Jennie Barron
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Managing water in rainfed agriculture—the need for a paradigm shift
J Rockström, L Karlberg, SP Wani, J Barron, N Hatibu, T Oweis, ...
Agricultural Water Management 97 (4), 543-550, 2010
6282010
Dry spell analysis and maize yields for two semi-arid locations in east Africa
J Barron, J Rockström, F Gichuki, N Hatibu
Agricultural and forest meteorology 117 (1-2), 23-37, 2003
4312003
Water productivity in rain-fed agriculture: challenges and opportunities for smallholder farmers in drought-prone tropical agroecosystems
J Rockström, J Barron, P Fox
Water productivity in agriculture: Limits and opportunities for improvement …, 2003
3842003
Conservation farming strategies in East and Southern Africa: Yields and rain water productivity from on-farm action research
J Rockström, P Kaumbutho, J Mwalley, AW Nzabi, M Temesgen, ...
Soil and tillage research 103 (1), 23-32, 2009
3502009
Rainwater management for increased productivity among small-holder farmers in drought prone environments
J Rockström, J Barron, P Fox
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 27 (11-22), 949-959, 2002
3132002
Managing water in rainfed agriculture
J Rockstrom, N Hatlbu, TY Owels, SP Wani
International Water Management Institute, 2007
2302007
Water productivity in rainfed systems: overview of challenges and analysis of opportunities in water scarcity prone savannahs
J Rockström, J Barron
Irrigation Science 25 (3), 299-311, 2007
2072007
Risk analysis and economic viability of water harvesting for supplemental irrigation in semi-arid Burkina Faso and Kenya
P Fox, J Rockström, J Barron
Agricultural systems 83 (3), 231-250, 2005
1742005
A social network approach to analyzing water governance: The case of the Mkindo catchment, Tanzania
C Stein, H Ernstson, J Barron
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 36 (14-15), 1085-1092, 2011
1492011
Water resilience for human prosperity
J Rockström, M Falkenmark, C Folke, M Lannerstad, J Barron, E Enfors, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2014
1432014
Assessing impacts of agricultural water interventions in the Kothapally watershed, Southern India
KK Garg, L Karlberg, J Barron, SP Wani, J Rockstrom
Hydrological Processes 26 (3), 387-404, 2012
1182012
Run-off water harvesting for dry spell mitigation in maize (Zea mays L.): results from on-farm research in semi-arid Kenya
J Barron, G Okwach
Agricultural water management 74 (1), 1-21, 2005
1172005
Seasonal rainfall partitioning under runon and runoff conditions on sandy soil in Niger. On-farm measurements and water balance modelling
J Rockström, PE Jansson, J Barron
Journal of Hydrology 210 (1-4), 68-92, 1998
991998
Water for wealth and food security: Supporting farmer-driven investments in agricultural water management. Synthesis report of the AgWater Solutions Project
M Giordano, C de Fraiture, E Weight, J van der Bliek
IWMI, 2012
942012
Dry spell mitigation to upgrade semi-arid rainfed agriculture: Water harvesting and soil nutrient management for smallholder maize cultivation in Machakos, Kenya
J Barron
Institutionen för systemekologi, 2004
832004
On‐farm spatial and temporal variability of soil and water in pearl millet cultivation
J Rockström, J Barron, J Brouwer, S Galle, A De Rouw
Soil Science Society of America Journal 63 (5), 1308-1319, 1999
791999
Rainwater harvesting: a lifeline for human well-being
J Barron
UNEP/Earthprint, 2009
742009
Ecosystems for water and food security
E Boelee, S Atapattu, J Barron, P Bindraban, SW Bunting, D Coates, ...
World Agroforestry Centre, Library Department Working Papers, 2011
652011
Yield and soil system changes from conservation tillage in dryland farming: A case study from North Eastern Tanzania
E Enfors, J Barron, H Makurira, J Rockström, S Tumbo
Agricultural Water Management 98 (11), 1687-1695, 2011
592011
Monitoring and evaluation of climate resilience for agricultural development–A review of currently available tools
S Douxchamps, L Debevec, M Giordano, J Barron
World Development Perspectives 5, 10-23, 2017
552017
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20