|Comparing instrumental and deliberative paradigms underpinning the assessment of social values for cultural ecosystem services|
CM Raymond, JO Kenter, T Plieninger, NJ Turner, KA Alexander
Ecological Economics 107, 145-156, 2014
|Interactive marine spatial planning: siting tidal energy arrays around the Mull of Kintyre|
KA Alexander, R Janssen, G Arciniegas, TG O'Higgins, T Eikelboom, ...
PLoS One 7 (1), 2012
|Attitudes of Scottish fishers towards marine renewable energy|
KA Alexander, TA Wilding, JJ Heymans
Marine Policy 37, 239-244, 2013
|The implications of aquaculture policy and regulation for the development of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture in Europe|
KA Alexander, TP Potts, S Freeman, D Israel, J Johansen, D Kletou, ...
Aquaculture 443, 16-23, 2015
|Marine renewable energy and Scottish west coast fishers: exploring impacts, opportunities and potential mitigation|
KA Alexander, T Potts, TA Wilding
Ocean & coastal management 75, 1-10, 2013
|Improving sustainability of aquaculture in Europe: Stakeholder dialogues on Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture (IMTA)|
Alexander, K.A., Angel, D., Freeman, S., Israel, D., Johansen, J., Kletou, D ...
Environmental Science & Policy 55, 96-106, 2016
|Investigating the recent decline in gadoid stocks in the west of Scotland shelf ecosystem using a foodweb model|
KA Alexander, JJ Heymans, S Magill, MT Tomczak, SJ Holmes, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 72 (2), 436-449, 2015
|Navigating uncertain waters: European public perceptions of integrated multi trophic aquaculture (IMTA)|
KA Alexander, S Freeman, T Potts
Environmental Science and Policy 61, 230-237, 2016
|Marine spatial planning and Good Environmental Status: a perspective on spatial and temporal dimensions|
AJ Gilbert, K Alexander, R Sardá, R Brazinskaite, C Fischer, K Gee, ...
Ecology and Society, In press 20 (1), 2015
|Decision support tools for collaborative marine spatial planning: identifying potential sites for tidal energy devices around the Mull of Kintyre, Scotland|
R Janssen, G Arciniegas, KA Alexander
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (4), 719-737, 2015
|A problem shared: technology transfer and development in European integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA)|
KA Alexander, AD Hughes
Aquaculture 473, 13-19, 2017
|Spatial ecosystem modelling of marine renewable energy installations: Guaging the utility of Ecospace|
KA Alexander, SA Meyjes, JJ Heymans
Ecological Modelling, 2016
|An assessment of the benefits to Scotland of Aquaculture|
KA Alexander, I Gatward, A Parker, K Black, A Boardman, T Potts, ...
|Progress in integrating natural and social science in marine ecosystem-based management research|
KA Alexander, AJ Hobday, C Cvitanovic, E Ogier, K. L. Nash, RS Cottrell, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research, 2018
|Urban blue: a global analysis of the factors shaping people's perceptions of the marine environment and ecological engineering in harbours|
et al. Strain EMA, Alexander KA, Kienker S, Morris R, Jarvis R
The Science of the Total Environment 658, 1293-1305, 2019
|Challenges of achieving Good Environmental Status in the Northeast Atlantic|
KA Alexander, P Kershaw, P Cooper, AJ Gilbert, JM Hall-Spencer, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (1), 49, 2015
|Building blue infrastructure: assessing the key environmental issues and priority areas for ecological engineering initiatives in Australia's metropolitan embayments|
et al Strain EMA, Morris RL, Bishop MJ, Tanner E, Steinberg P
Journal of Environmental Management 230, 488-496, 2019
|Bringing harbours alive: Assessing the importance of eco-engineered coastal infrastructure for different stakeholders and cities|
SE Kienker, RA Coleman, RL Morris, P Steinberg, B Bollard, R Jarvis, ...
Marine Policy 94, 238-246, 2018
|An assessment of the benefits to Scotland of aquaculture|
Marine Scotland (164 pp. http://www. gov. scot/Topics/marine/Publications …, 2014
|Offshore power production and marine stakeholders: from understanding conflict to impact mitigation|
Aberdeen University, 2012