Peer-Reviewed

Köpsel, V., de Moura Kiipper, G. & M. Peck (2021): Stakeholder engagement vs. social distancing – how does the Covid-19 pandemic affect participatory research in EU marine science projects? In: Maritime Studies, Vol. 20, pp. 189-205. Available online at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40152-021-00223-4

Köpsel, V. (2019): New Spaces for Climate Change – The Societal Construction of Landscapes in Times of a Changing Climate. (Springer) Heidelberg, Berlin. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-23313-6

Köpsel, V. & C. Walsh (2018): Coastal landscapes for whom? Adaptation challenges and landscape manage-ment in Cornwall. In: Marine Policy, Vol. 97, pp. 278-286. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.05.029

Köpsel, V., Walsh, C. & C. Leyshon (2017): Landscape narratives in practice: implications for climate change adaptation. In: The Geographical Journal, Vol. 183, No. 2, pp. 175-186. DOI: 10.1111/geoj.12203

Non-Peer-Reviewed

Süsser, D. & V. Köpsel (2021): What do the Corona restrictions mean for researching with stakeholders in energy and marine research? In: IASS Potsdam Blog – 19.08.2021. Available at: https://www.iass-potsdam.de/en/blog/2021/08/what-do-corona-restrictions-mean-researching-stakeholders-energy-and-marine-research.

Köpsel, V. (2018): The landscape is a Rubik’s cube and climate change is a rip current – How local landscape narratives influence adaptation to coastal erosion in Cornwall (UK). In: Marine Coastal Cultures Blog. Available at: https://marinecoastalcultures.com/2018/11/01/the-landscape-is-a-rubiks-cube-and-climate-change-is-a-rip-current-how-local-landscape-narratives-influence-adaptation-to-coastal-erosion-in-cornwall-uk/.

Köpsel, V. (2018): Climate Adaptation Begins in the Mind. – CEN News, University of Hamburg. Available at: https://www.cen.uni-hamburg.de/en/about-cen/news/1-news-2018/2018-08-09-koepsel-beacherosion.html.

Köpsel, V., Walsh, C. & C. Leyshon (2017): How landscape managers think about local landscapes influences their approaches to climate change adaptation. In: Geography Directions Blog, RGS-IBG. Available at: https://blog.geographydirections.com/tag/landscape-management/.

Duraiappah, A., Neskakis, L., Munoz, P., Fuentenebro, P., Köpsel, V.,  Darkey, E. & L. Smith (2012): A Green Economy for a Planet Under Pressure. Rio+20 Policy Brief – International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, United Nations. Available at: http://www.igbp.net/download/18.705e080613685f74edb8000663/1376383145071/GreenEconomy-lowres.pdf. 

How to identify the relevant Central Arctic Ocean stakeholders for whom we make an Integrated Ecosystem Assessment?

ICES WGICA meeting (virtual)
Oct 14, 2021

How can we tailor stakeholder engagement to different regional contexts in transdisciplinary EU fisheries projects?

ICES Annual Science Conference 2021 (virtual)
Sept 10, 2021

Stakeholder Engagement vs. Social Distancing – How do the Corona restrictions affect participatory research in EU energy and marine science projects?

IASS Tuesday Talks, IASS Potsdam (Germany) (virtual) – Aug 24, 2021 –

Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A03zq6YRVOs

Engaging with Engagers – Investigating Fisheries Scientists’ Perceptions of Participatory Research across Europe

ICES Annual Science Conference 2019, Gothenburg (Sweden)
Sept 9-12, 2019

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