Scott Bremer
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Co‐production in climate change research: reviewing different perspectives
S Bremer, S Meisch
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (6), e482, 2017
1512017
Mobilizing knowledge for coastal governance: re-framing the science–policy interface for integrated coastal management
S Bremer, B Glavovic
Coastal Management 41 (1), 39-56, 2013
822013
Toward a multi-faceted conception of co-production of climate services
S Bremer, A Wardekker, S Dessai, S Sobolowski, R Slaattelid, ...
Climate Services 13, 42-50, 2019
58*2019
Exploring the science–policy interface for Integrated Coastal Management in New Zealand
S Bremer, B Glavovic
Ocean & coastal management 84, 107-118, 2013
422013
Responsible techno-innovation in aquaculture: Employing ethical engagement to explore attitudes to GM salmon in Northern Europe
S Bremer, K Millar, N Wright, M Kaiser
Aquaculture 437, 370-381, 2015
312015
Negotiating a place for sustainability science: Narratives from the Waikaraka Estuary in New Zealand
S Bremer, S Funtowicz
Environmental Science & Policy 53, 47-59, 2015
272015
Mobilising high-quality knowledge through dialogic environmental governance: A comparison of approaches and their institutional settings
S Bremer
International journal of sustainable development 16 (1-2), 66-90, 2013
25*2013
A critical assessment of knowledge quality for climate adaptation in Sylhet Division, Bangladesh
MM Haque, S Bremer, SB Aziz, JP van der Sluijs
Climate Risk Management 16, 43-58, 2017
242017
Narrative as a method for eliciting tacit knowledge of climate variability in Bangladesh
S Bremer, A Blanchard, N Mamnun, M Stiller-Reeve, MM Haque, ...
Weather, Climate, and Society 9 (4), 669-686, 2017
222017
Climate change and amplified representations of natural hazards in institutional cultures
S Bremer, P Schneider, B Glavovic
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science, 2019
212019
Have we given up too much? On yielding climate representation to experts
S Bremer
Futures 91, 72-75, 2017
182017
Assessing climatic trends of extreme rainfall indices over northeast Bangladesh
MA Basher, MA Stiller-Reeve, AKMS Islam, S Bremer
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 134 (1), 441-452, 2018
162018
Modelling tools for integrated, adaptive management: a case study of New Zealand Regional Authorities
M van den Belt, V Forgie, S Bremer, G McDonald, O Montes de Oca, ...
Massey University, New Zealand, 2010
16*2010
‘My new routine’: Assessing the impact of citizen science on climate adaptation in Bangladesh
S Bremer, MM Haque, SB Aziz, S Kvamme
Environmental Science & Policy 94, 245-257, 2019
152019
Initial mapping of narratives of change
W Krauß, S Bremer, JA Wardekker, B Marschütz, J Baztan, C da Cunha
CoCliServ, 2018
152018
Chronology and in-depth analysis of weather-related and place-specific narratives of climate change
W Krauß, S Bremer, JA Wardekker, B Marschuetz, J Baztan, C da Cunha
CoCliServ, 2018
142018
Local narratives of change as an entry point for building urban climate resilience
B Marschütz, S Bremer, H Runhaar, D Hegger, H Mees, J Vervoort, ...
Climate Risk Management 28, 100223, 2020
132020
Exploring a'post-normal'science-policy interface for integrated coastal management: a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of …
SR Bremer
Massey University, 2011
112011
The role of place-based narratives of change in climate risk governance
W Krauß, S Bremer
Climate Risk Management 28, 100221, 2020
102020
Weaknesses in the ethical framework of aquaculture related standards
AS Haugen, S Bremer, M Kaiser
Marine Policy 75, 11-18, 2017
102017
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