John Duncan
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Sustainable development and the water–energy–food nexus: A perspective on livelihoods
EM Biggs, E Bruce, B Boruff, JMA Duncan, J Horsley, N Pauli, K McNeill, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 54, 389-397, 2015
2632015
Assessing the accuracy and applied use of satellite-derived precipitation estimates over Nepal
JMA Duncan, EM Biggs
Applied Geography 34, 626-638, 2012
512012
Plenty of water, not enough strategy: How inadequate accessibility, poor governance and a volatile government can tip the balance against ensuring water security: The case of Nepal
EM Biggs, JMA Duncan, PM Atkinson, J Dash
Environmental science & policy 33, 388-394, 2013
482013
Elucidating the impact of temperature variability and extremes on cereal croplands through remote sensing
JMA Duncan, J Dash, PM Atkinson
Global change biology 21 (4), 1541-1551, 2015
332015
Spatio-temporal trends in precipitation and their implications for water resources management in climate-sensitive Nepal
JMA Duncan, EM Biggs, J Dash, PM Atkinson
Applied Geography 43, 138-146, 2013
312013
Observing climate impacts on tea yield in Assam, India
JMA Duncan, SD Saikia, N Gupta, EM Biggs
Applied geography 77, 64-71, 2016
232016
Analysing temporal trends in the Indian Summer Monsoon and its variability at a fine spatial resolution
JMA Duncan, J Dash, PM Atkinson
Climatic change 117 (1-2), 119-131, 2013
172013
The resilience of integrated agricultural systems to climate change
JDB Gil, AS Cohn, J Duncan, P Newton, S Vermeulen
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (4), e461, 2017
152017
Environmental livelihood security in Southeast Asia and Oceania: a water-energy-food-livelihoods nexus approach for spatially assessing change. White paper
EM Biggs, B Boruff, E Bruce, JMA Duncan, BJ Haworth, S Duce, J Horsley, ...
IWMI, 2014
132014
The potential of satellite-observed crop phenology to enhance yield gap assessments in smallholder landscapes
J Duncan, J Dash, PM Atkinson
Frontiers in Environmental Science 3, 56, 2015
122015
Resilience to hazards: rice farmers in the Mahanadi Delta, India
J Duncan, E Tompkins, J Dash, B Tripathy
Ecology and Society 22 (4), 2017
112017
The tea landscape of Assam: Multi-stakeholder insights into sustainable livelihoods under a changing climate
EM Biggs, N Gupta, SD Saikia, JMA Duncan
Environmental Science & Policy 82, 9-18, 2018
82018
Observing adaptive capacity in Indian rice production systems
JMA Duncan, J Dash, EL Tompkins
AIMS Agriculture and Food 2 (2), 165-182, 2017
72017
Spatio-temporal dynamics in the phenology of croplands across the Indo-Gangetic Plains
JMA Duncan, J Dash, PM Atkinson
Advances in Space Research 54 (4), 710-725, 2014
72014
Environmental Livelihood Security in South-East Asia and Oceania: a Nexus-Livelihoods Approach for Spatially Assessing Change. White Paper
EM Biggs, B Boruff, E Bruce, JMA Duncan, S Duce, BJ Haworth, J Horsley, ...
IWMI-CGIAR White PaperInternational Water Management Institute, Colombo, Sri …, 2014
72014
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Turning down the heat: An enhanced understanding of the relationship between urban vegetation and surface temperature at the city scale
JMA Duncan, B Boruff, A Saunders, Q Sun, J Hurley, M Amati
Science of the Total Environment 656, 118-128, 2019
52019
Tea production characteristics of tea growers (plantations and smallholdings) and livelihood dimensions of tea workers in Assam, India
EM Biggs, N Gupta, SD Saikia, JMA Duncan
Data in brief 17, 1379-1387, 2018
32018
Geographic information and communication technologies for supporting smallholder agriculture and climate resilience
BT Haworth, E Biggs, J Duncan, N Wales, B Boruff, E Bruce
Climate 6 (4), 97, 2018
22018
Mangrove forests enhance rice cropland resilience to tropical cyclones: evidence from the Bhitarkanika Conservation Area
J Duncan, J Dash, EL Tompkins
International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2014
12014
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