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‘We know our Terrain’: indigenous knowledge preferred to scientific systems of weather forecasting in the Delta State of Nigeria
EE Ebhuoma, DM Simatele
Climate and Development 11 (2), 112-123, 2019
302019
Defying the odds: Climate variability, asset adaptation and food security nexus in the Delta State of Nigeria
E Ebhuoma, D Simatele
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 21, 231-242, 2017
272017
Phenological cues intrinsic in indigenous knowledge systems for forecasting seasonal climate in the Delta State of Nigeria
JM Fitchett, E Ebhuoma
International journal of biometeorology 62 (6), 1115-1119, 2018
182018
Climate services and communication for development: The role of early career researchers in advancing the debate
FK Donkor, C Howarth, E Ebhuoma, M Daly, C Vaughan, L Pretorius, ...
Environmental Communication 13 (5), 561-566, 2019
172019
Towards a pro-community-based water resource management system in Northwest Cameroon: practical evidence and lessons of best practices
HB Tantoh, DM Simatele, E Ebhuoma, K Donkor, TJM McKay
GeoJournal 86 (2), 943-961, 2021
152021
Shifting the paradigm in community-based water resource management in North-West Cameroon: A search for an alternative management approach
HB Tantoh, MD Simatele, EE Ebhuoma
Community Development 51 (2), 172-191, 2020
152020
Climate services for development: the role of early career researchers in advancing the debate. Environ Commun 13 (5): 561–566
FK Donkor, C Howarth, E Ebhuoma, M Daly, C Vaughan, L Pretorius, ...
122019
Attitudinal changes towards agriculture through the generational lens and impact on engagement in related activities: Case study from a mountainous area
F Kwabena Donkor, M Kevin, EO BAA, HB Tantoh, E Ebhuoma, ...
Food Security and Land Use Change under Conditions of Climatic Variability…, 2020
102020
Subsistence farmers’ differential vulnerability to drought in Mpumalanga province, South Africa: Under the political ecology spotlight
EE Ebhuoma, FK Donkor, OO Ebhuoma, L Leonard, HB Tantoh
Cogent Social Sciences 6 (1), 1792155, 2020
92020
Asset vulnerability analytical framework and systems thinking as a twin methodology for highlighting factors that undermine efficient food production
MD Simatele, EE Ebhuoma, HB Tantoh, FK Donkor
Jmb: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 11 (1), 1-12, 2019
82019
Addressing the trilemma of educational trade-offs on Africa’s terrain for sustainable development
FK Donkor, BH Tantoh, E Ebhuoma, F Sylvi
CODESRIA 4, 29-31, 2018
82018
Social learning as vehicles for catalysing youthe
FK Donkor, HB Tantoh, E Ebhuoma
CODESRIA Bulletin, 18, 2017
82017
A framework for integrating scientific forecasts with indigenous systems of weather forecasting in southern Nigeria
EE Ebhuoma
Development in Practice 30 (4), 472-484, 2020
62020
Theorising indigenous farmers’ utilisation of climate services: lessons from the oil-rich Niger Delta. Sustainability 12 (18): 7349
EE Ebhuoma, MD Simatele, L Leonard, OE Osadolor, FK Donkor, ...
62020
Theorising indigenous farmers’ utilisation of climate services: Lessons from the oil-rich Niger Delta
EE Ebhuoma, MD Simatele, L Leonard, OO Ebhuoma, FK Donkor, ...
Sustainability 12 (18), 7349, 2020
42020
An operational framework for communicating flood warnings to indigenous farmers in southern Nigeria: A systems thinking analysis
E Ebhuoma, L Leonard
GeoJournal 86 (6), 2639-2656, 2021
32021
Limitations to sustainable resource management in the Global South: Evidence from the accommodation Industry
L O Idahosa, E E Ebhuoma
Tourism and hospitality management 26 (2), 337-358, 2020
32020
Communities at the centre of river basin management for sustainable development in Northwest Cameroon
HB Tantoh, D Simatele, E Ebhuoma, FK Donkor
Achievements and Challenges of Integrated River Basin Management, 2018
32018
‘The future looks empty’: embodied experiences of distress triggered by environmental and climatic changes in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
OO Ebhuoma, M Gebreslasie, EE Ebhuoma, L Leonard
GeoJournal, 1-17, 2021
12021
Why trivialising people’s culture can be catastrophic for the effective communication of extreme weather warnings: lessons from the Delta State of Nigeria
EE Ebhuoma
12018
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