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Rebecca M Ford
Rebecca M Ford
Senior Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
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Delocalizing Communities: Changing Forms of Community Engagement in Natural Resources Governance
HR Ojha, R Ford, RJ Keenan, D Race, D Carias Vega, H Baral, P Sapkota
World Development 87, 274-290, 2016
1782016
Gender, Agrobiodiversity, and Climate Change: A Study of Adaptation Practices in the Nepal Himalayas
B Bhattarai, R Beilin, Ruth, Ford
World Development 70, 122-132, 2015
1752015
Exploring multiple dimensions of values and valuing: a conceptual framework for mapping and translating values for social-ecological research and practice
A Rawluk, R Ford, N Anderson, K Williams
Sustainability Science, 2019
962019
A value basis for the social acceptability of clearfelling in Tasmania, Australia
RM Ford, KJH Williams, ID Bishop, T Webb
Landscape and Urban Planning 90 (3-4), 196-206, 2009
932009
Community perceptions of plantation forestry: The association between place meanings and social representations of a contentious rural land use
NM Anderson, KJH Williams, RM Ford
Journal of Environmental Psychology 34, 121-136, 2013
882013
Beauty, belief, and trust: toward a model of psychological processes in public acceptance of forest management
RM Ford, KJH Williams, EL Smith, ID Bishop
Environment and Behavior 46 (4), 476-506, 2014
602014
Guinea pig or pioneer: Translating global environmental objectives through to local actions in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia's REDD+ pilot province
A Sanders
Global Environmental Change 42, 68-81, 2017
592017
Realism and selectivity in data-driven visualisations: A process for developing viewer-oriented landscape surrogates
KJH Williams, RM Ford, ID Bishop, D Loiterton, J Hickey
Landscape and urban planning 81 (3), 213-224, 2007
542007
How can social acceptability research in Australian forests inform social licence to operate
RM Ford, KJH Williams
Forestry, 2016
532016
The VALS: A new tool to measure people's general valued attributes of landscapes
D Kendal, R Ford, N Anderson, A Farrar
Journal of Environmental Management 163, 224-233, 2015
512015
Contested beliefs about land-use are associated with divergent representations of a rural landscape as place
NM Anderson, RM Ford, KJH Williams
Landscape and Urban Planning 157, 75-89, 2017
502017
Public values for integration in natural disaster management and planning: A case study from Victoria, Australia
A Rawluk, RM Ford, FL Neolaka, KJ Williams
Journal of Environmental Management, 2016
472016
The role of social license in conservation
D Kendal, RM Ford
Conservation Biology, 2018
442018
Scenario Chooser: An interactive approach to eliciting public landscape preferences
EL Smith, ID Bishop, KJH Williams, RM Ford
Landscape and urban planning 106 (3), 230-243, 2012
432012
Effects of information on the social acceptability of alternatives to clearfelling in Australian wet eucalypt forests
RM Ford, KJH Williams, ID Bishop, JE Hickey
Environmental management 44, 1149-1162, 2009
382009
Public judgements of the social acceptability of silvicultural alternatives in Tasmanian wet eucalypt forests
RM Ford, KJH Williams, ID Bishop, JE Hickey
Australian Forestry 72 (4), 157-171, 2009
372009
Unrelenting games: Multiple negotiations and landscape transformations in the tropical peatlands of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Sanders
World Development, 2019
282019
Value-based scenario planning: exploring multifaceted values in natural disaster planning and management
A Rawluk, RM Ford, KJH Williams
Ecology and Society 23 (4), 2018
282018
Managing values in disaster planning: Current strategies, challenges and opportunities for incorporating values of the public
RM Ford, A Rawluk, KJH Williams
Land Use Policy 81, 131-142, 2019
242019
Clearfell controversies and alternative timber harvest designs: How acceptability perceptions vary between Tasmania and the US Pacific Northwest
RG Ribe, RM Ford, KJH Williams
Journal of environmental management 114, 46-62, 2013
242013
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