|Who's in and why? A typology of stakeholder analysis methods for natural resource management|
MS Reed, A Graves, N Dandy, H Posthumus, K Hubacek, J Morris, C Prell, ...
Journal of environmental management 90 (5), 1933-1949, 2009
|What is social learning?|
M Reed, AC Evely, G Cundill, IRA Fazey, J Glass, A Laing, J Newig, ...
Ecology and society, 2010
|Social network analysis: History, theory and methodology|
|Stakeholder analysis and social network analysis in natural resource management|
C Prell, K Hubacek, M Reed
Society and Natural Resources 22 (6), 501-518, 2009
|Unpacking “participation” in the adaptive management of social–ecological systems: a critical review|
L Stringer, A Dougill, E Fraser, K Hubacek, C Prell, M Reed
Ecology and society 11 (2), 2006
|Social networks and natural resource management: uncovering the social fabric of environmental governance|
Ö Bodin, C Prell
Cambridge University Press, 2011
|Environmental change in moorland landscapes|
J Holden, L Shotbolt, A Bonn, TP Burt, PJ Chapman, AJ Dougill, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 82 (1-2), 75-100, 2007
|Learning from doing participatory rural research: lessons from the Peak District National Park|
AJ Dougill, EDG Fraser, J Holden, K Hubacek, C Prell, MS Reed, S Stagl, ...
Journal of Agricultural Economics 57 (2), 259-275, 2006
|If you have a hammer everything looks like a nail: traditional versus participatory model building|
C Prell, K Hubacek, M Reed, C Quinn, N Jin, J Holden, T Burt, M Kirby, ...
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 32 (3), 263-282, 2007
|Combining analytical frameworks to assess livelihood vulnerability to climate change and analyse adaptation options|
MS Reed, G Podesta, I Fazey, N Geeson, R Hessel, K Hubacek, D Letson, ...
Ecological Economics 94, 66-77, 2013
|‘Who’s in the network?’When stakeholders influence data analysis|
C Prell, K Hubacek, C Quinn, M Reed
Systemic Practice and Action Research 21 (6), 443-458, 2008
|Competing structure, competing views: the role of formal and informal social structures in shaping stakeholder perceptions|
C Prell, M Reed, L Racin, K Hubacek
Ecology and society 15 (4), 2010
|The future of the uplands|
MS Reed, A Bonn, W Slee, N Beharry-Borg, J Birch, I Brown, TP Burt, ...
Land use policy 26, S204-S216, 2009
|Anticipating and managing future trade-offs and complementarities between ecosystem services|
MS Reed, K Hubacek, A Bonn, TP Burt, J Holden, LC Stringer, ...
Ecology and Society 18 (1), 2013
|Community networking and social capital: Early investigations|
Journal of computer-mediated Communication 8 (3), JCMC831, 2003
|Economic vulnerability to peak oil|
C Kerschner, C Prell, K Feng, K Hubacek
Global environmental change 23 (6), 1424-1433, 2013
|The economic gains and environmental losses of US consumption: a world-systems and input-output approach|
C Prell, K Feng, L Sun, M Geores, K Hubacek
Social Forces 93 (1), 405-428, 2014
|Knowledge management for land degradation monitoring and assessment: an analysis of contemporary thinking|
MS Reed, I Fazey, LC Stringer, CM Raymond, M Akhtar‐Schuster, ...
Land Degradation & Development 24 (4), 307-322, 2013
|Combining social network approaches with social theories to improve understanding of natural resource governance|
B Crona, H Ernstson, C Prell, M Reed, K Hubacek
Social networks and natural resource management: uncovering the social …, 2011
|A social relational approach to natural resource governance|
Ö Bodin, S Ramirez-Sanchez, H Ernstson, C Prell
Cambridge University Press, 2011