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Dr Adam Barker - publications

List of publications

Book contribution

  • Payne, Sarah and Barker, Adam. "Implementing green infrastructure through residential development in the UK." In Green Infrastructure: Planning, Design and Implementation, ed. Sinnett, Danielle; Burgess, Sarah and Smith, Nick, London: Edward Elgar, 2015. eScholarID:239443
  • Kidd, Sue; Maltby, Ed; Robinson, Leone; Barker, Adam and Lumb, Chris. "The ecosystem approach and planning and management of the marine environment." In The Ecosystem Approach to Marine Planning and Management, ed. Kidd, S., Plater, A. and Frid, C, 1-33. London: Earthscan, 2011. eScholarID:122106
  • Barker, Adam and Jones, Carys. "Reassessing the direction of postgraduate environmental assessment education." In Environmental Assessment Lecturer's Handbook, ed. Fischer, T.B., Gazzola, P, Belcakova, I. and Aschemann, R, 18-12. Bratislava: Slovak University of Technology, 2008. eScholarID:122105

Journal article

  • Gilchrist, Anna; Barker, Adam and Handley, John. "Pathways through the landscape in a changing climate: the role of landscape structure in facilitating species range expansion through an urbanised region." Landscape Research(2015) . eScholarID:241419
  • Hayes, Samuel; Barker, Adam and Jones, Carys. "The consideration of flood risk within Sustainability Appraisal and Strategic Environmental Assessment: Emerging practice from the United Kingdom." Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management (In-press) : 1-25. eScholarID:213153
  • Barker, Adam and Jones, Carys. "A critique of the performance of EIA within the offshore oil and gas sector." Environmental Impact Assessment Review 43(2013) : 31-39. eScholarID:200318
  • White, Iain; Kingston, Richard and Barker, Adam. "Participatory geographic information systems and public engagement within flood risk management." Journal of Flood Risk Management 3(2010) : 337-346. eScholarID:117995 | DOI:10.1111/j.1753-318X.2010.01083.x
  • Stockdale, Aileen and Barker, Adam. "Sustainability and the multifunctional landscape: An assessment of approaches to planning and management in the Cairngorms National Park." Land Use Policy 26, no. 2(2009) : 479-492. eScholarID:117987 | DOI:10.1016/j.landusepol.2008.07.001
  • Barker, Adam and Stockdale, Aileen. "Out of the Wilderness: Achieving Sustainable Development within Scottish National Parks." Journal of Environmental Management(2007) . eScholarID:1b4571 | DOI:10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.04.007
  • Barker, Adam. "The use of strategic environmental assessment as a tool for integration within coastal planning." Journal of Coastal Research 22(4)(2006) . eScholarID:1b4112 | DOI:10.2112/04-0292.1
  • Barker, Adam. "Capacity building for sustainability: towards community development in coastal Scotland." Journal of Environmental Management 75(1)(2005) . eScholarID:1b3902 | DOI:10.1016/j.jenvman.2004.11.002
  • Barker, Adam. "Local level capacity building for coastal management: lessons and experiences from the developing world." Journal of Coastal Research 42(2005) . eScholarID:1b4113
  • Barker, Adam and Allmendinger, Philip. "Towards a socio-economic analysis of Scotland's coastal areas." Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 47(6)(2004) . eScholarID:1b3903 | DOI:10.1080/0964056042000284844
  • Barker, Adam and Fischer, Thomas. "English regionalization and sustainability: towards the development of an integrated approach to strategic environmental assessment." European Planning Studies 11(6)(2003) . eScholarID:1b3904 | DOI:10.1080/0965431032000108396
  • Allmendinger, Philip; Barker, Adam and Stead, Selina. "Delivering integrated coastal zone management through land use planning." Planning Practice and Research 17/2(2002) . eScholarID:1b3906 | DOI:10.1080/02697450220145931
  • Allmendinger, Philip and Barker, Adam. "Attitudes towards planning in a devolved Scotland." Regional Studies 35/8(2001) . eScholarID:1b3907 | DOI:10.1080/00343400120084740
  • Barker, Adam and Wood, Christopher. "Environmental assessment in the European Union: perspectives, past, present and strategic." European Planning Studies 9(2)(2001) . eScholarID:1b3905 | DOI:10.1080/09654310020027939
  • Barker, Adam. "Evaluation of the performance of the European EIA process." Environmental Impact Assessment Review 19(1999) . eScholarID:1b4114


  • Sheate, William; Eales, Ric; Baker, Jonathan; Stafford, Jenny and Barker, Adam. 2011. A Natural Planning Framework: Putting the Natural Environment at the Heart of the National Planning Framework for England. Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. eScholarID:117926
  • White, Iain; O'Hare, Paul; Lawson, Nigel; Barker, Adam; Tippett, Joanne. 2011. Developing Smart Technology for Flood Risk Management (SMARTesT: Interim Report (Work Package 5- Integration). University of Manchester. eScholarID:239444
  • Handley, John; Barker, Adam and Kidd, Sue. 2010. An Evaluation of Landscape Change within the North West of England. University of Manchester. eScholarID:117918
  • Jones, Carys; Barker, Adam; and Slinn, Paul. 2007. Assessment of Adverse Non-Pollution Effects for Offshore Petroleum Production and Pipeline Developments. Department for Trade and Industry. eScholarID:117884
  • Jones, Carys; Barker, Adam and Slinn, Paul. 2007. Quality Review of Environmental Statements for Offshore Petroleum Production and Pipeline Developments. Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. eScholarID:117831
  • Barker, Adam; Allmendinger, Philip and Stead, Selina. 2002. A Socio-Economic Profile of the Scottish Coastline. Scottish Executive. eScholarID:5b66
  • Wood, Christopher; Barker, Adam and Jones, Carys. 1997. Development of EIA Internet Access. University of Manchester. eScholarID:117920
  • Wood, Christopher; Barker, Adam and Jones, Carys. 1997. Development of Electronic Methods of Distance Learning in EIA. University of Manchester. eScholarID:117923
  • Wood, Christopher; Barker, Adam and Jones, Carys. 1996. Evaluation of the Performance of the EIA Process. European Union. eScholarID:5b68