Andrea K. Gerlak focuses on Environmental resource management, Collaborative governance, Public administration, Learning sciences and Collaborative learning. Her study in Environmental resource management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ecosystem governance, Science policy, Boundary and Vulnerability. She has researched Collaborative governance in several fields, including Knowledge management, Stakeholder, Social capital and Adaptive capacity.
The Public administration study combines topics in areas such as Resource and Federalism, Politics. Her Learning sciences study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social learning and Scholarship. The various areas that Andrea K. Gerlak examines in her Collaborative learning study include State, Restoration ecology and Public relations.
Andrea K. Gerlak mostly deals with Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Public administration, Environmental governance and Drainage basin. Her work deals with themes such as Resource, Climate change, Vulnerability and Groundwater, which intersect with Environmental planning. The concepts of her Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Ecology, International waters, Integrated water resources management, Water resources and Adaptive capacity.
Collaborative learning is closely connected to Collaborative governance in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Adaptive capacity. Her study focuses on the intersection of Public administration and fields such as Agency with connections in the field of Earth system science. Her Environmental governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Typology, Politics and Scholarship.
Environmental planning, Environmental governance, Green infrastructure, Drainage basin and Public administration are her primary areas of study. Her Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vulnerability, Stakeholder, Climate change and Politics. Her Stakeholder research incorporates elements of Rural area, Collaborative governance, Inclusion–exclusion principle and Water resources.
Her Environmental governance research incorporates themes from Natural resource, Typology and Engineering ethics. Her Drainage basin study combines topics in areas such as Creativity, Intensive farming and Water resource management. Her Public administration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Power, Earth system science and Agency.
Andrea K. Gerlak mainly investigates Environmental planning, Urban resilience, Green infrastructure, Production and Environmental governance. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Small Island Developing States and Vulnerability. The study incorporates disciplines such as Politics, Biomass, Agricultural engineering, Photovoltaic system and Renewable energy in addition to Production.
Her Politics research includes themes of Drainage basin, Human resources and Developing country. Her research integrates issues of Structuring, Ecological systems theory and Knowledge management in her study of Environmental governance. She works mostly in the field of Scholarship, limiting it down to topics relating to Justice and, in certain cases, Public relations, Community engagement, Injustice and Discipline, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Agrivoltaics provide mutual benefits across the food–energy–water nexus in drylands
Nature Sustainability (2019)
Water resources data and information exchange in transboundary water treaties
Andrea K. Gerlak;Jonathan Lautze;Mark Giordano.
New directions in earth system governance research
Sarah Burch;Aarti Gupta;Cristina Y.A. Inoue;Agni Kalfagianni.
Science-policy processes for transboundary water governance.
Derek Armitage;Rob C de Loe;Michelle Morris;Tom W D Edwards.
Understanding Human–Landscape Interactions in the “Anthropocene”
Carol P. Harden;Anne Chin;Mary R. English;Rong Fu.
Environmental Management (2014)
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