|Acceptance and support of the Australian carbon policy|
SJ Dreyer, I Walker
Social Justice Research 26 (3), 343-362, 2013
|Changing Tides: Acceptability, support, and perceptions of tidal energy in the United States|
SJ Dreyer, HJ Polis, LD Jenkins
Energy Research & Social Science 29, 72-83, 2017
|Economic and sociocultural impacts of fisheries closures in two fishing-dependent communities following the massive 2015 US West Coast harmful algal bloom|
J Ritzman, A Brodbeck, S Brostrom, S McGrew, S Dreyer, T Klinger, ...
Harmful Algae 80, 35-45, 2018
|Are acceptance, support, and the factors that affect them, different? Examining perceptions of US fuel economy standards|
SJ Dreyer, MF Teisl, SK McCoy
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 39, 65-75, 2015
|Sustainability science graduate students as boundary spanners|
SR Meyer, VR Levesque, KH Bieluch, ML Johnson, B McGreavy, S Dreyer, ...
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 6 (2), 344-353, 2016
|Australians' views on carbon pricing before and after the 2013 federal election|
SJ Dreyer, I Walker, SK McCoy, MF Teisl
Nature Climate Change 5 (12), 1064-1067, 2015
|Public willingness to pay and policy preferences for tidal energy research and development: a study of households in Washington State|
HJ Polis, SJ Dreyer, LD Jenkins
Ecological Economics 136, 213-225, 2017
|Harmful algal blooms and coastal communities: Socioeconomic impacts and actions taken to cope with the 2015 US West Coast domoic acid event|
SK Moore, SJ Dreyer, JA Ekstrom, K Moore, K Norman, T Klinger, ...
Harmful algae 96, 101799, 2020
|Harmful algal blooms: Identifying effective adaptive actions used in fishery-dependent communities in response to a protracted event|
KM Moore, EH Allison, SJ Dreyer, JA Ekstrom, SL Jardine, T Klinger, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 803, 2020
|Human dimensions of tidal energy: A review of theories and frameworks|
LD Jenkins, SJ Dreyer, HJ Polis, E Beaver, AA Kowalski, HL Linder, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 97, 323-337, 2018
|Towards a psychology of the food‐energy‐water nexus: Costs and opportunities|
SJ Dreyer, T Kurz, AMB Prosser, A Abrash Walton, K Dennings, I McNeill, ...
Journal of Social Issues 76 (1), 136-149, 2020
|Managing environmental effects of marine renewable energy development through regulator engagement data transferability|
M Freeman, A Copping, A Gorton, S Dreyer
Marine Energy Technology Symposium, 2018
|Fish, finances, and feasibility: Concerns about tidal energy development in the United States|
SJ Dreyer, E Beaver, HJ Polis, LD Jenkins
Energy Research & Social Science 53, 126-136, 2019
|Initiating an Investigation of the Border's Performance|
DL Davidson, S Dreyer, B Hammond
|The Perils of Explaining Climate Inaction in Terms of Psychological Barriers|
SJ Dreyer, T Kurz, A Prosser, AA Walton, K Dennings, I McNeill, DA Saber, ...
JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES 76 (1), 136-149, 2020
|SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR THE SALISH SEA|
SJ Breslow, L Kintner, S Dreyer, H Cole, L Anderson, K Biedenweg, ...
|Managing Environmental Effects to Facilitate Marine Renewable Energy Development|
A Copping, M Freeman, A Gorton, S Dreyer
Pacific Northwest National Lab.(PNNL), Richland, WA (United States), 2018
|Building fishing community resilience to harmful algal blooms|
K Moore, E Allison, S Dreyer, J Ekstrom, S Jardine, T Klinger, S Moore, ...
|Building resilience of coastal fishing communities to harmful algal blooms|
KM Moore, S Moore, S Dreyer, E Allison, S Jardine, T Klinger, J Ekstrom, ...
|Acceptance of and support for environmental policies|
The University of Maine, 2014