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The potential of agent-based modeling as a tool to unravel the complexity of household food security: a case study of rural Southern Malawi

The potential of agent-based modeling as a tool to unravel the complexity of household food security: a case study of rural Southern Malawi
The potential of agent-based modeling as a tool to unravel the complexity of household food security: a case study of rural Southern Malawi
University of Southampton
Dobbie, Samantha, Louise
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Dobbie, Samantha, Louise
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Schreckenberg, Kathrin
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Dobbie, Samantha, Louise (2016) The potential of agent-based modeling as a tool to unravel the complexity of household food security: a case study of rural Southern Malawi. University of Southampton, Doctoral Thesis, 213pp.

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Published date: September 2016

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Local EPrints ID: 412710
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/412710
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Author: Samantha, Louise Dobbie
Thesis advisor: Kathrin Schreckenberg

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