Research outputs

Refereed Articles:

Duncan, J.M.A., Boruff, B., Biggs, E.M., Haworth, B.T., Wales, N. & Bruce, E. (2021). Do integrated landscape approaches moderate climate impacts on livelihoods? A review of the evidence from agricultural landscapes. Regional Environmental Change, 21, 25. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-021-01754-6

Huck, J.J., Perkins, C., Haworth, B.T., Moro, E. & Nirmalan, M. (2021). Centaur VGI: hybrid human-machine mapping for humanitarian applications. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 111(1): 231-251. https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2020.1768822

Vogel, B., Arthur, C., Lepp, E., O’Driscoll, D. & Haworth, B.T. (2020). Reading socio-political and spatial dynamics through graffiti in conflict-affected societies. Third World Quarterly, 41(12): 2148-2168. https://doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2020.1810009

Walkling, B. & Haworth, B.T. (2020). Flood Risk Perceptions and Coping Capacities among the Retired Population, with implications for risk communication: a study of residents in a north Wales coastal town, UK. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 51: 101793. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101793

Duncan, J.M.A., Haworth, B.T., Boruff, B., Wales, N., Biggs, E. & Bruce, E. (2020). Managing multifunctional landscapes: local insights from a Pacific Island Country context. Journal of Environmental Management, 260: 109692. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2019.109692

Haworth, B.T., Biggs, E., Duncan, J., Wales, N., Boruff, B., & Bruce, E. (2018). Geographic information and communication technologies for supporting smallholder agriculture and climate resilience. Climate, 6(4): 97. Article available online (open access).

Haworth, B.T., Bruce, E., Whittaker, J. & Read, R. (2018). The good, the bad, and the uncertain: Contributions of volunteered geographic information to community disaster resilience. Frontiers in Earth Science, 6: 183. Article available online (open access).

Haworth, B.T. (2018). Implications of volunteered geographic information for disaster management and GIScience: A more complex world of volunteered geography. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 108(1): 226-240. Article available online.

Haworth, B., Whittaker, J. & Bruce, E. (2016). Assessing the application and value of participatory mapping for community bushfire preparation. Applied Geography, 76: 115-127. Article available online.

Haworth, B. (2016). Emergency management perspectives on volunteered geographic information: Opportunities, challenges and change. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 57: 189-198. Article available online.

Biggs, EM., Bruce, E., Boruff, B., Duncan, JMA., Horsley, J., Pauli, N., McNeill, K., Neef, A., Van Ogtrop, F., Curnow, J., Haworth, B., Duce, S. & Imanari, Y. (2015). Sustainable development and the water-energy-food nexus: a perspective on livelihoods. Environmental Science & Policy, 54: 389-397. Download Pdf: Biggs 2015_ELS

Haworth, B., Bruce, E. & Middleton, P. (2015). Emerging technologies for risk reduction: assessing the potential use of social media and VGI for increasing community engagement in bushfire preparation. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 30(3): 36-41. Download Pdf: Haworth_AJEM_2015

Haworth, B. & Bruce, E. (2015). A review of volunteered geographic information for disaster management. Geography Compass, 9(5): 237-250. (Summary blog post).

Haworth, B., Bruce, E. & Iveson, K. (2013). Spatio-temporal analysis of graffiti occurrence in an inner-city urban environment. Applied Geography, 38: 53-63. (Related blog post).

Book Chapters (peer reviewed)

Fast, V. & Haworth, B.T. (2020) Citizen Science. In Kobayashi, A. (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography, 2e (invited). Elsevier. Pp. 209-214. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102295-5.10601-8

Reports and Policy Documents:

Cassal, L., Haworth, B.T. & Muniz, T. (2021). Aprendendo com experiências de pessoas LGBTI+ durante a Covid-19 em SP e RJ (relatório para política pública). HCRI Policy Brief Series. https://www.hcri.manchester.ac.uk/research/publications/policy-brief-series/lgbtiq-covid-experiences/lgbtiq-covid-experiences-brazil/.
Download Pdf: lgbtiq_covid_br_policybrief_final

Haworth, B.T. (2021). Learning from LGBTIQ+ experiences of COVID-19 in the UK for future crises: Considerations for policymakers and practitioners. The Manchester Briefing, issue 31. https://tinyurl.com/wn57a4jr

Haworth, B.T. (2021). Learning from the UK’s LGBTIQ+ experiences of COVID-19 for future crises. HCRI Policy Brief Series, 01/21. https://www.hcri.manchester.ac.uk/research/publications/policy-brief-series/lgbtiq-covid-experiences/.
Download Pdf: lgbtiq_covid_uk_hcripolicybrief_2021

Biggs, EM., Boruff, B., Bruce, E., Duncan, JMA., Haworth, B., Duce, S., Horsley, J., Curnow, J., Neef, A., McNeill, K., Pauli, N., Van Ogtrop, F. & Imanari, Y. (2014). Environmental Livelihood Security in South-East Asia and Oceania: a nexus-livelihoods approach for spatially assessing change. IWMI White Paper, International Water Management Institute, Colombo. Download Pdf: WHITE PAPER_IWMI

Haworth, B., (2014). Volunteered Geographic Information, Community Engagement and Bushfire Preparation in Tasmania: Field study preliminary results. Report compiled for the Tasmania Fire Service, June 2014.

Theses:

Haworth, B. (2016). Assessing the potential, application, and implications of volunteered geographic information in disaster risk reduction. PhD thesis. School of Geosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Sydney. Download Pdf here: haworth_bt_thesis_2016.

Haworth, B. (2010). Graffiti and urban space: A GIS approach. Master of Applied Science (Spatial Information Science) thesis. School of Geosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Sydney.

Wider engagement pieces:

Cassal, L., Haworth, B.T. (2021, July). LGBTIQ+ people in Brazil left to support themselves during COVID-19: vulnerabilities, coping strategies, and recommendations for more inclusive crisis policies. Policy@Manchester. https://tinyurl.com/etzm7y9s; Portuguese version: https://tinyurl.com/exfwsjwe

Haworth, B.T. (2021, March). LGBTIQ+ experiences of COVID-19 in the UK and the need for more inclusive crisis policies. Policy@Manchester. https://tinyurl.com/d3xut95c

Haworth, B.T., Arthur, C. & Lepp, E. (2019, July). Graffiti in Cyprus paints a rich and complex picture of this divided society. The Conversation. https://tinyurl.com/7wjy7z75

Haworth, B.T., Eriksen, C. & McKinnon, S. (2019, May). Online tools can help people in disasters, but do they represent anyone? The Conversation. https://tinyurl.com/aa6byuw

Creative outputs

Animation / research explainer video (2021): LGBTIQ+ experiences of COVID-19 and the need for more inclusive crisis responses. University of Manchester / The Story communications. To be released October 2021.

Digital photo exhibition (2020): “Your wall can(not) divide us”: Street art in conflict-affected societies. Esri Story Map. https://tinyurl.com/jh6ftpx2

Invited Talks:

Haworth, B.T. (2021). Invited keynote at Inter-Engineering REENG Pride event: LGBTIQ+ Experiences of Gender and Sexual Minorities during Crisis (online), 3 June.

Haworth, B.T. (2021). Learning from LGBTIQ+ experiences of COVID-19 in the UK for future crises: Considerations for policymakers and practitioners. Invited presentation for Voluntary and Community Sector Emergencies Partnership (VCSEP) network meeting, April.

Haworth, B.T. & de Paula Muniz, T. (2020). LGBTIQ+ experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic: a comparative study of vulnerabilities and coping strategies in the UK and Brazil. HCRI Covid-19 book event (online), University of Manchester, September 2020.

Haworth, B.T. (2019). Queer experiences of disasters, intersectionality and the spatial dimension: a working proposal. ACCESS seminar series, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, April.

Haworth, B.T. (2019). Invited contribution (funded) to pre-ISA workshop on Participatory Numbers, Everyday Peace Indicators project – Toronto, CA, March.

Haworth, B. (2017). Invited panelist for session on “The PhD journey” at the BNHCRC Research Advisory Forum, Perth, WA. April 2017.

Haworth, B. (2016). Assessing the potential, application, and implications of volunteered geographic information in disaster risk reduction. Seminar presentation for SSSI event at the University of Western Australia, Perth, WA. June 2016.

Haworth, B. (2015). Volunteered geographic information (VGI) for community engagement in bushfire preparedness. BNHCRC Sustainable Volunteering annual workshop, RMIT, Melbourne, November 2015. A Story Map of the presentation.

Haworth, B. (2015). Three minute thesis. AFAC/BNHCRC annual conference, ‘New Directions in Emergency Management,’ Adelaide, September 2015. Download slide: Haworth_3MT_AFAC 2015

Haworth, B. (2015). “Flooding Facebook” and “Tweeting up a storm”: a review of volunteered geographic information for disaster management. Seminar given at the Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC. April 2015.

Haworth, B. (2015). Three minute thesis. BNHCRC Research Advisory Forum, NSW Rural Fire Service headquarters, Sydney, April 2015. Download slide: Haworth_3MT_RAF 2015

Haworth, B. (2014). Volunteered geographic information, community engagement and bushfire preparation in Tasmania. Non-traditional volunteering Annual Project Workshop, RMIT, Melbourne, October 2014.

Duce, S., Haworth, B., Duncan, J.M. & Horsely, J. (2014). Environmental livelihood security in the Asia-Pacific region: A nexus approach. Presentation given at Worldwide Universities Network project workshop, Perth, June 2014.

Haworth, B. (2014). Invited panelist for discussion session on ‘Social Media Issues’. Emergency Management and Public Affairs (EMPA) annual conference, ‘Collaboration in Communication’, Canberra, June 2014.

Presented Papers:

Haworth, B.T. (2021). Learning from LGBTQIA+ experiences of COVID-19 for more inclusive disaster risk reduction policy and practice. In virtual forum on disasters and gender and sexual minorities, United Nations European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction, Matosinhos, Portugal and online, November.

Cassal, L. & Haworth, B.T. (2021). LGBTIQ+ people in Brazil left to support themselves during COVID-19: vulnerabilities, coping strategies, and recommendations for more inclusive crisis policies. IX Oxbridge Conference on Brazilian Studies (online), Cambridge University and Oxford University, October.

Arthur, C. & Haworth, B.T. (2019). Reading social realities through graffiti and street art in conflict-affected societies. Advancing Peace Geographies conference, Coventry, July.

Haworth, B., Whittaker, J. & Bruce, E. (2016). Using participatory mapping to harness local knowledge and increase community connectedness in bushfire preparation. AFAC/BNHCRC annual conference, ‘Mitigation, Response, Recovery: Getting the Balance Right,’ Brisbane, August 2016.

Haworth, B., Whittaker, J. & Bruce, E. (2016). Volunteered geographic information (VGI) and disaster risk reduction: The application of participatory mapping in community bushfire preparation. Geospatial information for monitoring socio-environmental risk, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Adelaide, June 2016.

Bruce, E., Sheehan, S., Haworth, B. & Blewitt, M. (2015). Geographic citizen science in marine management: opportunities and research challenges for integrating Earth Observation data and in-situ volunteer observations. Earth Observation Science 2.0 conference, Frascati, Italy, October 2015.

Haworth, B. (2015). Engaging Communities in Disaster Risk Reduction through Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI): a case study of bushfires (wildfires) in Tasmania, Australia. Association of American Geographers annual meeting, Chicago, IL. April 2015.

Haworth, B. and Bruce, E. (2014). Volunteered Geographic Information, community engagement and bushfire preparation in Tasmania: a preliminary study. Geographies of natural hazards and disasters in the Australia – Pacific region, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Melbourne, July 2014.

Biggs, E., Boruff, B., Bruce, E., Duncan, J., Horsley, J., Duce, S., Haworth, B., Pauli, N., Clifton, J., McNeill, K., Neef, A., Van Ogtrop, F., Murphy, R. & Tompkins, E. (2014). Environmental livelihood security: sustainable livelihoods and the environment nexus. Sustainable Livelihoods and the Environment Nexus, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Melbourne, July 2014.

Haworth, B. (2014). Social media and information communication during natural disaster events. GeoNext Location Matters Conference, Sydney, February 2014.

Haworth, B., Bruce, E. and Iveson, K. (2011). Graffiti and urban space: a GIS approach. Encountering spatial technologies: geographic information technologies for cultural research, Institute of Australian Geographers conference, Wollongong, Australia, July 2011.

Conference Posters:

Haworth, B., Biggs, E., Duncan, J., Wales, N., Boruff, B. & Bruce, E. (2019). Geographic information and communication technologies for supporting smallholder agriculture (conference poster). GI_Forum/AGIT 2019, Salzburg, Austria, July. Available at https://agitposters2019.blogspot.com/2019/06/19-geographic-information-and.html

Haworth, B., Biggs, E., Duncan, J., Wales, N., Boruff, B. & Bruce, E. (2018). Geographic information and communication technologies for supporting smallholder agriculture (conference poster). AGILE 2018, 21st conference on geo-information science, June 2018, Lund, Sweden. Download Pdf: AGILE_poster_Final_June2018

Haworth, B., Bruce, E. & Whittaker, J. (2018). Contributions of volunteered geographic information (VGI) to community disaster resilience: The good, the bad, and the uncertain (conference poster). 26th GIScience Research UK Conference, April 2018, University of Leicester. Download Pdf: Haworth et al_GISRUK2018_poster

