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Shaping blue growth: Social sciences at the nexus between marine renewables and energy policy

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Shaping blue growth : Social sciences at the nexus between marine renewables and energy policy. / Kerr, S.; Watts, L.; Brennan, R.; Howell, R.; Graziano, M.; O'Hagan, A.M.; van der Horst, D.; Weir, S.; Wright, G.; Wynne, B.

Advancing Energy Policy: Lessons on the Integration of Social Sciences and Humanities. ed. / Chris Foulds; Rosie Robison. Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2018. p. 31-46.

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Kerr, S, Watts, L, Brennan, R, Howell, R, Graziano, M, O'Hagan, AM, van der Horst, D, Weir, S, Wright, G & Wynne, B 2018, Shaping blue growth: Social sciences at the nexus between marine renewables and energy policy. in C Foulds & R Robison (eds), Advancing Energy Policy: Lessons on the Integration of Social Sciences and Humanities. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 31-46. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99097-2_3

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Kerr, S., Watts, L., Brennan, R., Howell, R., Graziano, M., O'Hagan, A. M., van der Horst, D., Weir, S., Wright, G., & Wynne, B. (2018). Shaping blue growth: Social sciences at the nexus between marine renewables and energy policy. In C. Foulds, & R. Robison (Eds.), Advancing Energy Policy: Lessons on the Integration of Social Sciences and Humanities (pp. 31-46). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99097-2_3

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Kerr S, Watts L, Brennan R, Howell R, Graziano M, O'Hagan AM et al. Shaping blue growth: Social sciences at the nexus between marine renewables and energy policy. In Foulds C, Robison R, editors, Advancing Energy Policy: Lessons on the Integration of Social Sciences and Humanities. Cham: Springer International Publishing. 2018. p. 31-46 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99097-2_3

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Kerr, S. ; Watts, L. ; Brennan, R. ; Howell, R. ; Graziano, M. ; O'Hagan, A.M. ; van der Horst, D. ; Weir, S. ; Wright, G. ; Wynne, B. / Shaping blue growth : Social sciences at the nexus between marine renewables and energy policy. Advancing Energy Policy: Lessons on the Integration of Social Sciences and Humanities. editor / Chris Foulds ; Rosie Robison. Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2018. pp. 31-46

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