Julie Urquhart
Julie Urquhart
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei imperial.ac.uk
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Setting an agenda for social science research in fisheries policy in Northern Europe
J Urquhart, T Acott, M Reed, P Courtney
Fisheries Research, 240-247, 2011
832011
Seeing the owner behind the trees: a typology of small-scale private woodland owners in England
J Urquhart, P Courtney
Forest Policy and Economics 13 (7), 535-544, 2011
622011
A Sense of Place in Cultural Ecosystem Services: The Case of Cornish Fishing Communities
J Urquhart, T Acott
Society and Natural Resources, 0
57*
Beyond fish as commodities: Understanding the socio-cultural role of inshore fisheries in England
M Reed, P Courtney, J Urquhart, N Ross
Marine Policy, 2013
482013
Constructing ‘The Stade’: Fishers' and non-fishers' identity and place attachment in Hastings, south-east England
J Urquhart, T Acott
Marine Policy, 2013
482013
Private woodland owners' perspectives on multifunctionality in English woodlands
J Urquhart, P Courtney, B Slee
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (1), 12, 2012
472012
Private ownership and public good provision in English woodlands
J Urquhart, P Courtney, B Slee
Small-scale Forestry 9 (1), 1-20, 2010
352010
Introduction: Social and cultural impacts of marine fisheries
J Urquhart, T Acott, M Zhao
Marine Policy, 2013
322013
Social Issues in Sustainable Fisheries Management
J Urquhart, TG Acott, D Symes, M Zhao
Springer, 2014
29*2014
The social amplification of risk on Twitter: The case of ash dieback disease in the United Kingdom
J Fellenor, J Barnett, C Potter, J Urquhart, JD Mumford, CP Quine
Journal of Risk Research 21 (10), 1163-1183, 2018
282018
Tree disease and pest epidemics in the Anthropocene: A review of the drivers, impacts and policy responses in the UK
C Potter, J Urquhart
Forest Policy and Economics 79, 61-68, 2017
242017
Sense of place and socio-cultural values in fishing communities along the English Channel
TG Acott, J Urquhart
Social issues in sustainable fisheries management, 257-277, 2014
242014
Social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries
DS Johnson, TG Acott, N Stacey, J Urquhart
Springer International Publishing, 2018
172018
The role of the social sciences and economics in understanding and informing tree biosecurity policy and planning: a global summary and synthesis
M Marzano, W Allen, RG Haight, TP Holmes, ECH Keskitalo, ERL Langer, ...
Biological invasions 19 (11), 3317-3332, 2017
172017
Awareness, concern and willingness to adopt biosecure behaviours: public perceptions of invasive tree pests and pathogens in the UK
J Urquhart, C Potter, J Barnett, J Fellenor, J Mumford, CP Quine, H Bayliss
Biological Invasions 19 (9), 2567-2582, 2017
132017
Expert risk perceptions and the social amplification of risk: A case study in invasive tree pests and diseases
J Urquhart, C Potter, J Barnett, J Fellenor, J Mumford, CP Quine
Environmental science & policy 77, 172-178, 2017
122017
Re-connecting and embedding food in place: Rural development and inshore fisheries in Cornwall, UK
J Urquhart, TG Acott
Journal of rural studies 32, 357-364, 2013
122013
Marine fisheries and sense of place in coastal communities of the English Channel/La Manche. Final report prepared as part of the INTERREG 4a CHARM III project. Chatham, UK …
T Acott, J Urquhart
Final report prepared as part of the INTERREG 4a C, 2012
12*2012
A framework to assess the resilience of farming systems
MPM Meuwissen, PH Feindt, A Spiegel, CJAM Termeer, E Mathijs, ...
Agricultural Systems 176, 102656, 2019
102019
Landowner attitudes to woodland creation and management in the UK
A Lawrence, N Dandy, J Urquhart
Forest Research, Alice Holt, Farnham, pdf, 2010
102010
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