Wendy Jepson
Wendy Jepson
Texas A&M University, University Professor
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Land change in the Brazilian Savanna (Cerrado), 1986–2002: comparative analysis and implications for land-use policy
C Brannstrom, W Jepson, AM Filippi, D Redo, Z Xu, S Ganesh
Land use policy 25 (4), 579-595, 2008
3072008
A disappearing biome? Reconsidering land‐cover change in the Brazilian savanna
W Jepson
The Geographical Journal 171 (2), 99-111, 2005
2072005
Advancing human capabilities for water security: A relational approach
W Jepson, J Budds, L Eichelberger, L Harris, E Norman, K O'Reilly, ...
Water Security 1, 46-52, 2017
1232017
Access regimes and regional land change in the Brazilian Cerrado, 1972–2002
W Jepson, C Brannstrom, A Filippi
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (1), 87-111, 2010
1192010
Measuring ‘no-win’waterscapes: Experience-based scales and classification approaches to assess household water security in colonias on the US–Mexico border
W Jepson
Geoforum 51, 107-120, 2014
1172014
Producing a modern agricultural frontier: firms and cooperatives in Eastern Mato Grosso, Brazil
W Jepson
Economic Geography 82 (3), 289-316, 2006
1162006
“We Don’t Take the Pledge”: Environmentality and environmental skepticism at the epicenter of US wind energy development
W Jepson, C Brannstrom, N Persons
Geoforum 43 (4), 851-863, 2012
1062012
Progress in household water insecurity metrics: a cross‐disciplinary approach
WE Jepson, A Wutich, SM Colllins, GO Boateng, SL Young
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (3), 2017
952017
Social perspectives on wind-power development in West Texas
C Brannstrom, W Jepson, N Persons
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101 (4), 839-851, 2011
952011
Multitemporal, moderate-spatial-resolution remote sensing of modern agricultural production and land modification in the Brazilian Amazon
JC Brown, WE Jepson, JH Kastens, BD Wardlow, JM Lomas, KP Price
GIScience & Remote Sensing 44 (2), 117-148, 2007
952007
Private agricultural colonization on a Brazilian frontier, 1970–1980
W Jepson
Journal of Historical Geography 32 (4), 839-863, 2006
942006
Claiming space, claiming water: Contested legal geographies of water in South Texas
W Jepson
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (3), 614-631, 2012
792012
Household water insecurity in the Global North: a study of rural and periurban settlements on the Texas–Mexico Border
W Jepson, E Vandewalle
The Professional Geographer 68 (1), 66-81, 2016
572016
Advancing methods for research on household water insecurity: Studying entitlements and capabilities, socio-cultural dynamics, and political processes, institutions and governance
A Wutich, J Budds, L Eichelberger, J Geere, LM Harris, JA Horney, ...
Water security 2, 1-10, 2017
522017
Expansion of mechanized agriculture and land-cover change in southern Rond˘nia, Brazil
JC Brown, W Jepson, KP Price
Journal of Latin American Geography 3 (1), 96-102, 2004
512004
The Household Water InSecurity Experiences (HWISE) Scale: development and validation of a household water insecurity measure for low-income and middle-income countries
SL Young, GO Boateng, Z Jamaluddine, JD Miller, EA Frongillo, ...
BMJ Global Health 4 (5), e001750, 2019
502019
‘If no gasoline, no water’: privatizing drinking water quality in South Texas colonias
W Jepson, HL Brown
Environment and Planning A 46 (5), 1032-1048, 2014
472014
Globalization and Brazilian biosafety: the politics of scale over biotechnology governance
WE Jepson
Political Geography 21 (7), 905-925, 2002
432002
Development and validation protocol for an instrument to measure household water insecurity across cultures and ecologies: The Household Water InSecurity Experiences (HWISE) Scale
SL Young, SM Collins, GO Boateng, TB Neilands, Z Jamaluddine, ...
BMJ open 9 (1), e023558, 2019
412019
Spaces of labor activism, Mexican‐American women and the farm worker movement in South Texas since 1966
W Jepson
Antipode 37 (4), 679-702, 2005
342005
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