Ellie Biggs
Ellie Biggs
Environmental Geographer | Landscape Artist
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Sustainable development and the water–energy–food nexus: A perspective on livelihoods
E Biggs, E Bruce, B Boruff, J Duncan, J Horsley, N Pauli, K McNeill, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 54, 389–397, 2015
Assessing the accuracy and applied use of satellite-derived precipitation estimates over Nepal
J Duncan, EM Biggs
Applied Geography 34, 626-638, 2012
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
Monitoring socio-environmental change for sustainable development: Developing a Multidimensional Livelihoods Index (MLI)
C Donohue, E Biggs
Applied geography 62, 391-403, 2015
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
Observing climate impacts on tea yield in Assam, India
J Duncan, S Saikia, N Gupta, E Biggs
Applied Geography 77, 64-71, 2016
Agricultural adaptation to climate change: observations from the Mid-Hills of Nepal
EM Biggs, EL Tompkins, J Allen, C Moon, R Allen
Climate and Development 5 (2), 165-173, 2013
A comparison of gauge and radar precipitation data for simulating an extreme hydrological event in the Severn Uplands, UK
EM Biggs, PM Atkinson
Hydrological Processes 25 (5), 795-810, 2011
A characterisation of climate variability and trends in hydrological extremes in the Severn Uplands
EM Biggs, PM Atkinson
International Journal of Climatology 31 (11), 1634-1652, 2011
Environmental Livelihood Security in Southeast Asia and Oceania: A Water-Energy-Food-Livelihoods Nexus Approach for Spatially Assessing Change
EM Biggs, B Boruff, E Bruce, JMA Duncan, B Haworth, S Duce, J Horsley, ...
White paper. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute …, 2014
Subpixel land-cover classification for improved urban area estimates using Landsat
A MacLachlan, G Roberts, E Biggs, B Boruff
International Journal of Remote Sensing 38 (20), 5763-5792, 2017
A Community‐Level Assessment Of Factors Affecting Livelihoods In Nawalparasi District, Nepal
EM Biggs, GR Watmough
Journal of International Development, 2012
The tea landscape of Assam: Multi-stakeholder insights into sustainable livelihoods under a changing climate
E Biggs, N Gupta, S Saikia, J Duncan
Environmental Science and Policy 82, 9-18, 2018
Urban Growth Dynamics in Perth, Western Australia: Using Applied Remote Sensing for Sustainable Future Planning
A MacLachlan, E Biggs, G Roberts, B Boruff
Land 6 (1), 2017
Measurement of social networks for innovation within community disaster resilience
J Wilkin, E Biggs, A Tatem
Sustainability 11 (7), 1943, 2019
Urbanisation-Induced Land Cover Temperature Dynamics for Sustainable Future Urban Heat Island Mitigation
A MacLachlan, E Biggs, G Roberts, B Boruff
Urban Science 1 (4), 38, 2017
Why bees are critical for achieving sustainable development
V Patel, N Pauli, E Biggs, L Barbour, B Boruff
Ambio 50 (1), 49-59, 2020
Geographic Information and Communication Technologies for Supporting Smallholder Agriculture and Climate Resilience
B Haworth, E Biggs, J Duncan, N Wales, B Boruff, E Bruce
Climate 6 (4), 97, 2018
Tea production characteristics of tea growers (plantations and smallholdings) and livelihood dimensions of tea workers in Assam, India
E Biggs, N Gupta, S Saikia, J Duncan
Data in Brief 17, 1379-1387, 2018
Using a social-ecological system approach to enhance understanding of structural interconnectivities within the beekeeping industry for sustainable decision-making
V Patel, E Biggs, N Pauli, B Boruff
Ecology and Society 25 (2), 24, 2020
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