Here is a list of academic publications based on Environmental Competency Groups, chronologically ordered with most recent work first.

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Landström, C. (2017) Transdisciplinary Environmental Research: A Practical Approach. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

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Landström, C. and Whatmore, S. J. (2014) ‘Virtually expert: Modes of environmental computer simulation modeling’, Science in Context 27/4: 579-603.

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Donaldson, A., Lane, S. L., Ward, N., Whatmore, S. J. (2014) ‘Overflowing with issues: following the political trajectories of flooding’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 31/4: 603-618.

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Landström, C., Whatmore, S. J., Lane, S. N. (2013) ‘Learning through computer model improvisations’, Science, Technology and Human Values 38/5: 678-700.

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Lane, S. N., November, V., Landström, C., Whatmore, S. J. (2013) ‘Explaining rapid transitions in the practice of flood risk management’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103/2: 330-342.

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Whatmore, S. J. (2013) ‘Earthly powers and affective environments: an ontological politics of flood risk’. Theory, Culture and Society 30/7-8: 33-50.

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Whatmore, S. J. (2013) ‘Where Natural and Social Science Meet? Reflections on an Experiment in Geographical Practice’, in Barry, A. and Born, G. (eds) Interdisciplinarity: Reconfigurations of the Social and Natural Sciences. Routledge, pp. 161-177.
2011

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Landström, C., Whatmore, S. J. and Lane, S. N. (2011) ‘Virtual Engineering: Computer Simulation Modelling for Flood Risk Management in England’ , Science Studies 24/2: 3-22.

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Landström, C., Whatmore, S. J., Lane, S. N., Odoni, N. A., Ward, N. and Bradley, S. (2011) ‘Coproducing flood risk knowledge: redistributing expertise in critical “participatory modelling”’, Environment and Planning A 43/7: 1617-1633.

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Lane, S. N., Landström, C. and Whatmore, S. J. (2011) ‘Imagining flood futures: risk assessment and management in practice’ , Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 369: 1784-1806.

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Lane, S. N., Odoni, N., Landström, C., Whatmore, S. J., Ward, N. and Bradley, S. (2011) ‘Doing flood risk science differently: an experiment in radical scientific method’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36/1: 15-36.

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Whatmore, S. J. and Landström, C. (2011) ‘Flood apprentices: an exercise in making things public’, Economy and Society 40/4: 582-610.

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Whatmore, S. and Lane, S. (2011) ‘Connaissances controversées: exploration dans les sciences et les politiques des risques d’inondation’, in November, V. (ed.) Habiter des territoires à risque. Presses Polytechniques Universitaires Romandes, Geneva. pp. 158-185.

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Donaldson, A., Ward, N. and Bradley, S. (2010) ‘Mess among disciplines: interdisciplinarity in environmental research’, Environment and Planning A 42/7: 1521-1536.

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Odoni, N. and Lane, S. (2010) ‘Knowledge-theoretic models in hydrology’, Progress in Physical Geography 34/2: 151-171.

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Whatmore, S. J. and Landström, C. (2010) ‘Manning’s n: putting roughness to work’, in Howlett, P. and M. Morgan (eds) How well do facts travel? The dissemination of reliable knowledge. Cambridge University Press, pp. 111-135.

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Whatmore, S. (2009) ‘Mapping Knowledge Controversies: science, democracy and the redistribution of expertise’, Progress in Human Geography 33/5: 587-598.

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