Publications

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ARTICLES
Rautenbach, C., & Blair, B. (2021). Marine Meteorological forecasts for Coastal Ocean Users–Perceptions, Usability and Uptake. Geoscience Communication. 4(3):361-381.

Blair, B., & Kofinas, G. P. (2020). Cross-scale risk perception: differences between tribal leaders and resource managers in Arctic Alaska. Ecology and Society, 25(4):9.


Blair, B., & Lovecraft, A. L. (2020). Risks Without Borders: A Cultural Consensus Model of Risks to Sustainability in Rapidly Changing Social–Ecological Systems. Sustainability, 12(6), 2446.


Blair, B., Lee, O. A., & Lamers, M. (2020). Four Paradoxes of the User–Provider Interface: A Responsible Innovation Framework for Sea Ice Services. Sustainability, 12(2), 448.


Blair, B., A. L. Lovecraft, and G. P. Kofinas. 2014. Meeting Institutional Criteria for Social Resilience: A Nested Risk System Model. Ecology and Society 19(4): 36.

under review:
Blair, B., Malte, M., Palerme, C., Blair, R., Crookall, D., Knoll-Kauffman, M., Lamers, M. (in review). Coproducing Sea-Ice Predictions Using Simulation-Gaming. Weather, Climate and Society.

Blair, B., Gierisch, A.M.U., Jeuring, J., Olsen, S.M., Lamers, M. (in review) Mind the gap! A consensus analysis of users and producers on the usability of new sea-ice information. Climate Services.


in preparation:

Oen, A.,Máñez, M.,Neset, T.,West, J.,Votsis, A.,Lee, K.,Menke, I.,Photiadou, C.,Pimentel, R.,Rodriguez-Camino, E.,Suhari, M.,Cheval, S.,Tudose, N., Blair, B., Jeuring, J.,Schuck-Zöller,
S.,Gao, C., Celliers , L.,Columbié, Y.J. (forthcoming) Co-Designing Climate Services – The diversity of best practices.


BOOK CHAPTERS
Blair, B., Lovecraft, A., Hum, R. (2018). The Disaster Chronotope: Spatial and Temporal Learning in Governance of Extreme Events. In S. Bonati., L.M.Calandra, and G. Forino (Eds.) New Trends for Governance of Risks and Disasters: Theory and Practice. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxfordshire, U.K.


SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, WHITE PAPERS
Blair, B. and Muller-Stoffels, M. (2019). Maritime Futures 2035: The Arctic Region: Workshop Report & Technical Documentation. Wageningen University. [URL]

Lamers, M.A.J., Knol, M., Müller, M., Blair, B., Jeuring, J.H.G., Rasmussen, T. and Sivle, A., (2018). Enhancing the Saliency of climate services for marine mobility sectors in European Arctic seas (SALIENSEAS): Stakeholder Advisory Group workshop report. Wageningen University. [URL]

Lovecraft, A.L., Fresco, N., Cost, D., Blair, B. (2018). Northern Alaska Scenarios Project Report. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks. [URL]

Preston, B.L., Lovecraft, A.L., Cost, D., Blair, B, Lee, O., Hillmer-Pegram, K., Wesche, S., Hum, R., Absar, M., Ernst, K., Fresco, N. (2017). Scenarios Thinking for the Bering / Chukchi / Beaufort Region. In Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) of the Arctic Council, Oslo, Norway. [URL]

Menezes, D.R., Milheres, C., Field, T., Blair, B., Mutual, A. (2017) Closing the STEM skills gap inquiry: Written Evidence Submitted to the U.K. Parliament Science and Technology Committee. The Honourable the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament Assembled.

MONOGRAPHS
Blair, B. (2017). Toward Arctic Transitions and Sustainability: Modeling Risks and Resilience Across Scales of Governance. University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Blair, B. (2010). Risk Society On The Last Frontier: Indigenous Knowledge And The Politics Of Risk In Oil Resource Management At Alaska’s North Slope. University of Alaska Fairbanks.

PUBLIC INTEREST
Blair, B. (2019). Climate Vulnerability Index for World Heritage: From Orkney to the Arctic. Polar Research and Policy Initiative. [URL]

Blair, B. (2017). U.S. Arcticness 150 Years After the Alaska Purchase. Polar Research and Policy Initiative. [URL].

Blair, B. (2016). Beyond Transitions: US Arctic Leadership and the Future for Climate-Displaced Populations. Polar Research and Policy Initiative. [URL].