Maria Giovanna Palmieri
Maria Giovanna Palmieri
Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, University of East Anglia
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Social acceptability of marine aquaculture: The use of survey-based methods for eliciting public and stakeholder preferences
D Whitmarsh, MG Palmieri
Marine Policy 33 (3), 452-457, 2009
Consumer behaviour and environmental preferences: A case study of Scottish salmon aquaculture
D Whitmarsh, MG Palmieri
Aquaculture Research 42 (s1), 142-147, 2011
Jellyfish blooms in the Northern Adriatic Sea: Fishermen's perceptions and economic impacts on fisheries
MG Palmieri, A Barausse, T Luisetti, K Turner
Fisheries Research 155, 51-58, 2014
Integrating drivers influencing the detection of plant pests carried in the international cut flower trade
FJ Areal, J Touza, A MacLeod, K Dehnen-Schmutz, C Perrings, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 89 (4), 300-307, 2008
Assessment of marine ecosystem services indicators: Experiences and lessons learned from 14 European case studies
AI Lillebø, F Somma, K Norén, J Gonçalves, MF Alves, E Ballarini, ...
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 2016
Steps toward a shared governance response for achieving Good Environmental Status in the Mediterranean Sea
S Cinnirella, R Sardà, JLS de Vivero, R Brennan, A Barausse, J Icely, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 47, 2014
UK National Ecosystem Assessment Follow-on. Work Package Report 4: Coastal and Marine Ecosystem Services: Principles and Practice
K Turner, M Schaafsma, M Elliott, D Burdon, J Atkins, T Jickells, P Tett, ...
Report for the UK National Ecosystem Assessment Follow-on, 2014
Aquaculture in the coastal zone: Pressures, interactions and externalities
D Whitmarsh, MG Palmieri
Aquaculture in the Ecosystem, 251-269, 2008
Lessons from the construction of a climate change adaptation plan: A Broads wetland case study
RK Turner, MG Palmieri, T Luisetti
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 2016
Jellyfish blooms and their impacts on welfare benefits: Recreation in the UK and fisheries in Italy
MG Palmieri, M Schaafsma, T Luisetti, A Barausse, A Harwood, A Sen, ...
Coastal Zones Ecosystem Services, 219-240, 2015
Why value ‘Blue Carbon’?
T Luisetti, RK Turner, J Andrews, E Jackson, MG Palmieri, A Sen, ...
Coastal Zones Ecosystem Services, 191-206, 2015
Kenyan cut flowers as a pathway for the introduction of plant pests to the UK
MG Palmieri, K Dehnen-Schmutz, JM Touza Montero, C Perrings
BCPC Symposium Proceedings No. 81: Plant Protection and Plant Health in …, 2005
The shelf life of Blue Carbon; quantifying and valuing North Sea coastal and shelf sea carbon stores.
TD Jickells, DCE Bakker, J Andrews, M Diesing, M Johnson, S Krӧger, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016, B12A-02, 2016
Gelatinous macrozooplankton’s blooms and their welfare impacts in the Mediterranean region
MG Palmieri, T Luisetti, A Barausse, K Turner
40th CIESM Congress Proceedings, 2013
Public preferences and aquaculture site selection: A survey of attitudes to salmon farming in Scotland
MG Palmieri, D Whitmarsh
Proceedings of the 13th Biennial Conference of the International Institute …, 2006
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