Featured Publications

Julian Clifton:

Pauli, N., Clifton, J., Elrick-Barr, C. (2023). Evaluating marine areas in Fiji. Nature Sustainability DOI:10.1038.s41893-023-01136-2 

Zimmerhackel, J.S., Clifton, J., Ackermann, F., Burton, M., Elrick-Barr, C.E., Hill, G., Harvey, E.S. (2023). A framework for the integrated assessment of social and economic values associated with man-made marine structures. Marine Policy 152: 105612 DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2023.105612 

Elrick-Barr, C.E., Clifton, J., Cuttler, M., Perry, C., Rogers, A.B. (2023). Understanding coastal social values through citizen science: the example of Coastsnap in Western Australia. Ocean and Coastal Management 238: 106563 DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2023.106563 

Elrick-Barr, C.E., Zimmerhackel, J.S., Hill, G., Clifton, J., Ackermann, F., Burton, M., Harvey, E.S. (2022). Man-made structures in the marine environment: a review of stakeholders’ social and economic values and perceptions. Environmental Science & Policy 129: 12-18 DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2021.12.006 

King, C., Iba, W., Clifton, J. (2021). Reimagining resilience: COVID-19 and marine tourism in Indonesia. Current Issues in Tourism 24(19): 2784-2800 DOI: 10.1080/13683500.2021.1873920 

Clifton, J., Osman, E.O., Suggett, D.J., Smith, D.J. (2021). Resolving conservation and development tensions in a small island developing state: a governance analysis of Curieuse Marine National Park, Seychelles. Marine Policy 127:103617 DOI: 10.​1016/​j.​marpol.​2019.​103617 

González-Bernat, M.J., Clifton, J. (2021). A governance analysis of two marine protected areas in the Pacific Region of Guatemala: the Multiple Use Area of Monterrico and the Private Reserve La Chorrera-Manchón Guamuchal. Marine Policy 127: 103625 DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2019.103625 

González-Bernat, M.J., Clifton, J. (2021). A governance analysis of Guatemala’s first recognized marine protected area: The Wildlife Refuge of Punta de Manabique (RVSPM). Marine Policy 127: 103626  DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2019.103626 

Pyke, M., Close, P., Dobbs, R., Toussaint, S., Smith, B., Cox, Z., Cox, D., George, K., McCarthy, P., Angus, B., Riley, E., Clifton, J. (2021). ‘Clean him up…make him look like he did before’: Australian Aboriginal management of wetlands with implications for conservation, restoration and multiple evidence base negotiations. Wetlands 41:28 DOI: 10.1007/s13157-021-01410-z 

Yunitawati, D., Clifton, J. (2021). Governance in the early stages of marine protected area development: a case study of Nusa Penida District Marine Conservation Area, Indonesia. Marine Policy 127: 103653 DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2019.103653 

Verde Selva, G., Pauli, N., Clifton, J., Kim, M.K., (2021). A framework for analysing ecological fiscal transfers: case studies from the Brazilian Atlantic forest. Journal of Latin American Studies DOI:10.1017/S0022216X21000018  

Verde Selva, G., Pauli, N., Kim, M.K., Clifton, J. (2020). Opportunity for change or reinforcing inequality? Power, governance and equity implications of government payments for conservation in Brazil. Environmental Science & Policy 105, 102-112  DOI:10.1016/j.envsci.2020.01.001 

Jay Emery:

Emery, J., Powell, R., & Crookes, L. (2023). Class, affect, margins. The Sociological Review, 71(2), 283-295.

Bennett, K., & Emery, J. (2023). Emotional. In Concise Encyclopedia of Human Geography (pp. 125-130). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Emery, Jay (2022) Heterogeneities of England’s deindustrializing towns: comparative urbanisms in territories of relegation. In: Desindustrialización: memoria, patrimonio y representaciones. Ediciones Trea.

Emery, J. (2022). Urban trauma in the ruins of industrial culture: Miners’ Welfares of the Nottinghamshire coalfield, UK. Social & Cultural Geography, 23(5), 639-659.

Emery, J., Pattison, J., Simpson, K., Thomlinson, N., & Jackson, L. (2022). Practices and negotiations of belonging in the deindustrialising coalfields: navigating school, education and memory through a time of transformation. In Education, Work and Social Change in Britain’s Former Coalfield Communities: The Ghost of Coal (pp. 223-244). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Emery, J. (2020). After coal: Affective-temporal processes of belonging and alienation in the deindustrializing Nottinghamshire coalfield, UK. Frontiers in Sociology, 5, 38.

Emery, J. (2019). Geographies of deindustrialization and the working‐class: Industrial ruination, legacies, and affect. Geography Compass, 13(2), e12417.

Emery, J. (2019). 'That once romantic now utterly disheartening (former) colliery town': The affective politics of heritage, memory, place and regeneration in Mansfield, UK. Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, 6(2-3), 219-240.

Emery, J. (2018). Belonging, memory and history in the north Nottinghamshire coalfield. Journal of Historical Geography, 59, 77-89.

