Ms Caroline Nash


NameMs Caroline Nash
Job titleResearch Fellow
Email addressc.nash@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteUEL

Research outputs

Chrysomela saliceti Suffrian (Chrysomelidae) - thriving and potentially spreading in urban green areas in London

Skipp, S. K., Geiser, M. F., McGill, J., Nash, C. and Connop, S. 2019. Chrysomela saliceti Suffrian (Chrysomelidae) - thriving and potentially spreading in urban green areas in London. The Coleopterist. 28 (4), pp. 173-176.

An ecomimicry design approach for extensive green roofs

Nash, C., Ciupala, A., Gedge, D., Lindsay, R. and Connop, S. 2019. An ecomimicry design approach for extensive green roofs. Journal of Living Architecture. 6 (1), pp. 62-81.

Understanding and Applying Ecological Principles in Cities

Rumble, Heather, Angeoletto, Fabio, Connop, S., Goddard, Mark A. and Nash, C. 2019. Understanding and Applying Ecological Principles in Cities. in: Lemes de Oliveira, Fabiano and Mell, Ian (ed.) Planning Cities with Nature Springer. pp. 217-234

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park BAP Monitoring: Terrestrial Invertebrate Survey Report for idverde

Nash, C., Connop, S. and The Ecology Consultancy 2018. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park BAP Monitoring: Terrestrial Invertebrate Survey Report for idverde. The Ecology Consultancy.

Ecomimicry for Barking Riverside: Achieving locally contextualised biodiversity-led multifunctional urban green infrastructure

Connop, S. and Nash, C. 2016. Ecomimicry for Barking Riverside: Achieving locally contextualised biodiversity-led multifunctional urban green infrastructure. London University of East London. https://doi.org/10.15123/PUB.4913
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