McKee, A., Blackstock, K., Azcón, J. M. B., Ciucci, P., Hošek, M., Huber, M., …Velander, K. (2018). Developing learning landscape partnerships: Why and how to work with protected area managers. Parks: The international Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation, 24(2), doi:10.2305/IUCN.CH.2018.PARKS-24-2AMcK.en
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Velander, K., & Diele, K. (2015). Environmental impact assessment. In C. Cater, B. Garrod, & T. Low (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Sustainable Tourism, 184. CABI
Velander, K., & Diele, K. (2015). Environmental Management. In C. Cater, B. Garrod, & T. Low (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Sustainable Tourism, 184. CABI
Velander, K., & Diele, K. (2015). Mangroves. In C. Cater, B. Garrod, & T. Low (Eds.), The encyclopedia of sustainable tourism, 320. CABI
Velander, K. (2011). Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving Nature and Culture. Mountain Research and Development. 31(3), 276-277. doi:10.1659/mrd.mm088. ISSN 0276-4741
Storrier, K. L., McGlashan, D. J., Bonellie, S. & Velander, K. (2007). Beach litter deposition at a selection of beaches in the Firth of Forth, Scotland. Journal of Coastal Research. 23, 813-822. doi:10.2112/04-0251.1. ISSN 15515036
Beach litter deposition at a selection of beaches in the Firth of Forth, Scotland, was studied between July 2001 and December 2003. The amount and types of beach litter is rel...
Woods-Ballard, A., Parsons, E., Velander, K., Hughes, A., Ladle, R., & Warburton, C. (2003). The Sustainability of Whale-watching in Scotland. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 11(1), 40-55. doi:10.1080/09669580308667192
Scotland's tourism trade grosses £2.5 billion annually and supports 180,000 jobs; whale-watching is an important part of this activity. Whales and dolphins are the country's n...
Ladle, R. J. & Velander, K. (2002). Fishing behavior in a giant tailess whip spider. Journal of Arachnology. 31, 154-156. ISSN 0161-8202
Whip spiders (Amblypygi) are a small and understudied group of arachnids characterised by long antenniform legs and raptorial pedipalps. Due to their nocturnal habits, secret...
Velander, K. & Mocogni, M. (2001). Seasonal variations in nutrient levels in Bemersyde Moss, Borders Region, Scotland. The naturalist. 126, 17-26. ISSN 0028-0771
Nutrient levels were monitored over a twelve month period in Bemersyde Moss, a shallow wetland in southern Scotland. The Moss is used by a variety of waterfowl, both as a wint...
Velander, K. & Mocogni, M. (2001). Agricultural and avian nutrient input into a shallow wetland, Bemersyde Moss, Roxburghshire, Scotland. The naturalist. 126, 17-26. ISSN 0028-0771
Velander, K., & Mocogni, M. (1999). Beach Litter Sampling Strategies: is there a ‘Best’ Method?. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 38(12), (1134 - 1140). doi:10.1016/S0025-326X(99)00143-5. ISSN 0025-326X
Ten methods for sampling beach litter were tested on 16 beaches located around the Firth of Forth, Scotland in order to ascertain the effectiveness of the various methods. Bot...
Webb, L. & Velander, K. (1999). Seasonal differences in the uitilisation of agricultural habitats by small rodents. Naturalist (10136444). 125, 99-109. ISSN 1013-6444
The population and community structure of small rodents on arable and set-aside habitats was stided in winter and summer in order to determine seasonal patterns of habitat use...
Velander, K. A., & Mocogni, M. (1998). Maritime litter and sewage contamination at Cramond Beach Edinburgh — A comparative study. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 36(5), (385 - 389). doi:10.1016/S0025-326X(97)00204-X. ISSN 0025-326X
Beach litter was monitored between April and October 1994 at Cramond Beach, Edinburgh. When compared with data collected over the same period in 1984, it was found that overal...
The proposed project aims to:
• Firstly expand the Eco-Destinet Network with the inclusion of leading European ecotourism and sustainable tourism quality schemes, networks of stakeholders and training...
Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
Forth Estuary Forum
Studies of wild callitrichids reveal limited data about their complex diets. As
insectivorous primates it is likely that they can digest chitin. Using the