 

26. Pattern of Prevalence of Angiostrongylusvasorumin Urban, Suburban, and Rural Slugs
      revealed by Real Time PCR

      Ben Rowson et al.

27. The Pollen Monitoring Programme (PMP); the first two decades
     Heather Pardoe & Irena Pidek

28. Welsh slate: A Candidate for global Heritage Stone Status
      Jana Horak, Terry Hughes & Graham Lott

29. Evidence for Non-native Seaweeds in Wales
      Katherine slade