Billy Tusker Haworth
Billy Tusker Haworth
Lecturer in International Disaster Management, University of Manchester
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Sustainable development and the water–energy–food nexus: A perspective on livelihoods
E Biggs, E Bruce, B Boruff, JMA Duncan, J Horsley, N Pauli, K McNeill, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 54, 389-397, 2015
A Review of Volunteered Geographic Information for Disaster Management
B Haworth, E Bruce
Geography Compass 9 (5), 237-250, 2015
Emergency management perspectives on volunteered geographic information: Opportunities, challenges and change
B Haworth
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 57, 189-198, 2016
Spatio-temporal analysis of graffiti occurrence in an inner-city urban environment
B Haworth, E Bruce, K Iveson
Applied Geography 38, 53-63, 2013
Implications of Volunteered Geographic Information for Disaster Management and GIScience: A More Complex World of Volunteered Geography
BT Haworth
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (1), 226-240, 2018
Assessing the application and value of participatory mapping for community bushfire preparation
B Haworth, J Whittaker, E Bruce
Applied Geography 76, 115-127, 2016
The good, the bad, and the uncertain: Contributions of volunteered geographic information to community disaster resilience
BT Haworth, E Bruce, J Whittaker, R Read
Frontiers in Earth Science 6, 183, 2018
Emerging technologies for risk reduction: assessing the potential use of social media and VGI for increasing community engagement in bushfire preparation
B Haworth, E Bruce, P Middleton
Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30 (3), 36-41, 2015
Environmental Livelihood Security in Southeast Asia and Oceania: A Water-Energy-Food-Livelihoods Nexus Approach for Spatially Assessing Change
E Biggs, B Boruff, E Bruce, J Duncan, B Haworth, S Duce, J Horsley, ...
White paper. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute …, 2014
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
Flood Risk Perceptions and Coping Capacities among the Retired Population, with implications for risk communication: a study of residents in a north Wales coastal town, UK
B Walkling, BT Haworth
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 51, 101793, 2020
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, B Haworth, J Horsley, ...
IWMI-CGIAR White PaperInternational Water Management Institute, Colombo, Sri …, 2014
Reading socio-political and spatial dynamics through graffiti in conflict-affected societies
B Vogel, C Arthur, E Lepp, D O’Driscoll, BT Haworth
Third World Quarterly 41 (12), 2148-2168, 2020
Managing multifunctional landscapes: Local insights from a Pacific Island Country context
J Duncan, BT Haworth, B Boruff, N Wales, E Biggs, E Bruce
Journal of Environmental Management 260, 109692, 2020
Centaur VGI: A Hybrid Human–Machine Approach to Address Global Inequalities in Map Coverage
JJ Huck, C Perkins, BT Haworth, EB Moro, M Nirmalan
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 111 (1), 231-251, 2021
Online tools can help people in disasters, but do they represent everyone?
BT Haworth, C Eriksen, SJ McKinnon
The Conversation, 2019
Assessing the potential, application, and implications of volunteered geographic information in disaster risk reduction
BT Haworth
Do integrated landscape approaches moderate climate impacts on livelihoods? A review of the evidence from agricultural landscapes
JMA Duncan, B Boruff, EM Biggs, BT Haworth, N Wales, E Bruce
Regional Environmental Change 21 (25), 2021
Using participatory mapping to harness local knowledge and increase community connectedness in bushfire preparation
B Haworth, J Whittaker, E Bruce
AFAC16, Brisbane, 52-59, 2016
The importance of queer community resilience
BT Haworth
The Australian Journal of Emergency Management 37 (1), 31-32, 2022
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