Asim Zia
Asim Zia
Professor of Public Policy & Computer Science, Department of Community Development and
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Governance Networks: Serving the Public Interest Across Sectors
C Koliba, JW Meek, A Zia
CRC, 2009
Acknowledging conservation trade‐offs and embracing complexity
PD Hirsch, WM Adams, JP Brosius, A Zia, N Bariola, JL Dammert
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 259-264, 2011
Accountability in governance networks: An assessment of public, private, and nonprofit emergency management practices following Hurricane Katrina
CJ Koliba, RM Mills, A Zia
Public Administration Review 71 (2), 210-220, 2011
Evaluating the effects of ideology on public understanding of climate change science: How to improve communication across ideological divides?
A Zia, AM Todd
Public Understanding of Science 19 (6), 743-761, 2010
Linking models of human behaviour and climate alters projected climate change
B Beckage, LJ Gross, K Lacasse, E Carr, SS Metcalf, JM Winter, PD Howe, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (1), 79-84, 2018
Mainstreaming early warning systems in development and planning processes: Multilevel implementation of Sendai framework in Indus and Sahel
A Zia, CH Wagner
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 6 (2), 189-199, 2015
Cross-scale value trade-offs in managing social-ecological systems: the politics of scale in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
A Zia, P Hirsch, A Songorwa, DR Mutekanga, S O’Connor, T McShane, ...
Ecology and Society 16 (4), 2011
Spatial discounting, place attachment, and environmental concern: Toward an ambit-based theory of sense of place
A Zia, BG Norton, SS Metcalf, PD Hirsch, BM Hannon
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 283-295, 2014
Post-Kyoto climate governance: Confronting the politics of scale, ideology and knowledge
A Zia
Routledge, 2013
An interactive land use transition agent-based model (ILUTABM): Endogenizing human-environment interactions in the Western Missisquoi Watershed
Y Tsai, A Zia, C Koliba, G Bucini, J Guilbert, B Beckage
Land use policy 49, 161-176, 2015
Coupled impacts of climate and land use change across a river–lake continuum: insights from an integrated assessment model of Lake Champlain’s Missisquoi Basin, 2000–2040
A Zia, A Bomblies, AW Schroth, C Koliba, PDF Isles, Y Tsai, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (11), 114026, 2016
Mixed methods approach to understanding farmer and agricultural advisor perceptions of climate change and adaptation in Vermont, United States
RE Schattman, VE Méndez, SC Merrill, A Zia
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 42 (2), 121-148, 2018
Vermont agricultural resilience in a Changing Climate
R Schattman, E Méndez, K Westdijk, M Caswell, D Conner, C Koliba, ...
Agroecology, ecosystems, and sustainability 325, 2014
Governance informatics: Managing the performance of inter-organizational governance networks
C Koliba, A Zia, BHY Lee
Innovation Journal, 2011
From the household to watershed: A cross-scale analysis of residential intention to adopt green stormwater infrastructure
S Coleman, S Hurley, D Rizzo, C Koliba, A Zia
Landscape and urban planning 180, 195-206, 2018
Crowdsourced Delphis: Designing solutions to complex environmental problems with broad stakeholder participation
S Coleman, S Hurley, C Koliba, A Zia
Global Environmental Change 45, 111-123, 2017
The critical role of information sharing to the value proposition of a food systems network
C Koliba, S Wiltshire, S Scheinert, D Turner, A Zia, E Campbell
Public Management Review 19 (3), 284-304, 2017
More complex complexity: Exploring the nature of computational irreducibility across physical, biological, and human social systems
B Beckage, S Kauffman, LJ Gross, A Zia, C Koliba
Irreducibility and computational equivalence, 79-88, 2013
From the habit of control to institutional enablement: Re-envisioning the governance of social-ecological systems from the perspective of complexity sciences
A Zia, S Kauffman, C Koliba, B Beckage, G Vattay, A Bomblies
Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (1), 79-88, 2014
The salience and complexity of building, regulating, and governing the smart grid: Lessons from a statewide public–private partnership
C Koliba, M DeMenno, N Brune, A Zia
Energy Policy 74, 243-252, 2014
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