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GCFSI Gender Strategy (.PDF)
Hamm, M. W. (2015, March 11). U.S. Dietary Guidelines Report – What's the Fuss Over Sustainability? Knowledge for better food systems. (.html)
Hamm, M. W. (2015, March 30). Feeding Cities - with Indoor Vertical Farms? Knowledge for better food systems. (.html)
Hamm, M. W. (2015, May 20). City Region Food Systems – Part I – Conceptualization. Knowledge for better food systems. (.html)
Hamm, M. W. (2015, June 5). City Region Food Systems – Part II – Who Will Farm? Knowledge for better food systems. (.html)
Hamm, M. W. (2015, June 5). City Region Food Systems - Part IIIA – Scale and Production Strategy. Knowledge for better food systems. (.html)
Hamm, M. W. (2015, July 3). City Region Food Systems - Part IIIB - Scale and Production Strategy. Knowledge for better food systems. (.html)
Messina, J.P., Peter, B.G., & Snapp, S.S. (2017). Re-evaluating the Malawian Farm Input Subsidy Programme. Nat. Plants 3, 17013.
Lin S., Messina, JP., Snapp, S. (in press) Mapping Marginal Land Distribution in Malawi Through Assessment of Agricultural Land Suitability. Land Degradation and Development.
Magliocca, NM., Vliet, J van., Brown, C., Evans, TP., Houet, T., Messerli, P., Messina, JP., Nicholas, KA., Ornetsmüller, C., Sagebiel, J., Schweizer, V., Verburg, PH., Yu, O. 2015. From meta-studies to modeling: Using synthesis knowledge to build broadly applicable process-based land change models. Environmental Modelling & Software 72:10-20.
Lin, S., DeVisser, MH., Messina. JP. 2015. An agent-based model to simulate tsetse fly distribution and control techniques: A case study in Nguruman, Kenya. Ecological Modelling 314, 80-89; doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.07.015.
Me-Nsope, N., & Larkins, M. (2016). Beyond crop production: Gender relations along the pigeon pea value chain and implications for income and food security in Malawi. Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security, 1(3).
Me-Nsope, N., & Larkins, M. (2016). Empowering Women for Food and Income Security: The Case of Pigeon Pea in Malawi. Gendered Perspectives on International Development: Working Papers, (308), 0_1.
Ortega, D.L., David Tschirley, 2015 (forthcoming) “Demand for Food Safety in Emerging and Developing Countries: A Research Agenda.” Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies.
Tschirley, D. L., Snyder, J., Dolislager, M., Reardon, T., Haggblade, S., Goeb, J., ... & Meyer, F. (2015). Africa's unfolding diet transformation: implications for agrifood system employment. Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies, 5(2), 102-136.
Messina, J.P. Suepa, T., Snapp, S., Olson, J.M., Nejadhashemi, A.P., Murray, S., Moore, N., Frake, A.N., Fan, P., and U. Adhikari. 2017. Food system resilience and sustainability in Cambodia. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research, 8:3 Note 4 (accepted pending revisions)
Smith, A., Snapp, S., Dimes, J., Gwenambira, C., & Chikowo, R. (2016). Doubled-up legume rotations improve soil fertility and maintain productivity under variable conditions in maize-based cropping systems in Malawi. Agricultural Systems, 145, 139-149.
Petersen, B. and S.S. Snapp. 2015. What is sustainable intensification: Views from experts. Land Use Policy 46:1-10 doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.02.002.