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Journal Articles and Books

Featured Articles

A framework for assessing and implementing the co-benefits of nature-based solutions in urban areas

 

Authors: Raymond, C.M., Frantzeskaki, N., Kabisch, N., Berry, P., Breil, M., Razvan Nita, M., Geneletti, D., Calfapietra

Date: 08/2017

Published by: Environmental Science & Policy

Ecosystem services and beyond: Using multiple metaphors to understand human-environment relationships

 

Authors: Raymond, C.M., Singh, G., Benessaiah, K., Bernhard, J.R., Levine, J, Nelson, H., Turner, N.J., Norton, B., Tam, J & Chan, K.

Date: 07/2013

Published by: BioScience

Comparing instrumental and deliberative paradigms underpinning the assessment of social values for cultural ecosystem services

 

Authors: Raymond, C.M., Kenter, J., Plieninger, T., and Turner, N.

Date: 11/2014  

Published by: Ecological Economics

Journal Articles

2019

 

Di Masso, A., Williams, D., Raymond, C.M., Lewicka, M., Stedman, R., Verbrugge, L., et al. (2019). Between fixities and flows: Navigating place attachments in an increasingly mobile world. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 61:125-133

2018
 

Van Riper, C.J., Yoon, J., Kyle, G.T., Wallen, K.E., Landon, A.C., and Raymond, C.M (2018). The antecedents of place attachment in the context of an Australian national park. Journal of Environmental Psychology.

 

Raymond, C.M., Diduck, A., Buijs, A., Boerchers, M., and Mocquin, R. (2018). Exploring the co-benefits (and costs) of home gardening for biodiversity conservation.  Local Environment. DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2018.1561657 

 

Kendal, D., Raymond, C.M. (2018). Understanding pathways to shifting people’s values over time in the context of social–ecological systems. Sustainability Science.

 

Gulsrud, N.M.; Raymond, C.M., Rutt, R.L., Olafsson, A.S., Plieninger, T., Sandberg, M., Beery, T.H., and Jönsson, I.K. (2018). ‘Rage against the machine’?  The opportunities and risks concerning the automation of urban green infrastructure. Landscape and Urban Planning. 180: 85-92.

Plieninger, T., Áargarð av Rana, H., Fagerholm, N., Fossaberg, G., Magnussenc, E., Raymond, C.M., Stahl Olafsson, A., and Verbrugge, L. (in press). Identifying and assessing the potential for conflict between a diversity of landscape values and development preferences on the Faroe Islands. Global Environmental Change.

Barthel, S., Belton, S., Giusti, M., and Raymond, C.M. (2018).  Fostering children’s connections to nature through authentic situations.  Frontiers in Psychology.

Giusti, M., Raymond, C.M., and Beery, T. (2018). A framework to assess where and how children connect to nature. Frontiers in Psychology.

 

Mathervet, R, Bousquet, F., and Raymond, C.M. (2018). The concept of stewardship in sustainability science and conservation biology. Biological Conservation 271: 363-370.

Mann, C., Garcia-Martin, M., Raymond, C.M., Shaw, B.J., and Plieninger, T. (2018). The potential for integrated landscape management to fulfil Europe’s commitments to the Sustainable Development Goals. Landscape and Urban Planning. 177: 75-82

 

Robinson G.M., Bardsley, D., Raymond, C.M., Underwood, T., Moskwa, E., Weber, D., Waschl, N., Bardsley, A. (2018). Adapting to climate change: Lessons from farmers and peri-urban fringe residents in South Australia. Environments 5(3): 40-56.

2017

Raymond, C.M, Kyttä, M., and Stedman, R. (2017). Sense of place, fast and slow: The potential contributions of affordance theory to sense of place. Frontiers in Psychology 8(1674): 1-14.

Ives, C., Gordon, A., Oke, C., Raymond, C.M. and Bekessy, S. (2017) Spatial scale influences values and perceptions of green open space. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

Raymond, C.M., Frantzeskaki, N., Kabisch, N., Berry, P., Breil, M., Razvan Nita, M., Geneletti, D., Calfapietra, C. (2017). A framework for assessing and implementing the co-benefits of nature-based solutions in urban areas. Environmental Science and Policy. 77:15-24.

