Emma L. Tompkins mostly deals with Environmental resource management, Climate change, Public economics, Political economy of climate change and Resource. Her Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Ecological systems theory, Stakeholder, Stakeholder analysis and Adaptive capacity. Her Ecological systems theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Socio-ecological system, Adaptive management, Ecosystem management and Ecological resilience.
Emma L. Tompkins conducted interdisciplinary study in her works that combined Climate change and Normative. Her Public economics research integrates issues from Private sector, Social transformation and Externality. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Process, Sustainability, Political capital, Transaction cost and Political economy, in her Resource studies.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental resource management, Climate change, Environmental planning, Adaptive capacity and Political economy of climate change. Her work deals with themes such as Resource management, Stakeholder, Sustainable development, Natural resource management and Sustainability, which intersect with Environmental resource management. Her Sustainability study incorporates themes from Ecological systems theory and Environmental change.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Resource, Coastal management, Public economics and Public policy in addition to Climate change. Her studies deal with areas such as Anthropocene and Coastal zone as well as Environmental planning. Her studies deal with areas such as Agriculture and Climate risk as well as Adaptive capacity.
Emma L. Tompkins mainly focuses on Environmental planning, Climate change, Environmental resource management, Agriculture and Hazard. Her study in the field of Coastal management also crosses realms of Psychological intervention and Coastal flood. Her studies in Climate change integrate themes in fields like International development and Greenhouse gas.
Her Agriculture study also includes
Water resource management, which have a strong connection to Sustainability, Environmental change and Adaptive capacity,
Natural resource economics which intersects with area such as Extreme heat and Rice crop. The Sustainability study combines topics in areas such as Resource and Environmental engineering. Her research on Hazard also deals with topics like
Development economics and related Local government and Economic growth,
Stakeholder that connect with fields like Public engagement.
Her primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Environmental planning, Flood myth, Sustainability and Agroforestry. Her research on Climate change frequently links to adjacent areas such as Public policy. The various areas that Emma L. Tompkins examines in her Environmental planning study include Policy implementation and Urban agglomeration.
Her research integrates issues of Sea level, Physical geography, Flooding and Subsidence in her study of Flood myth. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Environmental resource management and Sustainability. Her Agroforestry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Productivity, Natural resource economics, Livelihood and Subsistence agriculture.
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Successful adaptation to climate change across scales
Does Adaptive Management of Natural Resources Enhance Resilience to Climate Change
Public participation and climate change adaptation: avoiding the illusion of inclusion
The Political Economy of Cross-Scale Networks in Resource Co- Management
Observed adaptation to climate change: UK evidence of transition to a well-adapting society
Defining response capacity to enhance climate change policy
Trade-off analysis for marine protected area management
Resilience implications of policy responses to climate change
Scenario-based stakeholder engagement: incorporating stakeholders preferences into coastal planning for climate change
Planning for climate change in small islands: Insights from national hurricane preparedness in the Cayman Islands
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