Samantha Dobbie
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A prioritized crop wild relative inventory to help underpin global food security
H Vincent, J Wiersema, S Kell, H Fielder, S Dobbie, ...
Biological conservation 167, 265-275, 2013
Agent-based modelling to assess community food security and sustainable livelihoods
S Dobbie, K Schreckenberg, J Dyke, M Schaafsma, S Balbi
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 21 (1), 1-23, 2018
Design of an Empirical Agent-Based Model to Explore Rural Household Food Security Within a Developing Country Context
S Dobbie, S Balbi
Advances in Social Simulation 2015, 81-94, 2017
The benefits of exotic food crops cultivated by small-scale growers in the UK
S Kell, A Rosenfeld, S Cunningham, S Dobbie, N Maxted
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33 (6), 569-584, 2018
The use of participatory methods & simulation tools to understand the complexity of rural food security
S Dobbie, J Dyke, K Shreckenberg
Sustainable Development Challenges in the Arab States of the Gulf, 2015
Simulating Household Decision Making in Rural Malawi; Empirical Characterisation of Agent Behaviour During Times of Drought Stress.
S Dobbie
University of Southampton, 2013
The potential of agent-based modeling as a tool to unravel the complexity of household food security: a case study of rural Southern Malawi
S Dobbie
University of Southampton, 2016
Field Manual for Participatory Data Collection on Biophysical Stock of Ecosystem Services
S Willcock, SL Dobbie, EL Green, A Nicholass, S van Eetvelt, OJ Wagstaff, ...
Quantitative Scenario Parameterisation for Ecosystem Service Research
S Willcock, S Dobbie
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