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2018
Alderton, S., E. T. MacLeod, N. E. Anderson, G. Palmer, N. Machila, M. Simuunza, S. C. Welburn, and P. M. Atkinson, An agent-based model of tsetse fly response to seasonal climatic drivers: assessing the impact on sleeping sickness transmission rates., Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases, vol. 12, pp. e0006188, 2018.
Dobbie, S., K. Schreckenberg, J. G. Dyke, M. Schaafsma, and S. Balbi, Agent-based modelling to assess community food security and sustainable livelihoods, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, vol. 21, issue 1, , 2018.
Gondwe, T., A. Gasparatos, F. X. Johnson, G. von Maltitz, D. Luhanga, and A. Nyambane, Biofuels in Malawi: local impacts of feedstock production and policy implications, , 2018.
Woodhouse, E., and C. Bedelian, Challenging common myths in protected area management, , 2018.
Mostafa, I., N. Nahar Naila, M. Mahfuz, M. Roy, A. S. G. Faruque, and T. Ahmed, Children living in the slums of Bangladesh face risks from unsafe food and water and stunted growth is common, Acta Paedriatrica, 2018.
Paul, J. D., W. Buytaert, S. Allen, J. A. Ballesteros-Canovas, J. Bhusal, K. Cieslik, J. Clark, S. Dugar, D. M. Hannah, M. Stoffel, et al., Citizen science for hydrological risk reduction and resilience building, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, vol. 5, issue 1725: WILEY, 2018.
Roy, M., R. Shemdoe, D. Hulme, N. Mwageni, and A. Gough, Climate change and declining levels of green structures: Life in informal settlements of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Landscape and urban planning, 2018.
Bell, A. Reid, J. Zavaleta Cheek, F. Mataya, and P. S. Ward, Do as they did: peer effects explain adoption of conservation agriculture in Malawi, Water, 2018.
Nahian, M. Al, A. Ahmed, A. N. Lazar, C. W. Hutton, M. Salehin, and P. Kim Streatfield, Drinking water salinity associated health crisis in coastal Bangladesh, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, vol. 6, issue 1, pp. 1-14, 01/2018.
Eco-friendly cocoa farming will help boost livelihoods and secure supply chains, , 2018.
Schreckenberg, K., Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation: Trade-offs and Governance, , London, Routledge, 2018.
J. Robert, N., H. W. Craig, A. W. Neil, S.. M. Rahman, and S. E. Hanson, Ecosystem services for well-being in deltas: integrated assessment for policy analysis, : Springer International Publishing AG, 2018.
Porras, I., and N. Asquith, Ecosystems, poverty alleviation and conditional transfers, , London, International Institute for Environment and Development, pp. 61, 2018.
Schaafsma, M., and A. Bell, Ensuring climate-smart agriculture ‘leaves no one behind’, , 2018.
An environment for wellbeing, Pathways out of poverty: Policy messages from the ESPA programme, , 2018.
An environment for wellbeing, Pathways out of poverty: Policy messages from the ESPA programme, , 2018.
Directorate, ESPA., An environment for wellbeing: Pathways out of poverty. Policy messages from the ESPA programme (Executive Summary version), , 2018.
Zorrilla-Miras, P., M. Mahamane, M. J. Metzger, S. Baumert, F. Vollmer, A. Catarina Luz, E. Woollen, A. A. Sitoe, G. Patenaude, I. Nhantumbo, et al., Environmental conservation and social benefits of charcoal production in Mozambique, Ecological Economics, vol. 144, issue 7: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, pp. 100-111, 2018.
Directorate, ESPA., An equity framework helps ensure that protected areas are fair to people, , 2018.
Directorate, ESPA., ESPA research informs local citizens’ action to protect critical water sources, , 2018.
O. Rakotonarivo, S., J. Bredahl Jacobsen, M. Poudyal, A. Rasoamanana, and N. Hockley, Estimating welfare impacts where property rights are contested: methodological and policy implications, Land Use Policy, vol. 70, pp. 71-83, 2018.
Nunan, F., M. Menton, C. McDermott, K. Schreckenberg, and M. Huxham, Governing natural resources for effectiveness, equity and sustainability: what matters?, , Edinburgh, UK, ESPA, 2018.
Bullock, J. M., and H. Ding, A guide to selecting ecosystem service models for decision-making, : World Resources Institute, pp. 48, 2018.
Bullock, J., and H. Ding, A guide to selecting ecosystem service models for decision-making: Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa, , Washington, DC, World Resources Institute, 2018.
Szabo, S., W. Neil Adger, and Z. Matthews, Home is where the money goes: migration-related urban-rural integration in delta regions, Migration And Development, vol. 7, pp. 163-179, 2018.

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