Melissa Nursey-Bray
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Co-management and protected area management: Achieving effective management of a contested site, lessons from the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area (GBRWHA)
M Nursey-Bray, P Rist
Marine Policy 33 (1), 118-127, 2009
1302009
The east coast Tasmanian rock lobster fishery–vulnerability to climate change impacts and adaptation response options
GT Pecl, SD Frusher, C Gardner, M Haward, AJ Hobday, S Jennings, ...
Commonwealth of Australia, 2009
1132009
Enhancing the knowledge–governance interface: Coasts, climate and collaboration
B Clarke, L Stocker, B Coffey, P Leith, N Harvey, C Baldwin, T Baxter, ...
Ocean & coastal management 86, 88-99, 2013
1042013
Science into policy? Discourse, coastal management and knowledge
MJ Nursey-Bray, J Vince, M Scott, M Haward, K O’Toole, T Smith, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 38, 107-119, 2014
1032014
Exploring the winners and losers of marine environmental governance/Marine spatial planning: Cui bono?/“More than fishy business”: epistemology, integration and conflict in …
W Flannery, G Ellis, G Ellis, W Flannery, M Nursey-Bray, ...
Planning Theory & Practice 17 (1), 121-151, 2016
1022016
The short history of research in a marine climate change hotspot: from anecdote to adaptation in south-east Australia
SD Frusher, AJ Hobday, SM Jennings, C Creighton, D D’Silva, M Haward, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24 (2), 593-611, 2014
872014
Communicating climate change: climate change risk perceptions and rock lobster fishers, Tasmania
M Nursey-Bray, GT Pecl, S Frusher, C Gardner, M Haward, AJ Hobday, ...
Marine Policy 36 (3), 753-759, 2012
832012
Can teacher collaboration overcome barriers to interdisciplinary learning in a disciplinary university? A case study using climate change
EJ Pharo, A Davison, K Warr, M Nursey-Bray, K Beswick, E Wapstra, ...
Teaching in Higher Education 17 (5), 497-507, 2012
742012
Adaptation to climate change in agriculture in Bangladesh: The role of formal institutions
MT Islam, M Nursey-Bray
Journal of environmental management 200, 347-358, 2017
682017
Toward operationalizing resilience concepts in Australian marine sectors coping with climate change
JL Davidson, IE van Putten, P Leith, M Nursey-Bray, EM Madin, ...
Ecology and Society 18 (3), 2013
452013
Toward operationalizing resilience concepts in Australian marine sectors coping with climate change
JL Davidson, IE van Putten, P Leith, M Nursey-Bray, EM Madin, ...
Ecology and Society 18 (3), 2013
452013
Vulnerabilities and adaptation of ports to climate change
M Nursey-Bray, B Blackwell, B Brooks, ML Campbell, L Goldsworthy, ...
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (7), 1021-1045, 2013
372013
Australian coastal management and climate change
N Harvey, B Clarke, M NURSEY‐BRAY
Geographical Research 50 (4), 356-367, 2012
302012
Social contexts and customary fisheries: marine protected areas and indigenous use, Australia
M Nursey-Bray
Environmental management 47 (4), 671-683, 2011
302011
A Guugu Yimmithir bam wii: ngawiya and girrbithi: hunting, planning and management along the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
M Nursey-Bray
Geoforum 40 (3), 442-453, 2009
302009
Exploring discourses in environmental decision making: an indigenous hunting case study
M Nursey-Bray, H Marsh, H Ross
Society and Natural Resources 23 (4), 366-382, 2010
262010
Old ways for new days: Australian Indigenous peoples and climate change
M Nursey-Bray, R Palmer, TF Smith, P Rist
Local Environment 24 (5), 473-486, 2019
242019
Gendered perception and vulnerability to climate change in urban slum communities in Accra, Ghana
M Owusu, M Nursey-Bray, D Rudd
Regional environmental change 19 (1), 13-25, 2019
242019
An overview of sustainability in the fashion industry
K Fulton, SE Lee
The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social …, 2010
242010
‘Which way?’: The contribution of Indigenous marine governance
M Nursey-Bray, C Jacobson
Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs 6 (1), 27-40, 2014
222014
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