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Acceptance and support of the Australian carbon policy
SJ Dreyer, I Walker
Social Justice Research 26, 343-362, 2013
962013
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
862018
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
662017
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
412020
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
352015
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, 344-353, 2016
302016
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
262017
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
242020
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
222015
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
162018
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
92020
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
52019
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
32018
Hospital food waste: reducing waste and cost to our health care system and environment
DA Saber, R Azizi, S Dreyer, D Sanford, H Nadeau
OJIN 27 (1), 2022
22022
Acceptance of and support for environmental policies
SJ Dreyer
The University of Maine, 2014
22014
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
12018
Initiating an Investigation of the Border's Performance
DL Davidson, S Dreyer, B Hammond
12008
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
2020
SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR THE SALISH SEA
SJ Breslow, L Kintner, S Dreyer, H Cole, L Anderson, K Biedenweg, ...
2019
Building fishing community resilience to harmful algal blooms
K Moore, E Allison, S Dreyer, J Ekstrom, S Jardine, T Klinger, S Moore, ...
2018
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