Ben Bradshaw
Ben Bradshaw
Professor of Geography, University of Guelph
Verified email at uoguelph.ca
TitleCited byYear
Farmers’ adoption of conservation agriculture: A review and synthesis of recent research
D Knowler, B Bradshaw
Food policy 32 (1), 25-48, 2007
12522007
Farm-level adaptation to climatic variability and change: crop diversification in the Canadian prairies
B Bradshaw, H Dolan, B Smit
Climatic Change 67 (1), 119-141, 2004
3582004
Multiple exposures and dynamic vulnerability: evidence from the grape industry in the Okanagan Valley, Canada
S Belliveau, B Smit, B Bradshaw
Global Environmental Change 16 (4), 364-378, 2006
2142006
Questioning the credibility and capacity of community‐based resource management
B Bradshaw
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 47 (2), 137-150, 2003
2122003
Towards a new supraregulatory approach to environmental assessment in Northern Canada
L Galbraith, B Bradshaw, MB Rutherford
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 25 (1), 27-41, 2007
1052007
Plus c’est la meme chose? Questioning crop diversification as a response to agricultural deregulation in Saskatchewan, Canada
B Bradshaw
Journal of Rural Studies 20 (1), 35-48, 2004
632004
Adaptation to climate change in agriculture: evaluation of options
AH Dolan, B Smit, MW Skinner, B Bradshaw, CR Bryant
Occasional paper 26, 2001
562001
Neo‐liberal agricultural discourse in New Zealand: economy, culture and politics linked
R Liepins, B Bradshaw
Sociologia Ruralis 39 (4), 563-582, 1999
451999
Farm-level adaptation to multiple risks: Climate change and other concerns
S Belliveau, B Bradshaw, B Smit, S Reid, D Ramsey, M Tarleton, ...
Occasional paper, 2006
422006
Subsidy removal and agroecosystem health
B Bradshaw, B Smit
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 64 (3), 245-260, 1997
401997
Community vulnerability to climate change in the context of other exposure-sensitivities in Kugluktuk, Nunavut
J Prno, B Bradshaw, J Wandel, T Pearce, B Smit, L Tozer
Polar Research 30 (1), 7363, 2011
392011
Impact and benefit agreements: are they working
J Prno, B Bradshaw, D LaPierre
Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Annual Conference …, 2010
232010
Les «Ententes sur les répercussions et les avantages» et le bien-être des communautés: Des occasions ratées?
C Knotsch, P Siebenmorgen, B Bradshaw
Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 40 (3), 59-68, 2010
172010
Why mining firms care: Determining corporate rationales for negotiating impact and benefit agreements
DM Lapierre, B Bradshaw
Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Conference, Edmonton, 2008
16*2008
The economics of conservation agriculture
D Knowler, B Bradshaw, D Gordon
Land and Water Division, FAO, Rome, 2001
152001
Subsidy removal and farm‐level stewardship in Northland
BEN BRADSHAW, C COCKLIN, B Smit
New Zealand Geographer 54 (2), 12-20, 1998
151998
Community forestry in British Columbia, Canada: The role of local community support and participation
K McIlveen, B Bradshaw
Local Environment 14 (2), 193-205, 2009
142009
Program evaluation in a northern Aboriginal setting: Assessing impact and benefit agreements
J Prno, B Bradshaw
Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development 6 (1), 61-77, 2008
132008
A preliminary review of British Columbia’s Community Forest Pilot Project
K McIlveen, B Bradshaw
Western Geography 15, 16, 2005
122005
Re-conceiving Impact and Benefit Agreements as instruments of Aboriginal community development in northern Ontario, Canada
P Siebenmorgen, B Bradshaw
Oil, Gas & Energy Law Journal (OGEL) 9 (4), 2011
112011
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