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  • Statistical and Machine Learning Models for Remote Sensing Data Mining—Recent Advancements 

    Das, Monidipa; Ghosh, Soumya K.; Chowdary, Vemuri M.; Mitra, Pabitra; Rijal, Santosh (MDPI, 2022-04-15)
    During the last few decades, the remarkable progress in the field of satellite remote sensing (RS) technology has enabled us to capture coarse, moderate to high-resolution earth imagery on weekly, daily, and even hourly ...
  • Household Migration and Intentions for Future Migration in the Climate Change Vulnerable Lower Meghna Estuary of Coastal Bangladesh 

    Paul, Bimal Kanti; Rahman, Munshi Khaledur; Lu, Max; Crawford, Thomas W. (MDPI, 2022-04-14)
    Coastal residents of Bangladesh are now confronted with the increased incidence, variability, and severity of weather-related hazards and disasters due to climate change-induced sea level rise (SLR). Many researchers hold ...
  • Assessment of Canopy Health with Drone-Based Orthoimagery in a Southern Appalachian Red Spruce Forest 

    Harris, Ryley C.; Kennedy, Lisa M.; Pingel, Thomas J.; Thomas, Valerie A. (MDPI, 2022-03-10)
    Consumer-grade drone-produced digital orthoimagery is a valuable tool for conservation management and enables the low-cost monitoring of remote ecosystems. This study demonstrates the applicability of RGB orthoimagery for ...
  • The White/Wiphala Paper on Indigenous Peoples' food systems 

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (2021)
  • Climate change adaptation in conflict-affected countries: A systematic assessment of evidence 

    Sitati, Asha; Joe, E.; Pentz, Brian; Grayson, C.; Jaime, C.; Gilmore, Elisabeth A.; Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Hudson, A. J.; Alverio, Gabriela Nagle; Mach, Katharine J.; van Aalst, Maarten K.; Simpson, M.; Schwerdtle, Patricia Nayna; Templeman, Sienna; Zommers, Zinta; Ajibade, Idowu; Chalkasra, Lolita Shaila Safaee; Umunay, P.; Togola, I.; Khouzam, A.; Scarpa, Giulia; Global Adaptation Mapping Initiative Team; Coughlan de Perez, Erin (2021)
    People affected by conflict are particularly vulnerable to climate shocks and climate change, yet little is known about climate change adaptation in fragile contexts. While climate events are one of the many contributing ...
  • Global evidence of constraints and limits to human adaptation 

    Thomas, Adelle; Theokritoff, Emily; Lesnikowski, Alexandra; Reckien, Diana; Jagannathan, Kripa; Cremades, Roger; Campbell, Donovan; Joe, Elphin Tom; Sitati, Asha; Singh, Chandni; Segnon, Alcade C.; Pentz, Brian; Musah-Surugu, Justice Issah; Mullin, Cristina A.; Mach, Katharine J.; Gichuki, Leah; Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Chalastani, Vasiliki I.; Ajibade, Idowu; Ruiz-Diaz, Raquel; Grady, Caitlin; Garschagen, Matthias; Ford, James D.; Bowen, Kathryn J.; Global Adaptation Mapping Initiative Team (2021)
    Constraints and limits to adaptation are critical to understanding the extent to which human and natural systems can successfully adapt to climate change. We conduct a systematic review of 1,682 academic studies on human ...
  • Climate change adaptation to extreme heat: A global systematic review of implemented action 

    Turek-Hankins, Lynee L.; Coughlan de Perez, Erin; Scarpa, Giulia; Ruiz-Diaz, Raquel; Schwerdtle, Patricia Nayna; Joe, Elphin Tom; Galappaththi, Eranga K.; French, Emma M.; Austin, Stephanie E.; Singh, Chandni; Sina, Mariella Z.; Siders, A. R.; van Aalst, Maarten K.; Templeman, Sienna; Nunbogu, Abraham Marshall; Berrang-Ford, Lea; Agrawal, Tanvi; Global Adaptation Mapping Initiative Team; Mach, Katharine J. (2021)
    Extreme heat events impact people and ecosystems across the globe, and they are becoming more frequent and intense in a warming climate. Responses to heat span sectors and geographic boundaries. Prior research has documented ...
  • Climate change and adaptation to social-ecological change: The case of indigenous people and culture-based fisheries in Sri Lanka 

    Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Ford, James D.; Bennett, Elena M. (2020-04)
    Rural coastal fishery systems in tropical island nations are undergoing rapid change. Using a case study from eastern Sri Lanka, this paper examines the ways in which indigenous Coastal- Vedda fishers experience and respond ...
  • The Resilience of Indigenous Peoples to Environmental Change 

