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Ariell Ahearn
Ariell Ahearn
Departmental Lecturer in Human Geography, Oxford University
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Central Asian ‘characteristics’ on China’s new Silk Road: The role of landscape and the politics of infrastructure
T Sternberg, A Ahearn, F McConnell
Land 6 (3), 55, 2017
952017
Contradictions in schooling children among Mongolian pastoralists
A Ahearn, D Bumochir
Human organization 75 (1), 87-96, 2016
272016
Herders and hazards: covariate dzud risk and the cost of risk management strategies in a Mongolian subdistrict
A Ahearn
Natural Hazards 92 (1), 165-181, 2018
212018
The role of kinship in negotiating territorial rights: exploring claims for winter pasture ownership in Mongolia
A Ahearn
Inner Asia 18 (2), 245-264, 2016
142016
Gobi Herders’ decision-making and risk management under changing climate
TN Mijiddorj, A Ahearn, C Mishra, B Boldgiv
Human Ecology 47 (5), 785-794, 2019
112019
Indigenous peoples and climate change—emerging research on traditional knowledge and livelihoods
A Ahearn, M Oelz, R Kumar Dhir
International Labour Organization, 2019
112019
Livelihoods and Learning: Education for All and the Marginalization of Mobile Pastoralists
A Ahearn
Nomadic Peoples 20 (2), 287-290, 2016
112016
Frameworks for conflict mediation in international infrastructure development: A comparative overview and critical appraisal
S Lezak, A Ahearn, F McConnell, T Sternberg
Journal of Cleaner Production 239, 118099, 2019
102019
Winters without women: Social change, split households and gendered labour in rural Mongolia
A Ahearn
Gender, Place & Culture 25 (3), 399-415, 2018
102018
From conflict to a community development agreement: A South Gobi solution
T Sternberg, A Ahearn, F McConnell
Community Development Journal 55 (3), 533-538, 2020
92020
The new Mongolian state herder: Examining invocations and improvisations of the state in rural Mongolia
A Ahearn
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (3), 882-898, 2020
52020
Central Asian ‘Characteristics’ on China’s New Silk Road: The Role of Landscape and the Politics of Infrastructure. Land, 6(3), pp. 55
T Sternberg, A Ahearn, F McConnell, T Sternberg, A Ahearn, F McConnell
52017
Herd Agency: Rethinking Herd–Herder Relations in Mongolia and Qinghai, China
D Bumochir, B Ichinkhorloo, A Ahearn
Inner Asia 22 (2), 183-198, 2020
42020
A condensed history of the public administration of pastoralism in Mongolia
A Ahearn
Nomadic Peoples 22 (2), 282-303, 2018
32018
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Arid Land Systems: Sciences and Societies
T Sternberg, A Ahearn
MDPI, 2019
12019
2. Surviving Extreme Weather: Mongolian indigenous knowledge, local institutions and governance innovations for adaptation
A Ahearn
Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change, 9, 2019
12019
Herd It in the Gobi: Deserting Pastoralism?
T Sternberg, JR Mayaud, A Ahearn
Land 11 (6), 799, 2022
2022
Adaptive decision-making on stocking rates improves the resilience of a livestock system exposed to climate shocks
F Joly, R Sabatier, L Tatin, C Mosnier, A Ahearn, M Benoit, B Hubert, ...
Ecological Modelling 464, 109799, 2022
2022
Filling a hole? Compensation for mining-induced losses in the South Gobi
A Ahearn, B Namsrai
The Impact of Mining Lifecycles in Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan, 76-93, 2021
2021
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