Tool Assessor - Reference List

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1. User guide. Sharp, R., Tallis, H.T., Ricketts, T., Guerry, A.D., Wood, S.A., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Nelson, E., Ennaanay, D., Wolny, S., Olwero, N., Vigerstol, K., Pennington, D., Mendoza, G., Aukema, J., Foster, J., Forrest, J., Cameron, D., Arkema, K., Lonsdorf, E., Kennedy, C., Verutes, G., Kim, C.K., Guannel, G., Papenfus, M., Toft, J., Marsik, M., Bernhardt, J., Griffin, R., Glowinski, K., Chaumont, N., Perelman, A., Lacayo, M. Mandle, L., Hamel, P., Vogl, A.L., Rogers,  L. & Bierbower,  W. (2015)  InVEST +VERSION+ User’s Guide.  The Natural Capital Project,  Stanford University, University of Minnesota, The Nature Conservancy, and World Wildlife Fund.  Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/release_default/rele... (10/04/17)

2. Journal article. Bagstad, K.J., Semmens, D.J., Waage, S. & Winthrop, R. (2013) A comparative assessment of decision-support tools for ecosystem services quantification and valuation. Ecosystem Services. 5: 27-39.   

3. Website. Stanford University, University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment, The Nature Conservancy, World Wildife Fund (2015) Natural Capital Project: InVEST. [www] Accessible at: http://www.naturalcapitalproject.org/invest/ (25/01/16)

4. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Carbon storage and sequestration: Climate Regulation.[www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16)

5. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Coastal Blue Carbon. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

6. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Coastal Vulnerability. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16)

7. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Pollinator Abundance: Crop Pollination. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

8. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Fisheries Production. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

9. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Habitat Quality. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

10. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Habitat Risk Assessment. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

 


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11. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Managed Timber Production. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

12. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Marine Fish Aquaculture. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

13. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Marine Water Quality. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

14. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Wave Attenuation and Erosion Reduction: Coastal Protection. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

15. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Offshore Wind Energy Production [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (25/01/16) 

16. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Visitation: Recreation and Tourism [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (27/01/16) 

17. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Water yield: Reservoir Hydropower Production [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (27/01/16) 

18. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Unobstructed Views: Scenic Quality Provision. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (27/01/16)

19. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Sediment Delivery Ratio Model. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (27/01/16) 

20. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Nutrient Retention: Water Purification. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (27/01/16)

 


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21. Website. The Natural Capital Project (2015) Wave Energy Production. [www] Accessible at: http://data.naturalcapitalproject.org/nightly-build/invest-users-guide/h... (27/01/16)

22. Review . Ecosystems Knowledge Network (2012) InVEST tool review. Standalone pdf. Accessible at: http://ecosystemsknowledge.net/sites/default/files/wp-content/uploads/20...

23. Report. Waage, S., Armstrong, K. & Hwang, L. (2011) New Business Decision-Making Aids in an Era of Complexity, Scrutiny, and Uncertainty. Tools for Identifying, Assessing, and Valuing Ecosystem Services. Report by the BSR’s Ecosystem Services, Tools & Markets Working Group. Accessible at: https://www.bsr.org/en/our-insights/report-view/new-business-decision-ma...

24. Journal article. Nelson, E., Mendoza, G., Regetz, J., Polasky, S., Tallis, H., Cameron, D., Chan, K.M., Daily, G.C., Goldstein, J., Kareiva, P.M., Lonsdorf, E., Naidoo, R., Ricketts, T.H. & Shaw, M. (2009) Modelling multiple ecosystem services, biodiversity conservation, commodity production, and tradeoffs at landscape scales. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 7: 4–11.

25. Information note. Natural Capital Project (2010) InVEST: A Tool for Integrating Ecosystem Services into Policy and Decision-Making. TEEB (The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity) Case Study Summary. 

26. Journal article. Grafius, D. R., Corstanje, R., Warren, P.H., Evans, K.L., Hancock, S. & Harris, J.A. (2016) The impact of land use/land cover scale on modelling urban ecosystem services. Landscape Ecology. Online first 1-14. 

27. Website. UK Government (2015) Harvested Gemini Metadata. [www] Accessible at: https://data.gov.uk/harvest/gemini-object/e9363b9e-dc99-4761-973a-69aeed... (29/01/16) 

28. Presentation. Oliver, T. (2014) Mapping Ecosystem Services using the InVEST Framework. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology presentation for Wessex BESS. 

29. Pers comm. Oliver, T. (2016) Landscape Ecologist at University of Reading, previously Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. Information obtained through personal communication. 

