Sadia Evelyn Ahmed is a Postdoctoral Researcher with Microsoft Research Cambridge. She acquired a PhD in Modelling road network development from the Department of Biology at Imperial College London, where she also acquired a Masters in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation, and an honours degree in Biology. She is interested in anthropogenic environmental change and the effects these changes have on biodiversity and ecosystems. Her current work focuses on modelling infrastructure development in the Amazon rainforest and land use trade-offs.
- Sadia E. Ahmed, The Ecological Implication of Roads, no. MSR-TR-2014-120, September 2014
- Isabel M. Rosa, Sadia E. Ahmed, and Robert M. Ewers, The transparency, reliability and utility of tropical rainforest land-use and land-cover change models, in Global change biology, Wiley, April 2014
- Sadia E. Ahmed, Robert M. Ewers, and Matthew J. Smith, Large scale spatiotemporal patterns of road development in the Amazon rainforest, in Environmental Conservation, October 2013
- Sadia E Ahmed, Carlos M Souza, J Riberio, and Rob M Ewers, Temporal patterns of road network development in the Brazilian Amazon, in Regional Environmental Change, vol. 13, pp. 927-937, Springer, October 2013