Dr Lee Stapleton
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UK National Ecosystem Assessment Follow-on Work Package Report 10: Tools–Applications, Benefi ts and Linkages for Ecosystem Science (TABLES)
A Scott, C Carter, O Holzinger, M Everard, D Rafaelli, M Hardman, J Baker, ...
UNEP-WCMC, LWEC,, 2014
1372014
A goal oriented indicator framework to support integrated assessment of new policies for agri-environmental systems
JA Olsson, C Bockstaller, LM Stapleton, F Ewert, R Knapen, O Therond, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 12 (5), 562-572, 2009
972009
Decoupling of road freight energy use from economic growth in the United Kingdom
S Sorrell, M Lehtonen, L Stapleton, J Pujol, T Champion
Energy Policy 41, 84-97, 2012
932012
Decomposing road freight energy use in the United Kingdom
S Sorrell, M Lehtonen, L Stapleton, J Pujol, T Champion
Energy Policy 37 (8), 3115-3129, 2009
812009
Keeping things simple: why the Human Development Index should not diverge from its equal weights assumption
LM Stapleton, GD Garrod
Social Indicators Research 84 (2), 179-188, 2007
812007
Estimating direct rebound effects for personal automotive travel in Great Britain
L Stapleton, S Sorrell, T Schwanen
Energy Economics 54, 313-325, 2016
612016
‘Growing your own’: A multi-level modelling approach to understanding personal food growing trends and motivations in Europe
A Church, R Mitchell, N Ravenscroft, LM Stapleton
Ecological Economics 110, 71-80, 2015
532015
Microbial carbon dynamics in nitrogen amended Arctic tundra soil: Measurement and model testing
LM Stapleton, NMJ Crout, C Säwström, WA Marshall, PR Poulton, AM Tye, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (11), 2088-2098, 2005
532005
The fate of 15N added to high Arctic tundra to mimic increased inputs of atmospheric nitrogen released from a melting snowpack
AM Tye, SD Young, NMJ Crout, HM West, LM Stapleton, PR Poulton, ...
Global Change Biology 11 (10), 1640-1654, 2005
482005
Peak car and increasing rebound: A closer look at car travel trends in Great Britain
L Stapleton, S Sorrell, T Schwanen
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 53, 217-233, 2017
322017
The commitment to development index: An information theory approach
LM Stapleton, GD Garrod
Ecological Economics 66 (2-3), 461-467, 2008
262008
An unexpected means of embedding ethics in organizations: Preliminary findings from values-based evaluations
G Burford, E Hoover, L Stapleton, MK Harder
Sustainability 8 (7), 612, 2016
152016
Policy preceding possibility? Examining headline composite sustainability indicators in the United Kingdom
LM Stapleton, GD Garrod
Social Indicators Research 87 (3), 495-502, 2008
142008
Rebound effects in UK road freight transport
S Sorrell, L Stapleton
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 63, 156-174, 2018
122018
Transforming the UK’s Energy System: Policies for the 2020 Renewables Target and Beyond
J Watson, I Scrase, L Stapleton
A report for Friends of the Earth. Sussex: University of Sussex, Sussex …, 2010
112010
Assessment of multifunctionality and jointness of production
N Turpin, L Stapleton, E Perret, CM van der Heide, G Garrod, F Brouwer, ...
Environmental and Agricultural Modelling, 11-35, 2010
102010
Have missing markets for ecological goods and services affected modelling of terrestrial C and N fluxes?
LM Stapleton, SD Young, NMJ Crout
Ecological modelling 179 (4), 569-574, 2004
82004
Developing an indicator framework to assess sustainability of farming systems
C Bockstaller, S Bellon, F Brouwer, G Geniaux, P Girardin, ...
Farming Symposium, Catania, 2007
72007
17 Cultural ecosystem services, water, and aquatic environments
A Church, R Fish, N Ravenscroft, L Stapleton
Water Ecosystem Services: A Global Perspective, 148, 2015
52015
From a disaggregated set of indicators to a synthetic, composite assessment of sustainability: Paths and pitfalls
C Bockstaller, LM Stapleton, M Van der Heide, G Geniaux, S Bellon, ...
Integrated Assessment of Agriculture andSustainable Development (AgSAP 2009 …, 2009
52009
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