30. User guide. Winn, J.P., Bellamy, C. C., and Fisher, T. (2015) EcoServ-GIS Version 3.3 (Great Britain): A toolkit for mapping ecosystem services. User Guide. The Wildlife Trusts.

 


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31. Report. Ecosystems Knowledge Network (2012) Mapping Ecosystem Services. Report on a workshop organised by EKN and Durham Wildlife Trust.

32. Guide. Winn, J., Mackenzie, I. & Hill, K. (2015) Mapping the benefits of nature and the green network: A new town case study. A guide for Local Authority Planners, Green Infrastructure Officers, Ecologists and Landscape Architects. 

33. Presentation. Gimona, A., Poggio, L., Baggio, A. & Castellazzi, M. (2015) Modelling and Mapping Key Ecosystem Services. Presentation by the James Hutton Institute.

34. Pers comm. Gimona, A. (2016) Spatial Ecologist at the James Hutton Institute. Information obtained through personal communication. 

35. Journal article. Verhagen, W., van Teeffelen, A.J.A., Compagnucci, A.B., Poggio, L., Gimona, A. & Verburg, P.H. (2016) Effects of landscape configuration on mapping ecosystem service capacity: a review of evidence and a case study in Scotland. Landscape Ecology. Under review. 

36. Website. Aberdeenshire Council (2015) Aberdeenshire Land Use Strategy Pilot. [www] Accessible at: https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/environment/energy-conservation/aberdee... (08/02/16) 

37. Presentation. Winn, J. (no date) EcoServ-GIS: Ecosystem Services Mapping Project. Presentation by Durham Wildlife Trust and North East Wildlife Trusts Living Landscapes. 

38. Presentation. Winn, J. (no date) EcoServ-GIS Ecosystem Services Mapping: A Wildlife Trust GIS Toolkit to map ecosystem services at a county scale. Presentation by Durham Wildlife Trust and North East Wildlife Trusts Living Landscapes. 

39. Website. CaBA (2015) EcoServ.[www] Accessible at: http://www.catchmentbasedapproach.org/best-practice/use-data/ecoserv (08/02/16) 

40. Website. US Forest Service (2015) i-Tree Eco: Tools for Assessing and Managing Community Forests.[www] Accessible at: https://www.itreetools.org/eco/index.php (08/02/16)

 


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41. User guide. USDA Forest Service Research (2015) i-Tree Eco Users Manual v.5.0.

42. Website. US Forest Service (2015) i-Tree Eco: Application Overview. [www] Accessible at: https://www.itreetools.org/eco/overview.php (08/02/16) 

43. Website. US Forest Service (2015) i-Tree Eco: International. [www] Accessible at: https://www.itreetools.org/eco/international.php (08/02/16) 

44. Map. US Forest Service (2015) i-Tree Eco World User Map. [www] Accessible at: https://www.itreetools.org/eco/index.php (08/02/16) 

45. Website. US Forest Service (2015) i-Tree Support. [www] Accessible at: https://www.itreetools.org/support/index.php (08/02/16) 

46. Presentation. Zelaya, Al., Henning, J. & Binkley, M. (2015) i-Tree 2015: New Innovations for Assessing Community Tree Services and Values. Presentation at ISA Conference, Orlando, Florida August 2015. 

47. Pers comm. Brocklebank, H. (2016) Strategy Lead for Living Landscapes and Living Seas at Sussex Wildlife Trust. Information obtained through personal communication. 

48. Report. Rogers, K., Sacre, K., Goodenough, J. & Doick, K. (2015) Valuing London's Urban Forest: Results of the London i-Tree Eco project. Treeconomics, London.  

49. Website. Forest Research (2015) i-Tree Eco in the UK. [www] Accessible at: http://www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/itree (10/02/16) 

50. Website. US Forest Service (2015) i-Tree Landscape (Beta). [www] Accessible at: https://www.itreetools.org/news/whats_new.php#Ecosec (10/02/16)

 


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51. Summary. Forest Research (no date) Valuing ecosystem services provided by Glasgow’s urban trees. Research Summary. Accessible at https://www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/beeh-9y8e2j (05/04/17).

52. Summary. Forest Research (no date) Valuing ecosystem services provided by urban trees in Wrexham's County Borough. Research Summary. Accessible at https://www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/beeh-9t8dzh (05/04/17).

