Breccia

Scientific publications

Anghileri Daniela, et al. Comparison of hydrological and vegetation remote sensing datasets as proxies for rainfed maize yield in MalawiAgricultural Water Management Vol. 262, 14 December 2021: Article 107394

Bedelian, C., Bonaya, M., Ibrahim, A.A., Hesse, C., Karaho, E., Ngarachu, F., Ododa, K., Orindi, V., and Wendo, H. (2022). Improving the functionality of water investments in the drylands. Learning from Kenya’s County Climate Change Fund. Nairobi, Kenya: Ada Consortium.

Chengxiu Li, et al. Increased flooded area and exposure in the White Volta river basin in Western Africa, identified from multi-source remote sensing dataSci Rep Vol. 12, No. 3701, 08 March 2022. 

Chengxiu Li, et al. Growing Spatial Overlap Between Dam-Related Flooding, Cropland and Domestic Water Points: A Water–Energy–Food Nexus Management Challenge in Malawi and Ghana. Front Water Vol. 3, 08 October 2021: 730370

Oscar Kambombe, et al. Spatio-temporal analysis of droughts in the Lake Chilwa Basin, Malawi. Theor Appl Climatol Vol. 144, 26 March 2021: pp. 1219-1231. 

Francis Oloo, et al. Quantifying Tree Cover Loss in Urban Forests within Nairobi City Metropolitan Area from Earth Observation Data. Environ Sci Proc Vol. 1, 25 October 2020.

Jadunandan Dash, et al. Satellites and crop interventions. Nature Sustainability Vol. 2, 07 October 2019.

Kandel Matt, et al. Assessing Social Equity in Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) Interventions: Findings from Ghana. Ecological Restoration Vol. 39. Nos. 1-2, March and June 2021: pp. 64-76.

He, X.L, et al. Integrated approaches to understanding and reducing drought impact on food security across scales. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability Vol. 40, Oct. 2019: pp. 43-54.

Namenya Daniel, et al. Watershed governance for food security in the Sio River Basin: A Paradox of Kenya’s Devolution System. Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities Vol. 3, No. 3 2020: pp. 2465-2478.

Sheffield Justin, et al. Satellite Remote Sensing for Water Resources Management: Potential for Supporting Sustainable Development in Data-Poor Regions. Water Resources Research Vol. 54, Issue 12, December 2018:  pp. 9724-9758.

Wekesa S. Sospeter, et al. Water Flow Behavior and Storage Potential of the Semi-Arid Ephemeral River System in the Mara Basin of Kenya. Frontiers in Environmental Science Vol. 8, July 2020: pp. 127-142.

Matt Kandel, et al. Scalable and equitable governance in farmer managed natural regeneration. European Tropical Forest Research Network (ETFRN) Vol. 60, December 2020: pp. 169-176.

Chengxiu Li, et al. Recent changes in cropland area and productivity indicate unsustainable cropland expansion in Malawi. Environmental Research Letters Vol. 16 No. 8 August 2021: 084052. 

Kandel Matt. Developing resilient livelihoods in the drylands of Africa. Africa: Year in Review 2018. p 18.

Jon Lawn, et al. Effective project support for international research collaboration: key considerations. May 2021

Book chapter: Matt Kandel, Chanimbe Benamba, Rahinatu S. Alare, Genevieve Agaba and Kate Schreckenberg. (2020). Scalable and equitable governance in farmer managed natural regeneration. In Pasiecznik N, Reij C (Ed.), ETFRN News 60: Restoring African drylands. (pp. 169-77). Online:Tropenbos

Book: Gjerdi, H. L., Gunn, T., Mishra, A., Pulwarty, R. S. and Sheffield, J. 2019. Droughts in the Anthropocene/Les sécheresses dans l’Anthropocène. UNESCO and GRID-Arendal.