Project outputs and reports

Reports

Work Package 4.4: A governance analysis of Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management and the Well-being agenda in Wales

Policy brief - An analysis and evaluation of FCERM governance: A summary of research findings

Aligning Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management and Well-being in Wales: An analysis and evaluation of FCERM governance

Integrating Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management and Well-being in Wales: Workshop Highlights

Publications

McKinley, E., Pagès, J.F., Ballinger, R.C., Beaumont, N. 2020, Forgotten landscapes: Public attitudes and perceptions of coastal saltmarshes, Ocean & Coastal Management. DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2020.105117

Rendon, O.R. Garbutt, A. Skov, M. Möller, I., Alexander, M.A., Ballinger, R., Wyles, K. Smith, G., McKinley, E.,  Griffin, J., Thomas, M., Davidson, K., Pagès, J.F., Read, S., Beaumont, N. A framework linking ecosystem services and human well‐being: Saltmarsh as a case study. People Nat. 2019; 00: 1-11. DOI: 10.1002/pan3.10050

Davis, K.J., Binner, A., Bell, A., Day, B., Poate T., Rees, S., Smith, G., Wilson, K., & Bateman, I. (2018) A generalisable integrated natural capital methodology for targeting investment in coastal defence, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, DOI: 10.1080/21606544.2018.1537197

McKinley, E., Pagès, J. F, Wyles, K. J, & Beaumont, N. (2019). Ecosystem services: A bridge or barrier for UK marine stakeholders?  Ecosystem services, 37, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2019.100922

Presentations

Gabe-Thomas, E., Wyles, K., Beaumont, N. (2019). Psychological restoration potential of coastal environments and flood protection: a photo-rating study. Valuing Nature Partnership Conference. London 28th-29th October.
 
Thomas, M., Roberts, E., Henwood, K., Pigeon, N. (2019) I want to show you something about the saltmarsh”: exploring intangible values for wellbeing as part of the CoastWEB project. Valuing Nature Partnership Conference. London 28th-29th October.
 
Alexander, M., McKinley, E. and Ballinger, R. (2019) Barriers and enablers to aligning policy agendas – the case of Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management in Wales”. Valuing Nature Partnership Conference. London 28th-29th October.
 
Rendon, O. (2019). The ecosystem services approach is based on the interdependencies between nature and human well-being. Valuing Nature Partnership Conference. London 28th-29th October.
 
Thomas, M (2019) Developing social science methods for coastal engagement, Environment Evidence Swansea, 19th Sept 2019.
 
van Veelen T. J., Kurnarathna, H., Reeve, D. E. (2019), Coastal Protection by Salt Marshes in Wales. Marine Evidence Wales Conference, 17 September.

van Veelen, Karunarathna and Reeve, 2019, Sensitivity of estuary hydrodynamics to vegetation parameterisation, 4th IMA Conference in Flood  Risk, Swansea, UK

Bennett, W.G., Van Veelen, T.J., Fairchild, T.P., Griffin, J.N. and Karunarathna, H., (2019).  “Computational Modelling of the Impact of Salt Marsh Management Interventions on Coastal Flooding”, 4th IMA Conference on Flood Risk, Swansea, UK.

Rendon, O., Garbutt, A., Skov, M., Möller, I., Alexander, A., Ballinger, R., Wyles, K., Smith, G., McKinley, E., Griffin, J., Thomas, M., Davidson, K., Pagès, J.F.,  Read, S., Beaumont, N. (2019) “A framework linking ecosystem services and human well-being: an application to saltmarsh”. The International Congress on Conservation Biology is in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 21-25th July.

Thomas, M., & Roberts, E. (2019). “A multi-modal methodology for exploring cultural ecosystem services at the coast, MARE Conference”, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June.

Alexander, M., McKinley, E., Ballinger, R. and Garbutt, A. (2019) Understanding governance dynamics on the coast – identifying the barriers and bottlenecks to transformative change in Wales, UK. MARE 2019 People & the Sea: learning from the past, imagining the future. 24-28th June 2019, Amsterdam.

Alexander, M, McKinley, E. and Ballinger, R. (2019) The Pursuit of Well-Being: Opportunities and challenges for aligning Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management with Well-being: Wales, UK. European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (Lisbon), 28-31st May 2019.

Alexander, M. (on behalf of CoastWEB) Valuing the contribution which coastal habitats make to human health and wellbeing - Interdisciplinary insights from the CoastWEB project. Saltmarsh specialist network. 22nd May 2019.

Rendon, O., (2019). “CoastWEB: Valuing the contribution which COASTal habitats make to human health and WEllBeing, with a focus on the alleviation of natural hazards”. Marcopol seminar, Plymouth, University, 2nd April.

Pagès, J.F., Mateo, M.A., McKinley, E. & Skov, M.W. (2019). “Resilience of carbon sequestration to ecosystem transitions”, 1st Meeting of the Iberian Ecological Society (SIBECOL). Barcelona, February.

Pagès, J.F., Mateo, M.A., McKinley, E. & Skov, M.W. (2018). “Resilience of carbon sequestration to ecosystem transitions”, British Ecological Society annual meeting. Birmingham, December 2018.

Roberts, E. (2018) “CoastWEB: Exploring intangible values associated with saltmarshes”, Valuing Nature Conference, Cardiff, November.

Pagès, J.F., Mateo, M.A., McKinley, E. & Skov, M.W. (2018). “Resilience of carbon sequestration to ecosystem transitions”, Coastal Ecology Workshop, Betws-Y-Coed, November.

