Journal manuscripts under review and in preparation

Raymond CM, Hirsch P, Norton B, Scott A, Reed MS (under review) Rethinking the appropriateness of environmental decisions: Connecting interest and identity negotiation with plural valuation. Environmental Values

Ferre M, Reed MS* (under review) Co-benefits of Natural Flood Management: state of the evidence, Environmental Management

Reed MS, Young D, Bain C, Baird A, Evans C, Dallimer M, Glenk K, Goodyer E, Jones L, Kenter J, Martin-Ortega J, Martino S, Pearce-Higgins J, Stewart G, Whittingham M (in prep.) Can restoration delay or stop tipping points being reached in the provision of ecosystem services from peatlands?

Reed MS, Kendall H, Raley M, Tarrant A, Oakley N (in prep.) Interest, influence and impact: 3i's stakeholder analysis

Kendall H, Reed MS, Rodgers C (under review) Collaborative landscape-scale environmental land management: Farmer and landowner perspectives and experiences of privately funded ecosystem service markets. Land Use Policy

Jones D, Reed MS et al. (in prep). A New Cash Crop? Paying UK Arable Farmers for Soil Carbon Sequestration

Williams, A, Reed MS, Kendall H, Cannon N, Jones D (in prep). Farmer perceptions of soil carbon market

Hansda R, Martin J, Saxby H, Post J, Garrod G, Proctor A, Collins O, Guy JA, Oakley N, Reed MS (in prep.) Taking account of social and cultural factors in policy design: a case study of English peatland policy

International peer-reviewed journal articles

* corresponding author

Martino S, Kenter J, Albers N, Reed MS, Whittingham MJ, Young D, Pearce-Higgins J (in press) Trade-offs between natural attributes and outdoor facilities in peatlands recreational activities under different management scenarios. Ecosysystem Services

Reed MS, Barbrook-Simpson P (in press) Complex systems methods for impact evaluation: lessons from the evaluation of an environmental boundary organisation, Mires & Peat

Reed, M. S., & Rudman, H. (2022). Re-thinking research impact: voice, context and power at the interface of science, policy and practiceSustainability Science, 1-15.

Rudman, H., Hart, B., English, M., Turner, C., Fuentes-Montemayor, E. and Reed, M.S., 2022. Traps, Apps and Maps: to what extent do they provide decision-grade data on biodiversity?Scottish Geographical Journal, pp.1-19.

Reed, M.S., Chapman, P.J., Ziv, G., Stewart, G., Kendall, H., Taylor, A. and Kopansky, D., 2022. Improving the evidence base for delivery of public goods from public money in agri-environment schemesEmerald Open Research, 2(57), p.57.

Glass, J., McMorran, R., Currie, M., McKee, A., Pinker, A., Reed, M., Meador, E. and Markantoni, M., 2022. Translating community resilience theory into practice: A deliberative Delphi approachSociologia Ruralis.

Hessel, R., Wyseure, G., Panagea, I.S., Alaoui, A., Reed, M.S., Van Delden, H., Muro, M., Mills, J., Oenema, O., Areal, F. and Van den Elsen, E., 2022. Soil-Improving Cropping Systems for Sustainable and Profitable Farming in EuropeLand, 11(6), p.780.

Black, H.I.J., Reed, M.S.R., Kendall, H., Parkhurst, R., Cannon, N., Chapman, P.J., Orman, M., Phelps, J., Rudman, H., Whaley, S. and Yeluripati, J.B., 2022. What makes an operational Farm Soil Carbon Code? Insights from a global comparison of existing soil carbon codes using a structured analytical framework Carbon Management

Jensen, E.A., Wong, P. and Reed, M.S., 2022. How research data deliver non-academic impacts: A secondary analysis of UK Research Excellence Framework impact case studiesPloS one, 17(3), p.e0264914.

Zurek, M., Ingram, J., Bellamy, A.S., Goold, C., Lyon, C., Alexander, P., Barnes, A., Bebber, D.P., Breeze, T.D., Bruce, A. and Collins, L.M., 2022. Food system resilience: concepts, issues, and challengesAnnual Review of Environment and Resources, 47.

