Literature review

Irish Natural Capital Accounting for Sustainable Environments:

A Literature Review

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Date of publication: 18th December 2019

FEASIBILITY REPORT 

This report reviews the rationale and direction of the INCASE project, identifying the pressures, policy and solutions that drive this work.

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Date of publication: 7th July 2020

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Paper for international association of hydrogeologists

Paper presented by Dr Catherine Farrell and Donal Daly to the proceedings of the IAH.

The Contribution of Limestones in Ireland to Natural Capital.

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Date of publication: October 2020

APPLYING THE SYSTEM OF ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMIC ACCOUNTING-ECOSYSTEM ACCOUNTING (SEEA-EA) FRAMEWORK AT CATCHMENT SCALE TO DEVELOP ECOSYSTEM EXTENT AND CONDITION ACCOUNTS

Paper published in One Ecosystem - authors Catherine Anne Farrell, Lisa Coleman, Mary Kelly-Quinn, Carl G Obst, Mark Eigenraam, Daniel Norton, Cathal O'Donoghue, Stephen Kinsella, Orlaith Delargy, Jane C Stout.

Date of publication: April 2021

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Developing peatland ecosystem accounts to guide targets for restoration

Paper published in OneEcosystem - authors Catherine A. Farrell, Lisa Coleman, Daniel Norton, Mary Kelly-Quinn, Carl Obst, Mark Eigenraam, Cathal O'Donoghue, Stephen Kinsella, Fiona Smith, Iseult Sheehy, Jane C. Stout

Date of publication: December 2021

APPLYING Ecosystem Accounting to Develop a risk register for peatlands and inform restoration targets at catchment scale: A Case Study From The European Region

 

Paper published in Restoration Ecology - authors Catherine A. Farrell, Lisa Coleman, Daniel Norton, Mary Kelly-Quinn, Stephen Kinsella, Carl Obst, Mark Eigenraam, Cathal O’Donoghue, Iseult Sheehy, Fiona Smith, Jane C. Stout

Date of publication: January 2022

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This project is funded under the EPA Research Programme 2014-2020. The EPA Research Programme is a Government of Ireland initiative funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. It is administered by the Environmental Protection Agency, which has the statutory function of co-ordinating and promoting environmental research.

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