Valuing Nature Annual Conference 2019 - Posters

Incorporating the insurance value of peri-urban ecosystem services into natural hazard policies and insurance products: Insights from MexicoDr Rosalind Bark, University of East Anglia

Expanding the role of participatory mapping to assess ecosystem service provision: A case study of natural capital in the Deben EstuaryDr Daryl Burdon, Daryl Burdon Ltd

Open-data approaches to mapping (& valuation of) ecosystem service provision anywhere in the World, using Co$tingNature Dr Sophia Burke, AmbioTEK CIC

The cost of humanity: More positive attitudes towards humanity curtail concern for animals and nature - Dr Wing Yee (VerBon) Cheung, University of Winchester

From urban agriculture to public health in The Global North: A frameworkCatalina Cruz-Piedrahita, Imperial College

Ecosystems in conflict - Environmental change impacts on the Colombian páramos - Prof. Terry Dawson, King’s College London

Where to locate new energy infrastructure: a natural capital approach - Gemma Delafield, University of Exeter

Treezilla: a platform for mapping and valuing the UK's urban trees - Nadia Dewhurst-Richman, The Open University

Public Perceptions of Flood Management Schemes in the UKMikaela D'Souza, University of Nottingham

When screens replace backyards: Strategies to connect electronic-media-oriented young people to natureRachael Edwards, University of Waterloo, Canada

Scottish Natural Capital - Ecosystem Service AccountsMax Engledew, Office for National Statistics

Connecting Children and Young People to NatureNicola Estill, Friends of the Lake District

Urban Green and Blue space benefits in cities from four continents: Asia, Latin America, Africa, EuropeDr David H Fletcher, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

Reversing the over-use of natural capital in socio-technical systems - what might a stable system look like? - Dr Rachel Freeman, University College London

Valuing geology - Nature's fundamental componentJulie Harrald, The Geology Trusts

Valuing nature through sustainable agriculture: investments in biochar-pigeon pea businesses in ZambiaDr Pernille Holtedahl, Blue Maia

AECOM’s Natural Capital Laboratory:  a testbed site where teams can undertake experimental new techniques to quantify, measure and communicate environmental and social changeCampbell Howe, AECOM

How does the type and quality of urban green and blue spaces impact subjective well-being in London?Sarah Knight, University of York

Quantification of Birch and Bracken encroachment on heathland using airborne hyperspectral imager and Sentinel 2 satellite imageryDr Gary Llewellyn, 2Excel geo

Modelling Habitat Quality in Malaysia using Sentinel-2 Deforestation Data and an Ecosystem Model - Valentin Louis, University of Leicester

Landscape Enterprise NetworksCatherine McCosker, 3Keel

Testing a Natural Capital Accounting Approach on SNH Land - Tom McKenna, Scottish Natural Heritage

Modelling erosion and sediment transport to inform Payment for Ecosystem Services schemesDr Andrea Momblanch, Cranfield University

Schools Biodiversity Project: Nurturing Nature & WellbeingLouise Montgomery, Royal Holloway University of London

Using Sentinel-2 derived deforestation maps of the Primeval Białowieża Forest to map habitat degradation with the InVEST Ecosystem Service Model Rosalinda Morrone, University of Leicester - Polytechnic of Milan

Using InVEST models combined with Sentinel-2 products to quantify mangrove changes over the Kenyan coastSilvia Poli, CLCR University of Leicester

Impacts of urban greenspace on mental healthDr Michaela Roberts, James Hutton Institute

SmartRiver: IoT and Natural Flood ManagementAndrew Ross, Global Garden Ltd

Changing Values of Inland Waterways: mapping evolving themes in the assessment - policy ‘loop’Nicki Schiessel Harvey, Birmingham City University

Natural capital approaches for offshore renewable energyDr Neda Trifonova, University of Aberdeen

Prescribing Nature in Rural CommunitiesAilsa Villegas, NHS Highland

Medmerry Managed Realignment Scheme: An Ecosystem Services ValuationClaire Wansbury and Warwick Wainwright, Atkins

Assessing the effect of stressors (algal mats and sediment disturbance) on the function and valuation of key coastal ecosystems for improving water quality - Gordon Watson, University of Portsmouth

Using marine biotope data to link natural capital with improved water quality outcomes and better decision-making - Dr Stephen Watson, University of Portsmouth

Beyond Green: Rethinking Nature in Urban Public Spaces - Ying Li, University of Gloucestershire

Using evidence-based logic chains to develop indicators for impacts of heavy metals on ecosystem services - Laurence Jones, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology