Publications

JOURNAL ARTICLES
*Graduate or postdoctoral mentee

Salinas Castro*, V., R. Bilsborrow and C. Gray. (Accepted). Cambios socioeconómicos en el siglo XXI en poblaciones indígenas Amazónicas: Retos actuales. Estudios Demográficos y Urbanos.

Mueller, V., C. Gray, S. Handa and D. Seidenfeld. (Online early). Do social protection programs foster short-term and long-term migration adaptation strategies? Environment and Development Economics. [Link]

Mueller, V., G. Sheriff, X. Dou and C. Gray. (Online early). Temporary migration and climate variation in Eastern Africa. World Development. [Link]

Thiede, B., and C. Gray. (Online early). Characterizing the indigenous forest peoples of Latin America: Results from census data. World Development. [Link]

Call, M.*, C. Gray, and P. Jagger. (2019). Smallholder responses to climate anomalies in rural Uganda. World Development 115: 132–144. [Link]

Randell, H.*, and C. Gray. (2019). Climate change and educational attainment in the global tropics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (18): 8840-8845 [Link] [Coverage by Anthropocene Magazine and New Security Beat]

Sellers, S.*, and C. Gray. (2019). Climate shocks constrain human fertility in Indonesia. World Development 117: 357-369. [Link]

Mueller, V., and C. Gray. (2018). Heat and adult health in China. Population and Environment 40(1): 21–46. [Link] [Open access]

Bevis, L.*, J. Conrad, C. Barrett, and C. Gray. (2017). State-conditioned soil investment in rural Uganda. Research in Economics 71(2): 254–281 [Link] [Open access preprint]

Call, M.*, C. Gray, M. Emch and M. Ali. (2017). Disruption, not displacement: Environmental variability and temporary migration in Bangladesh. Global Environmental Change 46: 157–165. [Link]

Call, M.*^, T. Mayer*^, S. Sellers*^, D. Ebanks*^, M, Bertalan*^, E. Nebie*^, and C. Gray. (2017). Socio-environmental drivers of forest change in rural Uganda. Land Use Policy 62: 49–58. ^Authors contributed equally to this research. [Link] [Open access preprint] [Coverage by UNC CEE]

Davis, J.*, S. Sellers*, C. Gray, and R. Bilsborrow. (2017). Indigenous migration dynamics in the Ecuadorian Amazon: A longitudinal and hierarchical analysis. Journal of Development Studies 53(11): 1849-1864. [Link] [Open access]

Jennings, J., and C. Gray. (2017). Climate and marriage in the Netherlands, 1871-1937. Population and Environment 38:242–260. [Link] [Open access]

Thiede, B., and C. Gray. (2017). Heterogeneous climate effects on human migration in Indonesia. Population and Environment 39(2): 147-172 [Corrected version] [Open access]

Bozigar, M.*, C. Gray, and R. Bilsborrow. (2016). Oil extraction and indigenous livelihoods in the northern Ecuadorian Amazon. World Development 78: 125–135. [Link] [Open access]

Gray, C., and E. Wise. (2016). Country-specific effects of climate variability on human migration. Climatic Change 135(3): 555-568 [Link] [Open access] [Coverage by Climate Outreach]

Randell, H.*, and C. Gray. (2016). Climate variability and educational attainment: Evidence from rural Ethiopia. Global Environmental Change 41: 111–123. [Link] [Open access] [Coverage by National Geographic and Nature Climate Change]

Thiede, B., C. Gray, and V. Mueller. (2016). Climate variability and inter-provincial migration in South America, 1970-2011. Global Environmental Change 41: 228–240. [Link] [Coverage by IFPRI and New Security Beat]

Davis, J.*, R Bilsborrow, and C. Gray. (2015). Delayed fertility transition among indigenous women: A case study in the Ecuadorian Amazon. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 41(1):1–10. [Open access] [En español]

Gray, C., M. Bozigar*, and R. Bilsborrow. (2015). Declining use of wild resources by indigenous peoples of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Biological Conservation 182: 270–277. [Link] [Pubmed open access]

Jennings, J., and C. Gray. (2015). Climate variability and human migration in the Netherlands, 1865-1937. Population and Environment 36(3): 255-278. [Link] [Open access preprint]

Baird, T.*, and C. Gray. (2014). Livelihood diversification and shifting social networks of exchange: A social network transition? World Development 60: 14–30.  [Link] [Open access]

Fussell, E., L. Hunter., and C. Gray. (2014). Measuring the environmental dimensions of human migration: The demographer’s toolkit. Global Environmental Change 28: 182–191. [Link] [Pubmed open access]

Gray, C., and R. Bilsborrow. (2014). Consequences of out-migration for land use in rural Ecuador. Land Use Policy 36: 182–191. [Link] [Pubmed open access]

Gray, C., E. Frankenberg, T. Gillepsie, C. Sumantri and D. Thomas. (2014). Studying displacement after a disaster using large scale survey methods: Sumatra after the 2004 tsunami. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104(3): 594-612. [Link] [Pubmed open access] [Coverage by Development Impact]

