Role at Tyndall
Marisa is a Lecturer in Climate Change, researching and teaching on topics related to adaptation to environmental change and international development, water security and management of water resources, livelihoods and resilience.
Current research: climate change, human security and conflict; adaptation and resilience to climate change; water resource management institutions; impacts of climate change on human and water security in internationally shared river basins (River Nile and River Niger). Marisa's PhD: Livelihood diversification, social capital and resilience to climate variability amongst natural resource dependent societies in Uganda.
Goulden, M., Conway, D. (2013)
Adaptation to floods in the Nile Basin: A case study of the 1997/98 floods in the Upper White Nile UEA Repository (Chapter)
Goulden, M. C., Adger, W. N., Allison, E. H., Conway, D. (2013) Limits to resilience from livelihood diversification and social capital in lake social-ecological systems in Uganda Full Text UEA Repository (Article)
Further publications : https://www.uea.ac.uk/devresearch/impact?doAsUserId=frHNYbcz3ms%25252525...