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Climate adaptation planning
Nuclear waste management
Longterm stewardship of contaminated sites
Moser, S., Dow, K., and Tuler, S. 2017. Out of harm’s way: Challenges in reducing current and future coastal risk exposure. In R. Kaspserson (ed), Risk conundrums: Solving unsolvable problems. NY: Earthscan. Pp. 189-206.
Tuler, S., Dow, K., Webler, T., Whitehead, J. (2016). Learning through participatory modeling: Reflections on what it means and how it is measured. In: S. Grey and M. Paolisso, R. Jordan, S. Grey (eds.), Including Stakeholders in Environmental Modeling. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
Kettle, N. P., Dow, K., Tuler, S., Webler, T., Whitehead, J., & Miller, K. M. 2014. Integrating scientific and local knowledge to inform risk-based management approaches for climate adaptation, Climate Risk Management 4-5:17-31.
Tuler, S. and Kasperson, R. 2013. Social distrust and its implications for risk communication: An example from high level radioactive waste management. In: Joe Arvai and Louis Rivers (eds.), Recent advances in risk communication theory and practice. Washington: Earthscan.
Tuler, S. 2012. Institutional preferences for justice, avoiding harm, and expertise in public health policy making about the health consequences of iodine-131 nuclear weapons testing fallout. In S. Quigley, A. Lowman, S. Wing (eds.),Tortured science: Health studies, ethics, and nuclear weapons in the United States. Amitysville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.
Rosa, Eugene A., Tuler, S. P., Fischhoff, B., Webler, T., Friedman, S. M., Sclove, R. E., Shrader-Frechette, K., English, M. R., Kasperson, R. E., Goble, R. L., Leschine, T. M., Freudenburg, W., Chess, C., Perrow, C., Erikson, K., and Short, J. F. 2010. Nuclear waste: Knowledge waste?, Science 329(5993):762–763.
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