PUBLICATIONS

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]

  • Covered in Phys.org

  • I wrote a related blog post for the Woodrow Wilson Center's New Security Beat blog

 

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]