- Selection and management of protected areas.
- Protected habitats and species.
- Habitat restoration.
- Natural resource management.
- Monitoring and reporting assessment.
- Impact of climate change and biodiversity loss.
Contributor to Spray, C. et al., (2021). Chapter 6 Freshwater Systems – Nature-based solutions for climate change in the UK. British Ecological Society.
Report Steering Group Member: Addy, S., S. Cooksley, N. Dodd, K. Waylen, J. Stockan, A. Byg & K. Holstead (2016). River Restoration and Biodiversity: Nature-based solutions for restoring rivers in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Invited Contributor to UK National Ecosystem Assessment Technical Report (2011), UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge:
– Maltby, E. et al. Chapter 9. Freshwaters – Openwaters, Wetlands and Floodplains. 295-360p.
– Russell, S. et al. Chapter 20. Status and Changes in the UK’s Ecosystems and their Services to Society: Wales. 979-1043p.
Williams, D. D. & C. Duigan (eds; 2009). The Rivers of Wales – A Natural Resource of International and Historical Significance. Backhuys/Margraf.
Higgins, J. & C. Duigan (2009). Chapter 4. So much to do, so little time: identifying priorities for freshwater biodiversity conservation in the USA and Britain. 61-90p. In: Assessing the Conservation Value of Fresh Waters, Cambridge University Press.