Mueller, V., C. Gray, and K. Kosec . (2014). Heat stress increases long-term human migration in rural Pakistan. Nature Climate Change 4(3): 182-185 . [Link] [Pubmed open access] [Coverage by Simple ClimateScientific AmericanSciLogsSmithsonian Magazine and Wilson Quarterly]

Gray, C. and R. Bilsborrow. (2013). Environmental influences on human migration in rural Ecuador. Demography 50(4): 1217-1241. [Link] [Pubmed open access]

Gray, C., and V. Mueller. (2012). Natural disasters and population mobility in Bangladesh. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109(16): 6000-6005. [Open Access] [Commentary in Nature Climate Change]

Gray, C., and V. Mueller. (2012). Drought and population mobility in rural Ethiopia. World Development 40(1): 134–145. [Link]  [Pubmed open access]

Gray, C. (2011). Soil quality and human migration in Kenya and Uganda. Global Environmental Change 21: 421–430. [Link] [Pubmed open access]

Gray, C. (2010). Gender, natural capital and migration in the southern Ecuadorian Andes. Environment and Planning A 42(3): 678-696. [Link]

Lu, F., C. Gray, R. Bilsborrow, C. Mena, J. Bremner, A. Barbieri, C. Erlien, and S. Walsh. (2010). Contrasting colonist and indigenous impacts on Amazonian forests. Conservation Biology 24(3): 881-885. [Link] [Pubmed open access]

Gray, C. (2009). Environment, land and rural out-migration in the southern Ecuadorian Andes. World Development 37(2): 457-468. [Link]

Gray, C. (2009). Rural out-migration and smallholder agriculture in the southern Ecuadorian Andes. Population and Environment 30(4): 193-217. [Link]

Gray, C., R. Bilsborrow, J. Bremner, and F. Lu. (2008). Indigenous land use in the Ecuadorian Amazon: A cross-cultural and multilevel analysis. Human Ecology 36(1): 97-109. [Link]

Rindfuss, R., B. Entwisle, S. Walsh, C. Mena, C. Erlien, and C. Gray. (2007). Frontier land use: Synthesis, challenges, and next steps. The Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97(4): 739-754. [Link]

WORK IN PROGRESS
*Graduate or postdoctoral mentee

Call, M.*, and C. Gray. (2019). Is climate stress driving tropical depopulation? Population Association of America. Austin, TX, April 10-13. [Abstract]

Gray, C., D. Hopping*, V. Goel*, and Students of Geog 437*. (2019). Climatic influences on women’s health and mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa. Population Association of America. Austin, TX, April 10-13. [Abstract]

Mueller, V., C. Gray and J. Maystadt. (2019). The social consequences of environmental migration in Africa. Population Association of America. Austin, TX, April 10-13. [Abstract]

Munshi*, E., M. Call*, and C. Gray. (2019). Climate change and food security in Uganda. Population Association of America. Austin, TX, April 10-13. [Abstract]

Thiede, B., H. Randell*, and C. Gray. (2019). Climate change and lifetime migration in the global tropics. Population Association of America. Austin, TX, April 10-13. [Abstract]

Goel*, V., M. Hernandez*, L. Fouladbash*, S. Kandikuppa*, K. Schmidt*, and C. Gray. (2018). Does women’s empowerment reduce the negative effect of climate change on child health? Empirical evidence from households in India. Population Association of America. Denver, CO, April 26-28. [Abstract]

Gray, C., D. Hopping*, and V. Mueller. (2018). Changing climate-migration relationships over time in China. Population Association of America. Denver, CO, April 26-28. [Abstract]

Randell, H.*, C. Gray, and K. Grace. (2018). Climate change and multidimensional vulnerability to child undernutrition: Evidence from Ethiopia. Population Association of America. Denver, CO, April 26-28. [Abstract]

Call, M.*, and C. Gray. (2017). Environmental drivers of temporary and permanent migration in Uganda. Paper presented to the Population Association of America. Chicago, April 27-29. [Abstract]

Hopping, D.*, and C. Gray. (2017). Contextual influences on the climate-migration relationship: Evidence from India. Paper to be presented to the Population Association of America. Chicago, April 27-29. [Abstract]

Randell, H.*, and C. Gray. (2017). Livelihood adaptation to climate change in rural Ethiopia. Paper presented to the Association of American Geographers. Boston, April 5-9. [Abstract]

Thiede, B., and C. Gray. (2017). Climatic variability and early childhood malnutrition in Indonesia. Paper presented to the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Cape Town, October 29-November 4. [Abstract]

Gray, C., and R. Bilsborrow. (2016). Drivers of changing indigenous land use in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Paper presented to the Population Association of America. Washington DC, March 31-April 2. [Abstract]

Gray, C., M. Call*, R. Bilsborrow and M. Emch. (2016). Indigenous health in the Ecuadorian Amazon: A multilevel and longitudinal analysis. Paper presented to the Population Association of America. Washington DC, March 31-April 2. [Abstract]

Williams, N., and C. Gray. (2015). Temporal dimensions of weather shocks and migration. Paper presented to the Population Association of America. San Diego, April 30-May 2. [Abstract]