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Assessment of heavy metals pollution in soft sediment of the Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel system (2021)
Journal Article
Udoekpo, S. N., & Everard, M. (2021). Assessment of heavy metals pollution in soft sediment of the Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel system. British Journal of Environmental Sciences, 9(2), 1-30

For several decades, the Severn Estuary and Bristol Channel have been contaminated by heavy metals despite the many ecosystem services it provides. Therefore, this paper is devoted to the systematic assessment of heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Ni, Zn and Pb)... Read More about Assessment of heavy metals pollution in soft sediment of the Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel system.

Assessing the societal benefits of mahseer (Torspp.) fishes to strengthen the basis for their conservation (2021)
Journal Article
Everard, M., Pinder, A., Claussen, J., & Orr, S. (in press). Assessing the societal benefits of mahseer (Torspp.) fishes to strengthen the basis for their conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.3683

Mahseer (Torspp., Cyprinidae) are iconic, large-bodied, migratory freshwater fishes of Asian rivers. Long valued as a food source and serving other societal roles, these fishes are severely threatened by a broad range of interacting and escalating hu... Read More about Assessing the societal benefits of mahseer (Torspp.) fishes to strengthen the basis for their conservation.

Atmospheric ammonia and nitrogen deposition on Irish Natura 2000 sites: Implications for Irish agriculture (2021)
Journal Article
Kelleghan, D., Hayes, E., Everard, M., Keating, P., Lesniak-Podsiadlo, A., & Curran, T. (2021). Atmospheric ammonia and nitrogen deposition on Irish Natura 2000 sites: Implications for Irish agriculture. Atmospheric Environment, 261, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2021.118611

With growing global demand for food, the agriculture sector worldwide is under pressure to intensify and expand, risking acceleration of existing negative biodiversity impacts. Agriculture is the dominant source of ammonia (NH3) emissions, which can... Read More about Atmospheric ammonia and nitrogen deposition on Irish Natura 2000 sites: Implications for Irish agriculture.

Wetlands, nutrient neutrality and the failure of market economics (2021)
Journal Article
McInnes, R., & Everard, M. (in press). Wetlands, nutrient neutrality and the failure of market economics. The Environment, July/August 2021, 11-13

As markets seek to reconceptualise wetlands, do we risk losing a glorious opportunity to stem their degradation and loss? Robert McInnes and Mark Everard report

Evaluation of the ecosystem services provided by the Kailadevi wildlife sanctuary, Rajasthan, India (2021)
Journal Article
Rasal, V., Everard, M., Khandal, D., Chandrawal, K., & Sahu, Y. K. (2021). Evaluation of the ecosystem services provided by the Kailadevi wildlife sanctuary, Rajasthan, India. PARKS - The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation, 27(1), 13-24. https://doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.CH.2021.PARKS-27-1VRMH.en

Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary (KWLS), in Rajasthan (India), lost its Tiger (Panthera tigris) population in 2000, though since 2019 Tigers have over-spilled from the adjacent Ranthambhore National Park (RNP). Though protected, the forests of KWLS are d... Read More about Evaluation of the ecosystem services provided by the Kailadevi wildlife sanctuary, Rajasthan, India.

Evaluation of the ecosystem services provided by the Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan, India (2021)
Journal Article
Rasal, V., Everard, M., Khandal, D., Chandrawal, K., & Sahu, Y. K. (2021). Evaluation of the ecosystem services provided by the Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan, India. PARKS - The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation, 27, 13-24. https://doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.CH.2021.PARKS-27-1VRMH.en

Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary (KWLS), in Rajasthan (India), lost its tiger population in 2000, though since 2019 tigers have over-spilled from the adjacent Ranthambhore National Park (RNP). Though protected, the forests of KWLS are depleted through e... Read More about Evaluation of the ecosystem services provided by the Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan, India.

Ruffe: The spiky little freshwater ruffian (2021)
Book
Everard, M. (2021). Ruffe: The spiky little freshwater ruffian. Great Somerford: Redfin Press

This books overviews the biology of the ruffe (a small Eurasian freshwater fish), aspects of it invasion of freshwaters in other regions, angling and cultural associations.

Case study: The coastal based approach (2021)
Journal Article
Bradshaw, N., Earll, B., Barham, P., Prior, A., & Everard, M. (2021). Case study: The coastal based approach. Environmental Scientist, 30(1), 84-89

The coastal based approach: Natasha Bradshaw, Bob Earll, Peter Barham, Amy Pryor and Mark Everard analyse a way of enabling systematic collaboration and integrated delivery of environmental outcomes in the coastal zones.

Livelihood security enhancement though innovative water management in dryland India (2021)
Journal Article
Everard, M., & West, H. (2021). Livelihood security enhancement though innovative water management in dryland India. Water International, 46(1), 59-82. https://doi.org/10.1080/02508060.2021.1874780

Locally nuanced community-based shallow groundwater management interventions have proven important in saline and sodic monsoonal regions. A mixed methods approach characterizes achievement of regeneration of the formerly degraded socio-ecological sys... Read More about Livelihood security enhancement though innovative water management in dryland India.