53. Summary. Forest Research (no date) Valuing ecosystem services provided by urban trees in Bridgend County Borough. Research Summary. Accessible at https://www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/beeh-a4bggx (05/04/17)

54. Summary. Forest Research (no date) Valuing ecosystem services provided by urban trees in the Tawe Catchment. Research Summary. Accessible at https://www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/beeh-a4bgve (05/04/17)

55. Report. Rogers, K., Jarratt, T. & Hansford, D. (2011) Torbay's Urban Forest: Assessing Urban Forest Effects and Values: a Report on the Findings from the UK I-Tree Eco Pilot Project. Treeconomics.

56. Report. Nowak, D.J., Bodine, A. R., Hoehn, R.E., Crane, D.E., Ellis, A., Endreny, T.A., Yang, Y., Jacobs, T. & Shelton, K. (2013) Assessing Urban Forest Effects and Values: the Greater Kansas City Region. USDA Resource Bulletin, US Forest Service. 

57. Journal article. Baro, F., Chaparro, L., Gomez-Baggethun, E., Langemeyer, J., Nowak, D. & Terradas, J. (2014) Contribution of Ecosystem Services to Air Quality and Climate Change Mitigation Policies: The Case of Urban Forests in Barcelona, Spain. Ambio. 43: 466-479. 

58. Report. Hölzinger, O., Laughlin, P. & Grayson, N. (2015) Planning for sustainable land-use: The Natural Capital Planning Tool (NCPT) Project. Report by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. RICS, Parliament Square, London. Accessible at: http://www.rics.org/uk/knowledge/research/research-reports/natural-capit... (4/4/17)

59. Website. NERC (2016) Grants on the Web: Injecting a Natural Capital Planning Tool into Green-Blue Infrastructure Management. Grant awarded to Birmingham University (Principal Investigator Prof. J. Sadler) [www] Accessible at: http://gotw.nerc.ac.uk/list_full.asp?pcode=NE%2FN017587%2F1&cookieConsent=A (15/02/16) 

60. User guide. Natural Economy Northwest, CABE, Natural England, Yorkshire Forward, The Northern Way, Design for London, Defra, Tees Valley Unlimited, Pleasington Consulting Ltd, and Genecon LLP (2010) Building natural value for sustainable economic development: Green Infrastructure Valuation Toolkit. Version 1.4 (updated in 2016).  Accessible at: http://bit.ly/givaluationtoolkit

 


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61. Website. Green Infrastructure North West (no date) Building natural value for sustainable economic development: Green Infrastructure Valuation Toolkit. [www] Accessible at: www.bit.ly/givaluationtoolkit (accessed 04/04/17) 

62. Website. Forest Research (2015) Toolkits and Models. [www] Accessible at: http://www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/urgc-7etczh (15/02/16). 

63. Excel spreadsheet. Green Infrastructure Toolkit Calculator - Excel spreadsheet Accessible at: www.bit.ly/givaluationtoolkit (accessed 04/04/17) 

64. Website. Susdrain (2012) BeST (Benefits of SuDS Tool). [www] Accessible at: http://www.susdrain.org/resources/best.html (18/02/16) 

65. Technical guide. Digman, C.J., Horton, B., Ashley, R.M. and Gill, E (2015) BeST (Benefits of SuDS tool). W045c BeST Technical Guidance. Release Version 1. CIRIA, London UK. 

66. Excel spreadsheet. W045a BeST Evaluation Tool - Excel Spreadsheet 

67. User guide. Digman, C.J., Horton, B., Ashley, R.M. and Gill, E (2015) BeST (Benefits of SuDS tool). W045d BeST User Manual. Release Version 1. CIRIA, London UK. 

68. Case study . CIRIA (2015) BeST Case Study - Reducing Combined Sewer Overflow Spills in Roundhay. CIRIA, London UK. 

69. Case study . CIRIA (2015) BeST Case Study - Glasgow City Centre Surface Water Management Plan. CIRIA, London UK. 

70. Website. ARIES (2017) Artificial Intelligence for Ecosystem Services. [www] Accessible at: http://aries.integratedmodelling.org/ (30/3/17) 

 


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71. Journal article. Sharps, Katrina, Dario Masante, Amy Thomas, Bethanna Jackson, John Redhead, Linda May, Havard Prosser, Bernard Cosby, Bridget Emmett and Laurence Jones (2017). Science of the Total Environment. Comparing strengths and weaknesses of three ecosystem services modelling tools in a diverse UK river catchment. Doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.12.160. Accessible at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048969716328492 (2/5/17)

72. Journal article. Villa, F., Bagstad, K.J., Voigt, B., Johnson G.W., Portela, R., Honzak, M. & Batker, D (2014) A methodology for adaptable and robust ecosystem services assessment. PLoS ONE 9(3):e91001.  

