Liz O'Brien
Liz O'Brien
Forest Research
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What are shared and social values of ecosystems?
JO Kenter, L O'Brien, N Hockley, N Ravenscroft, I Fazey, KN Irvine, ...
Ecological economics 111, 86-99, 2015
Forest School and its impacts on young children: Case studies in Britain
L O’Brien, R Murray
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 6 (4), 249-265, 2007
Learning outdoors: the Forest School approach
L O’Brien
Outdoor Learning Research, 238-253, 2020
Amplatzer amulet left atrial appendage occluder versus watchman device for stroke prophylaxis (amulet IDE): a randomized, controlled trial
D Lakkireddy, D Thaler, CR Ellis, V Swarup, L Sondergaard, J Carroll, ...
Circulation 144 (19), 1543-1552, 2021
Shared values and deliberative valuation: Future directions
JO Kenter, R Bryce, M Christie, N Cooper, N Hockley, KN Irvine, I Fazey, ...
Ecosystem services 21, 358-371, 2016
Theories and models of behaviour and behaviour change
J Morris, M Marzano, N Dandy, L O’Brien
Forest Research: Surrey, United Kingdom, 1-27, 2012
Caring for nature matters: a relational approach for understanding nature’s contributions to human well-being
K Jax, M Calestani, KMA Chan, U Eser, H Keune, B Muraca, L O’Brien, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 35, 22-29, 2018
‘Doing something positive’: volunteers’ experiences of the well-being benefits derived from practical conservation activities in nature
L O’Brien, M Townsend, M Ebden
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 21 …, 2010
Ecosystem services and the idea of shared values
KN Irvine, L O’Brien, N Ravenscroft, N Cooper, M Everard, I Fazey, ...
Ecosystem Services 21, 184-193, 2016
UK national ecosystem assessment follow-on. Work package report 6: shared, plural and cultural values of ecosystems
JO Kenter, MS Reed, KN Irvine, L O'Brien, E Brady, R Bryce, M Christie, ...
UK National Ecosystem Assessment, 2014
Cultural ecosystem benefits of urban and peri-urban green infrastructure across different European countries
L O’Brien, R De Vreese, M Kern, T Sievänen, B Stojanova, E Atmiş
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 24, 236-248, 2017
‘Participatory interdisciplinarity’: Towards the integration of disciplinary diversity with stakeholder engagement for new models of knowledge production
L O’Brien, M Marzano, RM White
Science and Public Policy 40 (1), 51-61, 2013
Why do children not play in nearby nature? Results from a Norwegian survey
M Skar, LC Wold, V Gundersen, L O’Brien
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 16 (3), 239-255, 2016
Such enthusiasm—a joy to see: an evaluation of Forest School in England
R Murray, L O’Brien
Forest Research, 2005
How to engage children with nature: why not just let them play?
M Skar, V Gundersen, L O'Brien
Children's Geographies 14 (5), 527-540, 2016
Volunteering in nature as a way of enabling people to reintegrate into society
L O'Brien, A Burls, M Townsend, M Ebden
Perspectives in public health 131 (2), 71-81, 2011
The urban forest
D Pearlmutter, C Calfapietra, R Samson, L O’Brien, SK Ostoić, G Sanesi, ...
Cultivating green infrastructure for people and the environment 7, 2017
Well-being for all? The social distribution of benefits gained from woodlands and forests in Britain
L O'Brien, J Morris
Local Environment 19 (4), 356-383, 2014
Trees and woodlands: nature's health service
L O'Brien
Forest Research, 2005
Children and nearby nature: A nationwide parental survey from Norway
V Gundersen, M Skår, L O'Brien, LC Wold, G Follo
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 17, 116-125, 2016
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