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Anthropological Center for Training and Research on Global Environmental Change

A Research Center of the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Indiana University Bloomington
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1994


No. 94-01
Moran, E.F., E.S. Brondizio, P. Mausel, and Y. Wu. 1994. Integrating Amazonian vegetation, land use, and satellite data. Bioscience 44(5):329-338.


No. 94-02
Moran, E.F., E.S. Brondizio, and P. Mausel. 1994. Secondary succession. Research and Exploration, 10(4):458-476.


No. 94-03
Brondizio, E.S., E.F. Moran, P., Mausel, and Y. Wu. 1994. Land-use change in the Amazon Estuary: Patterns of Caboclo settlement and landscape management. Human Ecology 22(3):249-278.


No. 94-04
Moran, E.F. 1994. The Law, Politics, and Economics of Amazonian Deforestation.  Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1(2):397-407.


No. 94-05
Li, Y, E.F. Moran, E.S. Brondizio, P. Mausel, and Y. Wu. 1994. Discrimination Between Advanced Secondary Succession and Mature Moist Forest Near Altamira, Brazil Using Landsat TM data.   Proceedings of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.  1994 annual meeting of ASPRS in Reno, NV.


No. 94-06
Brondizio, E. S., E.F. Moran, A.D.Siqueira, P. Mausel, Y. Wu, and Y. Li. 1994. Mapping Anthropogenic Forest: Using Remote Sensing in a Multi-level Approach to Estimate Production and Distribution of Managed Palm Forest in the Amazon Estuary.  Proceedings of the International Soc. for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.  Eco-Rio94. Rio de Janeiro.


No. 94-07
Mausel, P.; E.F. Moran and E. Brondizio. 1994. Discrimination between alfisols and oxisols in areas along the Transamazon Highway Using Landsat TM data.  Proceedings of the International Soc. for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.  Eco-Rio 94. Rio de Janeiro.