Haworth, B., Bruce, E. & Whittaker, J. (2017). Contributions of digital volunteering to community disaster resilience (conference poster). BNHCRC Showcase 2017, ‘Research driving change,’ Adelaide, July 2017. And AFAC/BNHCRC annual conference, Sydney, September 2017. Download Pdf: 79._billy_haworth

Haworth, B., Whittaker, J. & Bruce, E. (2016). Using participatory mapping to increase community engagement in bushfire preparation (conference poster). AFAC/BNHCRC annual conference, ‘Mitigation, Response, Recovery: Getting the Balance Right,’ Brisbane, August 2016. Download Pdf: HAWORTH_2016 RAF_AFAC_poster

Haworth, B. (2015). Power to the people: The implications of volunteered geographic information for official emergency management (conference poster). AFAC/BNHCRC annual conference, ‘New Directions in Emergency Management,’ Adelaide, September 2015. Download Pdf: B.Haworth_BNHCRC-AFAC Poster-2015_Final

Haworth, B. (2015). Spatio-temporal analysis of graffiti in an inner-city urban environment (Esri Young Scholar conference poster). Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, July 2015.

Haworth, B., Bruce, E. and Whittaker, J. (2014). Non-traditional Volunteering: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) and bushfire preparation (conference poster), AFAC/BNHCRC annual conference, ‘After Disaster Strikes: Learning from Adversity,’ Wellington, New Zealand, September 2014. Download Pdf: haworth_AFAC 2014

Departmental Presentations:

Haworth, B.T. (2020). Invited chair and speaker for University of Manchester event marking Pride month and the need for LGBTIQ+ inclusion. University of Manchester, UK, June.

Haworth, B.T. (2019). Pecha Kucha presentation on my research. HCRI, University of Manchester, UK, February.

Haworth, B. (2018). Volunteered geographic information (VGI) and community disaster resilience: The good, the bad, and the uncertain. HCRI Research Seminar Series, University of Manchester, UK. April 2018.

Haworth, B. (2016). Assessing the potential, application, and implications of volunteered geographic information in disaster risk reduction. ‘Thinking Space’ seminar series, School of Geosciences, University of Sydney, June 2016. A recording of the presentation is available here: Seminar presentation on PhD research

Haworth, B. (2014). Crowdsourcing geographic information: VGI, citizen science, and community engagement in bushfire preparation. ‘Thinking Space’ seminar series, School of Geosciences, University of Sydney, October 2014.

Haworth, B. (2013). Three minute thesis. ‘Thinking Space’ seminar series, School of Geosciences, University of Sydney, November 2013.

Organised or chaired seminars / conference panels / workshops:

2021
Haworth, B.T. (organiser, chair, and speaker). Public research seminar/panel: ‘Navigating crisis from the margins: LGBTQIA+ vulnerability and resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic. Research and stories from the UK and Brazil.’ University of Manchester, 2 December 2021. Speakers: Billy Tusker Haworth (Manchester), Luan Cassal (Manchester), Mariah Rafaela Silva (Fluminense Federal University and Grupo Conexão G), Jack Lopez (Bradford).

Haworth, B.T. (co-organiser with Cassal, L.). Public research seminar/panel (in Portuguese): ‘Navegando na crise pelas margens: vulnerabilidade e resiliência LGBTQIA + durante a pandemia de Covid-19.’ University of Manchester, 4 November 2021. Speakers: Luan Cassal (Manchester), Gilmara Cunha (Grupo Conexão G), Amana Mattos (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Thiago Ranniery (UFRJ).

Haworth, B.T. (chair; co-organiser with Vogel, B.). Public research event: ‘Bombing Walls: Perspectives on the functions of graffiti and street art in conflict-affected spaces.’ HCRI Seminar Series, 4 March 2021. Speakers: Eric Lepp (Waterloo), Lydia Cole (Durham), Dina Yunis (King’s College London).

2020
Haworth, B.T., Vogel, B. & Lepp, E. (session conveners). ‘Reading spaces of peace and conflict through public visual arts.’ Royal Geographic Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference, London, 1-4 September 2020 (cancelled/postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19).

Pauli, N., Biggs, E., Föllmer, J. & Haworth, B.T. (session conveners). ‘Participatory mapping for biodiverse, culturally inclusive and sustainable landscapes.’ EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 3-8 May 2020.

2019
Haworth, B.T., Arthur, E., Lepp, E. & Vogel, B. (workshop conveners). Graffiti workshop: space, peace & conflict, and interdisciplinary approaches (workshop with internal and national and international external participants), HCRI, University of Manchester, 28 May 2019.