Diana Stuart
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Reducing nitrogen fertilizer application as a climate change mitigation strategy: Understanding farmer decision-making and potential barriers to change in the US
D Stuart, RL Schewe, M McDermott
Land use policy 36, 210-218, 2014
Comparative bioavailability of selenium to aquatic organisms after biological treatment of agricultural drainage water
EL Amweg, DL Stuart, DP Weston
Aquatic toxicology 63 (1), 13-25, 2003
Food safety and environmental quality impose conflicting demands on Central Coast growers
M Beretti, D Stuart
California Agriculture 62 (2), 68-73, 2008
Scaling up to address new challenges to conservation on US farmland
D Stuart, S Gillon
Land Use Policy 31, 223-236, 2013
Diversity in agricultural technology adoption: How are automatic milking systems used and to what end?
RL Schewe, D Stuart
Agriculture and human values 32, 199-213, 2015
Extending social theory to farm animals: Addressing alienation in the dairy sector
D Stuart, RL Schewe, R Gunderson
Sociologia ruralis 53 (2), 201-222, 2013
Constrained choice and ethical dilemmas in land management: Environmental quality and food safety in California agriculture
D Stuart
Journal of agricultural and environmental ethics 22, 53-71, 2009
Responding to climate change: Barriers to reflexive modernization in US agriculture
D Stuart, RL Schewe, M McDermott
Organization & Environment 25 (3), 308-327, 2012
The illusion of control: industrialized agriculture, nature, and food safety
D Stuart
Agriculture and Human Values 25, 177-181, 2008
Risk, anti-reflexivity, and ethical neutralization in industrial food processing
D Stuart, MR Worosz
Agriculture and Human Values 29, 287-301, 2012
Climate change and the Polanyian counter-movement: Carbon markets or degrowth?
D Stuart, R Gunderson, B Petersen
New political economy 24 (1), 89-102, 2019
Ideological obstacles to effective climate policy: The greening of markets, technology, and growth
R Gunderson, D Stuart, B Petersen
Capital & Class 42 (1), 133-160, 2018
Farmer selection of sources of information for nitrogen management in the US Midwest: Implications for environmental programs
D Stuart, RCH Denny, M Houser, AP Reimer, S Marquart-Pyatt
Land Use Policy 70, 289-297, 2018
‘Nature’is not guilty: foodborne illness and the industrial bagged salad
D Stuart
Sociologia ruralis 51 (2), 158-174, 2011
An accelerating treadmill and an overlooked contradiction in industrial agriculture: Climate change and nitrogen fertilizer
M Houser, D Stuart
Journal of Agrarian Change 20 (2), 215-237, 2020
Get real: climate change and all that ‘it’entails
M Carolan, D Stuart
Sociologia ruralis 56 (1), 74-95, 2016
The need for a coupled human and natural systems understanding of agricultural nitrogen loss
D Stuart, B Basso, S Marquart-Pyatt, A Reimer, GP Robertson, J Zhao
BioScience 65 (6), 571-578, 2015
Social conditions to better realize the environmental gains of alternative energy: Degrowth and collective ownership
R Gunderson, D Stuart, B Petersen, SJ Yun
Futures 99, 36-44, 2018
Constrained choice and climate change mitigation in US agriculture: Structural barriers to a climate change ethic
D Stuart, RL Schewe
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29, 369-385, 2016
The political economy of geoengineering as plan B: Technological rationality, moral hazard, and new technology
R Gunderson, D Stuart, B Petersen
New Political Economy 24 (5), 696-715, 2019
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