BScHons (Leeds UK), MSc (York,UK), PhD (York, UK)
Senior Lecturer, Griffith School of Environment
- bioeconomic modelling, Hamiltonian-based optimisation in wildlife, pest and conservation management
- agent-based modelling in the management of ecological resources
- mixed quantitative/qualitative methods (choice experiments & contextual analysis) for examining stakeholder interactions and conflicting objectives in resource management
- cost effectiveness and cost utility analysis of biodiversity conservation programme
- translog and distance function approaches for estimating cost functions for ecosystem service provision and environmental improvement - particularly regarding water quality management and water resource supply.
- welfare-based methodologies for economic valuation of ecosystem service delivery
- choice experiments, contingent valuation and the 2-stage hedonic pricing methodology to determine welfare-consistent valuations of changes in ecosystem service delivery, environmental improvements and climate change adaptation
- 2281ENV Economics and Natural Resources (Year 2: teaching team member)
- 3352ENV Economics of Water Resources (Year 3: Convenor)
- Touza JM, Drechsler M, Smart JCR & Termansen M (in press) Emergence of cooperative behaviours in the management of mobile ecological resources, Environmental Modelling and Software, doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.03.015
- Beharry-Borg N, Smart JCR, Termansen M & Hubacek K (in press) Evaluating farmers’ likely participation in a payment program for water quality protection in the UK uplands, Regional Environmental Change, doi: 10.1007/s10113-012-0282-9
- Drake B, Smart JCR, Termansen M & Hubacek K (in press) Public Willingness to pay for local and global ecosystem services, Regional Environmental Change, doi:10.1007/s10113.011.0252.7
- O’Leary BC, Smart JCR, Neale FC, Hawkins JP, Newman S, Milman A, Roberts CM (2011) Fisheries Mismanagement, Marine Pollution Bulletin 62 2642-2648.
- Smart JCR, Hicks K, Morrisey T, Heinemeyer A, Sutton MA & Ashmore M (2011) Applying the ecosystem services concept to air quality management in the UK: a case study for ammonia, Environmetrics 22(5) 649-661.
- Laycock HF, Moran D, Smart JCR, Raffaelli DG & White PCL (2011) Evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of UK biodiversity conservation spending, Ecological Economics 70(10) 1789-1796.
- Austen ZA, Smart JCR, Yearley S, Irvine RJ & White PCL (2010) Identifying conflicts and opportunities for collaboration in the management of a wildlife resource: a mixed methods approach, Wildlife Research, 37 647 - 657.
- Ahrends A, Burgess ND, Milledge SAH, Bulling MT, Fisher B, Smart JCR, Clarke GP, Mhoro BE & Lewis SL (2010) Predictable waves of sequential forest degradation and biodiversity loss spreading from an African city. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107(33) 14556– 14561.
- Wiegand J, Raffaelli D, Smart JCR & White, PCL (2010) Assessment of ecosystem health using an holistic indicator: a case study of the River Ythan catchment in the UK, Journal of Environmental Management, 91 1446-1455.
- Balderas Torres A, Marchant R, Lovett JC, Smart JCR & Tipper R (2010) Analysis of the carbon sequestration costs of afforestation and reafforestation agroforestry practices and the use of cost curves to evaluate their potential for implementation of climate change mitigation, Ecological Economics, 69(3) 469-477.
- Austin Z, Cinderby C, Smart JCR, Raffaelli D & White PCL (2009) Mapping wildlife: integrating stakeholder knowledge with modelled patterns of deer abundance using participatory GIS, Wildlife Research, 36(7) 553-564.
- Laycock HF, Moran D, Smart JCR, Raffaelli D & White PCL (2009) Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of conservation: the UK Biodiversity Action Plan Biological Conservation, 142(12) 3120-3127.
- Smart JCR, White PCL & Termansen M (2008) Modelling conflicting objectives in the management of a mobile ecological resource: red deer in the Scottish Highlands. Ecological Economics, 64(4) 881-892.