Christine Kirchhoff
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Narrowing the climate information usability gap
MC Lemos, CJ Kirchhoff, V Ramprasad
Nature climate change 2 (11), 789-794, 2012
6062012
Actionable knowledge for environmental decision making: broadening the usability of climate science
CJ Kirchhoff, MC Lemos, S Dessai
Annual review of environment and resources 38, 2013
4062013
Moving climate information off the shelf: boundary chains and the role of RISAs as adaptive organizations
MC Lemos, CJ Kirchhoff, SE Kalafatis, D Scavia, RB Rood
Weather, Climate, and Society 6 (2), 273-285, 2014
1172014
What influences climate information use in water management? The role of boundary organizations and governance regimes in Brazil and the US
CJ Kirchhoff, MC Lemos, NL Engle
Environmental Science & Policy 26, 6-18, 2013
1002013
Understanding and enhancing climate information use in water management
CJ Kirchhoff
Climatic Change 119 (2), 495-509, 2013
652013
Engaging stakeholders to define feasible and desirable agricultural conservation in western Lake Erie watersheds
MMC Kalcic, C Kirchhoff, N Bosch, RL Muenich, M Murray, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (15), 8135-8145, 2016
542016
Boundary organizations to boundary chains: Prospects for advancing climate science application
CJ Kirchhoff, R Esselman, D Brown
Climate Risk Management 9, 20-29, 2015
362015
Crop advisors as climate information brokers: Building the capacity of US farmers to adapt to climate change
MC Lemos, YJ Lo, C Kirchhoff, T Haigh
Climate Risk Management 4, 32-42, 2014
342014
Narrowing the gap between climate science and adaptation action: The role of boundary chains
CJ Kirchhoff, MC Lemos, S Kalafatis
Climate Risk Management 9, 1-5, 2015
292015
Narrowing the climate information usability gap. Nat. Climate Change, 2, 789–794
MC Lemos, CJ Kirchhoff, V Ramprasad
272012
Creating synergy with boundary chains: Can they improve usability of climate information?
CJ Kirchhoff, MC Lemos, S Kalafatis
Climate Risk Management 9, 77-85, 2015
262015
The role of US states in facilitating effective water governance under stress and change
CJ Kirchhoff, L Dilling
Water Resources Research 52 (4), 2951-2964, 2016
252016
Adaptation by stealth: climate information use in the Great Lakes region across scales
LV Rasmussen, CJ Kirchhoff, MC Lemos
Climatic Change 140 (3-4), 451-465, 2017
192017
Climate change and nutrient loading in the western Lake Erie basin: warming can counteract a wetter future
MM Kalcic, RL Muenich, S Basile, AL Steiner, C Kirchhoff, D Scavia
Environmental science & technology 53 (13), 7543-7550, 2019
182019
Integrating science and policy: Climate change assessments and water resources management.
CJ Kirchhoff
172010
Context matters: context-related drivers of and barriers to climate information use
JA Flagg, CJ Kirchhoff
Climate Risk Management 20, 1-10, 2018
162018
Sustainable water management in the Zambezi River Basin
CJ Kirchhoff, JW Bulkley
Journal of the International Institute 15 (2), 2008
152008
Catalyzing Frontiers inWater-Climate-Society Research: A View from Early Career Scientists and Junior Faculty
SM McNeeley, SA Tessendorf, H Lazrus, T Heikkila, IM Ferguson, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 93 (4), 477-484, 2012
132012
Sponsoring actionable science: what public science funders can do to advance sustainability and the social contract for science
JC Arnott, CJ Kirchhoff, RM Meyer, AM Meadow, AT Bednarek
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 42, 38-44, 2020
112020
The closer, the better? Untangling scientist–practitioner engagement, interaction, and knowledge use
MC Lemos, KS Wolske, LV Rasmussen, JC Arnott, M Kalcic, CJ Kirchhoff
Weather, Climate, and Society 11 (3), 535-548, 2019
112019
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