Dr. Anna Woodhead

University of York

Email: anna.woodhead@york.ac.uk

Anna was a NERC ENVISION and Stockholm Resilience Centre funded PhD student, supervised by Prof Nick Graham, Prof Christina Hicks, Dr Gareth Williams (School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University) and Dr Albert Norström (Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University). Her research explored human-environment relationships and the implications of environmental change for human wellbeing, focussing on Seychelles.

What’s next?

Anna works as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of York. Her main area of work is looking at how ecosystem services are co-produced within social-ecological systems and the implications of environmental change for these different processes and linking this to what that means for human wellbeing.

Selected Publications

  • Woodhead AJ, Graham NAJ, Robinson JPW, Norstrom AV, Bodin N, Marie S, Balett M-C, Hicks CC (2021) Fishers perceptions of ecosystem service change associated with climate-disturbed coral reefs. People and Nature 3(3): 639-657.
  • Dajka JC, Woodhead AJ, Norstrom AV, Graham NAJ, Riechers M, Nystrom M (2020) Red and green loops help uncover missing feedbacks in a coral reef social-ecological system. People and Nature 2: 608-618.
  • Woodhead AJ, Hicks CC, Norström AV, Williams GJ, Graham NAJ (2019) Coral reef ecosystem services in the Anthropocene. Functional Ecology 33: 1023-1034.
  • Woodhead AJ, Abernathy KE, Szaboova L, Turner RA (2018) Health in fishing communities: a global perspective. Fish and Fisheries 19: 839-852.