Karen Bayne
Karen Bayne
University of Canterbury
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Navigating shades of social capital and trust to leverage opportunities for rural innovation
B King, S Fielke, K Bayne, L Klerkx, R Nettle
Journal of Rural Studies, 2019
Enabling a transformation to a bioeconomy in New Zealand
A Wreford, K Bayne, P Edwards, A Renwick
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 2018
Robotics in forestry
R Parker, K Bayne, P Clinton
NZ Journal of Forestry 60 (4), 8-14, 2016
The introduction of robotics for New Zealand forestry operations: Forest sector employee perceptions and implications
KM Bayne, RJ Parker
Technology in Society 34 (2), 138-148, 2012
Trust, engagement, information and social licence–insights from New Zealand
P Edwards, A Fleming, J Lacey, L Lester, L Pinkard, K Ruckstuhl, ...
Environmental Research Letters, 2018
Attitudes to the use of Wood as a Structural Material in Non-residential Building Applications: Opportunities for Growth
K Bayne, S Taylor
Forest and Wood Products Research and Development Corporation (FWPRDC …, 2006
The internet of things—wireless sensor networks and their application to forestry
K Bayne, S Damesin, M Evans
New Zealand Journal of Forestry 61 (4), 37-41, 2017
Hitting the bullseye: Learning to become a reflexive monitor in New Zealand
S Fielke, T Nelson, P Blackett, D Bewsell, K Bayne, N Park, K Rijswijk, ...
Outlook on Agriculture 46 (2), 117-124, 2017
Fire as a Land Management Tool: Rural Sector Perceptions of Burn-off Practice in New Zealand
KM Bayne, VR Clifford, BR Baillie, HG Pearce
Rangeland Ecology & Management, 2019
The Right Tree for the Job? Perceptions of Species Suitability for the Provision of Ecosystem Services
SJ Smaill, KM Bayne, GWR Coker, TSH Paul, PW Clinton
Environmental management 53 (4), 783-799, 2014
The historical use of fire as a land management tool in New Zealand and the challenges for its continued use
BR Baillie, KM Bayne
Landscape Ecology, 1-16, 2019
Investigating the structural performance of multi-webs I-beams
AB Jahromi, B Zhang, A Harte, B Walford, K Bayne, J Turner
Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 17 (3), 148-158, 2006
Wood quality considerations for radiata pine in international markets
K Bayne
NZ Journal of Forestry 59 (4), 23, 2015
Influence of cross-section on the strength of timber beams
A Bahadori-Jahromi, A Kermani, B Zhang, AM Harte, K Bayne, J Turner, ...
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Structures & Buildings …, 2006
Driving Better Programme Investment and Accelerating Challenge Impact through a Prioritisation Matrix of International and National Perspectives
K Bayne, J Saunders, J Whitehead, S Miller, A Tang, M Guenther, P Tait
Structural and relational support for innovation–formal versus informal knowledge exchange mechanisms in forest-sector learning
K Bayne, J Moore, S Fielke
The Forestry Chronicle 92 (4), 432-440, 2016
Towards a bioeconomic vision for New Zealand–Unlocking barriers to enable new pathways and trajectories
K Bayne, A Wreford, P Edwards, A Renwick
New Biotechnology, 2020
Media coverage of recent New Zealand storm events
K Bayne, P Edwards, T Payn
NZ Journal of Forestry 64 (1), 17, 2019
Science as a service: understanding successful knowledge transfer in a New Zealand research institute
D Moore, K Bayne, T Barnard
Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation 41, 642-647, 2012
Stakeholder valuation of soil ecosystem services from New Zealand’s planted forests
G Coker, M Richard, K Bayne, S Smaill, L Garrett, A Matson, S Wakelin
PloS one 14 (8), e0221291, 2019
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