Threlfall, C. G., Marzinelli, E. M., Ossola, A., Bugnot, A. B., Bishop, M. J., Lowe, E. C., ... & Dafforn, K. A. (2021). Toward cross‐realm management of coastal urban ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 19(4), 225-233.
Figure 1. An example of the interconnection between terrestrial (T), marine (M), and freshwater (FW) realms in coastal cities. Land management and built infrastructure in one realm can have within- and cross-realm effects due to inter-realm connectivity.
Taylor, Lucy & Soanes, Kylie & Ramalho, Cristina & Maller, Cecily & Parris, Kirsten & Threlfall, Caragh. (2020). Urban biodiversity conservation: Lessons from environmental managers in Australian cities.
Some of the lessons shared by urban environmental managers in an example of a new conservation project: restoring a degraded urban patch into a biodiversity-friendly urban wetland. Although represented as a linear process, projects should seek opportunities for feedback, consultation and revision throughout as necessary.
John, A., Skelton, R. P., Xu, K., Xu, A., & Cantillo, J. (2019, October). New, open-source miniature external sap flow gauges for capturing plant water use. In XI International Workshop on Sap Flow 1300 (pp. 47-54).
Diagram of miniature external sap flow gauge