Martin Mahony
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Climate change: What do we know about the IPCC?
M Hulme, M Mahony
Progress in Physical Geography, 2010
3332010
The IPCC and the new map of science and politics
S Beck, M Mahony
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (6), e547, 2018
932018
Epistemic geographies of climate change: Science, space and politics
M Mahony, M Hulme
Progress in Human Geography 42 (3), 395-424, 2018
922018
The IPCC and the politics of anticipation
S Beck, M Mahony
Nature Climate Change 7 (5), 311-313, 2017
902017
Model migrations: mobility and boundary crossings in regional climate prediction
M Mahony, M Hulme
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (2), 197-211, 2012
712012
The predictive state: science, territory and the future of the Indian climate
M Mahony
Social Studies of Science 44 (1), 109-133, 2014
632014
Science-policy interface: beyond assessments
M Hulme, M Mahony, S Beck, C Görg, B Hansjürgens, J Hauck, ...
Science 333 (6043), 697-698, 2011
612011
Cultures of prediction in atmospheric and climate science: Epistemic and cultural shifts in computer-based modelling and simulation
M Heymann, G Gramelsberger, M Mahony
Taylor & Francis, 2017
592017
The politics of anticipation: the IPCC and the negative emissions technologies experience
S Beck, M Mahony
Global Sustainability 1, 2018
542018
The geographies of the conference: Knowledge, performance and protest
R Craggs, M Mahony
Geography Compass 8 (6), 414-430, 2014
522014
The colour of risk: An exploration of the IPCC’s “burning embers” diagram
M Mahony, M Hulme
Spontaneous Generations: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science …, 2012
522012
Boundary spaces: Science, politics and the epistemic geographies of climate change in Copenhagen, 2009
M Mahony
Geoforum 49, 29-39, 2013
472013
Climate change and the geographies of objectivity: the case of the IPCC's burning embers diagram
M Mahony
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40 (2), 153-167, 2015
432015
For an empire of ‘all types of climate’: meteorology as an imperial science
M Mahony
Journal of Historical Geography 51, 29-39, 2016
402016
Science advice for global challenges: learning from trade-offs in the IPCC
W Pearce, M Mahony, S Raman
Environmental Science & Policy, 2018
362018
The making of global environmental science and politics
S Beck, T Forsyth, PM Kohler, M Lahsen, M Mahony
The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, Fourth Edition, 1059-1086, 2016
352016
Climate and colonialism
M Mahony, G Endfield
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 2018
322018
Modelling and the nation: Institutionalising climate prediction in the UK, 1988–92
M Mahony, M Hulme
Minerva 54 (4), 445-470, 2016
252016
The colour of risk: expert judgment and diagrammatic reasoning in the IPCC’s ‘burning embers’
M Mahony, M Hulme
Image Politics of Climate Change: Visualizations, Imaginations …, 2014
112014
The'genie of the storm': cyclonic reasoning and the spaces of weather observation in the southern Indian Ocean, 1851-1925
M Mahony
British Journal for the History of Science 51 (4), 607-633, 2018
102018
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