Gabe-Thomas, E. (2018). “CoastWEB Photo rating study: methodological approach”. Plymouth Sustainability Psychology research group. The University of Plymouth, Plymouth, 7th November.

Beaumont, N. (2018). “Marine and Coastal Ecosystem Service Valuation: Lessons learned and use in Coastal Management”, The 5th International Symposium and Workshop on Marine Ecosystem Services and Marine Spatial Planning & Management, Seoul, South Korea, 30th August.

Alexander, M, McKinley, E. and Ballinger, R. (2018) How is flood risk governance shaping the geographies of well-being in the littoral landscapes of Wales? RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, 28th – 31st August, 2018, Cardiff.

Pagès, J.F., McKinley, E., Mateo, M.A., Skov, M.W. (2018). “Resilience of saltmarsh carbon sequestration to ecosystem transitions”, Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, August 2018.

Pagès, J.F., McKinley, E. (2018). “Ecosystem Services: A Bridge or Barrier?”, Special session at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, August.

Van Veelen, T.J., Fairchild, T.P., Bennett, W.G., Karunarathna, H., Griffin, J.N., & Reeve, D. (2018). "Modelling effects of salt marsh vegetation on estuarine hydrodynamics". 36th International Conference in Coastal Engineering, Baltimore, USA, August.

Thomas, M. (2018). “Mobile methods to explore wellbeing on saltmarshes”, In Situ Methodologies in Geographies of Health and Wellbeing, RGS-IBG London, July.

Roberts, E. (2018). “CoastWEB: Archwilio cyfraniad cynefinoedd arfordirol at iechyd a lles dynol [Welsh-medium: CoastWEB: Exploring the contribution of coastal habitats to human health & wellbeing]”, Tafwyl public event, Cardiff, June.

Alexander, M., McKinley, E. and Ballinger, R. (2018) Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) & The Well-Being of Future Generations in Wales. Invited presentation to the Welsh Coastal Groups Forum. 28th June, Cardiff.

Alexander, M. (2018) Valuing the contribution that coasts make to human health & wellbeing, with a focus on the alleviation of coastal natural hazards. British Council Newton Fund workshop in South Africa, Research capacity for sustainable ecosystem-based management of estuaries and coasts, 19th – 21st June 2018. British Council Researcher Links Programme.

Beaumont, N., & CoastWEB team (2018). “CoastWEB: An Overview”., RESILCOAST meeting, Bangor, 9th May.

Alexander, M., McKinley, E. and Ballinger, R. (2018) Is it possible to deliver sustainable flood and coastal erosion risk management whilst securing the well-being of future generations? Insights from Wales. Flood & Coast 2018, 20th – 22nd March 2019, Telford UK.

Möller, I. (2018) “Innovative technologies and new evidence for nature based solutions to coastal challenges”. Flood & Coast Conference, 20-22 March, Telford, UK.

Van Veelen, T.J., Karunarathna, H., & Reeve, D. (2018) "Modelling effects of salt marsh vegetation on estuarine dynamics". Poster at 13th YCSEC conference, University of Hull, March

Gabe-Thomas, E. (2018). “CoastWEB: A project overview and role of environmental psychology”. Plymouth Sustainability Psychology research group, The University of Plymouth. Plymouth, UK, 14th March.

McKinley, E., Pagès, J.F., Wyles, K., & Beaumont, N. (2018). “Ecosystem Services: Bridge or Barrier for Marine and Coastal Management”. Coastal Futures, London, January.

Beaumont, N., & CoastWEB team. (2017). “CoastWEB: Experiences from the interdisciplinary coalface”. VNP meeting, Edinburgh. 18th October.

McKinley, E., Ballinger R., & Beaumont, N. (2017). “Valuing our Saltmarshes: Ecosystem Services’ in Coastal Policy and Resilience”, Emma McKinley, Rhoda Ballinger, and Nicola Beaumont, Coastal Transitions Conference, Connecticut, USA, March.

McKinley, E., Ballinger R., & Beaumont, N. (2017). “Ecosystem Services’ in Coastal Policy and Resilience”. Joint BES and BESS Symposium: Advances in Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services, Cardiff, April.

McKinley, E. (2017). “RESILCOAST: Strengthening Welsh Coastal Resilience against Flooding and Erosion.” Flood and Coasts, Telford, UK, April.

Van Veelen, T.J., Karunarathna, H., & Reeve, D. (2017) "Modelling salt marshes as natural coastal protection". Poster at 13th YCSEC conference, Bath University, March.

Beaumont, N., & CoastWEB team (2016). “CoastWEB: Valuing the contribution which Coastal habitats make to human health and WEllBeing, with a focus on the alleviation of coastal natural hazards and extreme events”. Valuing Nature Annual Conference, Manchester, 17th October.

McKinley, E., Ballinger R., & Beaumont, N. (2016) “Breaking New Waves: Legislative Reform for Coastal Management in Wales”, Society and the Sea, Greenwich Maritime Centre, London. September.

Press

Neal, R. (2017) “Saline Solution”, Article for National Trust in Wales and Borders magazine, 11th April 2017. Available at: http://www.walesandborders.com/news/latest-news.html?id=1581

Möller, I. (2019) “Rising seas: to keep humans safe, let nature shape the coast”. The Conversation, 7th Feb 2019. Available at: https://theconversation.com/rising-seas-to-keep-humans-safe-let-nature-shape-the-coast-107837