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Randell, H & A Curley. (2023) Dams and tribal land loss in the United States. Environmental Research Letters. 18: 094001. [Full text]

Reyes, C & H Randell. (2023) Household shocks and adolescent well-being in Peru. Population Research and Policy Review. 43(3): 44. [Link]

Lindstrom, D, H Randell, and T Belachew. (2022) The migration response to food insecurity and household shocks in southwestern Ethiopia. Published online ahead of print in International Migration Review. [Link]


Randell, H, C Gray, & E Shayo. (2022) Climatic conditions and household food security: Evidence from Tanzania. Food Policy. 112: Article 102362. [Link] [Full Text]


Randell, H. (2022) The challenges of dam-induced displacement: Reducing risks and rethinking hydropower. One Earth. 5(8): 849-852. [Link

Southard, E & H Randell. (2022) Climate change, agrarian distress, and the feminization of agriculture in South Asia. Rural Sociology. 87(3): 873-900. [Link] [Full text]

Thiede, B, H Randell, & C Gray. (2022) The childhood origins of climate-induced mobility and immobility. Population and Development Review. 48(3): 767-793. [Link] [Full text]

​Randell, H & P Klein. (2021) Hydropower development, collective action, and environmental justice in the Brazilian Amazon. Society & Natural Resources. 34(9): 1232-1249. [Link] [Full text]


Randell, H, C Jiang, X-Z Liang, R Murtugudde, & A Sapkota. (2021) Food insecurity and compound environmental shocks in Nepal: Implications for a changing climate. World Development. 145 [Link] [Full text]

Randell, H, K Grace, & M Bakhtsiyarava. (2021) Climatic conditions and infant care: Implications for child nutrition in rural Ethiopia. Population and Environment. 42(4): 524-552. [Link] [Full text]

Randell, H, C Gray, & K Grace. (2020) Stunted from the start: Early life weather and child undernutrition in Ethiopia. Social Science & Medicine. 261. [Link] [Full text]

Alexander, S, K Jones, N Bennett, A Budden, M Cox, M Crosas, E Game, J Geary, RD Hardy, J Johnson, S Karcher, N Motzer, J Pittman, H Randell, J Silva, P da Silva, C Strasser, C Strawhacker, A Stuhl, & N Weber. (2020) Qualitative data sharing and synthesis for sustainability science. Nature Sustainability. 3: 81-88. [Link]

Randell, H & C Gray. (2019) Climate change and educational attainment in the global tropics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116(18): 8840-8845. [Link] [Full text]

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Randell, H. (2018) The strength of near and distant ties: Social capital, environmental change, and migration in the Brazilian Amazon. Sociology of Development. 4(4): 396-416. [Link


Randell, H. (2017) Forced migration and changing livelihoods in the Brazilian Amazon. Rural Sociology. 82(3): 548-573. [Link] [Full text]

Randell, H & C Gray. (2016) Climate variability and educational attainment: Evidence from rural Ethiopia. Global Environmental Change. 41: 111-123. [Link] [Full text]

Randell, H. (2016) The short-term impacts of development-induced displacement on wealth and subjective well-being in the Brazilian Amazon. World Development. 87: 385-400. [Link] [Full text]


Randell, H. (2016) Structure and agency in development-induced forced migration: The case of Brazil’s Belo Monte Dam. Population and Environment. 37 (3): 265-287. [Link] [Full text]


Randell, H & L VanWey. (2014) Networks versus need: Drivers of urban out-migration in the Brazilian Amazon. Population Research and Policy Review. 33 (6): 915-936. [Link] [Full text]


Dickinson, K, H Randell, R Kramer, & E Shayo. (2012) Socioeconomic status and malaria-related outcomes in Mvomero District, Tanzania. Global Public Health. 7 (4): 384-399. [Link

Le Menach, A, AJ Tatem, JM Cohen, SI Hay, H Randell, AP Patil, & DL Smith. (2011) Travel risk, malaria importation and malaria transmission in Zanzibar. Scientific Reports. 1 (93). [Link] [Full text]


Randell, H, K Dickinson, E Shayo, L Mboera & R Kramer. (2010) Environmental management for malaria control: Knowledge and practices in Mvomero, Tanzania. EcoHealth. 7 (4): 507-516. [Link]


Pimentel, D, S Cooperstein, H Randell, D Filiberto, S Sorrentino, B Kaye, C Nicklin, J Yagi, J Brian, J O’Hern, A Habas, & C Weinstein. (2007) The ecology of increasing diseases: Population growth and environmental degradation. Human Ecology. 35 (6): 653-668. [Link]

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