73. Journal article. Bagstad, K.J., Semmens, D.J., Waage, S. & Winthrop, R. (2013) A comparative assessment of decision-support tools for ecosystem services quantification and valuation. Ecosystem Services. 5: 27-39 

74. Journal article. Bagstad, K.J., Villa, F., Batker, D., Harrison-Cox, J., Voigt, B. & Johnson, G.W (2014) From theoretical to actual ecosystem services: mapping beneficiaries and spatial flows in ecosystem service assessments. Ecology and Society. 19(2): 64.

75. Website. LUCI (2015) LUCI Land Utilisation and Capability Indicator. [www] Accessible at: http://www.lucitools.org/ (29/02/16) 

76. Website. Ecosystems Knowledge Network (2016) National Ecosystem Approach Toolkit (NEAT): LUCI Mapping Tool. [www] Accessible at: http://neat.ecosystemsknowledge.net/LUCI-mapping-tool.html

77. Journal article. Jackson, B., Pagella, T., Sinclair, F., Orellana, B., Henshaw, A., McIntyre, N., Reynolds, B., Wheater, H. & Eycott, A (2013) Polyscape: a GIS mapping toolbox providing efficient and spatially explicit landscape-scale valuation of multiple ecosystem services. Urban and Landscape Planning. 112: 74-88. 

78. Journal article. Eycott, A.E., Watts, K., Moseley, D.G. & Ray, D (2007) Evaluating biodiversity in fragmented landscapes: The use of focal species. Forestry Commission Information Note no. 89. Edinburgh: Forestry Commission. 

79. Conference presentation. Thorne, C.R., Zevenbergen, L.W., Grissenger, E.H. & Murphey, J.B (1986) Ephemeral gullies as sources of sediment. In Proceedings of the fourth federal inter-agency sedimentation conference. (pp. 3.152–3.161).

80. Report/ Case study. Emmett B.E. & the GMEP team (2014) Glastir Monitoring & Evaluation Programme.  First Year Annual Report to Welsh Government (Contract reference: C147/2010/11). NERC/Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH Project: NEC04780), pp. 442

 


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81. Website. University of Wellington (2014) Ecosystem Service Modelling. Accessible at: http://www.victoria.ac.nz/sgees/research/research-groups/enviro-modellin...

82. Presentation. Jackson, B., Emmett, B. & Cooper, T. (2013) Introduction to the LUCI model: An ecosystem service modelling framework and GIS decision support tool. Presentation. 

83. Presentation. Jones, L., Emmett, B., Cosby, J. & Jackson, B. (2014) Location, configuration, distribution: the role of landscape pattern in ecosystem services. Presentation by Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Sustainability (BESS).

84 Information note. How Ecoservices works v.3.Documentation provide by Angus Middleton

85. Information note. Landmark (2015) Landmark Ecosystem Services Platform. Documentation provided by Angus Middleton.

86. Pers comm. Willcock. S. (2016) Ecosystem Service Research Fellow at Southampton University. Information obtained through personal communication.

87. Website. Natural Capital Project (2016) Our Software: RIOS. [www] Accessible at: http://www.naturalcapitalproject.org/software/ (07/03/16) 

88. Website. Valuing Nature (2015) Angus Middleton Ecoservices Platform. [www] Available at: http://valuing-nature.net/offer/angus-middleton-0 (07/03/16)

89. Website. Scimap (2015) SCIMAP - Diffuse Pollution Risk Mapping: A framework for modelling and mapping diffuse pollution risk across landscapes. [www] Accessible at: http://www.scimap.org.uk/ (07/03/16).

90. Article. Davies, H., Frandsen, M., Inwood, H. & Wharton, A. (2015) How Participatory GIS Can Help Integrate People’s Cultural Values into Landscape Planning. Article in CIEEM 'inpractice' newsletter. Issue 90, pp. 27-31.

 


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91. Journal article. Brown, G. & Kyttä, M. (2014) Key issues and research priorities for public participation GIS (PPGIS): a synthesis based on empirical research. Applied Geography. 46: 122–136 

92. Journal article. Brown, G. & Fagerholm, N. (2015) Empirical PPGIS/PGIS mapping of ecosystem services: A review and evaluation. Ecosystem Services. 13: 119-133.

