|Reconceptualising adaptation to climate change as part of pathways of change and response|
RM Wise, I Fazey, MS Smith, SE Park, HC Eakin, ERMA Van Garderen, ...
Global environmental change 28, 325-336, 2014
|Ten essentials for action-oriented and second order energy transitions, transformations and climate change research|
I Fazey, N Schäpke, G Caniglia, J Patterson, J Hultman, B Van Mierlo, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 40, 54-70, 2018
|Values, rules and knowledge: adaptation as change in the decision context|
R Gorddard, MJ Colloff, RM Wise, D Ware, M Dunlop
Environmental Science & Policy 57, 60-69, 2016
|Past and future adaptation pathways|
I Fazey, RM Wise, C Lyon, C Câmpeanu, P Moug, TE Davies
Climate and Development 8 (1), 26-44, 2016
|Carbon‐accounting methods and reforestation incentives|
OJ Cacho, RL Hean, RM Wise
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 47 (2), 153-179, 2003
|Framing the application of adaptation pathways for rural livelihoods and global change in eastern Indonesian islands|
JRA Butler, W Suadnya, K Puspadi, Y Sutaryono, RM Wise, TD Skewes, ...
Global Environmental Change 28, 368-382, 2014
|An integrative research framework for enabling transformative adaptation|
MJ Colloff, B Martín-López, S Lavorel, B Locatelli, R Gorddard, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 68, 87-96, 2017
|Integrating top-down and bottom-up adaptation planning to build adaptive capacity: a structured learning approach|
JRA Butler, RM Wise, TD Skewes, EL Bohensky, N Peterson, W Suadnya, ...
Coastal Management 43 (4), 346-364, 2015
|Ecological mechanisms underpinning climate adaptation services|
S Lavorel, MJ Colloff, S Mcintyre, MD Doherty, HT Murphy, DJ Metcalfe, ...
Global change biology 21 (1), 12-31, 2015
|Costs, benefits and management options for an invasive alien tree species: The case of mesquite in the Northern Cape, South Africa|
RM Wise, BW Van Wilgen, DC Le Maitre
Journal of Arid Environments 84, 80-90, 2012
|The sustainable development goals: A case study|
A Fleming, RM Wise, H Hansen, L Sams
Marine Policy 86, 94-103, 2017
|Bioeconomic modeling for control of weeds in natural environments|
OJ Cacho, RM Wise, SM Hester, JA Sinden
Ecological Economics 65 (3), 559-568, 2008
|Carbon monitoring costs and their effect on incentives to sequester carbon through forestry|
OJ Cacho, RM Wise, KG MacDicken
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 9 (3), 273-293, 2004
|Scenario planning to leap-frog the Sustainable Development Goals: An adaptation pathways approach|
JRA Butler, EL Bohensky, W Suadnya, Y Yanuartati, T Handayani, ...
Climate Risk Management 12, 83-99, 2016
|Building resilient pathways to transformation when “no one is in charge” insights from Australia's Murray-Darling Basin|
N Abel, RM Wise, MJ Colloff, BH Walker, JRA Butler, P Ryan, C Norman, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
|Priming adaptation pathways through adaptive co-management: design and evaluation for developing countries|
JRA Butler, W Suadnya, Y Yanuartati, S Meharg, RM Wise, Y Sutaryono, ...
Climate Risk Management 12, 1-16, 2016
|The economic impact and appropriate management of selected invasive alien species on the African continent|
RM Wise, BW Van Wilgen, MP Hill, F Schulthess, D Tweddle, ...
Global Invasive Species Programme 19 (2), 282-295, 2007
|Trajectories of exposure and vulnerability of small islands to climate change|
VKE Duvat, AK Magnan, RM Wise, JE Hay, I Fazey, J Hinkel, T Stojanovic, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (6), e478, 2017
|Integrating socio-economic and biophysical data to support water allocations within river basins: An example from the Inkomati Water Management Area in South Africa|
WJ De Lange, RM Wise, GG Forsyth, A Nahman
Environmental modelling & software 25 (1), 43-50, 2010
|Tree–crop interactions and their environmental and economic implications in the presence of carbon-sequestration payments|
R Wise, O Cacho
Environmental Modelling & Software 20 (9), 1139-1148, 2005