Mollie Chapman
Mollie Chapman
Post Doc, University of Zurich
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Opinion: Why protect nature? Rethinking values and the environment
KMA Chan, P Balvanera, K Benessaiah, M Chapman, S Díaz, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 113 (6), 1462-1465, 2016
Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability
KMA Chan, E Anderson, M Chapman, K Jespersen, P Olmsted
Ecological Economics 140, 110-122, 2017
Identifying culturally significant areas for marine spatial planning
K Gee, A Kannen, R Adlam, C Brooks, M Chapman, R Cormier, C Fischer, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 136, 139-147, 2017
When value conflicts are barriers: Can relational values help explain farmer participation in conservation incentive programs?
M Chapman, T Satterfield, KMA Chan
Land Use Policy 82, 464-475, 2019
A payment by any other name: Is Costa Rica’s PES a payment for services or a support for stewards?
M Chapman, T Satterfield, H Wittman, KMA Chan
World Development 129, 104900, 2020
Applying conservation social science to study the human dimensions of Neotropical bird conservation
AA Dayer, EA Silva-Rodríguez, S Albert, M Chapman, B Zukowski, ...
The Condor 122 (3), duaa021, 2020
5 key challenges and solutions for governing complex adaptive (food) systems
M Chapman, S Klassen, M Kreitzman, A Semmelink, K Sharp, G Singh, ...
Sustainability 9 (9), 1594, 2017
Creating leadership collectives for sustainability transformations
O Care, MJ Bernstein, M Chapman, I Diaz Reviriego, G Dressler, ...
Sustainability science 16 (2), 703-708, 2021
Understanding the context of multifaceted collaborations for social-ecological sustainability: a methodology for cross-case analysis
J Cockburn, M Schoon, G Cundill, C Robinson, JA Aburto, SM Alexander, ...
Ecology and Society 25, 2020
Unpacking social-ecological transformations: Conceptual, ethical and methodological insights
SH Shah, L Rodina, JM Burt, EJ Gregr, M Chapman, S Williams, ...
The Anthropocene Review 5 (3), 250-265, 2018
How value conflicts infected the science of riparian restoration for endangered salmon habitat in America's Pacific Northwest: Lessons for the application of conservation …
M Chapman, T Satterfield, KMA Chan
Biological Conservation 244, 108508, 2020
Sustainability beyond city limits: can “greener” beef lighten a city’s Ecological Footprint?
Mollie Chapman, Alicia LaValle, George Furey, Kai M.A. Chan
Sustainability Science, 1-14, 2017
Farmer-centered ecological intensification: Using innovation characteristics to identify barriers and opportunities for a transition of agroecosystems towards sustainability
M Kernecker, V Seufert, M Chapman
Agricultural Systems 191, 103142, 2021
Once upon a time in Volcán, Costa Rica: integrating values into watershed management and poverty alleviation
M Chapman
Review of Policy Research 22 (6), 859-880, 2005
Eco-xenophobia among rural populations: The Great-tailed Grackle as a contested species in Guanacaste, Costa Rica
D Dinat, A Echeverri, M Chapman, DS Karp, T Satterfield
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 24 (4), 332-348, 2019
Agri-'culture'and biodiversity: rethinking payments for ecosystem services in light of relational values
MA Chapman
University of British Columbia, 2017
On the frontiers of collaboration and conflict: how context influences the success of collaboration
M Schoon, M Chapman, J Loos, C Ifejika Speranza, C Carr Kelman, ...
Ecosystems and people 17 (1), 383-399, 2021
The ABCs of relational values: Environmental values that include aspects of both intrinsic and instrumental valuing
A Deplazes-Zemp, M Chapman
Environmental Values 30 (6), 669-693, 2021
The role of culture in land system science
Y le Polain de Waroux, RD Garrett, M Chapman, C Friis, J Hoelle, L Hodel, ...
Journal of Land Use Science 16 (4), 450-466, 2021
The values of place: recreation and cultural ecosystem services in Puget Sound
K Chan, M Chapman, C Chen, N Enelow, T Hesselgrave, S Klain
eopugetsound. org. Vancouver, BC, 2015
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