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Peer-reviewed publications

Flores CF, Halliday A, Bouroncle C, Catpo R (2013) “Lecciones aprendidas en diez años de silvicultura comunitaria en la zona de uso múltiple amazónica de la Reserva de Biosfera del Manu: una síntesis”. In: Groenendijk J. (ed) Reporte Manu II, p 344-368 http://tinyurl.com/zxydrp9

Arias Schreiber M, Halliday A (2013) “Uncommon among the commons? Disentangling the sustainability of the Peruvian anchovy fishery”. Ecology and Society 18(2):12 [online] URL: http://tinyurl.com/hchtfbo

Glaser M, Krause G, Ratter B, Welp M (eds) Halliday A (assoc ed) (2012) Human-nature interaction in the Anthropocene: potentials of social-ecological systems analysis. Routledge, New York

Tretter F, Halliday A (2012) “Modelling social-ecological systems – bridging the gap between natural and social sciences”. In: Glaser et al. (eds) op.cit.

Glaser M, Krause G, Halliday A, Glaeser B (2012) “Towards global sustainability analysis in the Anthropocene”. In: Glaser et al. (eds) op.cit.

Halliday A, Glaser M (2011) “A Management perspective on social-ecological systems: a system model and its application to a case study from Peru”. Human Ecology Review 18:1-19 http://tinyurl.com/jjduf9k

Halliday A, Mohan G (2007) Development intervention: analysis, planning and action. TU870 Capacities for managing development, Part 2. Open University, Milton Keynes

Halliday  A, Bouroncle C (2000) “Midiendo el éxito de proyectos integrados de conservación y desarrollo: el caso de la Reserva de Biosfera del Perú”. In: Miranda, C, Oetting I (eds) Experiencias de monitoreo socio-ambiental en reservas de la biosfera y otras areas protegidas en la amazonía. UNESCO, Bolivia.

Halliday  A, Bouroncle C (2000) Monitoring and evaluation case studies: the Manu Biosphere Reserve, Peru. Published online by IUCN / Centro para la Investigación de la Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Cali, Colombia


“Andrew Halliday became so important, not only for the English language editing he undertook on the entire – often somewhat “Germlish” manuscript, but also a co-author in Chapters 4 and 10 that the original editors agreed to name him Associate Editor. Special thanks are due for his tenacity, attention to detail and concise critiques and analytical inputs throughout.”
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Human-Nature Interactions in the Anthropocene