Maia Call
Maia Call
The Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, Annapolis, MD
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Disruption, not displacement: environmental variability and temporary migration in Bangladesh
MA Call, C Gray, M Yunus, M Emch
Global environmental change 46, 157-165, 2017
582017
Smallholder responses to climate anomalies in rural Uganda
M Call, C Gray, P Jagger
World Development 115, 132-144, 2019
152019
Spatio-temporal dimensions of child poverty in America, 1990–2010
MA Call, PR Voss
Environment and Planning A 48 (1), 172-191, 2016
132016
Sea-level rise and human migration
ME Hauer, E Fussell, V Mueller, M Burkett, M Call, K Abel, R McLeman, ...
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, 1-12, 2019
92019
Socio-environmental drivers of forest change in rural Uganda
M Call, T Mayer, S Sellers, D Ebanks, M Bertalan, E Nebie, C Gray
Land Use Policy 62, 49-58, 2017
82017
Meeting the looming policy challenge of sea-level change and human migration
DJ Wrathall, V Mueller, PU Clark, A Bell, M Oppenheimer, M Hauer, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (12), 898-901, 2019
22019
How does gendered vulnerability shape the adoption and impact of sustainable livelihood interventions in an era of global climate change?
M Call, S Sellers
Environmental Research Letters 14 (8), 083005, 2019
22019
Social capital, collective action, and communal grazing lands in Uganda
M Call, P Jagger
International journal of the commons 11 (2), 2017
22017
Indigenous Health in the Ecuadorian Amazon: A Multilevel and Longitudinal Analysis
C Gray, M Call, RE Bilsborrow, M Emch
2017 International Population Conference, 2017
2017
Climate Events and Short Term Migration in Matlab, Bangladesh
M Call, C Gray, M Emch, M Ali
Age 27, 0.19, 2016
2016
Indigenous Health in the Ecuadorian Amazon: A Multilevel and Longitudinal Analysis
M Call, C Gray, RE Bilsborrow, M Emch
2016 Annual Meeting, 2016
2016
Climate anomalies, land degradation, and rural out-migration in Uganda
M Call, C Gray
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