Jasper Montana works on environment-society relations with a current focus on the production of expert knowledge for environmental policy in international affairs. Using social and political theory, predominantly from Science and Technology Studies, his doctoral research examines the global governance of biodiversity and the challenges associated with producing and governing expert knowledge in the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.
- Montana, J. and Borie, M. (2015; equal contribution). 'IPBES and biodiversity expertise: Regional, gender and disciplinary balance in the composition of the interim and 2015 Multidisciplinary Expert Panel.' Conservation Letters. (Early View Online) DOI: 10.1111/conl.12192
- Montana, J., Finn, J.K. and Norman, M.D. (2015). 'Liquid sand burrowing and mucus utilisation as novel adaptations to a structurally-simple environment in Octopus kaurna Stranks, 1990.' Behaviour. 152(14): 1871-1881. DOI: 10.1163/1568539X-00003313
- Montana, J. and Parker, M. (2014). 'Regulation in the context of new approaches to policy and governance, new enforcement technologies and issues in public engagement: A consulting report for Sciencewise.' Cambridge: Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge. Available at: http://www.sciencewise-erc.org.uk/cms/assets/Uploads/SciencewiseRegulationTechnologyand-PolicyLiteratureReview2014.pdf