Kate Sherren
Kate Sherren
School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University
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Mind the sustainability gap
J Fischer, AD Manning, W Steffen, DB Rose, K Daniell, A Felton, S Garnett, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 22 (12), 621-624, 2007
2162007
Adaptive capacity and learning to learn as leverage for social–ecological resilience
I Fazey, JA Fazey, J Fischer, K Sherren, J Warren, RF Noss, SR Dovers
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5 (7), 375-380, 2007
2042007
Reversing a tree regeneration crisis in an endangered ecoregion
J Fischer, J Stott, A Zerger, G Warren, K Sherren, RI Forrester
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (25), 10386-10391, 2009
1702009
Core issues:Reflections on sustainability in Australian university coursework programs
K Sherren
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 7 (4), 400-413, 2006
902006
A history of the future of higher education for sustainable development
K Sherren
Environmental Education Research 14 (3), 238-256, 2008
622008
Navigating conflicting landscape aspirations: application of a photo-based Q-method in Transylvania (Central Romania)
AI Milcu, K Sherren, J Hanspach, D Abson, J Fischer
Land Use Policy 41, 408-422, 2014
592014
Managing the grazing landscape: Insights for agricultural adaptation from a mid-drought photo-elicitation study in the Australian sheep-wheat belt
K Sherren, J Fischer, I Fazey
Agricultural systems 106 (1), 72-83, 2012
542012
Balancing the disciplines: A multidisciplinary perspective on sustainability curriculum content
K Sherren
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 21, 97-106, 2005
502005
Using photography to elicit grazier values and management practices relating to tree survival and recruitment
K Sherren, J Fischer, R Price
Land Use Policy 27 (4), 1056-1067, 2010
452010
Toward landscape‐wide conservation outcomes in Australia's temperate grazing region
J Fischer, K Sherren, J Stott, A Zerger, G Warren, J Stein
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (2), 69-74, 2010
402010
Collaborative research on sustainability: Myths and conundrums of interdisciplinary departments
K Sherren, AS Klovdahl, L Robin, L Butler, S Dovers
Journal of Research Practice 5 (1), Article M1, 2009
302009
Is there a sustainability canon?
K Sherren
The Environmentalist 27 (3), 341-347, 2007
272007
Modeling fire susceptibility to delineate wildland–urban interface for municipal-scale fire risk management
E Whitman, E Rapaport, K Sherren
Environmental management 52 (6), 1427-1439, 2013
252013
Integration by case, place and process: transdisciplinary research for sustainable grazing in the Lachlan River catchment, Australia
K Sherren, J Fischer, H Clayton, J Schirmer, S Dovers
Landscape Ecology 25 (8), 1219-1230, 2010
252010
Canadian STARS-rated campus sustainability plans: Priorities, plan creation and design
L Lidstone, T Wright, K Sherren
Sustainability 7 (1), 725-746, 2015
232015
Australian graziers value sparse trees in their pastures: A viewshed analysis of photo-elicitation
K Sherren, J Fischer, J Pink, J Stott, J Stein, HJ Yoon
Society and Natural Resources 24 (4), 412-422, 2011
222011
A Tale of Two (or More) Sustainabilities: A Q Methodology Study of University Professors’ Perspectives on Sustainable Universities
P Sylvestre, T Wright, K Sherren
Sustainability 6 (3), 1521-1543, 2014
212014
Learning (or living) to love the landscapes of hydroelectricity in Canada: eliciting local perspectives on the Mactaquac Dam via headpond boat tours
K Sherren, TM Beckley, JR Parkins, RC Stedman, K Keilty, I Morin
Energy Research & Social Science 14, 102-110, 2016
202016
Exploring faculty conceptualizations of sustainability in higher education: Cultural barriers to organizational change and potential resolutions
P Sylvestre, T Wright, K Sherren
Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 7 (2), 223-244, 2013
192013
What can photo-elicitation tell us about how Maritime farmers perceive wetlands as climate changes?
K Sherren, C Verstraten
Wetlands 33 (1), 65-81, 2013
192013
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