Rachel Kelly
Rachel Kelly
Centre for Marine Socioecology; Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Tasmania
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Social licence in the marine sector: a review of understanding and application
R Kelly, GT Pecl, A Fleming
Marine Policy 81, 21-28, 2017
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, 2018
Ten tips for developing interdisciplinary socio-ecological researchers
R Kelly, M Mackay, KL Nash, C Cvitanovic, EH Allison, D Armitage, ...
Socio-Ecological Practice Research 1 (2), 149-161, 2019
The emergence of social licence necessitates reforms in environmental regulation
IE Van Putten, C Cvitanovic, E Fulton, J Lacey, R Kelly
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 2018
Connecting to the oceans: supporting ocean literacy and public engagement
R Kelly, K Evans, K Alexander, S Bettiol, S Corney, C Cullen-Knox, ...
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 32 (1), 123-143, 2022
Citizen science and marine conservation: a global review
R Kelly, A Fleming, GT Pecl, J von Gönner, A Bonn
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1814), 20190461, 2020
A framework for incorporating sense of place into the management of marine systems
IE van Putten, ÉE Plagányi, K Booth, C Cvitanovic, R Kelly, AE Punt, ...
Ecology and Society 23 (4), 2018
Social license through citizen science
R Kelly, A Fleming, GT Pecl, A Richter, A Bonn
Ecology and Society 24 (1), 2019
Building trust among marine protected area managers and community members through scientific research: Insights from the Ningaloo Marine Park, Australia
C Cvitanovic, EI Van Putten, AJ Hobday, M Mackay, R Kelly, J McDonald, ...
Marine Policy 93, 195-206, 2018
Social licence for marine conservation science
R Kelly, A Fleming, GT Pecl
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 414, 2018
The quilt of sustainable ocean governance: patterns for practitioners
RL Stephenson, AJ Hobday, EH Allison, D Armitage, K Brooks, A Bundy, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 630547, 2021
A cross‐scale framework to support a mechanistic understanding and modelling of marine climate‐driven species redistribution, from individuals to communities
S Twiname, A Audzijonyte, JL Blanchard, C Champion, T de la Chesnais, ...
Ecography 43 (12), 1764-1778, 2020
Citizen science and social licence: improving perceptions and connecting marine user groups
R Kelly, A Fleming, GT Pecl
Ocean & Coastal Management 178, 104855, 2019
Social licence for marine protected areas
R Kelly, A Fleming, M Mackay, C García, GT Pecl
Marine Policy 115, 103782, 2020
Oceans and society: feedbacks between ocean and human health
KL Nash, I Van Putten, KA Alexander, S Bettiol, C Cvitanovic, AK Farmery, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 32 (1), 161-187, 2022
Ocean sunfish larvae: detections, identification and predation
TM Thys, M Nyegaard, JL Whitney, JP Ryan, I Potter, T Nakatsubo, ...
The Ocean Sunfishes, 105-128, 2020
Ten considerations for research funders seeking to enhance knowledge exchange and the impact of marine science on policy and practice
C Cvitanovic, C Wyborn, E Glenn, R Kelly, E Louder, EI van Putten, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 1050, 2021
A decade of incorporating social sciences in the Integrated Marine Biosphere Research Project (IMBeR): much done, much to do?
I van Putten, R Kelly, RD Cavanagh, EJ Murphy, A Breckwoldt, S Brodie, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 575, 2021
Responsible research and innovation and social licence to operate: aligning concepts for advancing marine innovation and development governance
P Edwards, A Fleming, R Kelly
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 49, 12-17, 2021
Let’s talk about climate change: Developing effective conversations between scientists and communities
R Kelly, J Nettlefold, D Mossop, S Bettiol, S Corney, C Cullen-Knox, ...
One Earth 3 (4), 415-419, 2020
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