Deborah Cleland
Deborah Cleland
School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)
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Willingness to exit the artisanal fishery as a response to scenarios of declining catch or increasing monetary incentives
RN Muallil, RC Geronimo, D Cleland, RB Cabral, MV Doctor, ...
Fisheries Research 111 (1-2), 74-81, 2011
Socioeconomic factors associated with fishing pressure in small-scale fisheries along the West Philippine Sea biogeographic region
RN Muallil, D Cleland, PM Aliño
Ocean & coastal management 82, 27-33, 2013
Simulating the dynamics of subsistence fishing communities: REEFGAME as a learning and data-gathering computer-assisted role-play game
D Cleland, A Dray, P Perez, A Cruz-Trinidad, R Geronimo
Simulation & Gaming 43 (1), 102-117, 2012
Coupling biophysical and socioeconomic models for coral reef systems in Quintana Roo, Mexican Caribbean
J Melbourne-Thomas, CR Johnson, P Perez, J Eustache, EA Fulton, ...
Ecology and Society 16 (3), 2011
A reflective lens: applying critical systems thinking and visual methods to ecohealth research
D Cleland, C Wyborn
EcoHealth 7 (4), 414-424, 2010
An agent-based model to address coastal management issues in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
P Perez, A Dray, D Cheland, JE Ariaz-Gonzalez
Fences and windows: using visual methods to explore conflicts in land and seascape management
C Wyborn, D Clealand
Tackling wicked problems through transdisciplinary imagination, first …, 2010
‘Why can’t we help protect children too?’Stigma by association among community workers in child protection and its consequences
S Hamilton, D Cleland, V Braithwaite
Community Development Journal 55 (3), 452-472, 2020
Practice makes perfect (unpublished honours thesis)
D Cleland
An iterative approach to coral reef management, 2007
Rehearsing inclusive participation through fishery stakeholder workshops in the Philippines
D Cleland, RO San Jose
Conservation and Society 16 (3), 351-362, 2018
A playful shift: Field-based experimental games offer insight into capacity reduction in small-scale fisheries
D Cleland
Ocean & Coastal Management 144, 129-137, 2017
Restorative environmental justice: An introduction
J Braithwaite, M Forsyth, D Cleland
Environmental Justice Restoring the Future Towards a Restorative …, 2019
SimReef and ReefGame: gaming for integrated reef research and management
D Cleland, A Dray, P Perez, R Geronimo
Viable metaphors: the art of participatory modelling for communicating sustainability science
D Cleland
Knowledge Management for Development Journal 13 (1), 39-55, 2017
“Fair to me, fair to us, or fair to you?” Unresolved conflict between government and graduates over Australia’s tertiary education loans
V Braithwaite, E Ahmed, D Cleland
Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 1-17, 2020
One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish: the use of simple agent-based models and role-play games to communicate key messages to community groups
D Cleland, R Geronimo, A Dray, P Perez, A Trinidad
Fishing for a Career: Alternative Livelihoods and the Hardheaded Art of Academic Failure
D Cleland
Journal of Working-Class Studies 2 (2), 155-167, 2017
Just a game? Playing in pursuit of sustainability, inclusion and justice in small-scale fisheries in the Philippines
D Cleland
The Australian National University, 2017
If Wishes Were Fishes: Hope Sustaining Action in Sustainable Marine Management
D Cleland
Griffith REVIEW, 142-150, 2011
Building capacity in coral reef science: An anthology of CRTR scholars' research 2010
D Cleland, J Melbourne-Thomas, M King, G Sheehan
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