Wendy McWilliam Ph.D., MLA
Wendy McWilliam Ph.D., MLA
Senior Lecturer, Lincoln University
Verified email at lincoln.ac.nz
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Urban community gardens: An evaluation of governance approaches and related enablers and barriers at different development stages
R Fox-Kämper, A Wesener, D Münderlein, M Sondermann, W McWilliam, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 170, 59-68, 2018
The nature of wellbeing: how nature’s ecosystem services contribute to the wellbeing of New Zealand and New Zealanders
L Roberts, AL Brower, GN Kerr, SJ Lambert, WJ McWilliam, K Moore, ...
Department of Conservation, 2015
Barriers to the effective planning and management of residential encroachment within urban forest edges: A Southern Ontario, Canada case study
W McWilliam, R Brown, P Eagles, M Seasons
Urban forestry & urban greening 13 (1), 48-62, 2014
Landscape aesthetic experience and ecosystem services
SR Swaffield, WJ McWilliam
Ecosystem services in New Zealand–conditions and trends, 349-362, 2013
Assessing the degradation effects of local residents on urban forests in Ontario, Canada
W McWilliam, P Eagles, M Seasons, R Brown
Journal of Arboriculture 36 (6), 253, 2010
The housing-forest interface: Testing structural approaches for protecting suburban natural systems following development
W McWilliam, P Eagles, M Seasons, R Brown
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 9 (2), 149-159, 2010
Evaluation of planning policy for protecting green infrastructure from loss and degradation due to residential encroachment
W McWilliam, R Brown, P Eagles, M Seasons
Land Use Policy 47, 459-467, 2015
How community gardens may contribute to community resilience following an earthquake
N Shimpo, A Wesener, W McWilliam
Urban forestry & urban greening 38, 124-132, 2019
Vegetation history and dynamics in New Zealand: Future scenarios and improved trajectories towards restoring natural patterns
CD Meurk, J Sullivan, W McWilliam
Vegetation structure and function at multiple spatial, temporal and …, 2016
Effects of housing development on bird species diversity in a forest fragment in Ontario, Canada
WJ McWilliam, RD Brown
Landscape Research 26 (4), 407-419, 2001
Evaluation of planning and management approaches for limiting residential encroachment impacts within forest edges: A Southern Ontario case study
W McWilliam, P Eagles, M Seasons, R Brown
Urban Ecosystems 15 (3), 753-772, 2012
Effectiveness of boundary structures in limiting residential encroachment into urban forests
WJ McWilliam, PFJ Eagles, ML Seasons, RD Brown
Landscape Research 37 (3), 301-325, 2012
The role of dairy company policies in support of farm green infrastructure in the absence of government stewardship payments
W McWilliam, M Balzarova
Land Use Policy 68, 671-680, 2017
Evaluation of a dairy agri-environmental programme for restoring woody green infrastructure
W McWilliam, Y Fukuda, H Moller, D Smith
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 15 (4), 350-364, 2017
Connecting business with the agricultural landscape: business strategies for sustainable rural development
SR Swaffield, RC Corry, P Opdam, W McWilliam, J Primdahl
Business Strategy and the Environment 28 (7), 1357-1369, 2019
The housing-forest interface: structural approaches to protecting urban natural areas post development
W McWilliam
VDM Publishing, 2009
BRIEF COMMUNICATION: Re-designing New Zealand’s productivist livestock production systems: Current strategies and next steps
WJ McWilliam, P Gregorini
New Zealand Society of Animal Production (Inc), 2018
Integrated urban grey and green infrastructures
A Wesener, W McWilliam, S Tavares, J Birkeland
Landscape Review 17, 1-4, 2017
What constitutes an effective voluntary dairy scheme
M Balzarova, W McWILLIAM, S Coghlan, R Haas
Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Agrarökonomie 24, 203-212, 2015
Edge Effects Within Municipal Forests: Are Municipal Policies Effective in Limiting Residential Encroachment Into the Edges of Suburban Wooded Parklands?
WJ McWilliam, PFJ Eagles, ML Seasons
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