Zhang, W., Gowdy, J., Bassi, A.M., Santamaria, M., DeClerck, F., Adegboyega, A., Andersson, G.K.S., Augustyn, A.M., Bawden, R., Bell, A., Darknhofer, I., Dearing, J., Dyke, J., Failler, P., Galetto, L., Hernández, C.C., Johnson, P., Jones, S.K., Kleppel, G., Komarek, A.M., Latawiec, A., Mateus, R., McVittie, A., Ortega, E., Phelps, D., Ringler, C., Sangha, K.K., Schaafsma, M., Scherr, S., Hossain, M.S., Thorn, J.P.R., Tyack, N., Vaessen, T., Viglizzo, E., Walker, D., Willemen, L. and Wood, SLR. (2018). Chapter 2: Systems thinking: an approach for understanding ‘eco-agri-food systems’. In TEEB for Agriculture &Food: Scienti c and Economic Foundations. Geneva: UN Environment [Link]
Atwood, S. DeClerck, FA, Estrada-Carmona, N, Wood, SLR. 2017. Chapter 3: Using Biodiversity to provide multiple services in sustainable farming systems. In: The Agrobiodiversity Index. Bioversity International, Routledge.
Abell, R, Asquith, N, Boccaletti, G, Bremer, L, Chapin, E, Erickson-Quiroz, A, Higgins, J, Johnson, J, Kang, S, Karres, N, Lehner, B, McDonald, R,
Raepple, J, Shemie, D, Simmons, E, Sridhar, A, Vigerstøl, K, Vogl, A and SLR Wood. 2017. Beyond the Source: The Environmental, Economic and Community Benefits of Source Water Protection. The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA, USA [link]
Thaxton, M, Forster, T, Hazlewood, P, Mercado, L, Neeley, C, Scherr, SJ, Wertz, L, Wood, SLR and E Zandri. 2015. Landscapes for People, Food and Nature (LPFN). Landscape Partnerships for Sustainable Development: Achieving the SDGs through Integrated Landscape Management (White Paper) [link]
Hodgkin, T, Hunter, D, Wood, SLR and N Demers. 2015. Chapter 5: Agricultural biodiversity and food security. In “Connecting Global Priorities: Biodiversity and Human Health, A State of Knowledge Review. World Health Organisation/Secretariat of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity [link]
Garschagen, M., Wood, SLR, Garard, J., Ivanova, M. and Luers, A., 2020. Too big to ignore: Global risk perception gaps between scientists and business leaders. Earth's Future, 8(3). [link]
Gergel, S.E., Powell, B., Baudron, F., Wood, SLR, Rhemtulla, J.M., Kennedy, G., Rasmussen, L.V., Ickowitz, A., Fagan, M.E., Smithwick, E.A. and Ranieri, J., 2020. Conceptual Links between Landscape Diversity and Diet Diversity: A Roadmap for Transdisciplinary Research. BioScience, 70(7), pp.563-575. [link]
Rasmussen, L.V., Wood, SLR and Rhemtulla, J.M., 2020. Deconstructing Diets: The Role of Wealth, Farming System, and Landscape Context in Shaping Rural Diets in Ethiopia. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 4, p.45. [link]
Rasmussen, L.V., Fagan, M.E., Ickowitz, A., Wood, SLR, Kennedy, G., Powell, B., Baudron, F., Gergel, S., Jung, S., Smithwick, E.A. and Sunderland, T., 2019. Forest pattern, not just amount, influences dietary quality in five African countries. Global Food Security, p.100331.
Wood, SLR, Alam, M. and Dupras, J., 2019. Multiple pathways to more sustainable diets: Shifts in diet composition, caloric intake and food waste. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 3, p.89. [link]
Tabaichount, B, Wood, SLR., Kermagoret, C. Kolinjivadi, V, Bissonnette, JF, Zaga Mendez, A and J.Dupras. 2019. Water quality trading schemes as a form of state intervention: Two case studies of state-market hybridization from Canada and New Zealand. Ecosystem Services, 36: 100890 [link]
Johnson, JA, Jones, SK, Wood, SLR, Chaplin-Kramer, R, Hawthorne, P, Mulligan, M, Pennington, D and FA DeClerck. In Review. Mapping Ecosystem Services to Human Well-being: a toolkit to support integrated landscape management for the SDGs. Ecological Applications. Accepted.
