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Exploring temporality in socio-ecological resilience through experiences of the 2015-16 El Niño across the Tropics

TitleExploring temporality in socio-ecological resilience through experiences of the 2015-16 El Niño across the Tropics
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsWhitfield S, Beauchamp E, Boyd DS, Burslem D, Byg A, Colledge F, Cutler MEJ, Didena M, Dougill A, Foody G, Godbold JA, Hazenbosch M, Hirons M, Speranza CI, Jew E, Lacambra C, Mkwambisi D, Moges A, Morel A
JournalGlobal Environmental Change - Human and Policy Dimensions
Volume55
Pagination1-14

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