    Ford, James D.; King, Nia; Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Pearce, Tristan; McDowell, Graham; Harper, Sherilee L. (2020-06-19)
    Indigenous peoples globally have high exposure to environmental change and are often considered an ‘‘atrisk’’ population, although there is growing evidence of their resilience. In this Perspective, we examine the common ...
  • Climate change adaptation in coastal shrimp aquaculture: A case from northwestern Sri Lanka 

    Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Berkes, Fikret; Ford, James D. (2019)
    Unexpected temperature variations and rainfall patterns have direct, adverse impacts on shrimp farmers in northwestern Sri Lanka. Specifically, changing climatic conditions impact patterns of shrimp disease spread along ...
  • Institutions for managing common-pool resources: The case of community-based shrimp aquaculture in northwestern Sri Lanka 

    Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Berkes, Fikret (2014)
    Large-scale shrimp aquaculture can have major social and environmental impacts. Can community-based approaches be used instead? We examined three coastal community-based shrimp aquaculture operations in northwestern Sri ...
  • Drama of the commons in small-scale shrimp aquaculture in northwestern Sri Lanka 

    Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Berkes, Fikret (Uopen Journals, 2015-01-01)
    Aquaculture, and shrimp aquaculture in particular, can have major social and environmental impacts. However, aquaculture remains an understudied area in commons research. Can aspects of commons theory be applied to solve ...
  • Climate change adaptation in fisheries 

    Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Susarla, Vasantha B.; Loutet, Samantha J. T.; Ichien, Stephanie T.; Hyman, Amanda A.; Ford, James D. (Wiley, 2021-07-23)
    We conducted a global systematic literature review of climate change adaptation in fisheries. We addressed three specific questions: (i) What are fisheries adapting to? (ii) How are fisheries adapting? and (iii) What ...
  • Five key characteristics that drive commonisation: Empirical evidence from Sri Lankan shrimp aquaculture 

    Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Galappaththi, Iroshani (2021)
    The book is a transdisciplinary endeavour with contributions by scholars from geography, history, sociology, anthropology, political studies, planning, human ecology, cultural and applied ecology, environmental and development ...
  • Equity in human adaptation-related responses: A systematic global review 

    Araos, Malcolm; Jagannathan, Kripa; Shukla, Roopam; Ajibade, Idowu; Coughlan de Perez, Erin; Davis, Katy; Ford, James D.; Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Grady, Caitlin; Hudson, A. J.; Joe, Elphin Tom; Kirchhoff, Christine J.; Lesnikowski, Alexandra; Alverio, Gabriela Nagle; Nielsen, Miriam; Orlove, Ben; Pentz, Brian; Reckien, Diana; Siders, A. R.; Ulibarri, Nicola; van Aalst, Maarten K.; Abu, Thelma Zulfawu; Agrawal, Tanvi; Berrang-Ford, Lea; Kerr, Rachel Bezner; Coggins, Shaugn; Garschagen, Matthias; Harden, Alexandra; Mach, Katharine J.; Nunbogu, Abraham Marshall; Spandan, Pandey; Templeman, Sienna; Turek-Hankins, Lynee L. (Elsevier, 2021-10-22)
    Growing evidence suggests that climate adaptation responses that do not incorporate equity considerations may worsen inequality and increase vulnerability. Using data from a systematic review of peer-reviewed empirical ...
  • Two faces of shrimp aquaculture: Commonising vs. decommonising effects of a wicked driver 

    Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Nayak, Prateep K. (2017)
    Much coastal fisheries literature supports the idea that shrimp aquaculture has the potential to cause considerable social and environmental destruction. The aim of the paper is to highlight the two faces of shrimp aquaculture ...
  • A systematic global stocktake of evidence on human adaptation to climate change 

