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Adger , W.N. and Tompkins, Emma L. (2004) Adaptation research challenges. In, European Adaptation Research Workshop, CICERO, Oslo, NO, 24 - 25 May 2004.

Arnell , N.W., Adger , W.N. and Tompkins, Emma L. (2004) Exploring vulnerability to rapid climate change in Europe. In, ESRC Workshop: Environment and Human Behaviour: What has been Learned?, London, GB, 20 - 21 May 2004.

Arnell , N.W., Tompkins , Emma and Adger , W.N. (2004) Eliciting information on the likelihood of rapid climate change. In, Conference on Perspectives on Dangerous Climate Change organised by Tyndall Centre and Centre for Environmental Risk, Norwich, GB, Jun 2004.

Boyd, E., Tompkins, Emma L., Adger, W.N., Arnell, N.W., Nicholson-Cole, S. and Weatherhead , K. (2004) Adaptation in practice, lessons from the UK. In, Development and Adaptation Days, 10th Annual Conference of the Parties to UNFCCC, Buenos Aires, AR, 11 12 2004.

Tompkins, Emma L. (2004) Adapting to climate change, lessons from Tyndall Centre Adaptation Research. In, Development and Adaptation Days, 10th Annual Conference of the Parties to UNFCCC, Buenos Aires, AR, 11 - 12 Dec 2004.

Tompkins, Emma L. and Adger, W. Neil (2004) Does adaptive management of natural resources enhance resilience to climate change? Ecology & Society, 9, (2), 1-14.

Tompkins, Emma L. and Adger, W. Neil (2004) Responding to climate change: implications for development. ID21 Insights, 53, 3-4.

Tompkins, Emma L., Adger , W.N. and Arnell, N.W. (2004) Planning for rapid climate change. In, Challenging Boundaries: Economics, Ecology and Governance. 8th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Montréal, CA, 11 - 14 Jul 2004.

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