The November 2016 citations to Prof. Phoebe Koundouri articles
Here are the November 2016 new citations to Prof. Phoebe Koundouri (ICRE8, AUEB, LSE) articles bringing the total to 3454.
According to google scholar her work has been cited in the following publications:
W Tesfaye, N Tirivayi - 2016
Abstract Postharvest loss exacerbates the food insecurity and welfare loss of farming
households in developing countries. This paper analyses the effect of improved storage, a
climate-smart crop management technology, on household food and nutrition security, ...
L Rusu, F Onea - Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2016
Abstract The main objectives of the present work are to review the global wave energy
resources according to the most recent datasets available, to identify the locations with the
worldwide highest wave energy potential and to assess in those locations the ...
B Leonard, A Kinsella, C O'Donoghue, M Farrell… - Land Use Policy, 2017
Abstract Farm succession and inheritance is increasingly considered a complex
phenomenon which not only affects core dimensions of farm family life but also the
agricultural sector more widely. Intergenerational farm transfer in particular is increasingly ...
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M Bezabih, R Ruhinduka - 2016
Abstract This article assesses the consequential risk impacts of the recent system of rice
intensification (SRI) implemented in the Morogoro region of Tanzania, one of the largest
Semi-Arid regions, using household and farm plot level data extended to incorporate ...
WA Ellis, SI FitzGibbon, BJ Barth, AC Niehaus… - Biology Letters, 2016
Abstract Daylight saving time (DST) could reduce collisions with wildlife by changing the
timing of commuter traffic relative to the behaviour of nocturnal animals. To test this idea, we
tracked wild koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) in southeast Queensland, where koalas ...
BG Migwi - 2016
Aflatoxin contamination of key staples compromises quality of food products, trade and
health of consumers whereas acute exposure can be fatal. Aflasafe KE01 is a promising
biological control product in the management of aflatoxin contamination of key staples ...
M Floury, P Usseglio‐Polatera, C Delattre, Y Souchon - Global Change Biology, 2016
Abstract Although species traits have the potential to disentangle long-term effects of
multiple, potentially confounded, drivers in ecosystems, this issue has received very little
attention in the literature. We aimed at filling this gap by assessing the relative effects of ...
CG Soares - 2016
M Terrado, S Sabater, V Acuña - Environmental Research Letters, 2016
Abstract The loss and degradation of natural habitats is a primary cause of biodiversity
decline. The increasing impacts of climate and land use change affect water availability,
ultimately decreasing agricultural production. Areas devoted to irrigation have been ...
J Mettakoonpitak, J Mehaffy, J Volckens, CS Henry - Electroanalysis, 2016
Abstract A new method for modifying electrodes with Ag nanoparticles (AgNPs) using
electrospray deposition for sensitive, selective detection of Zn (II), Cd (II), and Pb (II) in
aerosol samples when combined with Bismuth and Nafion coating and square-wave ...
Abstract New agricultural technologies for rice farmers are vital to raising agricultural
productivity and food security in sub-Saharan Africa. However, adoption and diffusion of
such technologies has been slow. In this paper, we survey farmers in two rice production ...
ABSTRACT Noise pollution around the Al-Muthanna university in Al-Samawah city was
measured to study the effects on the teaching-learning processes and performance of both
teachers and students during November and December 2014. Digital Sound Level Meter ( ...
EH George, GK GALANI
Abstract Marine and coastal ecosystems are of high importance owing to the mankind
dependence on the goods and services provided. Due to the lack of an official market to
valuate non-marketed goods and services, contingent valuation is applied intensively in ...
J Baranauskienė - 2015
Mokslo daktaro disertacija rengta 2011–2015 metais Aleksandro Stulginskio universitete
pagal suteiktą Vytauto Didžiojo universitetui, ISM Vadybos ir ekonomikos universitetui,
Aleksandro Stulginskio universitetui, Mykolo Romerio universitetui ir Šiaulių universitetui ( ...
JY Lee, BR Ellingwood - Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 2016
Abstract Public awareness of civil infrastructure performance has increased considerably in
recent years as a result of repeated natural disasters. Risks from natural hazards may
increase dramatically in the future, given current patterns of urbanization and population ...
Q Zuo, Z Luo, X Ding - Water, 2016
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E Rosales Asensio - 2016
Alrededor del 80% de la energía utilizada en viviendas tiene como fin último proporcionar
calefacción y agua caliente, lo que significa que potencialmente existirían unos 15 000
PJ/año (4100 TWh) a ser satisfechos a través del calor residual de las centrales térmicas ...
