Geography - Journal Articles

Geography - Journal Articles

 

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  • Bharucha, Zareen Pervez; Attwood, Simon; Badiger, Shrinivas; Balamatti, Arun; Bawden, Richard; Bentley, Jeffery W.; Chander, Mahesh; Davies, Leonora; Dixon, Harry; Dixon, John; D’Souza, Marcella; Butler Flora, Cornelia; Green, Michael; Joshi, Deepa; Komarek, Adam M.; McDermid, Lesley Ruth; Mathijs, Erik; Rola, Agnes C.; Patnaik, Sasmita; Pattanayak, Sandip; Pingali, Prabhu; Prasad, V. P. Vara; Rabbinge, Rudy; Ramanjaneyulu, G. V.; Ravindranath, N. H.; Sage, Colin; Saha, Amrita; Salvatore, Ceccarelli; Saxena, Lopamudra Patnaik; Singh, Chandni; Smith, Pete; Srinidhi, Arjuna; Sugam, Rudresh; Thomas, Richard; Uphoff, Norman; Pretty, Jules (Taylor & Francis, 2020-12-01)
    India has the largest area of rainfed dryland agriculture globally, with a variety of distinct types of farming systems producing most of its coarse cereals, food legumes, minor millets, and large amounts of livestock. All ...
  • Linehan, Denis (University College Dublin, 2015-08)
    In 2014, NAMA completed €7.8bn worth of such sales to a multitude of global equity funds: Cerberus Capital Management, Blackstone, Deutsche Bank, Patron Capital, Lone Star and Car Val Investors. Another €12.9bn is likely ...
  • Holloway, Paul; Miller, Jennifer A.; Gillings, Simon (Taylor & Francis Group, 2016-03-21)
    Species distribution models (SDMs) are one of the most important GIScience research areas in biogeography and are the primary means by which the potential effects of climate change on species' distributions and ranges ...
  • McDonough, Sinead; Holloway, Paul (Geographical Society of Ireland, 2020-11-01)
    Understanding where ticks are found, and the drivers of their geographic distributions is imperative for successful epidemiological precautions. Predictive models of tick distributions are often projected using solely ...
  • de la Torre Cerro, Rubén; Holloway, Paul (Wiley, 2020-10-30)
    Phenological events play a key role modulating ecosystem services; however, the complex and interlinked nature of ecosystems indicates that interactions among different taxa during phenological events can have consequences ...

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