Emily Ogier
Emily Ogier
Research Fellow, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, UTAS
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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Science and social license: defining environmental sustainability of Atlantic salmon aquaculture in south-eastern Tasmania, Australia
P Leith, E Ogier, M Haward
Social Epistemology 28 (3-4), 277-296, 2014
512014
Analysis of operating environments: a diagnostic model for linking science, society and policy for sustainability
P Leith, K O’Toole, M Haward, B Coffey, C Rees, E Ogier
Environmental Science & Policy 39, 162-171, 2014
492014
The social licence to operate and its role in marine governance: insights from Australia
C Cullen-Knox, M Haward, J Jabour, E Ogier, SR Tracey
Marine Policy 79, 70-77, 2017
372017
Fisheries management approaches as platforms for climate change adaptation: Comparing theory and practice in Australian fisheries
EM Ogier, J Davidson, P Fidelman, M Haward, AJ Hobday, NJ Holbrook, ...
Marine Policy 71, 82-93, 2016
342016
Success and evolution of a boundary organization
P Leith, M Haward, C Rees, E Ogier
Science, Technology, & Human Values 41 (3), 375-401, 2016
332016
Progress in integrating natural and social science in marine ecosystem-based management research
KA Alexander, AJ Hobday, C Cvitanovic, E Ogier, KL Nash, RS Cottrell, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 70 (1), 71-83, 2019
232019
Towards a diagnostic approach to climate adaptation for fisheries
P Leith, E Ogier, G Pecl, E Hoshino, J Davidson, M Haward
Climatic change 122 (1-2), 55-66, 2014
192014
A practical framework for implementing and evaluating integrated management of marine activities
RL Stephenson, AJ Hobday, C Cvitanovic, KA Alexander, GA Begg, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 177, 127-138, 2019
162019
Analysis of farm management strategies following herpesvirus (OsHV-1) disease outbreaks in Pacific oysters in Tasmania, Australia
SC Ugalde, J Preston, E Ogier, C Crawford
Aquaculture 495, 179-186, 2018
142018
Preparing fisheries for climate change: identifying adaptation options for four key fisheries in South Eastern Australia
G Peci
Fisheries Research & Development Corporation, 2014
142014
Autonomous adaptation to climate-driven change in marine biodiversity in a global marine hotspot
GT Pecl, E Ogier, S Jennings, I van Putten, C Crawford, H Fogarty, ...
Ambio 48 (12), 1498-1515, 2019
112019
Publicised scrutiny and mediatised environmental conflict: The case of Tasmanian salmon aquaculture
C Cullen-Knox, A Fleming, L Lester, E Ogier
Marine Policy 100, 307-315, 2019
112019
Your marine values: public report 2013
E Ogier, C MacLeod
82013
Fishery status reports: Healthcheck for Australian fisheries
AJ Hobday, EM Ogier, A Fleming, JR Hartog, L Thomas, I Stobutzki, ...
Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, 2016
72016
Perceptions regarding the need for broad sustainability assessments of Australian fisheries
AJ Hobday, A Fleming, EM Ogier, L Thomas, JR Hartog, S Hornborg, ...
Fisheries Research 208, 247-257, 2018
62018
Equity of our future oceans: reflections on outcomes and practice
KA Alexander, A Fleming, JM Dambacher, C Garcia, J Jansen, ...
Future, 2020
52020
Incorporating ecologically sustainable development policy goals within fisheries management: An assessment of integration and coherence in an Australian context
AK Farmery, E Ogier, C Gardner, J Jabour
Journal of environmental management 249, 109230, 2019
42019
Stakeholder trust and holistic fishery sustainability assessments
A Fleming, E Ogier, AJ Hobday, L Thomas, JR Hartog, B Haas
Marine Policy 111, 103719, 2020
32020
Responding to Climate Change: Participatory Evaluation of Adaptation Options for Key Marine Fisheries in Australia’s South East
E Ogier, S Jennings, A Fowler, S Frusher, C Gardner, P Hamer, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 97, 2020
22020
INFORMD2: risk-based tools supporting consultation, planning and adaptive management for aquaculture and other multiple-uses of the coastal waters of southern Tasmania
S Condie, R Gorton, SA Hadley, R Little, C MacLeod, EM Ogier, ...
12017
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