Simon Shackley
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Representing uncertainty in global climate change science and policy: Boundary-ordering devices and authority
S Shackley, B Wynne
Science, Technology, & Human Values 21 (3), 275-302, 1996
The respectable politics of climate change: the epistemic communities and NGOs
C Gough, S Shackley
International affairs 77 (2), 329-346, 2001
The Impact of Biochar Application on Soil Properties and Plant Growth of Pot Grown Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) and Cabbage (Brassica chinensis)
S Carter, S Shackley, S Sohi, TB Suy, S Haefele
Agronomy 3 (2), 404-418, 2013
Uncertainty, complexity and concepts of good science in climate change modelling: Are GCMs the best tools?
S Shackley, P Young, S Parkinson, B Wynne
Climatic Change 38 (2), 159-205, 1998
Anchoring devices in science for policy: the case of consensus around climate sensitivity
J Van der Sluijs, J Van Eijndhoven, S Shackley, B Wynne
Social studies of science 28 (2), 291-323, 1998
Prospective life cycle carbon abatement for pyrolysis biochar systems in the UK
J Hammond, S Shackley, S Sohi, P Brownsort
Energy policy 39 (5), 2646-2655, 2011
A regional, multi-sectoral and integrated assessment of the impacts of climate and socio-economic change in the UK: Part I. Methodology
IP Holman, MDA Rounsevell, S Shackley, PA Harrison, RJ Nicholls, ...
Climatic Change 71, 9-41, 2005
The feasibility and costs of biochar deployment in the UK
S Shackley, J Hammond, J Gaunt, R Ibarrola
Carbon 2 (3), 335-356, 2011
Sustainable gasification–biochar systems? A case-study of rice-husk gasification in Cambodia, Part I: Context, chemical properties, environmental and health and safety issues
S Shackley, S Carter, T Knowles, E Middelink, S Haefele, S Sohi, A Cross, ...
Energy Policy, 2011
Global climate change: The mutual construction of an emergent science-policy domain
S Shackley, B Wynne
Science and Public Policy 22 (4), 218-230, 1995
The public perception of carbon dioxide capture and storage in the UK: results from focus groups and a survey
S Shackley, C McLachlan, C Gough
Climate Policy 4 (4), 377-398, 2004
Integrating knowledges for climate change: pyramids, nets and uncertainties
S Shackley, B Wynne
Global Environmental Change 5 (2), 113-126, 1995
An assessment of the benefits and issues associated with the application of biochar to soil
S Shackley, S Sohi, P Brownsort, S Carter, J Cook, C Cunningham, ...
DEFRA & DECC, UK Government, 2010
Pyrolysis biochar systems for recovering biodegradable materials: A life cycle carbon assessment
R Ibarrola, S Shackley, J Hammond
Waste management, 2011
How do CDM projects contribute to sustainable development?
K Brown, WN Adger, E Boyd, E Corbera-Elizalde, S Shackley
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, 2004
The acceptability of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in Europe: An assessment of the key determining factors: Part 2. The social acceptability of CCS and the wider impacts and …
S Shackley, D Reiner, P Upham, H de Coninck, G Sigurthorsson, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 3 (3), 344-356, 2009
Competing uses for China's straw: the economic and carbon abatement potential of biochar
A Clare, S Shackley, S Joseph, J Hammond, G Pan, A Bloom
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (6), 1272-1282, 2015
Epistemic lifestyles in climate change modeling
S Shackley
Changing the atmosphere: Expert knowledge and environmental governance, 107-33, 2001
Maximizing the greenhouse gas reductions from biomass: The role of life cycle assessment
P Thornley, P Gilbert, S Shackley, J Hammond
Biomass and bioenergy 81, 35-43, 2015
The Tyndall decarbonisation scenarios—Part I: Development of a backcasting methodology with stakeholder participation
SL Mander, A Bows, KL Anderson, S Shackley, P Agnolucci, P Ekins
Energy Policy 36 (10), 3754-3763, 2008
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