Nelson Grima
Nelson Grima
Researcher at University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, USA
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Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) in Latin America: Analysing the performance of 40 case studies
N Grima, SJ Singh, B Smetschka, L Ringhofer
Ecosystem services 17, 24-32, 2016
1822016
The Political Dimensions of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Cascade or Stairway?
D Hausknost, N Grima, SJ Singh
Ecological Economics 131, 109-118, 2017
422017
Farmer Cooperation as a Means for Creating Local Food Systems - Potentials and Challenges
J Lutz, B Smetschka, N Grima
Sustainability 9 (925), 2017
262017
Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) in Latin America: analysing the performance of 40 case studies. Ecosyst. Serv. 17, 24–32
N Grima, SJ Singh, B Smetschka, L Ringhofer
192016
Improving payments for ecosystem services (PES) outcomes through the use of Multi-Criteria Evaluation (MCE) and the software OPTamos
N Grima, SJ Singh, B Smetschka
Ecosystem services 29, 47-55, 2018
152018
How the end of armed conflicts influence forest cover and subsequently ecosystem services provision? An analysis of four case studies in biodiversity hotspots
N Grima, SJ Singh
Land Use Policy 81, 267-275, 2019
122019
Decision making in a complex world: Using OPTamos in a multi-criteria process for land management in the Cuitzmala watershed in Mexico
N Grima, SJ Singh, B Smetschka
Land Use Policy 67, 73-85, 2017
102017
Social multi-criteria evaluation (SMCE) in theory and practice: Introducing the software OPTamos
SJ Singh, B Smetschka, N Grima, L Ringhofer, P Petridis, K Biely
Soc. Ecol. Work. Pap 160, 1-91, 2016
52016
Who benefits from ecosystem services? Analysing recreational moose hunting in Vermont, USA
N Grima, B Fisher, TH Ricketts, LJ Sonter
Oryx 53 (4), 707-715, 2019
32019
The self-(in) sufficiency of the Caribbean: Ecosystem services potential Index (ESPI) as a measure for sustainability
N Grima, SJ Singh
Ecosystem Services 42, 101087, 2020
22020
A farewell to glaciers: Ecosystem services loss in the Spanish Pyrenees
N Grima, N Campos
Journal of environmental management 269, 110789, 2020
12020
Are wolves welcome? Hunters' attitudes towards wolves in Vermont, USA
N Grima, J Brainard, B Fisher
Oryx, 1-6, 2019
12019
Mainstreaming biodiversity in development practice: can the concept of PES deliver?
N Grima, L Ringhofer, SJ Singh, B Smetschka, C Lauk
Progress in Development Studies 17 (4), 267-281, 2017
12017
The importance of urban natural areas and urban ecosystem services during the COVID-19 pandemic
N Grima, W Corcoran, C Hill-James, B Langton, H Sommer, B Fisher
Plos one 15 (12), e0243344, 2020
2020
Landslides in the Andes: Forests can provide cost-effective landslide regulation services
N Grima, D Edwards, F Edwards, D Petley, B Fisher
Science of the total environment 745, 141128, 2020
2020
Invasive vertebrate eradications on islands as a tool for implementing global Sustainable Development Goals
LA de Wit, KM Zilliacus, P Quadri, D Will, N Grima, D Spatz, N Holmes, ...
Environmental Conservation 47 (3), 139-148, 2020
2020
Unraveling the retreat of the Aneto Glacier (Pyrenees, Spain) since the Little Ice Age
N Campos, J Alcalá, CS Watson, N Grima, I Kougkoulos, A Quesada
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 1027, 2020
2020
Il flusso dei servizi ecosistemici nei processi negoziali del planning
E Gomez-Baggethun, DN Barton, N Grima, SJ Singh, B Smetschka, ...
urbanistica 278, 63, 0
Meeting Stakeholder knowledge needs for managing land to deliver multiple benefits from tropical forest landscapes
C Varela-Ortega, I Blanco, UPM Spain, SJ Singh, N Grima, B Smetschka, ...
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