Wood, SLR, Jones, SK, Johnson, JA, Brauman, KA, Chaplin-Kramer,R, Fremier, A, Girvetz, E, Gordon, LJ, Kappel, CV, Mandle, L, Mulligan, M, O’Farrell, P, Smith,WK, Willemen, WL, Zhang, W and FA DeClerck. 2018. Distilling the role of ecosystem services in the Sustainable Development Goals. Ecosystem Services, 29(A): 70-82. [Link]
Reid, AJ,Brooks, JL, Dolgova, L, Laurich, B, Sullivan, BG, Szekeres, P, Wood, SLR, Bennett, JR and SJ Cooke. 2017. Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals still neglecting their environmental roots in the Anthropocene. Environmental Science and Policy, [link]
DeClerck, FA …Wood, SLR and W Zhang. 2017. Agricultural ecosystems and their services: the vanguard of sustainability? Current Opinions in Environmental Sustainability, [link]
Wood, SLR, Rhemtulla, JM and OT Coomes. 2016.Cropping history trumps fallow duration in long‐term soil and vegetation dynamics of shifting cultivation systems. Ecological Applications.[link]
Kanter, D*, Musumba, M*, Wood, SLR*, Palm, C, Antle, J, Balvanera, P, Dale, VH, Havlik, P, Kline, KL, Scholes, RJ, Tittonell, P, Thornton, P and S Andelman. 2016. Evaluating agricultural trade-offs in the age of sustainable development. Agricultural Systems, [link]
Wood, SLR, Rhemtulla, JM and OT Coomes. 2016. Intensification of tropical fallow-based agriculture: Trading-off ecosystem services for economic gain in shifting cultivation landscapes? Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment, 215: 47–56 [Link]
Wood, SLR and FA DeClerck. 2015. Ecosystem Services and human well-being in the Sustainable Development Goals. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13: 123 [link]
Marczak, LB, Sakamaki, T, Turvey, S, Deguise, I, Wood, SLR and JS Richardson. 2010. Are forested stream buffers an effective conservation strategy for terrestrial fauna? An assessment using meta-analysis. Ecological Applications, 20(1): 126–134 [link]
Wood, SLR and JS Richardson. 2010. Evidence for ecosystem engineering in tadpole of the Western toad. Aquatic Sciences, 72: 499- 508 [link]
Wood, SLR and JS Richardson. 2009. Impact of sediment and nutrient inputs on growth and survival of tadpoles of the Western toad. Freshwater Biology, 54: 1120–1134 [link]
De Boeck, G, Hattink, J, Franklin, NM, Bucking, CP, Wood, SLR, Walsh, PJ and CM Wood. 2007. Copper toxicity in the spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias): Urea loss contributes to the osmoregulatory disturbance. Aquatic Toxicology 84(2), 133-141 [link]
Wood, CM, Sloman, KA, Kajimura, M, Johannsson, OE, Walsh, PJ, Scott, G, Wood, SLR, Almeida -Val, VMF, and AF Val, .2006. Behavioural, respiratory, ionoregulatory and metabolic adaptations to low environmental O2 and the influence of body size in the hypoxia –tolerant Amazonizn oscar (Astronotus ocellatus). pp. 179-200 In: Environmental Protection Agency Research Report Series. US EPA, Washington, D.C. EPA/600/R-07-010 (Eds. Brauner, CJ, Surajdric, K, Nilsson, G, and Randall, DJ).
Sloman, K.A., Wood, C.M., Scott, G.R., Wood, SLR, Kajimura, M., Almeida-Val, V.M.F. and Val, A.L. 2005. The effect of size on the physiological and behavioural responses of Oscar, Astronotus ocellatus, to hypoxia. Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 1197-1205 [link]
Grosell, M., Laliberte, C.N., Wood, SLR, Jensen, F.B. and C.M. Wood. 2001. Intestinal HCO3- secretion in marine teleost fish: evidence for an apical rather than basolateral Cl-/ HCO3- exchanger. Journal of Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 24: 81-95 [link]