Natalie Suckall
Natalie Suckall
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TitleCited byYear
Visitor perceptions of rural landscapes: A case study in the Peak District National Park, England
N Suckall, EDG Fraser, T Cooper, C Quinn
Journal of Environmental Management 90 (2), 1195-1203, 2009
662009
Identifying trade-offs between adaptation, mitigation and development in community responses to climate and socio-economic stresses: Evidence from Zanzibar, Tanzania
N Suckall, E Tompkins, L Stringer
Applied Geography 46, 111-121, 2014
532014
Presenting triple-wins? assessing projects that deliver adaptation, mitigation and development co-benefits in rural Sub-Saharan Africa
N Suckall, LC Stringer, EL Tompkins
Ambio 44 (1), 34-41, 2015
372015
Using a migration systems approach to understand the link between climate change and urbanisation in Malawi
N Suckall, E Fraser, P Forster, D Mkwambisi
Applied Geography 63, 244-252, 2015
232015
Applying the global RCP–SSP–SPA scenario framework at sub-national scale: A multi-scale and participatory scenario approach
AS Kebede, RJ Nicholls, A Allan, I Arto, I Cazcarro, JA Fernandes, CT Hill, ...
Science of The Total Environment 635, 659-672, 2018
192018
Reduced migration under climate change: evidence from Malawi using an aspirations and capabilities framework
N Suckall, E Fraser, P Forster
Climate and Development 9 (4), 298-312, 2017
182017
Enhancing resilience to coastal flooding from severe storms in the USA: International lessons
D Lumbroso, N Suckall, R Nicholls, K White
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 17, 1357-1373, 2017
152017
A framework for identifying and selecting long term adaptation policy directions for deltas
N Suckall, EL Tompkins, RJ Nicholls, AS Kebede, AN Lázár, C Hutton, ...
Science of the Total Environment 633, 946-957, 2018
122018
Documenting the state of adaptation for the global stocktake of the Paris Agreement
EL Tompkins, K Vincent, RJ Nicholls, N Suckall
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (5), e545, 2018
102018
Labour migration amidst ecological change
DJ Wrathall, N Suckall
Migration and Development 5 (2), 314-329, 2016
72016
A method to assess migration and adaptation in deltas: A preliminary fast-track assessment
AN Lazar, RJ Nicholls, A Payo, H Adams, C Mortreux, N Suckall, ...
62015
How class shapes perceptions of nature: Implications for managing visitor perceptions in upland UK
N Suckall, E FRASER, C QUINN
Drivers of environmental change in uplands, 421-431, 2009
52009
Setting the scene national and deltaic migration trends in India, Bangladesh and Ghana
C Mortreux, H Adams
22015
Participatory methods training in Malawi
S Sallu, N Suckall, M Reed
University of Leeds Press, 2009
22009
Adapting to Change: People and Policies
EL Tompkins, K Vincent, N Suckall, R Rahman, T Ghosh, A Mensah, ...
Deltas in the Anthropocene, 201-222, 2020
2020
A framework to analyse the implications of coastal transformation on inclusive development
N Suckall, EL Tompkins, K Vincent
Environmental Science & Policy 96, 64-69, 2019
2019
Are there lessons that can be learnt from Bangladesh and Cuba that can increase American coastal communities’ resilience to flooding?
D Lumbroso, N Suckall, R Nicholls, K White
2017
Comparing and contrasting observed adaptations in three deltas: the Ganges-Meghna-Brahmaputra, Mahanadi and Volta
RJ Nicholls, N Suckall, A Mensah, S Mondal, S Dey, S Hazra
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2015
2015
The potential impact of climate change on rural-urban migration in Malawi
NR Suckall
University of Leeds, 2013
2013
Sustainable development in rural populations: an agenda for future research
EM Biggs, N Suckall, JMA Duncan, GR Watmough, L Jones
Cumberland Lodge Colloquium on ‘Sustaining the World’s Rural Populations’, 1-8, 2012
2012
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