Dr Harriet Moore:

Moore, H.E., Hill, B., Siriwardena, N., Law, G., Thomas, C., Gussy, M., Spaight, R. and Tanser, F., 2022. An exploration of factors characterising unusual spatial clusters of COVID-19 cases in the East Midlands region, UK: a geospatial analysis of ambulance 999 data. Landscape and Urban Planning219, p.104299.

Moore, H.E., Siriwardena, A.N., Gussy, M., Tanser, F., Hill, B. and Spaight, R., 2021. Mental health emergencies and COVID-19: the impact of ‘lockdown’in the East Midlands of the UK. BJPsych Open7(4).

Moore, H.E., Hill, B., Siriwardena, A.N., Tanser, F. and Spaight, R., 2021. Rethinking the health implications of society-environment relationships in built areas: an assessment of the Access to Healthy and Hazards Index in the context of COVID-19. Landscape and Urban Planning, p.104265.

Moore, H.E. and Rutherfurd, I.D., 2017. Lack of maintenance is a major challenge for stream restoration projects. River Research and Applications33(9), pp.1387-1399.

Moore, H.E., Rutherfurd, I.D., Peel, M.C. and Horne, A., 2020. ‘Sub-Prime’Water, Low-Security Entitlements and Policy Challenges in Over-Allocated River Basins: the Case of the Murray–Darling Basin. Environmental Management, pp.1-16.

Moore, H.E. and Boldero, J., 2017. Designing interventions that last: a classification of environmental behaviors in relation to the activities, costs, and effort involved for adoption and maintenance. Frontiers in psychology8, p.1874.


Dr Andrew Kythreotis:

Kythreotis, AP & Mercer, TG (2020) Collaborative education as a new ‘urban’ civil politics of climate change. In Castán Broto, V, Robin, E & While, A (2020) Climate urbanism: towards a critical research agenda. Palgrave Macmillan, London. 

Mercer, TG & Kythreotis, AP (2020) Towards Citizen Governance for Climate Change Education and Justice: a Science-Policy Perspective.  In Hanna, E, Hemstock, S & Myers, S (2020) Moana – Water of Life: Navigating Climate Change for Planetary Health. Emerald, Bingley, UK.

Kythreotis, AP, Mercer, TG, Jonas, AEG & Marsden, TK (2020) Rethinking urban adaptation as a scalar geopolitics of climate governance: climate policy in the devolved territories of the United Kingdom. Territory, Politics and Governance.

Howarth, C, Morse-Jones, S, Kythreotis, AP, Brooks, K & Lane, M (2020) Informing UK governance and resilience to climate risks: improving the local evidence base. Climatic Change.

Kythreotis, AP, Jonas, AEG & Howarth, C (2020) Locating climate adaptation in urban and regional studies. Regional Studies, 54(4): 576-588.

Kythreotis, AP, Mantyka-Pringle, CS, Mercer, TG, Whitmarsh, L, Paavola, J, Corner, A, Chambers, CD, Miller, BA & Castree, N (2019) Citizen Social Science for more integrative and effective climate action: a science-policy perspective. Frontiers in Environmental Science,

Kythreotis, AP (2018). Reimagining the urban as dystopic resilient spaces: scalar materialities in climate knowledge, planning and politics. In: Ward, K, Jonas, AEG, Miller, B and Wilson, D (eds.) The Routledge Handbook on Spaces of Urban Politics. Routledge, London.

Howarth, C, Morse-Jones, S, Brook, K & Kythreotis, AP (2018) Co-producing UK climate change adaptation policy: an analysis of the 2012 and 2017 UK Climate Change Risk Assessments. Environmental Science & Policy, 89: 412-420.

Kythreotis, AP & Bristow, GI (2017) The ‘resilience trap’: exploring the practical utility of resilience for climate change adaptation in UK city-regions. Regional Studies, 51 (10): 1530-1541.


Dr Matthew Hannaford:

Hannaford, M.J., Beck, K.K. Rainfall variability in southeast and west-central Africa during the Little Ice Age: do documentary and proxy records agree?. Climatic Change 168, 11 (2021).

Hannaford, M., Climate Change and Society in Southern African History. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History.

Van Bavel, B., Curtis, D.R., Dijkman, J., Hannaford, M., de Keyzer, M., Van Onacker, E. and Soens, T., 2020. Disasters and History: The Vulnerability and Resilience of Past Societies. Cambridge University Press.

Van Bavel, B.J., Curtis, D.R., Hannaford, M.J., Moatsos, M., Roosen, J. and Soens, T., 2019. Climate and society in long‐term perspective: Opportunities and pitfalls in the use of historical datasets. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change10(6), p.e611.

Hannaford, M.J., 2018. Long-term drivers of vulnerability and resilience to drought in the Zambezi-Save area of Southern Africa, 1505–1830. Global and planetary change166, pp.94-106.

Adamson, G.C., Hannaford, M.J. and Rohland, E.J., 2018. Re-thinking the present: The role of a historical focus in climate change adaptation research. Global Environmental Change48, pp.195-205.

Hannaford, M.J. and Nash, D.J., 2016. Climate, history, society over the last millennium in southeast Africa. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change7(3), pp.370-392.


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