|Green Revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa: Implications of Imposed Innovation for the Wellbeing of Rural Smallholders|
N DAWSON, A MARTIN, T SIKOR
World Development 78, 204-218, 2016
|Justice and conservation: the need to incorporate recognition|
A Martin, B Coolsaet, E Corbera, NM Dawson, JA Fraser, I Lehmann, ...
Biological Conservation 197, 254-261, 2016
|Assessing the contribution of ecosystem services to human wellbeing: a disaggregated study in western Rwanda|
N Dawson, A Martin
Ecological Economics 117, 62-72, 2015
|Social-ecological outcomes of agricultural intensification|
LV Rasmussen, B Coolsaet, A Martin, O Mertz, U Pascual, E Corbera, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (6), 275-282, 2018
|Assessing equity in protected area governance: approaches to promote just and effective conservation|
N Dawson, A Martin, F Danielsen
Conservation Letters 11 (2), e12388, 2018
|Wild food collection and nutrition under commercial agriculture expansion in agriculture-forest landscapes|
RB Broegaard, LV Rasmussen, N Dawson, O Mertz, T Vongvisouk, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 84, 92-101, 2017
|Environmental justice research shows the importance of social feedbacks in ecosystem service trade-offs|
NM Dawson, K Grogan, A Martin, O Mertz, M Pasgaard, LV Rasmussen
Ecology and Society 22 (3), 2017
|A combination of methods needed to assess the actual use of provisioning ecosystem services|
LV Rasmussen, O Mertz, AE Christensen, F Danielsen, N Dawson, ...
Ecosystem Services 17, 75-86, 2016
|From food to pest: conversion factors determine switches between ecosystem services and disservices|
LV Rasmussen, AE Christensen, F Danielsen, N Dawson, A Martin, ...
Ambio 46 (2), 173-183, 2017
|3. The Historical, Environmental and Socio-economic Context of Forests and Tree-based Systems for Food Security and Nutrition|
B Powell, C Sandbrook, T Sunderland, TN Tu
Forests and Food, 73, 2015
|Bringing context to poverty in rural Rwanda: added value and challenges of mixed methods approaches|
Mixed Methods Research in Poverty and Vulnerability, 61-86, 2015
|Social and economic considerations relevant to REDD+.|
BBN Strassburg, B Vira, S Mahanty, S Mansourian, A Martin, NM Dawson, ...
IUFRO World Series 31, 83-112, 2012
|Interactions with Great Skuas Stercorarius skua as a factor in the long‐term decline of an Arctic Skua Stercorarius parasiticus population|
NM Dawson, CD Macleod, M Smith, N Ratcliffe
Ibis 153 (1), 143-153, 2011
|Barriers to equity in REDD+: Deficiencies in national interpretation processes constrain adaptation to context|
NM Dawson, M Mason, DM Mwayafu, H Dhungana, P Satyal, JA Fisher, ...
Environmental science & policy 88, 1-9, 2018
|The research and practice of integrating conservation and development: Self-reflections by researchers on methodologies, objectives and influence|
M Pasgaard, N Dawson, LV Rasmussen, M Enghoff, A Jensen
Global Ecology and Conservation 9, 50-60, 2017
|Representation and participation in formulating Nepal’s REDD+ approach|
P Satyal, E Corbera, N Dawson, H Dhungana, G Maskey
Climate Policy 19 (sup1), S8-S22, 2019
|The park is ruining our livelihoods. We support the park! Unravelling the paradox of attitudes to protected areas|
A Martin, R Myers, NM Dawson
Human Ecology 46 (1), 93-105, 2018
|Justice and equity: emerging research and policy approaches to address ecosystem service trade-offs|
N Dawson, B Coolsaet, A Martin
Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation (OPEN ACCESS), 22-38, 2018
|The Rwandan agrarian and land sector modernisation: confronting macro performance with lived experiences on the ground|
A Ansoms, G Cioffo, N Dawson, S Desiere, C Huggins, M Leegwater, ...
Review of African Political Economy, 2018
|Social impacts of protected areas: Exploring evidence of trade-offs and synergies|
E Woodhouse, C Bedelian, N Dawson, P Barnes
Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation, 222-240, 2018