Brian Robert Cook
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Ecosystem services and integrated water resource management: Different paths to the same end?
BR Cook, CJ Spray
Journal of environmental management 109, 93-100, 2012
Combining participatory mapping with Q-methodology to map stakeholder perceptions of complex environmental problems
J Forrester, B Cook, L Bracken, S Cinderby, A Donaldson
Applied Geography 56, 199-208, 2015
Towards new disaster governance: Subsidiarity as a critical tool
ML Melo Zurita, B Cook, L Harms, A March
Environmental Policy and Governance 25 (6), 386-398, 2015
The persistence of ‘normal’catchment management despite the participatory turn: Exploring the power effects of competing frames of reference
BR Cook, M Kesby, I Fazey, C Spray
Social Studies of Science 43 (5), 754-779, 2013
Active learning through online quizzes: better learning and less (busy) work
BR Cook, A Babon
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 41 (1), 24-38, 2017
Geographies of the Anthropocene
BR Cook, LA Rickards, IAN Rutherfurd
Geographical Research 53 (3), 231-243, 2015
Flood risk management, an approach to managing cross-border hazards
LJ Bracken, EA Oughton, A Donaldson, B Cook, J Forrester, C Spray, ...
Natural Hazards, 1-24, 2016
Interrogating participatory catchment organisations: cases from C anada, N ew Z ealand, S cotland and the S cottish–E nglish B orderlands
BR Cook, M Atkinson, H Chalmers, L Comins, S Cooksley, N Deans, ...
The Geographical Journal 179 (3), 234-247, 2013
Co‐Producing (a Fearful) A nthropocene
BR Cook, A Balayannis
Geographical Research 53 (3), 270-279, 2015
Living with disasters: social capital for disaster governance
ML Melo Zurita, B Cook, DC Thomsen, PG Munro, TF Smith, J Gallina
Disasters 42 (3), 571-589, 2018
Relationship‐building between climate scientists and publics as an alternative to information transfer
BR Cook, JT Overpeck
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (2), e570, 2019
Competing paradigms of flood management in the Scottish/English borderlands
B Cook, J Forrester, L Bracken, C Spray, E Oughton
Disaster Prevention and Management, 2016
Fulfilling the promise of participation by not resuscitating the deficit model
BR Cook, MLM Zurita
Global Environmental Change 56, 56-65, 2019
Planning to learn: an insurgency for disaster risk reduction (DRR)
BR Cook, MLM Zurita
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 19, 265-272, 2016
Communities of knowledge: Science and flood management in Bangladesh
BR Cook, SN Lane
Environmental Hazards 9 (1), 8-25, 2010
Flood knowledge and management in Bangladesh: increasing diversity, complexity and uncertainty
BR Cook
Geography Compass 4 (7), 750-767, 2010
A Contribution to the Review of the draft GAR 2011, Chapters 5, 6 & 7 Political Will for Disaster Reduction: What Incentives Build It, And Why Is It So Hard To Achieve?
B Wisner, G Kent, J Carmalt, B Cook, JC Gaillard, A Lavell, M Oxley, ...
Qualitative GIS to relate perceptions with behaviors among fishers on risky, rocky coasts
P Kamstra, B Cook, DM Kennedy, C Brennan-Horley
The Professional Geographer 71 (3), 491-506, 2019
Re‐casting experience and risk along rocky coasts: A relational analysis using qualitative GIS
P Kamstra, B Cook, T Edensor, DM Kennedy
The Geographical Journal 185 (1), 111-124, 2019
Water, risk and vulnerability in Bangladesh: Twenty years since the FAP
BR Cook, B Wisner
Environmental Hazards 9 (1), 3-7, 2010
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