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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
The role of social license in conservation
D Kendal, RM Ford
Conservation Biology, 2018
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
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
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
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 (6), 1149-1162, 2009
How can social acceptability research in Australian forests inform social licence to operate
RM Ford, KJH Williams
Forestry, 2016
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
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
Understanding resident's views on land use change
K Williams, C Dunn, R Ford, N Anderson
Unrelenting games: Multiple negotiations and landscape transformations in the tropical peatlands of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
World Development, 2019
Core values underpin attributes of forests that matter to people
N Anderson, RM Ford, LT Bennett, C Nitschke, KJH Williams
Forestry, 2018
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