Gudgeon: The Angler’s Favourite Tiddler (2021)
Book
Everard, M. (2021). Gudgeon: The Angler’s Favourite Tiddler. Great Somerford, Wiltshire, UK: Redfin Press

This book outlines the biology, angling virtues and the cultural context of the gudgeon, Gobio gobio, a small fish of Eurasia

Predicting atmospheric ammonia dispersion and potential ecological effects using monitored emission rates from an intensive laying hen facility in Ireland (2021)
Journal Article
Kelleghan, D. B., Hayes, E. T., Everard, M., & Curran, T. P. (2021). Predicting atmospheric ammonia dispersion and potential ecological effects using monitored emission rates from an intensive laying hen facility in Ireland. Atmospheric Environment, 247, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2021.118214

Agriculture is responsible for 98% of atmospheric ammonia (NH3) in Ireland, of which pigs and poultry produce 7%; with laying hens specifically contributing 0.6%. Though a small proportion of the national NH3 total emissions, the ecological impacts o... Read More about Predicting atmospheric ammonia dispersion and potential ecological effects using monitored emission rates from an intensive laying hen facility in Ireland.

Using an ecosystem services lens to explore a broader funding base for laneways (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Lamond, J., Everard, M., & Everett, G. (2020). Using an ecosystem services lens to explore a broader funding base for laneways. In Urban Water Systems & Floods III (155-165). https://doi.org/10.2495/friar200141

Greening small urban street spaces such as alleys and laneways is increasingly popular with city authorities. Motivation for starting these projects varies and this may hold implications in terms of the responsible function and department overseeing... Read More about Using an ecosystem services lens to explore a broader funding base for laneways.

Rapid ‘fingerprinting’ of potential sources of plastics in river systems: An example from the River Wye, UK (2020)
Journal Article
Ogden, W., & Everard, M. (in press). Rapid ‘fingerprinting’ of potential sources of plastics in river systems: An example from the River Wye, UK. International Journal of River Basin Management, https://doi.org/10.1080/15715124.2020.1830783

Literature review identified seven principal pathways of plastic debris entry into river systems: waste water treatment plants; combined sewer overflows; on-site wastewater treatment systems; road and rail transport systems; agriculture; industrial s... Read More about Rapid ‘fingerprinting’ of potential sources of plastics in river systems: An example from the River Wye, UK.

Reconnecting society with its ecological roots (2020)
Journal Article
Everard, M., Kass, G., Longhurst, J., zu Ermgassen, S., Girardet, H., Stewart-Evans, J., …Craig, A. (2021). Reconnecting society with its ecological roots. Environmental Science and Policy, 116, 8-19. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.11.002

Recent high-profile analyses of trajectories and prognoses of ecosystem decline around the world have called for a renewed focus on embedding the values of the natural world across all areas of public policy. This paper reports the results of a UK-b... Read More about Reconnecting society with its ecological roots.

Commercially and medicinally significant aquatic macrophytes: Potential for improving livelihood security of indigenous communities in northern Bihar, India (2020)
Journal Article
Raut, S., Gupta, N., Everard, M., & Singh, I. S. (2020). Commercially and medicinally significant aquatic macrophytes: Potential for improving livelihood security of indigenous communities in northern Bihar, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 12(13), 16819-16830. https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.5640.12.13.16819-16830

The dispersed wetlands in the Darbhanga District of northern Bihar, India, provide a diversity of niches supporting substantial floral and faunal richness. The aquatic macrophytes of a representative range of perennial water bodies were surveyed fort... Read More about Commercially and medicinally significant aquatic macrophytes: Potential for improving livelihood security of indigenous communities in northern Bihar, India.

Assessing livelihood-ecosystem interdependencies and natural resource governance in a tribally controlled region of India’s north-eastern middle Himalayas (2020)
Journal Article
Everard, M., Kataria, G., Kumar, S., & Gupta, N. (2021). Assessing livelihood-ecosystem interdependencies and natural resource governance in a tribally controlled region of India’s north-eastern middle Himalayas. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 23, 7772–7790. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-020-00945-1

Mountains host high biological and cultural diversity, generating ecosystem services beneficial over multiple geographical scales but suffering significant vulnerabilities. A case study in Lileng village (Arunachal Pradesh, Indian north-east Himalaya... Read More about Assessing livelihood-ecosystem interdependencies and natural resource governance in a tribally controlled region of India’s north-eastern middle Himalayas.

Declining native fish, diminishing livelihood security: The predicament of Indian Himalayan communities (2020)
Journal Article
Gupta, N., Everard, M., & Namchu, C. V. (2021). Declining native fish, diminishing livelihood security: The predicament of Indian Himalayan communities. International Journal of River Basin Management, 19(2), 255-259. https://doi.org/10.1080/15715124.2020.1790578

Native fish species provide significant ecosystem services, including as food (provisioning services), as organisms with specific cultural and spiritual importance (cultural services), and contributions to supporting and regulatory services across th... Read More about Declining native fish, diminishing livelihood security: The predicament of Indian Himalayan communities.