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In the hearth, on the mind: Cultural consensus on fuelwood and cookstoves in the middle Himalayas of India
A Jagadish, P Dwivedi
Energy Research and Social Science 37, 44-51, 2018
602018
Politics of vulnerability: Impacts of COVID-19 and Cyclone Harold on Indo-Fijians engaged in small-scale fisheries
S Mangubhai, Y Nand, C Reddy, A Jagadish
Environmental science & policy 120, 195-203, 2021
592021
A theory‐based framework for understanding the establishment, persistence, and diffusion of community‐based conservation
SL Mahajan, A Jagadish, L Glew, G Ahmadia, H Becker, RY Fidler, L Jeha, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (1), e299, 2021
462021
Perceptions of stakeholder groups about the participation of African American family forest landowners in federal landowner assistance programs
P Dwivedi, A Jagadish, J Schelhas
Journal of forestry 114 (2), 89-96, 2016
352016
What evidence exists on the links between natural climate solutions and climate change mitigation outcomes in subtropical and tropical terrestrial regions? A systematic map …
SH Cheng, S Costedoat, EJ Sterling, C Chamberlain, A Jagadish, ...
Environmental Evidence 11 (1), 15, 2022
152022
Gatekeepers, shareholders, and evangelists: expanding communication networks of African American forest landowners in North Carolina
S Hitchner, P Dwivedi, J Schelhas, A Jagadish
Society & natural resources 32 (7), 751-767, 2019
142019
Drivers of adoption and spread of wildlife management initiatives in Mexico
C Romero‐de‐Diego, A Dean, A Jagadish, B Witt, MB Mascia, M Mills
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (7), e438, 2021
102021
Deconstructing networks, unearthing consensus: Diffusion of “cleaner” cookstoves in rural Himalayas of India
A Jagadish, P Dwivedi
Energy, Sustainability and Society 9, 1-13, 2019
72019
Accelerating evidence-informed decision-making in conservation implementing agencies through effective monitoring, evaluation, and learning
SL Mahajan, L Tanner, G Ahmadia, H Becker, N DeMello, R Fidler, ...
Biological Conservation 286, 110304, 2023
62023
The state of subsidies: Small-scale fisher perceptions on subsidies in Karnataka, India
S John, A Jagadish, R Bhatta, A Sridhar
Asian Fisheries Science 27, 45-60, 2014
62014
National-level evaluation of a community-based marine management initiative
T O’Garra, S Mangubhai, A Jagadish, M Tabunakawai-Vakalalabure, ...
Nature Sustainability 6 (8), 908-918, 2023
42023
Introducing Elinor for monitoring the governance and management of area‐based conservation
SL Mahajan, S Obiene, L Ojwang, N Olwero, A Valdivia, A Wosu, E Adrid, ...
Conservation Biology, e14213, 2024
22024
Agent-based modeling of “cleaner” cookstove adoption and woodfuel use: An integrative empirical approach
A Jagadish, P Dwivedi, KD McEntire, M Chandar
Forest policy and economics 106, 101972, 2019
22019
Corrigendum to" Scaling Indigenous-led natural resource management"[Glob. Environ. Chang. 84 (2024) 102799]
A Jagadish, A Freni-Sterrantino, Y He, T O'Garra, L Gecchele, ...
Global Environmental Change 86, 102824, 2024
2024
Forecasting adoption trends for adaptive management of conservation scaling
M Clark, T Pienkowski, A Jagadish, C Archibald, S Gelcich, H Govan, ...
Available at SSRN 4808931, 2024
2024
Scaling Indigenous-led natural resource management
A Jagadish, A Freni-Sterrantino, Y He, T O'Garra, L Gecchele, ...
Global Environmental Change 84, 102799, 2024
2024
Assessing evidence on the impacts of nature-based interventions for climate change mitigation: a systematic map of primary and secondary research from subtropical and tropical …
SH Cheng, S Costedoat, A Sigouin, GF Calistro, CJ Chamberlain, ...
Environmental Evidence 12 (1), 21, 2023
2023
New Summer, Old Winter: Household Energy Transitions in Rural Himalayas of India
A Jagadish
University of Georgia, 2018
2018
Spatial predictors of landowners’ engagement in the restoration of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
T Pienkowski, AF Sterrantino, A Tedesco, M Clark, PHS Brancalion, ...
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