Brenda B. Lin
Brenda B. Lin
Research Scientist, CSIRO
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Resilience in agriculture through crop diversification: adaptive management for environmental change
BB Lin
BioScience 61 (3), 183-193, 2011
12172011
Loss of functional diversity under land use intensification across multiple taxa
DFB Flynn, M Gogol‐Prokurat, T Nogeire, N Molinari, BT Richers, BB Lin, ...
Ecology Letters 12 (1), 22-33, 2009
9872009
Agroforestry management as an adaptive strategy against potential microclimate extremes in coffee agriculture
BB Lin
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 144 (1-2), 85-94, 2007
4282007
Health benefits from nature experiences depend on dose
DF Shanahan, R Bush, KJ Gaston, BB Lin, J Dean, E Barber, RA Fuller
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
3892016
The future of urban agriculture and biodiversity-ecosystem services: Challenges and next steps
BB Lin, SM Philpott, S Jha
Basic and applied ecology 16 (3), 189-201, 2015
3522015
The health benefits of urban nature: how much do we need?
DF Shanahan, RA Fuller, R Bush, BB Lin, KJ Gaston
BioScience 65 (5), 476-485, 2015
2862015
Opportunity or orientation? Who uses urban parks and why
BB Lin, RA Fuller, R Bush, KJ Gaston, DF Shanahan
PLoS one 9 (1), e87422, 2014
2592014
The role of agroforestry in reducing water loss through soil evaporation and crop transpiration in coffee agroecosystems
BB Lin
Agricultural and forest meteorology 150 (4), 510-518, 2010
2332010
Toward improved public health outcomes from urban nature
DF Shanahan, BB Lin, R Bush, KJ Gaston, JH Dean, E Barber, RA Fuller
American journal of public health 105 (3), 470-477, 2015
2192015
Synergies between agricultural intensification and climate change could create surprising vulnerabilities for crops
BB Lin, I Perfecto, J Vandermeer
Bioscience 58 (9), 847-854, 2008
2162008
A multi-scale assessment of hurricane impacts on agricultural landscapes based on land use and topographic features
SM Philpott, BB Lin, S Jha, SJ Brines
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 128 (1-2), 12-20, 2008
1892008
Sharing or sparing? How should we grow the world's cities?
BB Lin, RA Fuller
Journal of applied ecology 50 (5), 1161-1168, 2013
1562013
Understanding the potential loss and inequities of green space distribution with urban densification
B Lin, J Meyers, G Barnett
Urban forestry & urban greening 14 (4), 952-958, 2015
1272015
Socio-economic inequalities in access to nature on public and private lands: A case study from Brisbane, Australia
DF Shanahan, BB Lin, KJ Gaston, R Bush, RA Fuller
Landscape and Urban Planning 130, 14-23, 2014
1252014
What is the role of trees and remnant vegetation in attracting people to urban parks?
DF Shanahan, BB Lin, KJ Gaston, R Bush, RA Fuller
Landscape Ecology 30 (1), 153-165, 2015
1042015
How green is your garden?: Urban form and socio-demographic factors influence yard vegetation, visitation, and ecosystem service benefits
BB Lin, KJ Gaston, RA Fuller, D Wu, R Bush, DF Shanahan
Landscape and Urban Planning 157, 239-246, 2017
932017
The benefits of natural environments for physical activity
DF Shanahan, L Franco, BB Lin, KJ Gaston, RA Fuller
Sports Medicine 46 (7), 989-995, 2016
882016
Effects of industrial agriculture on climate change and the mitigation potential of small-scale agro-ecological farms
R Bezner-Kerr, KL McGuire, R Nigh, D Rocheleau, J Soluri, I Perfecto, ...
Anim Sci Rev 69, 2011
862011
Is nature relatedness associated with better mental and physical health?
JH Dean, DF Shanahan, R Bush, KJ Gaston, BB Lin, E Barber, L Franco, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (7), 1371, 2018
592018
Variation in experiences of nature across gradients of tree cover in compact and sprawling cities
DF Shanahan, DTC Cox, RA Fuller, S Hancock, BB Lin, K Anderson, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 157, 231-238, 2017
582017
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