93. Pers comm. Middleton, A. (2016) Tool developer. Information obtained through personal communication.

94. Website. Policy Support Systems (no date) Co$ting Nature. [www] Accessible at: http://www.policysupport.org/costingnature (04/04/17)

95. Website (report). InfoAmazonia (no date) Co$ting Nature - The end of the Amazon Forest has a date: 2260. Report online [www]. Accessible at: http://costingnature.infoamazonia.org/en/ (04/04/17) 

96. Website. Policy Support Systems (no date) Co$ting Nature Example Applications. [www] Accessible at: http://www.policysupport.org/costingnature/example-applications (04/04/17)

97. Presentation. Farpón, Y.S (no date) Application of InVEST and Co$ting Nature to map ecosystem service benefits of forest protection. Presentation for MSc Thesis. 

98. User Guide. Mulligan, M. (2016) User guide for the Co$ting Nature Policy Support System version 2. Accessible at: https://goo.gl/Grpbnb (04/04/17) 

99. Document. Co$ting Nature (2016) Version 2 modules model documentation. Accessible at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19jje32EeuiBZk_ibRkwT4sAObYsbdiVxp6Vh... (04/04/17) 

100. Journal article. Mulligan, M.,Fisher, M., Xu, Z.X., Ringler, C., Mah, G., Jarvis, A., Ramrez, J., Clanet, J.C., Ogilvie, A., Sharma, B. & Mobin-ud-Din A (2011) The nature and impact of climate change in the Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF) basins. Water International. DOI: 10.1080/02508060.2011.543408

 


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101. 101. Online map. Mulligan, M. (2009) Global mean dry matter productivity based on SPOT VGT (1998–2008). Accessible at: http://geodata.policysupport.org/home/globalmeandrymatterproductivity

102. Article. Saatchi, S., Harris, N.L., Brown, S., Lefsky, M., Mitchard, E.T., Salas, W., Zutta, B.R., Buermann, W., Lewis, S.L., Hagen, S., Petrova, S., White, L., Silman, M. & Morel, A. (2011) Benchmark map of forest carbon stocks in tropical regions across three continents. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 108: 9899904. 

103. Article. Ruesch, A. & Gibbs, H.K. (2008) New IPCC Tier1 Global Biomass Carbon Map For the Year 2000. Available online from the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center http://cdiac.ornl.gov Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge Tennessee. 

104. Dataset. Scharlemann, J.P.W., Hiederer, R. & Kapos, V. (2012) Global map of terrestrial soil organic carbon stocks. A 1km dataset derived from the Harmonized World Soil Database. UNEPWCMC & EUJRC, Cambridge, UK. 

105. Journal article. Barthlott, W., V. SchmitNeuerburg, J. Nieder, & S. Engwald (2001) Diversity and abundance of vascular epiphytes: a comparison of secondary vegetation and primary montane rain forest in the Venezuelan Andes. Plant Ecology. 152: 145–156

106. Report. Uchida, H. & Nelson, A. (2009) Agglomeration Index: Towards a New Measure of Urban Concentration. Background paper for the World Bank’s World Development Report.

107. Website. Co$ting Nature (2016) Biodiversity Strategy and Conservation for the UK. [www]. Accessible at: http://www.policysupport.org/costingnature/example-applications/biodiver... (11/03/16) 

108. Pers comm. Parker, N. (2016) SENCE tool developer. Information obtained through personal communication.

109. Website. GMEP Portal (Glastir Monitoring and Evaluation Programme) https://gmep.wales/resources

110. Website. SENCE. Accessible at: http://www.envsys.co.uk/sence/ (06/04/17)


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111. Report. Medcalf, Bell, Cameron and Pike, on behalf of the Department of Environment, Government of Anguilla (2014) Anguilla habitat mapping using earth obsevation: Phase 2. Draft Final report. Accessible at: https://www.envsys.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Anguilla_Phase-2_Fin... (06/04/17)

112. Website. West of England Nature Partnership. Accessible at: http://www.wenp.org.uk/maps/ (06/04/17)

113. Report. Environment Systems and West of England Nature Partnership (2016). Ecosystem Services: Understanding nature’s value in the West of England. End of project report and full technical specification. Accessible at: http://www.wenp.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/State-of-Environment-t... (06/04/17)

114. Report. West of England Nature Partnership (2016). Ecosystem Services: Understanding nature’s value in the West of England. Accessible at: http://www.wenp.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/60724-WENP-Report-LOW-... (06/04/17)

115. Website. BigBEE project: UK Government (2015) Harvested Gemini Metadata.  https://data.gov.uk/harvest/gemini-object/e9363b9e-dc99-4761-973a-69aeed... (29/01/16)

116. News item. Comparing strengths and weaknesses of three ecosystem services modelling tools in a diverse UK river catchment. Accessible at http://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/blogs/comparing-three-ecosystem-serv... (2/5/17)