Ives, C.D., Giusti, M., Fischer, J., Abson, D.J., Klaniecki, K., Dorninger, C., Laudan, J., Barthel, S., Abernethy, P., Martín-López, B., Raymond, C.M., Kendal, D., Von Wehrden, H.. (2017) Human-nature connections: A multi-disciplinary review. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 26-27:106-113.

 

Beery, T., Raymond, C.M., Kyttä, M., Olafsson, A.S., Plieninger, T., Sandberg, M., Stenseke, M., Tengö, M. & Jönsson, K.I. (2017). Fostering incidental experiences of nature through green infrastructure planning. AMBIO

 

van Riper, C., Landon, A.C., Kidd, S., Toledo, D., Bitterman, P., Fitzgerlad, L.A., Granek, E.F., Ibarra, S., Iwaniec, D. & Raymond, C.M. (2017) Incorporating socio-cultural phenomena into ecosystem service valuation: The importance of critical pluralism. 67 (3): 233-244

 

Muhar, A, Raymond, C.M. et al. (2017). A model integrating socio-cultural concepts of nature into frameworks of interaction between social and natural systems. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

 

Raymond, C.M., Guisti, M. & Barthel, S. (2017). An embodied perspective on the co-production of cultural ecosystem services: Toward embodied ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

 

Lechner, A., McIntynre, N.,Raymond, C.M , Witt, K., Rifkin, W, Arnold, S and Scott, M. (2017). Challenges of integrated modelling in mining regions to address social, environmental and economic impacts. Environmental Modelling and Software. 93: 268-281.

 

Tengö, M., Hill, R., Malmer, P., Raymond, C.M., Spierenburg, M., Danielsen, F., Elmqvist, T., Folke, C. (2017) Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond – lessons learned for sustainability. 26-27:17-25.

 

2016

Raymond, C.M. and Kenter, J. (2016) Transcendental values and the valuation and management of ecosystem services. Ecosystem Services. 21 (Part B): 241–257.

 

Kenter, J.,...Raymond, C.M. et al. (2016). Shared values and deliberative valuation: Future directions. Ecosystem Services. 21 (Part B): 358–371.

Raymond, C.M., Reed, M., Bieling, C., Robinson, G.M., Plieninger, T. (2016). Integrating multiple understandings of landscape stewardship into the design of agri-environmental schemes. Environmental Conservation. 43: 350-358.

Raymond, C.M., Gottwald, S., Kouppa, J., Kyttä, M. (2016). Integrating multiple elements of environmental justice into urban blue space planning using public participation GIS.  Landscape and Urban Planning. 153:198-208.

 

Raymond, C.M., Plieninger, T., Fagerholm, N., Bieling, C., and Martin-Lopez, B (2016). The farmer as a landscape steward: Exploring the relationships between landscape values, landscape stewardship and ecosystem management. AMBIO. DOI: 10.1007/s13280-015-0694-0.

 

Fagerholm, N, Osteros, Rozas, E., Raymond, C.M., Torralba., M., Moreno, G., Plieninger, T. (2016). Assessing linkages between ecosystem services, land-use and well-being in an agroforestry landscape using public participation GIS. Applied Geography, 74, 30-46.

 

Kusmanoff, A., Hardy, M., Fidler, F., Maffey, G., Raymond, C.M., Fitzsimons, J., Reed, M., and Bekessy, S. (2016). Framing the private land conservation conversation: Strategic framing of the benefits of conservation participation could increase landholder engagement. Journal of Environmental Management, 61: 124-128.

 

Plieninger, T., Raymond, C.M., Oteros-Rozas, . (2016). Ecosystem services in a biome context – Rural and cultivated landscapes. In: Handbook of Ecosystem Services. R. Haines-Young, M. Potschin, R. Fish (Eds.). Routledge, UK.

 

2015

 

Raymond, C.M., Lechner, A.M., Lockwood, M., Carter, O., Harris, R. and Gilfedder, L. (2015). Private land manager capacity to conserve threatened communities under climate change, Journal of Environmental Management 159: 235-244.

 

Ives, C.D., Wolnicki, M., Hardy, M., Biggs, D., Lechner, A., Raymond, C.M. (2015). Using social data in strategic environmental assessment to conserve biodiversity. Land Use Policy 47: 332-341.

