Papers

Over the years researchers at the Unit for Social and Environmental Research have co-authored a number of papers published in peer-reviewed journals. The following is a selection sorted by year.  For a list of the most highly-cited papers click here.

2018-2016

  • Long-Term Recovery Narratives Following Major Disasters in Southeast Asia (Abstract)
  • Entry Points for Climate-Informed Planning for the Water Resources and Agriculture Sectors in Cambodia (Abstract)
  • Policy Narratives Help Maintain Institutional Traps in the Governance of Floods in Thailand (Abstract)
  • Nexus Narratives and Resource Insecurities in the Mekong Region (Abstract)
  • The Governance of Adaptation Financing: Pursuing Legitimacy at Multiple Levels (Abstract)
  • Emotions, Attitudes, and Appraisal in the Management of Climate-Related Risks by Fish Farmers in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Impacts, Perceptions and Management of Climate-Related Risks to Cage Aquaculture in the Reservoirs of Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Learning About Climate-Related Risks: Decisions of Northern Thailand Fish Farmers in a Role-Playing Simulation Game (Abstract)
  • Crafting Usable Knowledge for Sustainable Development (Abstract)
  • Knowledge and Innovation Relationships in the Shrimp Industry in Thailand and Mexico (Abstract)
  • Linking Knowledge With Action in the Pursuit of Sustainable Water-Resources Management (Abstract)
  • Disaster Governance and the Scalar Politics of Incomplete Decentralization: Fragmented and Contested Responses to the 2011 Floods in Central Thailand (Abstract)
  • Tilapia Diseases and Management in River-Based Cage Aquaculture in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Entry Points for Climate-Informed Planning for the Water Resources and Agriculture Sectors in Cambodia (Abstract)

2015-2013

  • Assessments of Ecosystem Services and Human Well-Being in Thailand Build and Create Demand for Coproductive Capacity (Abstract)
  • Gender Relations and Water Management in Different Eco-Cultural Contexts in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Governing Ecosystem Services from Upland Watersheds in Southeast Asia, Vulnerability of Land Systems in Asia (Abstract)
  • Linking Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services, and Human Well-Being: Three Challenges for Designing Research for Sustainability (Abstract)
  • Coastal Seas in a Changing World: Anthropogenic Impact and Environmental Responses (Abstract)
  • Narrowing Gaps Between Research and Policy Development in Climate Change Adaptation Work in the Water Resources and Agriculture Sectors of Cambodia (Abstract)
  • Perceptions of Climate-Related Risks and Awareness of Climate Change of Fish Cage Farmers in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Climate Risk Management in River-Based Tilapia Cage Culture in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Risk of Impacts From Extreme Weather and Climate in River-Based Tilapia Cage Culture in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Off-Flavor Characterization in High Nutrient Load Tilapia Ponds in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Effect of Water De-Stratification on Dissolved Oxygen and Ammonia in Tilapia Ponds in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Planning for Production of Freshwater Fish Fry in a Variable Climate in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Coproductive Capacities: Rethinking Science-Governance Relations in a Diverse World (Abstract)
  • Gender and the Management of Climate-Related Risks in Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Benefit Sharing From Hydropower Watersheds: Rationales, Practices, and Potential (Abstract)
  • Closing Knowledge-Action Gaps in Adaptation to Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific Region (Abstract)
  • Rendering Climate Change Governable in the Least-Developed Countries: Policy Narratives and Expert Technologies in Cambodia (Abstract)
  • Access to Fish Cage Aquaculture in the Ping River, Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Benefit Sharing in Mekong Region Hydropower: Whose Benefits Count? (Abstract)
  • Institutional Fit and River Basin Governance: A New Approach Using Multiple Composite Measures (Abstract)
  • Local Knowledge and Adaptation to Climate Change in Natural Resource-Based Societies of the Asia-Pacific (Abstract)
  • River-Based Cage Aquaculture of Tilapia in Northern Thailand: Sustainability of Rearing and Business Practices (Abstract)
  • Benefit Sharing From Kamchay and Lower Sesan 2 Hydropower Watersheds in Cambodia (Abstract)
  • Enclosing Ethnic Minorities and Forests in the Golden Economic Quadrangle (Abstract)

