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Garrard, Rodney (2011). Landscape dynamics in Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park, Nepal: Impacts on selected environmental services and adaptive capacities. MRI news - newsletter of the Mountain Research Initiative, 4(May), pp. 43-44. The Mountain Research Initiative c/o Institute of Geography, University of Bern

Garrard, Rodney (2011). Ein Blick auf die Anden: Betrachtungen zum Gletscherschwund und anderen Umweltveränderungen im Huascarán-Nationalpark,Cordillera Blanca, Peru. Bergauf - Das Magazin des Österreichischen Alpenvereins, 4/2011, pp. 28-30.


Garrard, Rodney; Carey, Mark (2017). Beyond Images of Melting Ice: Hidden Stories of People, Place, and Time in Repeat Photography of Glaciers. In: Bear, Jordan; Palmer Albers, Kate (eds.) Before-and-After Photography: Histories and Contexts (pp. 101-122). London: Bloomsbury Academic

Garrard, Rodney; Kohler, Thomas; Price, F. M.; Byers, A.C.; Sherpa, A.R.; Maharjan, G.M. (2016). Land use and land cover change in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Himalayas of Eastern Nepal. Mountain Research and Development, 36(3), pp. 299-310. International Mountain Society 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-15-00005.1

Garrard, Rodney; Kohler, Thomas; Wiesmann, Urs; Price, Martin F.; Byers, Alton C.; Sherpa, Ang Rita (2012). Depicting community perspectives: repeat photography and participatory research as tools for assessing environmental services in Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal. Eco.mont - journal on protected mountain areas research, 4(2), pp. 21-31. Wien: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press 10.1553/eco.mont-4-2s21

Garrard, Rodney (2012). The effects of climate change on people in the Andes: melting glaciers means drought, tension and conflict for Peru’s mountain people in and around Huascarán National Park. Eco.mont - journal on protected mountain areas research, 4(1), pp. 35-40. Austrian Academy of Sciences Press

Garrard, Rodney (2010). NZ'ers and Everest: why we are drawn to the top of the world. The New Zealand Alpine Club Journal, pp. 102-105.

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