Peer reviewed articles and book chapters
King, L., MacKenzie, L., Tadaki, M., Cannon, S., McFarlane, K., Reid, D., Koppes, M. (accepted) Diversity in geoscience: participation, behavior, and the scientific division of labour in a Canadian geoscience conference. FACETS
King, L. and Tadaki, M. (forthcoming, 2018) A framework for understanding the politics of environmental science (Core tenet #2). Chapter in Lave, R., Biermann, C., and Lane, S. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Physical Geography, Palgrave Macmillan.
Tadaki, M. 2017. Rethinking the role of critique in physical geography. The Canadian Geographer 61 (1): 73-83.
Salmond, J. A., Tadaki, M., and Dickson, M. 2017. Can big data tame a “naughty” world? The Canadian Geographer 61 (1): 52-63.
Tadaki, M., Sinner, J., and Chan, K. M. A. 2017. Making sense of environmental values: a typology of concepts. Ecology and Society 22 (1): 7. [online]
Salmond, J. A., Tadaki, M., Vardoulakis, S., Arbuthnott, K., Coutts, A., Demuzere, M., Dirks, K. N., Heaviside, C., Lim, S., Macintyre, H., McInnes, R. N., and Wheeler, B. W. 2016. Health and climate related ecosystem services provided by street trees in the urban environment. Environmental Health 15 (Suppl 1): 36.
Tadaki, M., Allen, W., and Sinner, J. 2015. Revealing ecological processes or imposing social rationalities? The politics of bounding and measuring ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 118: 168-176.
Tadaki, M., Brierley, G., Dickson, M., Le Heron, R. and Salmond, J. 2015. Cultivating critical practices in physical geography. The Geographical Journal 181 (2): 160-171.
Tadaki, M., Salmond, J., and Le Heron, R. 2014. Applied climatology: doing the relational work of climate. Progress in Physical Geography 38 (4): 392-413.
Tadaki, M., Brierley, G. and Cullum, C. 2014. River classification: theory, practice, politics. WIREs Water 1 (4): 349-367.
Tadaki, M., Brierley, G. and Fuller, I.C. 2014 Making rivers governable: ecological monitoring, power, and scale. New Zealand Geographer 70 (1): 7-21.
Lave, R., Wilson, M.W., Barron, E.S., Biermann, C., Carey, M.A., Duvall, C.S., Johnson, L., Lane, K.M., McClintock, N., Munroe, D., Pain, R., Proctor, J., Rhoads, B.L., Robertson, M.M., Rossi, J., Sayre, N.F., Simon, G., Tadaki, M., and van Dyke, C. 2014. Intervention: critical physical geography. The Canadian Geographer 58 (1): 1-10.
Tadaki, M., and Sinner, J. 2014. Measure, model, optimise: understanding reductionist concepts of value in freshwater governance. Geoforum 51: 140-151.
Brierley, G. Fryirs, K, Cullum, C., Tadaki, M., Huang, H. Q., and Blue, B. 2013. Reading the landscape: integrating the theory and practice of geomorphology to develop place-based understandings of river systems. Progress in Physical Geography 37 (5): 601–621.
Tadaki, M., and Tremewan, C. 2013. Reimagining internationalization in higher education: international consortia as a transformative space? Studies in Higher Education 38 (3): 367-387.
Tadaki, M., Salmond, J., Le Heron, R., Brierley, G., 2012. Nature, culture, and the work of physical geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (4): 547-562.
Sinner, J., Kilvington, M., Greenhalgh, S., Vattala, D., Bowen, T., Matthews, A., Watts, J., Ide, G., Sevicke-Jones, G., Dawe, A., Tait, B., Bannister, R., Baker, M.-A., Allen, D., Lourey, R., Harmsworth, G., Fenemor, A., Awatere, S., Davies-Colley, R., Tadaki, M., Brown, P., and Berkett, N. 2017. Riding the wave of change: reflections on the evolution of freshwater management in New Zealand. Landcare Research Policy Brief No. 20. 5pp.[Link]
Berkett, N., Challenger, I., Sinner, J., and Tadaki, M. 2013. Values, collaborative processes and indicators for freshwater planning. Cawthron Report No. 2353. 55pp. [Link]
Tadaki, M., and Sinner, J. 2013. Structuring freshwater values: meaning and conflict in a Regional Plan. Cawthron Report No. 2282. 15pp. [Link]
Sinner, J., and Tadaki, M. 2013. Understanding conflict over freshwater values in a regional plan. Landcare Research Policy Brief No. 5. 5pp. [Link]
Sinner, J., Fenemor, A., Kilvington, M., Allen, W., Tadaki, M., and Baker, M.-A. 2012. Valuing Our Waters – a case study in Tasman District. Cawthron Report No. 2107. 126pp. [Link]
Commentaries, editorials, and book reviews
King, L., MacKenzie, L., and Tadaki, M. 2017. On the problems and politics of environmental governance by scientists (book review forum). Progress in Human Geography https://doi.org/10.1177/0309132517744705
Tadaki., M. and Chan, K. M. A. 2017. Economizing nature as a political strategy: is it working? (book review) BioScience 67 (8): 770-771.
Tadaki, M., Slaymaker, O., and Martin, M. 2017. Changing priorities in physical geography: introduction to the special issue. The Canadian Geographer 61 (1): 4-10.
Chan K.M.A., Balvanera P., Benessaiah K., Chapman M., Díaz S., Gómez-Baggethun E., Gould R., Hannahs N., Jax K., Klain S., Luck G.W., Martín-López B., Muraca B., Norton B., Ott K., Pascual U., Satterfield T., Tadaki M., Taggart J., and Turner N. 2016. Why protect nature? Rethinking values and the environment Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 113: 1462–1465.
Tadaki, M., and Chan, K. M. A. 2016. Sustainability: steeped in values, animated by process, and structured (but not dictated) by experts (book review). BioScience 66 (9): 790-791.
Tadaki, M. 2015 Research resource review. Science, Philosophy and Physical Geography. Progress in Physical Geography 39 (5): 691-693.
Tadaki, M., and Fuller, I.C. 2014. Freshwater geographies: prospects for an engaged institutional project? New Zealand Geographer 70 (1): 1-6.
Salmond, A., Tadaki, M., and Gregory, T. 2014. Enacting new freshwater geographies: Te Awaroa and the transformative imagination. New Zealand Geographer 70 (1): 47-55.
NZGS-PG Network. 2014. Postgraduates performing powerfully in a changing academic environment. New Zealand Geographer 70 (1): 61-68.
Tadaki, M. 2013. How are we doing higher education internationalisation? University World News, 274 (1 June 2013)
Blue, B., Gregory, C., McFarlane, K., Tadaki, M., van Limburg-Meijer, P., and Lewis, N. 2012. Freshwater geographies: experimenting with knowing and doing geography differently. New Zealand Geographer 68 (1): 62-66.
Tadaki, M., McFarlane, K., Salmond, J., and Brierley, G. 2011. Theorizing ‘crisis’ as performative politics: a view from physical/environmental geography. Dialogues in Human Geography 1 (3): 355-360.
Tadaki, M., Slaymaker, O., and Martin, Y. E. (eds.) 2017. Special Issue: “Changing priorities in physical geography”. The Canadian Geographer 61 (1)
Tadaki, M. and Fuller, I.C. (eds.) 2014. Special Issue: “Freshwater Geographies”. New Zealand Geographer 70 (1)