    Berrang-Ford, Lea; Siders, A. R.; Lesnikowski, Alexandra; Fischer, Alexandra Paige; Callaghan, Max W.; Haddaway, Neal R.; Mach, Katharine J.; Araos, Malcolm; Shah, Mohammad Aminur Rahman; Wannewitz, Mia; Doshi, Deepal; Leiter, Timo; Matavel, Custodio; Musah-Surugu, Justice Issah; Wong-Parodi, Gabrielle; Antwi-Agyei, Philip; Ajibade, Idowu; Chauhan, Neha; Kakenmaster, William; Grady, Caitlin; Chalastani, Vasiliki I.; Jagannathan, Kripa; Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Sitati, Asha; Scarpa, Giulia; Totin, Edmond; Davis, Katy; Hamilton, Nikita Charles; Kirchhoff, Christine J.; Kumar, Praveen; Pentz, Brian; Simpson, Nicholas P.; Theokritoff, Emily; Deryng, Delphine; Reckien, Diana; Zavaleta-Cortijo, Carol; Ulibarri, Nicola; Segnon, Alcade C.; Khavhagali, Vhalinavho; Shang, Yuanyuan; Zvobgo, Luckson; Zommers, Zinta; Xu, Jiren; Williams, Portia Adade; Canosa, Ivan Villaverde; van Maanen, Nicole; van Bavel, Bianca; van Aalst, Maarten K.; Turek-Hankins, Lynee L.; Trivedi, Hasti; Trisos, Christopher H.; Thomas, Adelle; Thakur, Shinny; Templeman, Sienna; Stringer, Lindsay C.; Sotnik, Garry; Sjostrom, Kathryn Dana; Singh, Chandni; Sina, Mariella Z.; Shukla, Roopam; Sardans, Jordi; Salubi, Eunice A.; Chalkasra, Lolita Shaila Safaee; Ruiz-Diaz, Raquel; Richards, Carys; Pokharel, Pratik; Petzold, Jan; Penuelas, Josep; Avila, Julia Pelaez; Murillo, Julia B. Pazmino; Ouni, Souha; Niemann, Jennifer; Nielsen, Miriam; New, Mark; Schwerdtle, Patricia Nayna; Alverio, Gabriela Nagle; Mullin, Cristina A.; Mullenite, Joshua; Mosurska, Anuszka; Morecroft, Mike D.; Minx, Jan C.; Maskell, Gina; Nunbogu, Abraham Marshall; Magnan, Alexandre K.; Lwasa, Shuaib; Lukas-Sithole, Megan; Lissner, Tabea; Lilford, Oliver; Koller, Steven F.; Jurjonas, Matthew; Joe, Elphin Tom; Huynh, Lam TM M.; Hill, Avery; Hernandez, Rebecca R.; Hegde, Greeshma; Hawxwell, Tom; Harper, Sherilee L.; Harden, Alexandra; Haasnoot, Marjolijn; Gilmore, Elisabeth A.; Gichuki, Leah; Gatt, Alyssa; Garschagen, Matthias; Ford, James D.; Forbes, Andrew; Farrell, Aidan D.; Enquist, Carolyn AF F.; Elliott, Susan; Duncan, Emily; Coughlan de Perez, Erin; Coggins, Shaugn; Chen, Tara; Campbell, Donovan; Browne, Katherine E.; Bowen, Kathryn J.; Biesbroek, Robbert; Bhatt, Indra D.; Kerr, Rachel Bezner; Barr, Stephanie L.; Baker, Emily; Austin, Stephanie E.; Arotoma-Rojas, Ingrid; Anderson, Christa; Ajaz, Warda; Agrawal, Tanvi; Abu, Thelma Zulfawu (Nature Portfolio, 2021-10-28)
    Assessing global progress on human adaptation to climate change is an urgent priority. Although the literature on adaptation to climate change is rapidly expanding, little is known about the actual extent of implementation. ...
  • A global assessment of policy tools to support climate adaptation 

    Ulibarri, Nicola; Ajibade, Idowu; Galappaththi, Eranga K.; Joe, Elphin Tom; Lesnikowski, Alexandra; Mach, Katharine J.; Musah-Surugu, Justice Issah; Alverio, Gabriela Nagle; Segnon, Alcade C.; Siders, A. R.; Sotnik, Garry; Campbell, Donovan; Chalastani, Vasiliki I.; Jagannathan, Kripa; Khavhagali, Vhalinavho; Reckien, Diana; Shang, Yuanyuan; Singh, Chandni; Zommers, Zinta (Taylor & Francis, 2021-11-16)
    Governments, businesses, and civil society organizations have diverse policy tools to incentivize adaptation. Policy tools can shape the type and extent of adaptation, and therefore, function either as barriers or enablers ...
  • Mobile phone use and agricultural productivity among female smallholder farmers in Tanzania 

    Quandt, Amy; Salerno, Jonathan D.; Baird, Timothy D.; McCabe, J. Terrence; Xu, Emilie; Herrick, Jeffrey E.; Hartter, Joel (2021)
    Evidence shows that mobile phones can improve agricultural productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa, yet few studies examine gender disparities in mobile phone ownership and use, and how they relate to the gender gap in agricultural ...
  • Roles of Autonomous Motivation, Individualism, and Instructor Support in Student-Centered Learning in South Korea and the United States 

    Baird, Timothy D.; Lee, Eunbae (2021-10-31)
    It is commonly understood that students’ autonomous motivation and individualistic orientations and instructors’ autonomy support are important for student-centered learning (SCL). However, few studies have examined this ...

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