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Gail Austen
Gail Austen
Post Doctoral Research Assistant, University of Kent
Verified email at kent.ac.uk
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Species identification by experts and non-experts: comparing images from field guides
GE Austen, M Bindemann, RA Griffiths, DL Roberts
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 33634, 2016
1372016
Value diversity and conservation conflict: Lessons from the management of red grouse and hen harriers in England
FAV St John, J Steadman, G Austen, SM Redpath
People and Nature 1 (1), 6-17, 2019
362019
Species identification by conservation practitioners using online images: accuracy and agreement between experts
GE Austen, M Bindemann, RA Griffiths, DL Roberts
PeerJ 6, e4157, 2018
302018
Do ecosystem service frameworks represent people’s values?
PR Maund, KN Irvine, M Dallimer, R Fish, GE Austen, ZG Davies
Ecosystem Services 46, 101221, 2020
272020
Nature, smells, and human wellbeing
PR Bentley, JC Fisher, M Dallimer, RD Fish, GE Austen, KN Irvine, ...
Ambio 52 (1), 1-14, 2023
202023
Exploring shared public perspectives on biodiversity attributes
GE Austen, M Dallimer, KN Irvine, PR Maund, RD Fish, ZG Davies
People and Nature 3 (4), 901-913, 2021
182021
BIO-WELL: The development and validation of a human wellbeing scale that measures responses to biodiversity
KN Irvine, JC Fisher, PR Bentley, M Nawrath, M Dallimer, GE Austen, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 85, 101921, 2023
112023
Species identification by conservation practitioners using online images: accuracy and agreement between experts. PeerJ, 6, e4157
GE Austen, M Bindemann, RA Griffiths, DL Roberts
82018
Species identification by experts and non-experts: comparing images from field guides. Sci Rep 6: 33634
GE Austen, M Bindemann, RA Griffiths, DL Roberts
72016
Human well-being responses to species’ traits
JC Fisher, M Dallimer, KN Irvine, SG Aizlewood, GE Austen, RD Fish, ...
Nature Sustainability, 1-9, 2023
42023
The diversity of people's relationships with biodiversity should inform forest restoration and creation
GE Austen, M Dallimer, KN Irvine, JC Fisher, RD Fish, ZG Davies
Conservation Letters 16 (1), e12930, 2023
42023
The features and processes underpinning high‐quality data generation in participatory research and engagement activities
PR Maund, JW Bentley, GE Austen, KN Irvine, R Fish, M Dallimer, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 13 (1), 68-76, 2022
22022
Seeing rare birds where there are none: self-rated expertise predicts correct species identification, but also more false rarities
N Bouillard, RL White, H Jackson, G Austen, J Schroeder
EcoEvoRxiv, 2019
12019
Support for different types of wildlife management is related to underlying human values.
FAV St John, J Steadman, G Austen, SM Redpath
People and Nature, 2019
12019
Accuracy, error and bias in species identification
GE Austen
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2018
12018
Language matters for biodiversity
R Fish, GE Austen, JW Bentley, M Dallimer, JC Fisher, KN Irvine, ...
BioScience, 2024
2024
Quantifying Temporal Changes in the Monetary Value of Forest Cultural Ecosystem Services Globally: A Meta-Analysis
M Nawrath, M Dallimer, P King, G Austen, KN Irvine, R Fish, J Fisher, ...
Available at SSRN 4649931, 2023
2023
Biodiversity for health and wellbeing
JC Fisher, GE Austen, KN Irvine, M Dallimer, ZG Davies
Taylor and Francis, 2023
2023
Dataset used in the paper" Stated preferences for the colours, smells and sounds of biodiversity outweigh those for ecological function."-an output of the RELATE Project.
P King, M Dallimer, T Lundhede, GE Austen, J Fisher, KN Irvine, RD Fish, ...
2023
Test responses: Species identification by experts and non-experts: comparing images from field guides
GE Austen, M Bindemann, RA Griffiths, DL Roberts
2021
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