Julia Ekstrom
Julia Ekstrom
California Department of Water Resources
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A framework to diagnose barriers to climate change adaptation
SC Moser, JA Ekstrom
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 107 (51), 22026-22031, 2010
Vulnerability and adaptation of US shellfisheries to ocean acidification
JA Ekstrom, L Suatoni, SR Cooley, LH Pendleton, GG Waldbusser, ...
Nature climate change 5 (3), 207-214, 2015
Solving the crisis in ocean governance: place-based management of marine ecosystems
OR Young, G Osherenko, J Ekstrom, LB Crowder, J Ogden, JA Wilson, ...
Environment: science and policy for sustainable development 49 (4), 20-32, 2007
Evaluating functional fit between a set of institutions and an ecosystem
JA Ekstrom, OR Young
Ecology and Society 14 (2), 2009
Ocean acidification risk assessment for Alaska’s fishery sector
JT Mathis, SR Cooley, N Lucey, S Colt, J Ekstrom, T Hurst, C Hauri, ...
Progress in Oceanography 136, 71-91, 2015
Identifying and overcoming barriers in urban climate adaptation: Case study findings from the San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
JA Ekstrom, SC Moser
Urban climate 9, 54-74, 2014
Coral Reefs and People in a High-CO2 World: Where Can Science Make a Difference to People?
L Pendleton, A Comte, C Langdon, JA Ekstrom, SR Cooley, L Suatoni, ...
PloS one 11 (11), e0164699, 2016
Marine and coastal ecosystem-based risk management handbook
R Cormier, A Kannen, M Elliott, P Hall, IM Davies
ICES Cooperative Research Reports (CRR), 2013
Analyzing the (mis) fit between the institutional and ecological networks of the Indo-West Pacific
EA Treml, PIJ Fidelman, S Kininmonth, JA Ekstrom, ÷ Bodin
Global Environmental Change 31, 263-271, 2015
Taking ownership of climate change: participatory adaptation planning in two local case studies from California
SC Moser, JA Ekstrom
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 1, 63-74, 2011
Adaptation finance archetypes: local governments' persistent challenges of funding adaptation to climate change and ways to overcome them.
SC Moser, JA Ekstrom, J Kim, S Heitsch
Ecology & Society 24 (2), 2019
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
Barriers to climate change adaption: a diagnostic framework: final project report
JA Ekstrom, SC Moser, M Tom
California Energy Commission, 2011
A tool to navigate overlaps in fragmented ocean governance
JA Ekstrom, OR Young, SD Gaines, M Gordon, BJ McCay
Marine Policy 33 (3), 532-535, 2009
Identifying and overcoming barriers to climate change adaptation in San Francisco Bay: Results from case studies
SC Moser, JA Ekstrom
Rising to the challenge: Results of the 2011 California coastal adaptation needs assessment
JA Hart, PM Grifman, SC Moser, A Abeles, MR Myers, SC Schlosser, ...
Institutions as key element to successful climate adaptation processes: results from the San Francisco Bay Area
JA Ekstrom, SC Moser
Successful adaptation to climate change, 97-113, 2013
Examining harmful algal blooms through a disaster risk management lens: A case study of the 2015 US West Coast domoic acid event
JA Ekstrom, SK Moore, T Klinger
Harmful Algae 94, 101740, 2020
Mapping seascapes of international environmental arrangements in the Coral Triangle
P Fidelman, JA Ekstrom
Marine Policy 36 (5), 993-1004, 2012
Our changing climate 2012: vulnerability & adaptation to the increasing risks from climate change in California
SC Moser, J Ekstrom, G Franco
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