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Dr Yoseph Araya

Dr Yoseph Araya

About me

Dr Yoseph Araya is a plant ecologist and a lecturer at The Open University. He works on the biology and conservation of South African fynbos vegetation. Environmental education and the role of the public in research is one of his key interests.

Dr Yoseph Araya's research

Yoseph Negusse Araya (2019) Using Citizen Science to Raise Public Awareness and Engagement with Water Issues, John Wiley & Sons Inc. (In Press)

Yoseph Negusse Araya (2019) Hydrosphere, John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Janice Ansine et al. (2018-06-03) iSpot: a citizen science platform for inclusive learning and teaching, In European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) Conference 2018

Yoseph Negusse Araya et al. (2017-09-01) Does functional soil microbial diversity contribute to explain within-site plant beta-diversity in an alpine grassland and a dehesa meadow in Spain?, In Journal of Vegetation Science 5(28)

Richard M. Gunton et al. (2017-04) Beyond ecosystem services: valuing the invaluable, In Trends in Ecology and Evolution 4(32)

Laura Gosling et al. (2016-07-22) Differences between urban and rural hedges in England revealed by a citizen science project, In BMC Ecology 1(16)

Ute Schmiedel et al. (2016-06) Contributions of paraecologists and parataxonomists to research, conservation, and social development, In Conservation Biology 3(30)

Danni Guo et al. (2016-03-30) Climate Change Impacts on Hydrological Niches of Restionaceae Species in Jonkershoek, South Africa, In Journal of Water Resource & Hydraulic Engineering 1(5)

Yoseph Negusse Araya et al. (2015-07) Agriculture and food, Ubiquity Press

Jonathan Silvertown, Yoseph Negusse Araya and David J. G. Gowing (2015-01) Hydrological niches in terrestrial plant communities: a review, In Journal of Ecology 1(103)

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