Suzie Greenhlagh
Suzie Greenhlagh
Portfolio Leader, Landcare Research
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Eutrophication and hypoxia in coastal areas: a global assessment of the state of knowledge
M Selman, S Greenhalgh, R Diaz, Z Sugg
World Resources Institute 284, 1-6, 2008
Water quality trading programs: An international overview
M Selman, E Branosky, C Jones
WRI: World Resources Institute, 2009
Coastal capital: economic valuation of coral reefs in Tobago and St. Lucia.
L Burke, S Greenhalgh, D Prager, E Cooper
Coastal capital: economic valuation of coral reefs in Tobago and St. Lucia., 2008
The Use of Life Cycle Assessment in the Support of Robust (Climate) Policy Making: Comment on" Using Attributional Life Cycle Assessment to Estimate Climate-Change Mitigation..."
M Brandão, R Clift, A Cowie, S Greenhalgh
Journal of Industrial Ecology 18 (3), 461-463, 2014
Eutrophication: sources and drivers of nutrient pollution.
M Selman, S Greenhalgh
Renewable Resources Journal 26 (4), 19-26, 2010
Are ecosystem service studies presenting the right information for decision making?
WCC Wright, FV Eppink, S Greenhalgh
Ecosystem Services 25, 128-139, 2017
Comparing water quality trading programs: what lessons are there to learn?
S Greenhalgh, M Selman
Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy 42 (2), 104-125, 2012
Awakening the dead zone: an investment for agriculture, water quality, and climate change.
S Greenhalgh, A Sauer
Awakening the dead zone: an investment for agriculture, water quality, and …, 2003
An indigenous community-based monitoring system for assessing forest health in New Zealand
POB Lyver, P Timoti, CJ Jones, SJ Richardson, BL Tahi, S Greenhalgh
Biodiversity and conservation 26, 3183-3212, 2017
Key Māori values strengthen the mapping of forest ecosystem services
POB Lyver, P Timoti, AM Gormley, CJ Jones, SJ Richardson, BL Tahi, ...
Ecosystem services 27, 92-102, 2017
Factors influencing successful collaboration for freshwater management in Aotearoa, New Zealand
NA Cradock-Henry, S Greenhalgh, P Brown, J Sinner
Ecology and society 22 (2), 2017
Attitudes of a farming community towards urban growth and rural fragmentation—An Auckland case study
F Curran-Cournane, T Cain, S Greenhalgh, O Samarsinghe
Land Use Policy 58, 241-250, 2016
Comprehensive evaluation of the climate-change implications of shifting land use between forest and grassland: New Zealand as a case study
MUF Kirschbaum, S Saggar, KR Tate, DL Giltrap, AGE Ausseil, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 150, 123-138, 2012
Mainstreaming ecosystem services into policy and decision-making: lessons from New Zealand’s journey
S Greenhalgh, G Hart
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2015
Eutrophication: Policies, Action, and Strategies to Address Nutrient Pollution
M Selman, S Greenhalgh
WRI: World Resources Institute, 2009
Eutrophication: an overview of status, trends, policies, and strategies
M Selman, S Greenhalgh
World Resources Institute, 15, 2007
Financial incentives for large-scale wetland restoration: Beyond markets to common asset trusts
AD Canning, D Jarvis, R Costanza, S Hasan, JCR Smart, J Finisdore, ...
One Earth 4 (7), 937-950, 2021
Coastal capital–economic valuation of coral reefs in Tobago and St
L Burke, S Greenhalgh, D Prager, E Cooper
Lucia. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, 2008
Using ecosystem services to underpin cost–benefit analysis: Is it a way to protect finite soil resources?
S Greenhalgh, O Samarasinghe, F Curran-Cournane, W Wright, P Brown
Ecosystem services 27, 1-14, 2017
Regenerative agriculture in Aotearoa New Zealand-research pathways to build science-based evidence and national narratives.
G Grelet, S Lang, C Merfield, N Calhoun, M Robson-Williams, A Horrocks, ...
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