W Climate Change
Executive Summary The impacts of climate change will be channeled primarily through the
water cycle, with consequences that could be large and uneven across the globe. Water-
related climate risks cascade through food, energy, urban, and environmental systems. ...
H Cui - 2016
Abstract As the world's most populous country, with more than 16 million births every year,
China has emerged as a large importer of baby formula. China's relaxation of the one-child
policy, which was announced in 2015, is expected to increase the number of births ...
A Garcia‐Prats, AD del Campo, M Pulido‐Velazquez - Water Resources Research
Abstract Forests play a determinant role in the hydrologic cycle, with water being the most
important ecosystem service they provide in semiarid regions. However, this contribution is
usually neither quantified nor explicitly valued. The aim of this study is to develop a novel ...
KF Zimmermann - The Indian Journal of Labour Economics
Abstract Well-being is the ultimate objective of any labour movement. For long, efforts have
concentrated on the provision of jobs and decent work conditions. Recently, however, labour
economics has been focussing on health, in general, and mental health, in particular. It is ...
NT Skoulikidis, S Sabater, T Datry, MM Morais… - Science of The Total …, 2016
Abstract Non-perennial rivers and streams (NPRS) cover> 50% of the global river network.
They are particularly predominant in Mediterranean Europe as a result of dry climate
conditions, climate change and land use development. Historically, both scientists and ...
N Boonyanam - Applied Environmental Research, 2016
Abstract Air pollution in the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate in Thailand, has caused increasing
risk of death, injury and health problems for local residents. Existing control measures are
ineffective due to weak law enforcement. Although the problem has drawn a lot of ...
STM Dissanayake, P Jha, B Adhikari, R Bista…
Abstract [223 words]: Curbing deforestation is believed to be a highly cost-effective way to
address climate change. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation
(REDD+) is a UN program that provides incentives to reduce carbon emissions by curbing ...
E Katungi, C Larochelle, J Mugaboo, R Buruchara - 2016
Abstract This paper investigates the determinants of the decision to switch from cultivating
bush to high yielding climbing beans and estimates the causal impact of adoption of
climbing beans on productivity based a nationally representative sample of bean ...
A Pistocchi, A Udias, B Grizzetti, E Gelati, P Koundouri… - Science of The Total …, 2016
The contribution illustrates an integrated assessment framework aimed at evaluating the
relationships between multiple pressures and water body status for the p.
N Becker, Y Farja - Environmental Management, 2016
Abstract This paper utilizes economic valuation to offer a new perspective on livestock
rancher—predator conflicts. While most studies have considered losses to the species
directly involved, ie, cattle and wolves (Canis lupus), we take into account other species ...
Here is a link to Phoebe Koundouri citations according to google scholar.
According to Mendeley reference manager and academic social network her article:
Managing the effects of multiple stressors on aquatic ecosystems under water scarcity. The GLOBAQUA project
Navarro-Ortega, A., Acuña, V., Bellin, A., Burek, P., Cassiani, G., Choukr-Allah, R., Dolédec, S., Elosegi, A., Ferrari, F., Ginebreda, A., Grathwohl, P., Jones, C., Rault, P.K., Kok, K., Koundouri, P., Ludwig, R.P., Merz, R., Milacic, R., Muñoz, I., Nikulin, G., Paniconi, C., Paunovi?, M., Petrovic, M., Sabater, L., Sabaterb, S., Skoulikidis, N.T., Slob, A., Teutsch, G., Voulvoulis, N., Barceló, D.
Science of the Total Environment
volume 503-504, issue , year 2015, pp. 3 - 9
...has been cited in the following publications:
Evaluation of precipitation input for SWAT modeling in Alpine catchment: A case study in the Adige river basin (Italy)
Tuo, Y., Duan, Z., Disse, M., Chiogna, G.
Science of the Total Environment
volume 573, issue , year 2016, pp. 66 - 82
Climate change and adaptive water management measures in Chtouka Aït Baha region (Morocco)
Seif-Ennasr, M., Zaaboul, R., Hirich, A., Caroletti, G.N., Bouchaou, L., El Morjani, Z.E.A., Beraaouz, E.H., McDonnell, R.A., Choukr-Allah, R.
Science of the Total Environment
volume 573, issue , year 2016, pp. 862 - 875