 

Plieninger, T., Bieling, C., Fagerholm, N., Byg, A., Hartel, T., Hurley, P. … Raymond, C.M. & Huntsinger, L. (2015). The role of cultural ecosystem services in landscape management and planning. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14: 28-33.

 

Brown, G., Raymond, C.M., Corcoran, J. (2015). Mapping and measuring place attachment. Applied Geography, 57: 42-53.

 

Lechner, A., Brown, G. & Raymond, C.M. (2015).  Modeling the impact of future development and public conservation orientation on landscape connectivity for conservation planning. Landscape Ecology 30: 699-713.

 

Lockwood, M., Raymond, C.M., Morrison, M., Oczowski, E. (2015). Measuring the dimensions of adaptive capacity: A psychometric approach. Ecology & Society 20(1): 37.

 

2014

 

Raymond, C.M. (2014). Identifying and assessing conservation opportunity. Conservation Biology 28:1447-1450.

 

Moon, K, Adams, V.M., Januchowski-Hartley, S.R., Polyakov, M., Mills, M., Biggs, D., Knight, A., Game, E.T., Raymond, C.M. (2014). A multidisciplinary conceptualization of conservation opportunity. Conservation Biology 28(6): 1484-96.

 

Lechner, A., Gordon, A., Raymond, C.M, et al. (2014). Characterizing spatial uncertainty when integrating social data in conservation planning. Conservation Biology 28(6): 1497-1511.

 

Raymond, C.M., Kenter, J., Plieninger, T., and Turner, N. (2014). Comparing instrumental and deliberative paradigms underpinning the assessment of social values for cultural ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 107: 145-156.

 

Brown, G. & Raymond, C.M. (2014). Methods for identifying conflict potential using participatory mapping. Landscape and Urban Planning,122: 196-208.

 

Whitehead, A.L., Kujala, H. Ives, C.D., Gordon, A., Lentini, P, Wintle, B., Nicholson, E, Raymond, C.M. (2014). Integrating biological and social values when prioritising places for biodiversity conservation.  Conservation Biology 28(4): 992-1003.

 

2013

 

Raymond, C.M., Singh, G., Benessaiah, K., Nelson, H., Turner, N.J., & Chan, K. (2013).  Engaging multiple disciplines in ecosystem services research and assessment: A reply to Orenstein.  BioScience 63(2): 913.

 

Raymond, C.M., Singh, G., Benessaiah, K., Bernhard, J.R., Levine, J, Nelson, H., Turner, N.J., Norton, B., Tam, J & Chan, K. (2013).  Ecosystem services and beyond: Using multiple metaphors to understand human-environment relationships. BioScience 63(7): 536-546.

 

Raymond, C.M. & Knight, A.T. (2013). Applying social research techniques to improve the effectiveness of conservation planning. Bioscience 63(5): 320-321.

 

Raymond, C.M. & Spoehr, J. (2013). The acceptability of climate change in agricultural communities: Comparing responses across variability and change. Journal of Environmental Management 115: 69-77.

 

Raymond, C.M. & Robinson, G.M. (2013). Factors affecting rural landholders’ adaptation to climate change: Insights from formal institutions and communities of practice.  Global Environmental Change 23(1):103-114.

 

Raymond, C.M. & Cleary, J. (2013). A tool and process which facilitates community capacity building and social learning for natural resource management. Ecology and Society 18(1): 25.

 

Reed, M.S., Fazey, I., Stringer, L.C., Raymond, C.M., Akhtar-Schuster, M., Begni, G., Bigas, H., Brehm, S., Briggs, J., Chanda, R., Davies, J., Diez, E., Essahli, W., Geeson, N., Hartmann, I., Holden, J., Ioris, I., Kruger, B., Laureano, P., Phillipson, J., Prell, C., Quinn, C.H., Reeves, A.D., Seely, M., Thomas, R., van der Werff, Ten Bosch, M.J., Vergunst, P., & Wagner, L. (2013). Knowledge management for land degradation monitoring and assessment: An analysis of contemporary thinking. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.112

 

2011

 

Raymond, C.M., Brown, G., & Robinson, G.M. (2011). The influence of place attachment, and moral and normative concerns on the conservation of native vegetation: A test of two behavioural models.  Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31(4): 323-335.

