Other key projects
National Ecosystem Assessment. Lead economist for marine and coastal margins. 2011
Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning (MarBEF). An EU funded network of excellence with the aim of integrating and disseminating knowledge and expertise on marine biodiversity, with links to researchers, industry, stakeholders and the general public. Lead role within the socio-economic theme. 2004 – 2009.
Marine Protected Areas as tools for Fisheries management and conservation (EMPAFISH). To provide EU with a set of integrated measures and policy proposals for the implementation of MPAs as fisheries and ecosystem management tools. 2005 - 2008
Selected key publications
Bateman, I.J., D. Abson, N. Beaumont, A. Darnell, C. Fezzi, N. Hanley, A. Kontoleon, D. Maddison, P. Morling, J. Morris, S. Mourato, U. Pascual, G. Perino, A. Sen, D. Tinch, K. Turner and G. Valatin (2011) Economic Values from Ecosystems. Chapter 22 . In: The UK National Ecosystem Assessment Technical Report. UK National Ecosystem Assessment, UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge.
Beaumont N.J., M.C. Austen, S.C. Mangi, M. Townsend. Economic valuation for the conservation of marine biodiversity. Marine Pollution Bulletin 56 (2008) 386–396
Beaumont N.J., M.C. Austen, J. Atkins, D. Burdon, S. Degraer, T.P. Dentinho, S. Derous, P. Holm, T. Horton, E. van Ierland, A. H. Marboe, D.J. Starkey, M. Townsend, T. Zarzycki. Identification, Definition and Quantification of Goods and Services provided by Marine Biodiversity: Implications for the Ecosystem Approach. Marine Pollution Bulletin 54 (2007) 253-265
Worm B., E. B. Barbier, Beaumont N.J, J. E. Duffy, C. Folke, B. S. Halpern, J. B.C. Jackson, H. K. Lotze, F. Micheli, S. R. Palumbi, E. Sala, K. A. Selkoe, J. J. Stachowicz, R.Watson (2006). Impact of Biodiversity loss on Ocean Ecosystem Services. Science, 314, 787 : 790 3rd November 2006.
Ecosystem Service Partnership. Marine Biome Expert Group Lead
Member of Marine Renewable Energy Knowledge Exchange NERC advisory council
Member of SPLICE (Sustainable Pathways for Low Carbon Energy Research Programme)
Member of Productive Seas Evidence Group (PSEG), this group aims to ensure that appropriate monitoring programmes are in place to produce periodic assessments to identify the nature and influences that human activities have on the socio-economic uses of the marine environment