Elizabeth Cook

Elizabeth Cook

Elizabeth Cook

elizabeth.m.cook@gmail.com

Línea de investigación

Entender las interacciones humano-ambientales en los ecosistemas urbanos. Con un enfoque de sistemas socio-ecológico-tecnológicos, examinamos cómo las ciudades pueden ser más resilientes al cambio climático global. Particularmente, estamos colaborando con actores locales de la ciudad para coproducir y evaluar escenarios futuros que incorporen sus valores y objetivos de sustentabilidad futuros.

Publicaciones

1- Grimm N.B., E.M. Cook, R.L. Hale, D.M. Iwaniec. 2016. A broader framing of ecosystem services in cities: benefits and challenges of built, natural, or hybrid system function. In K.C. Seto, W.D. Solecki, C. Griffith (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Urbanization and Global Environmental Change. Routledge Press. 203-212.

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2- van Vliet, J., P.H. Verburg, N. Maglicocca, B. Büchner, E.M. Cook, J.M. Rey Beneyas, E.C. Ellis, A. Heinimann, E. Keys, T. Ming Lee, J. Liu, O. Mertz, P. Meyfroidt, M. Moritz, C. Poeplau, B.E. Robinson, R. Seppelt, K.C. Seto, P.H. Verburg. 2015. Meta-studies in land use science: Current coverage and prospects. AMBIO.  doi:10.1007/s13280-015-0699-8

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3- Davis, M.K.*, E.M. Cook, S.L. Collins, S.J. Hall. 2015. Top-down and bottom-up regulation of herbaceous primary production and composition in an arid, urbanizing ecosystem.  Journal of Arid Environments. 116: 103-114.

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4- Boone, C.G., E.M. Cook, S.J. Hall, N.B. Grimm, C. Raish, D.M. Finch, M.L. Nation, and A. York. 2012. A comparative gradient approach to understanding and managing urban ecosystems. Urban Ecosystems. 15(4): 795–807.

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5- Cook, E.M., S.J. Hall, and K.L. Larson. 2011. Residential landscapes as social-ecological systems: A synthesis of multi-scalar interactions between people and their home environment. Urban Ecosystems. 15: 19-52.

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