Rust, N., Lunder, O.E., Iversen, S., Vella, S., Oughton, E.A., Breland, T.A., Glass, J.H., Maynard, C.M., McMorran, R. and Reed, M.S., 2022. Perceived Causes and Solutions to Soil Degradation in the UK and Norway. Land, 11(1), p.131.

Reed, M.S., Curtis, T., Gosal, A., Kendall, H., Andersen, S.P., Ziv, G., Attlee, A., Fitton, R.G., Hay, M., Gibson, A.C. and Hume, A.C., 2022. Integrating ecosystem markets to co-ordinate landscape-scale public benefits from nature. PloS one, 17(1), p.e0258334.

Reed, M.S., Young, D.M., Taylor, N.G., Andersen, R., Bell, N.G., Cadillo-Quiroz, H., Grainger, M., Heinemeyer, A., Hergoualc’h, K., Gerrand, A.M. and Kieft, J., 2022. Peatland core domain sets: building consensus on what should be measured in research and monitoring.

Rust, N.A., Stankovics, P., Jarvis, R.M., Morris-Trainor, Z., de Vries, J.R., Ingram, J., Mills, J., Glikman, J.A., Parkinson, J., Toth, Z. and Hansda, R., 2022. Have farmers had enough of experts?Environmental management, 69(1), pp.31-44.

Bell, K. and Reed, M., 2021. The tree of participation: a new model for inclusive decision-makingCommunity Development Journal 2021: 1–20

Jensen, E.A., Reed, M., Jensen, A.M. and Gerber, A., 2021. Evidence-based research impact praxis: Integrating scholarship and practice to ensure research benefits societyOpen Research Europe, 1(137), p.137.

Karcher, D.B., Cvitanovic, C., Colvin, R.M., van Putten, I.E. and Reed, M.S., 2021. Is this what success looks like? Mismatches between the aims, claims, and evidence used to demonstrate impact from knowledge exchange processes at the interface of environmental science and policyEnvironmental Science & Policy, 125, pp.202-218.

Tresise, M.E., Reed, M.S. and Chapman, P.J., 2021. Effects of hedgerow enhancement as a net zero strategy on farmland biodiversity: a rapid reviewEmerald Open Research, 3, p.23.

Rust, N.A., Jarvis, R.M., Reed, M.S. and Cooper, J., 2021. Framing of sustainable agricultural practices by the farming press and its effect on adoption. Agriculture and Human Values, 38(3), pp.753-765.

Vella, S., Carter, C. and Reed, M.S., 2021. What can we learn from anthropological practice to conduct socially just participatory action research?Educational Action Research, 29(4), pp.526-552.

Martin-Ortega, J., Young, D.M., Glenk, K., Baird, A.J., Jones, L., Rowe, E.C., Evans, C.D., Dallimer, M. and Reed, M.S., 2021. Linking ecosystem changes to their social outcomes: Lost in translationEcosystem Services, 50, p.101327.

Bell, K. and Reed, M., 2021. The tree of participation: a new model for inclusive decision-makingCommunity Development Journal.

Reed, M.S., Ferre, M., Martin-Ortega, J., Blanche, R., Lawford-Rolfe, R., Dallimer, M. and Holden, J., 2021. Evaluating impact from research: A methodological frameworkResearch Policy, 50(4), p.104147.

König, H.J., Ceaușu, S., Reed, M., Kendall, H., Hemminger, K., Reinke, H., Ostermann‐Miyashita, E.F., Wenz, E., Eufemia, L., Hermanns, T. and Klose, M., 2021. Integrated framework for stakeholder participation: Methods and tools for identifying and addressing human–wildlife conflictsConservation Science and Practice, 3(3), p.e399.

Coyne, L., Kendall, H., Hansda, R., Reed, M.S. and Williams, D.J.L., 2021. Identifying economic and societal drivers of engagement in agri-environmental schemes for English dairy producersLand Use Policy, 101, p.105174.

Fazey, I., Hughes, C., Schäpke, N.A., Leicester, G., Eyre, L., Goldstein, B.E., Hodgson, A., Mason-Jones, A.J., Moser, S.C., Sharpe, B. and Reed, M.S., 2021. Renewing universities in our climate emergency: stewarding system change and transformationFrontiers in Sustainability, p.54.

Reed, M.S. and Fazey, I., 2021. Impact culture: transforming how universities tackle twenty first century challengesFrontiers in Sustainability, p.21.