2012-2010

  • Governance and Coastal Boundaries in the Tropics (Abstract)
  • Lifestyles and Consumption in Cities and the Links With Health and Well-Being: The Case of Obesity (Abstract)
  • A Framework for Analysing Transboundary Water Governance Complexes, Illustrated in the Mekong Region (Abstract)
  • Institutional Design Propositions for the Governance of Adaptation to Climate Change in the Water Sector (Abstract)
  • From Applying Panaceas to Mastering Complexity: Towards Adaptive Water Governance in Basins (Abstract)
  • Identifying Tourists With Sustainable Behaviour: A Study of International Tourists to Thailand (Abstract)
  • Institutional Traps and Vulnerability to Changes in Climate and Flood Regimes in Thailand (Abstract)
  • The Strategies of Policy Entrepreneurs in Water Transitions Around the World (Abstract)
  • The Role of Social Learning in Adaptiveness: Insights From Water Management (Abstract)
  • Pursuits of Adaptiveness in the Shared Rivers of Monsoon Asia (Abstract)
  • Innovation Cycles, Niches and Sustainability in the Shrimp Aquaculture Industry in Thailand (Abstract)
  • Earth System Governance: A Research Framework (Abstract)
  • Navigating the Anthropocene: The Earth System Governance Project Strategy Paper (Abstract)
  • Gaining Public Acceptance: A Critical Strategic Priority of the World Commission on Dams (Abstract)
  • Deliberation, Negotiation and Scale in the Governance of Water Resources in the Mekong Region (Abstract)
  • Access and Allocation in Earth System Governance: Water and Climate Change Compared (Abstract)

2009-2007

  • The Governance of Ecosystem Services From Tropical Upland Watersheds (Abstract)
  • Risk Reduction or Redistribution? Flood Management in the Mekong Region (Abstract)
  • Knowledge and Innovation Relationships in the Shrimp Industry in Thailand and Mexico (Abstract)
  • Women Farm Fish: Gender and Commercial Fish Cage Culture on the Upper Ping River, Northern Thailand (Abstract)
  • Functional Links Between Biodiversity, Livelihoods and Culture in a Hani Swidden Landscape  in Southwest China (Abstract)
  • A Multi-Level Perspective on Conserving With Communities: Experiences From Upper Tributary Watersheds in Montane Mainland Southeast Asia (Abstract)
  • Places, Chains and Plates: Governing Transitions in the Shrimp Aquaculture Production-Consumption System (Abstract)
  • Enabling Sustainable Production-Consumption Systems (Abstract)
  • Management into the Development Strategies of Urbanizing Regions in Asia: Implications of Urban Function, Form, and Role (Abstract)
  • Feeding Aquaculture Growth Through Globalization: Exploitation of Marine Ecosystems for Fishmeal (Abstract)
  • Local to Global Perspectives on Forest and Land Fires in Southeast Asia (Abstract)

2006-earlier

  • Governance and the Capacity to Manage Resilience in Regional Social-Ecological Systems (Abstract)
  • Multi-level Scenarios for Exploring Alternative Futures for Upper Tributary Watersheds in Mainland Southeast Asia (Abstract)
  • Scale and Cross-Scale Dynamics: Governance and Information in a Multi-Level World (Abstract)
  • Linking Knowledge and Action for Sustainable Development (Abstract)
  • Politics of Scale, Position and Place in the Governance of Water Resources in the Mekong Region (Abstract)
  • Nobody Knows Best: Alternative Perspectives on Forest Management and Governance in Southeast Asia: Politics, Law and Economics (Abstract)
  • Policy Responses to Complex Environmental Problems: Insights From a Science-Policy Activity on Transboundary Haze From Vegetation Fires in Southeast Asia (Abstract)
  • Industrial Transformation and Shrimp Aquaculture in Thailand and Vietnam: Pathways to Ecological, Social and Economic Sustainability? (Abstract)
  • School Performance and Weight Status of Children and Young Adolescents in a Transitional Society in Thailand (Abstract)
  • A Multi-Centre Cross-Sectional Survey on Safety at Construction sites in Thailand, 1994-1995 (Abstract)
  • Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease in Obese and Normal School Children: Association of Insulin With Other Cardiovascular Risk Factors (Abstract)