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ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Dan van der Horst

Dan van der Horst
Dan van der Horst, Ph.D
Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES)
University of Birmingham
UK

Biography

Dan van der Horst (PhD) is an environmental geographer and a lecturer in Environmental Policy and Management at the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES), University of Birmingham, UK. His work bridges the natural science – social science divide, drawing both on ecological theory and on heterodox economic traditions (especially spatial economics, ecological economics). He has published widely on ‘NIMBY’ responses to new rural technologies, biomass energy and sustainability, spatial targeting of land management subsidies and the spatio-temporal modelling of human behaviour as a driver for land use change.

Research Interest

His main area of research is in natural resource management, focussing especially on the governance of multi-functional land use, the evaluation of policies to provide ecosystem services (especially voluntary policies which seek to entice private land owners to collaborate, e.g. by offering them financial incentives) and the conceptualisation of ecosystem services (and their enhanced delivery) in more cultural/anthropogenic landscapes.

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Anthropocene Ecology and Technology; the Need for Co-Adaptation

Dan van der Horst
Editorial: J Ecosyst Ecogr 2012, 2:e115
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.1000e115
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