 

Raymond, C.M., & Brown, G. (2011a). Assessing spatial associations between perceptions of landscape value and climate change risk for use in climate change planning. Climatic Change 104: 653–678.

 

Raymond, C.M., & Brown, G. (2011b). Assessing conservation opportunity on private land: Socio-economic, behavioural and spatial dimensions.  Journal of Environmental Management, 92(10): 2513-2523.

 

Bryan, B.A., Raymond, C.M., Crossman, N.D., & King, D. (2011). Comparing spatially explicit ecological and social values for natural areas to identify effective conservation strategies. Conservation Biology 25(1): 172-181

 

Pettit, C.J., Raymond, C.M., Bryan, B.A., & Lewis. H. (2011). Identifying strengths and weaknesses of landscape visualisation for effective communication of future alternatives.  Landscape and Urban Planning 3: 231-241.

 

Reed M.S., Buenemann, M., Atlhopheng, J., Akhtar-Schuster, M., Bachmann, F., Bastin, G., Bigas, H., Chanda, R., Dougill, A.J., Essahli, W., Fleskens, L., Geeson, N., Hessel, R., Holden, J., Ioris, A., Kruger, B., Liniger, H.P., Mphinyane, W., Nainggolan, D., Perkins, J., Raymond, C.M., Ritsema, C., Schwilch, G., Sebego, R., Seely, M., Stringer, L.C., Thomas, R., Twomlow, S., &Verzandvoort, S. (2011). Cross-scale monitoring and assessment of land degradation and sustainable land management: A methodological framework for knowledge management. Land Degradation and Development 22(2): 261-271.

 

2010

 

Raymond, C.M., Brown, G., & Weber, D. (2010).  The measurement of place attachment: Personal, community and environmental connections. Journal of Environmental Psychology 30(4): 422-434.

 

Raymond, C.M., Fazey, I., Reed, M.S., Stringer, L.C., Robinson, G.M., &Evely, A.C. (2010). Integrating local and scientific knowledge for environmental management. Journal of Environmental Management 91: 1766-1777.

 

Bryan, B.A., Raymond, C.M., Hatton MacDonald, D., & Crossman, N. (2010). Targeting management of ecosystem services based on social values: Where, what and how? Landscape and Urban Planning 97(2): 111-122.

 

Reed, M.S., Evely, A.C., Cundill, G., Fazey, I., Glass, J., Laing, A., Newig, J., Parrish, B., Prell C., Raymond, C.M., & Stringer, L.C. (2010). What is social learning? Ecology and Society 15(4): r1.

 

2009 and earlier

 

Raymond, C.M., Bryan, B.A., Hatton MacDonald, D., Cast, A., Strathearn, S., Grandgirard, A., &Kalivas, T. (2009). Mapping community values for natural capital and ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 68: 1301-1315.

 

Brown, G., & Raymond, C.M. (2007). The relationship between place attachment and landscape values: Toward mapping place attachment. Applied Geography,27(2), 89-111.

 

Raymond, C.M., & Brown, G. (2007).  A spatial method for assessing resident and visitor attitudes toward tourism growth and development. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 15(5): 520-540.

 

Raymond, C.M., & Brown, G. (2006). A method for assessing protected area allocations using a typology of landscape values. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 49(6): 797-812. 

 

Pestell A.J., Raymond, C.M., Walton, H., Petit, S. and Gibbs, J. (2003). Abundance of sea spurge (Euphorbia paralias) on the foredune at Long Beach, Robe, South Australia, and implications for dune stabilisation. South Australian Naturalist 77: 12-15.

Book Reviews


 

Books, Book Chapters and Reviews

Plieninger, T., Raymond, C.M., Oteros-Rozas (2016). Cultivated Landscapes. In: Handbook of Ecosystem Services. Eds. M. Potschin, R. Haines-Young, R. Fish, K. Turner. Routledge, UK.

 

Raymond, C.M. (2013).  Review of “Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Applications”. Estudios de Psicología, 34 (23): 345-348.

 

Raymond, C.M. (2009), Review of ‘Rural Sustainable Development in the Knowledge Society’.K. Bruckmeier and H. Tovey (Eds.). Land Use Policy doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2009.10.015.