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Nicholas Cradock-Henry

Lead Scientist – Social-Ecological Resilience
Landscape Policy and Governance
Nicholas Cradock-Henry
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Yazdanian M, Ingham J, Kahanek C, Cradock-Henry N, Fountain J, Dizhur D 2020. Analysis of damage data collected for wine storage tanks following the 2013 and 2016 New Zealand earthquakes. Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 53(2): 83-100. WOS:000565205800004.

Cradock-Henry NA, Blackett P, Hall M, Johnstone P, Teixeira E, Wreford A 2020. Climate adaptation pathways for agriculture: Insights from a participatory process. Environmental Science & Policy 107: 66-79. WOS:000525353800007.

Cradock-Henry N, Becker J 2020. Putting resilience into practice. Build 178(June/July 2020): 49-50.

Spector S, Cradock-Henry NA, Beaven S, Orchiston C 2019. Characterising rural resilience in Aotearoa-New Zealand: a systematic review. Regional Environmental Change 19(2): 543-557. WOS:000458271700020.

Cradock-Henry NA, Fountain J 2019. Characterising resilience in the wine industry: Insights and evidence from Marlborough, New Zealand. Environmental Science & Policy 94: 182-190. WOS:000474672500019.

Cradock-Henry NA, Buelow F, Fountain J 2019. Social ecological inventory in a postdisaster context: the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake, Aotearoa-New Zealand. Ecology and Society 24(3). WOS:000490942000023.

Mackay M, Fountain J, Cradock-Henry N 2018. Festivals as devices for enhancing social connectivity and the resilience of rural communities. 22 22 In: Mair J ed. The Routledge Handbook of Festivals. London, Routledge. Pp. 214-222.

Cradock-Henry NA, Frame B, Preston BL, Reisinger A, Rothman DS 2018. Dynamic adaptive pathways in downscaled climate change scenarios. Climatic Change 150(3-4): 333-341. WOS:000448034000014.

Bowen KJ, Cradock-Henry NA, Koch F, Patterson J, Häyhä T, Vogt J, Barbi F 2017. Implementing the “Sustainable Development Goals”: towards addressing three key governance challenges—collective action, trade-offs, and accountability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26–27: 90–96.

Kalaugher E, Walsh P, Huser B, Cradock-Henry N, Tupuhi L, Vare M, Hill R, Botting K, Andrews K, Greenhalgh S 2017. Scaling down, scaling up: development of a framework to understand vulnerability and change potential in the Hauraki, New Zealand. In: Syme G, Hatton MacDonald D, Fulton B, Piantadosi J ed. Proceedings: MODSIM2017, 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 3 to 8 December 2017. Pp. 1454–1460.

Cradock-Henry NA 2017. New Zealand kiwifruit growers' vulnerability to climate and other stressors. Regional Environmental Change 17(1): 245–259.

Lawrence J, Blackett P, Cradock-Henry N, Flood S, Greenaway A, Dunningham A 2016. Enhancing capacity and increasing coordination to support decision making: synthesis report RA4. Climate Changes, Impacts and Implications for New Zealand to 2100. 75 p.

Cradock-Henry N, Seitz D, Thomalla F, Rahman A, van der Geest K 2015. Recommendation 6: build robust methods and big datasets for research in support of resilient livelihoods. In: Ayeb-Karlsson S, Tanner T, van der Geest K, Warner K ed. Livelihood resilience in a changing world – 6 global policy recommendations for a more sustainable future. UNU-EHS Publication Series ; no. 22. Bonn, Germany, United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS).

Koch F, Patterson J, Cradock-Henry N, Bowen K, Jamea EM, Häyhä T, Vogt J, Barbi F 2015. How can science policy help to deliver the global goals? The Guardian., updated 9 October 2015.

Tanner T, Lewis D, Wrathall D, Bronen R, Cradock-Henry N, Huq S, Lawless C, Nawrotski R, Prasad V, Rahman MA, Alaniz R, King K, McNamara K, Nadiruzzaman M, Henly-Shepard S, Thomalla F 2015. Livelihood resilience in the face of climate change. Nature Climate Change 5(1): 23–26.

Cradock-Henry N 2013. Evaluating a collaborative process. Landcare Research Manaaki Whenua Policy Brief no. 2, Landcare Research.

Cradock-Henry N 2012. [Abstract] Farm-level vulnerability to climate change in the context of multiple stressors. Proceedings: Planet Under Pressure 2012: New Knowledge Towards Solutions Conference, London, United Kingdom, 26-29 March 2012.

Cradock-Henry NA 2011. Farm-level vulnerability to climate change in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, in the context of multiple stressors. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Canterbury.

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  • Fellow, Earth System Governance Project
  • Regional Research Fellow Coordinator, Australia-New Zealand-Pacific , Earth System Governance/Future Earth
  • Earth System Governance - Regional Coordinator, Australia-New Zealand-Pacific
  • Marsden Fund Social Sciences panel
  • Membership - Royal Society of New Zealand, Royal Society of New Zealand
  • Programme Leader, Resilience in Practice Model, Resilience to Nature's Challenges (2019-2024)